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Louis T. Steinhil is a man of illusions and Katarina Rostova has hired him to make Red think he is recovering from his encounter at the end of last season. Little does he know, Red is not one to fall for a trick..
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Louis T. Steinhil is a man of illusions and Katarina Rostova has hired him to make Red think he is recovering from his encounter at the end of last season. Little does he know, Red is not one to fall for a trick. Katarina has taken Red to Annapolis in order to extract information from him on what he knows about Katarina Rostova and who might be looking for her. Part one of this dance of former friends turned enemies does not disappoint, as the two come face to face only with Katarina getting the upper hand in part one.
Meanwhile Liz is on the hunt for a Nanny, while she also spills all of Red's deep dark secrets to the rest of the task force. With Cooper and Aram now in the know that the original Raymond Reddington is dead, how will they continue to keep working with a man who is allegedly a Russian agent.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Red's Rhetoric for Louis T. Steinhil
Welcome to Red’s Rhetoric that part of the show where we feature two great scenes from Red himself then you get to vote for your favorite in our online poll. Our first clip this week comes when Cooper (like the rest of the audience) tries to identify Red’s identity. Our second comes when Red talks about his symbiotic relationship with Katarina. Which was your favorite? If you ever had an injury scare vote #RedBlowFish or if you feel a close connection between Red and Katarina vote #RedSoul.The Music of Louis T Steinhil
As Cooper hangs up with the Illusionist and the audience finally sees the trick at hand we hear "Scraper" by Liquid Liquid. As Red assaults Mila, we here "Tu Peux Bien" by Françoise Hardy playing on the radio to block out the observers in the other room. Finally, as Cooper and Liz have a heart to heart about Reddington on the stairs "Solid Ground" by Michael Kiwanuka plays and continues through the end of the episode. Insider note. This is almost a debut of the song as it is unreleased. It will eventually be on Spotify at a later date.
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