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The Alaska Triangle is responsible for thousands of missing people over the years. Now it is responsible for Red's missing goods and Agent Park's backstory.
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Agent Park's past history at the Anchorage field office in Alaska is up for investigation this week as a bunch of Red's go missing in what is known as the Alaska Triangle. Think Bermuda Triangle but bigger and deadlier. Thousands of people missing every year in this stretch of Alaskan Wilderness. This week however it is a secret shipment that Red had stashed in the back of a shipping crate that is directly related to Agent's Park's Past.
Elsewhere Aram is looking into the mysterious death of Elodie's husband and seeks help from the one man you don't want help from. Aram steels a sample of Radcliffe's blood to test it through Red's Rabbi blood sample bike service and when the results come back it leaves not only Elodie but the audience stunned.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
The Music for Twamie Ullulaq
Only one song this week that plays at the end of the episode as Park confesses to Cooper and Aram arrests Elodie. We are treated to "Berth", the first track on Gregory Alan Isakov's album Evening Machines.
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