Iram is taken from his own shower right in front of his girlfriend, (the criminal). Dembe did it! Red thanks Iram is safe because Dembe would not harm him. Red thinks the kidnapping is a clue. He has been searching for Dembe to no avail, because of the poison Dembe gave him. Elsewhere, a body is dragged into a remote grave. The mastermind, Dr. Gallop, covers herself with honey and then calls for the bees to dine. She has a victims list. Dr. Gallop's next victim is an art forger. Red finds the forger, and saves him from the killer. Information comes forth. Dembe asks Iram for help. Iram breaks a secret code for Dembe, who barely gets away from Ressler. Red follows his leads to Dembe, at Mr. Kaplan's grave. Dembe starts to explain but is shot by Mr. Crossbow, Kate Kaplan's protector. Red saves Dembe and catches the man. "Tell me where she is or I'll kill you". Instead Mr. Crossbow blows up his whole house; Red and Denbe barely escape. Now, Mr. Kaplan knows, that Red knows, she is alive!
Did You Know?
Dembe has a very low number (10) on the Blacklist. The Blacklist as described by Reddington in The Blacklist: Pilot
(2013) is comprised of criminals he knew about but that the FBI either did not know about or were unable to capture. In Reddingtion's words, he'd been cultivating a list for over twenty years that contained politicians, mobsters, hackers, and spies. While the general impression early on was the list was only criminals he would pursue, the list was not exclusive to only criminals Reddington would turn in. The list also contained friendlies such as number 10 Dembe here, number 4 Mr. Kaplan in The Blacklist: Mr. Kaplan (No. 4)
(2017), and number 7 Tom Keen in The Blacklist: Tom Keen (No. 7)
(2015). All of them had very low numbers. See more
Dembe, a very capable fighter, is shot in the leg by the crossbow. He manages to transfer the bolt to the hunter, but then instead of finishing him off or at least taking the crossbow, he just runs away. See more
Oh, my God. Don't do that.