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We close up shop on the Season 6 finale #15 Robert Diaz as well as give our thoughts on Season 6 as a whole on this episode of The Blacklist Exposed.
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We close up shop on the Season 6 finale #15 Robert Diaz as well as give our thoughts on Season 6 as a whole on this episode of The Blacklist Exposed. We share your feedback from the finale, share how you thought Diaz was going to kill himself, plus analyze the double speak from the Jon and John in their post finale interviews. We then go through each character and if we felt their arcs were earned and left in a good place this season, plus we rank the seasons in order best to worst, then do it again for the finale eps themselves. Troy's is super interesting, but you have to listen for the goods. To close out the show we give our predictions for what to expect in Season 7 when it returns we predict September 27th at 8PM ET/PT, 7PM CT on NBC here in the states. Don't forget Jon Bokenkamp stops by next week to take questions from you so submit them in the comments below to be part of the show.Robert Diaz In Pictures
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
The Music of Robert Diaz
The Prom as well as the breakout plans and escape belong to Sofi Tukker a return favorite on The Blacklist. First we hear “Best Friend” featuring Nervo, The Kocks, and Alisa Ueno as Tadashi and Liz come up with the plan. Then the execution takes place to Sofi's song “Batshit”. Sometimes you may find the song listed as "That’s It (I’m Crazy)" due to censorship laws. During the gun battle after a surprise rescue by Red we hear “Mascaron” from Lissom. When President Diaz is taken down and Agnes comes home we hear “Nothing Sacred / All Things Wild” from Kevin Morby, and we wrap up with an oldie but a goodie as we get the big Katarina reveal to Cream’s “I Feel Free”.
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