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The Freelancer (No. 145) 

Red predicts an impending catastrophe rooted by the work of an assassin called "The Freelancer." Together Liz and Red go undercover to prevent his next target, Floriana Campo, from being ... See full summary »

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Donald Ressler
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Tom Keen
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Meera Malik
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Harold Cooper
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Waiter
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Dembe Zuma
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Luli Zeng
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Floriana Campo
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Diane Fowler
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Anya Kedrov
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Montreal Waitress
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Red predicts an impending catastrophe rooted by the work of an assassin called "The Freelancer." Together Liz and Red go undercover to prevent his next target, Floriana Campo, from being killed. Elsewhere, Ressler and newly re-hired CIA agent, Meera Malik, who's been added to Red's private security detail, keep an eye on them from a distance. Meanwhile Liz considers what she should do next concerning Tom and the mysterious box she found hidden under the floorboards. Written by NBC

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Trivia

Nina Simone's "Sinner Man" plays in the Montreal restaurant scene, with clear references to the scene in The Thomas Crown Affair (1999) where Pierce Brosnan 's character sets off the fire alarm. See more »

Goofs

During the overhead shot of the ship the FBI held Red on, the ship can be seen to be flying an Australian flag rather than an American one. See more »

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Raymond 'Red' Reddington: Where is that woman with the mushroom puffs ?
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References The Thomas Crown Affair (1999) See more »

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Sympathy for the Devil
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Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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Beautifully Written, Beautifully Acted and Beautifully Structured
1 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Wow. What an absolutely great episode. This series is really finally a new show that shows great promise for an excellent future. This episode and the last were so well written, acted and structured, showing intense moments and at the same time emotional moments.

I love a show with good music, I mean, who doesn't. This show's music is really very good. Very catchy and always fits the moment.

The acting is incredible, especially James Spader, who, I think, will be Emmy worthy. I guess we'll see next year.

Finally, the structure. This episode was very well structured and I could easily understand all stages of the plot. Many TV shows contain very poor structuring and therefore I cannot understand the main point of the plot.

Overall: 10/10 for an intense and surprisingly good episode!


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