After Tom confronts Liz about the box - he claims he's innocent and insists that they turn it into the FBI so his name can be cleared. Elsewhere, Red informs Liz and the FBI that the next name on the Blacklist is beautiful and deadly corporate terrorist, Gina Zanetakos. Written by
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The painting that Reddington sells over the phone is "The Storm on the Sea of Galilee" by Rembrandt. The painting was stolen from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as part of a $500 million dollar art heist in 1990. See more
Reddington tells Ruddiger that "Yuri talks faster than a cheerleader after a nooner under the grandstands." He then refers to that phrase as a metaphor when it is, in fact, a simile. See more
Raymond 'Red' Reddington
You've obviously heard of corporate espionage - companies trying to beat other companies to be the first hand on the dollar. But what if it were taken... a few steps further? In 1982, seven people in Chicago were killed by an over-the-counter drug laced with potassium cyanide. The company's market share went from 35 to 8. It was never determined how the drug was poisoned, but I will tell you someone was hired to do that. Remember those tire recalls? Chernobyl? Deliberate and malevolent actions ...
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