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The Judge (No. 57) 

Red investigates Jolene's life; Liz and Ressler go after a criminal known as The Judge, who incarcerates the ones that put innocent men away.

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Jolene Parker
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Red investigates Jolene's life; Liz and Ressler go after a criminal known as The Judge, who incarcerates the ones that put innocent men away.

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Ressler states that Andrews Air Force Base is in Virginia, when in fact, it is in Camp Springs, Maryland. See more »

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Raymond 'Red' Reddington: Think of him as a prisoner's Court of Last Resort. When your legal appeals have all been exhausted and there is no hope left, you can make one last plea to The Judge.
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Change in tone, chess pieces moving slowly
13 January 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Watching this episode I made some notes:

* the King is the most important chess piece but he only moves one square at a time. In this episode, which has a little less edge than we have seen so far, you know the writers are planning a larger move, and somehow that seems more important that the events of the story

* Spader has already shown himself to be a film actor giving an acting clinic to his TV ensemble cast. The highlight of this episode is Diane Weist, yet another film alumnus. She doesn't get a lot of air time but what they give her she makes the most of. There is one bit of dialog where, in her delivery, she actually raises her voice. "If you did your job .... then I wouldn't have to do mine." Brings back memories of the great TV dramas of the 1950s where they borrowed actors directly from Broadway Solid.


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