The Blacklist (2013– )
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Anslo Garrick (No. 16): Conclusion 

Red is kidnapped by terrorist Anslo Garrick. Will Elizabeth find him? What other secrets will be unveiled?

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Raymond 'Red' Reddington
... Elizabeth Keen
... Donald Ressler
... Tom Keen
... Meera Malik
... Harold Cooper
... Alan Fitch
... Anslo Garrick
... Dembe Zuma
... Aram Mojtabai
... Mr. Kaplan
Graeme Malcolm ... Man with the Apple
... Audrey Bidwell
... Diane Fowler
... Male EMT
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Red is kidnapped by terrorist Anslo Garrick. Will Elizabeth find him? What other secrets will be unveiled?

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Trivia

The actor playing Red's (James Spader) chief of security Baz, Baz, also happens to be a former CIA officer and veteran US Marine who founded an NGO which rescues kidnapped Children in the sex slave trade. See more »

Goofs

When Liz picks up the glove off the street and walks towards the camera one can clearly hear her footsteps of hard-soled shoes, yet she was supposed to be barefoot. See more »

Quotes

Diane Fowler: [Red has escaped from Garrick and is on the lam] As of this moment, the only target on the Blacklist is Raymond Reddington.
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Connections

References Frozen (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Pendulum
(uncredited)
Written by Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard
Produced by Brendan O'Brien
Performed by Pearl Jam
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this series rapidly becoming a milestone
30 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

First the review -- superb, this 2-parter, top to bottom, is in many ways as good as most of the "spy" feature films done in the 90s. Which is either a great compliment for this series or severe trash-talk for Hollywood in the 90s.

But there is a larger picture, especially since all the gurus and sages (this written Dec 2014) are now saying that network TV as we know has maybe another 10 years left before it completely implodes and is taken over by streaming content.

Something really interesting happened to "network TV" around the approximate time of BREAKING BAD. It is as if someone took all the traditional plot arcs .. and burned them. And then replaced them with some really interesting new ways to tell a story and maintain viewer interest at the same time.

Which is not to say that everything that is being produced today is a jewel; far from it. But doesn't it seem like just yesterday when the best a TV producer could do was try to remake Hawaii 5-0 or the Six Million Dollar Man...? In my view one of the three best shows currently in production as this review is written. (The other two are PERSON OF INTEREST and BANSHEE).


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