When a man is found with his heart cut out, Agents Keen and Ressler team up with agent Samar Navabi to uncover the intricacies of Dr. Covington's black-market operation. Meanwhile, Red and his associate try to capitalize on a new opportunity in Indonesia, leaving Reddington in a vulnerable position.
Did You Know?
The "Five-seven" handgun Vargas (Paul Reubens
) speaks of is a product of FN Herstal of Belgium. By 2009, the Five-seven was in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations throughout the world. In 2009, the Military of Libya purchased 367 Five-seven pistols from FN Herstal, along with various other FN weapons, in a controversial sale valued at 11.5 million euros (US $15.8 million). In the United States, the Five-seven is currently used by over 300 law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service. The name of the gun refers to the caliber, 5.7 mm (.224 inch), which is far smaller than normal handgun rounds such as the 9 mm (.355 inch), 38/.357 (9 mm), 10mm (.393 inch), or .45 (11.4 mm). By virtue of the smaller diameter ammunition, the gun holds far more rounds (20) than most handguns. A 45 caliber model 1911 for example has a magazine capacity of 7 rounds. See more
Raymond 'Red' Reddington
[Looking at a business card
Mr. Vargas. Sounds like some shady character in a Humphrey Bogart film. I like him already.
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