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Blindspot Recap 3/29/17: Season 2 Episode 17 “Solos”

Jane was in trouble. Last week when she had apparently been at her apartment and was in the middle of making things up to her boyfriend Oliver there had been armed guards that crashed through her door though they didn’t kill her and instead settled on kidnapping on her. However, Jane’s kidnappers hadn’t been satisfied with just taking her. They had also kidnapped Oliver. Oliver who had seemed so sweet and carefree. So Jane had initially believed that they had gotten kidnapped because of her and it turns out the kidnapping had nothing to do with her. The kidnapping had actually been about Oliver. Oliver’s real name was Oliver Steele and not Oliver Kind, but he had changed it after his father had stolen money from their clients and fled the country. So Oliver had talked to Jane about everything. He told he that he had gone to work at the family firm after college and that he had noticed a discrepancy that his father couldn’t explain. Though Oliver also admitted his mistakes. He told Jane that he had given his father an ultimatum and had asked his father to come clean of his own volition. And that his father chose to flee. READ MORE...

Blindspot Solos Recap

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Blindspot Recap 3/22/17 : Season 2 Episode 16 “Evil Did I Dwell, Lewd I Did Live”

Nas was attacked on tonight’s all new episode. She had apparently gotten a call from her inside source that she hadn’t heard from in over a year however she had done as he suggested and had gotten the flashdrive he left for her because he had always been so reliable in the past. But, within moments of actually getting that flashdrive, someone had come up from behind her and had tried to strangle her before she could even reach for her gun. So Nas had had to fend off her attacker and, once she did, her team questioned whether or her source had set her up. They had all been a little concerned about the timing of the attack and how Shepherd’s man had known where Nas would be. However, Patterson had checked out the flashdrive and she had said that it had been too encrypted to be a decoy because she knew without a doubt that she would be up all night decrypting it. So Patterson’s suspicion was later proven to be right. The flashdrive hadn’t been a decoy and it had legitimately information on Shepherd that was worth killing for. Especially as it detailed she was going to be within the next few days. READ MORE...

Blindspot Season 2 Episode 15 Review: Draw O Caesar, Erase a Coward

The fantastic news is this week's Blindspot was the most interesting episode in a few weeks. The unfortunate news is that Blindspot Season 2 Episode 15 also showed some of the problems that have been part of the show all season. Well, you take the bad with the good...and the what the frak was that ending?!? "Draw O Caesar, Erase A Coward" had a lot of good things going for it. The first and foremost was that Roman finally got let out of his cage, er, holding cell again. The biker episode didn't really use him that well but this time it was great to see him make two decent breaks in the case - getting Weller access to the secure room and getting both of them out of their handcuffs. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/02/blindspot-season-2-episode-15-review-draw-o-caesar-erase-a-cowar/

Blindspot Draw O Cesar Erase A Coward Recap

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Blindspot Review: “Name Not One Man”

Despite more or less retreading a lot of ground from the early days of the series, Blindspot has been building a fun new mystery since its return that has helped keep the series in the forefront of fans’ minds. Let’s take a look at how the newest episode, "Name Not One Man," played out. If you’ll remember, the previous episode (it’s been a few weeks) ended with Weller making the big revelation that he knew Shepherd from a previous life after seeing a photo of her. Flashing back to Weller’s time in the FBI academy, he’s a very rebellious and often violent cadet, and he takes his anger out on guards. After one of these outbursts, Shepherd encounters him and encourages him to control his anger more. It’s an interesting moment because we’ve seen that Weller has learned to control his anger much better, and it’s crazy to think that Shepherd, more or less the villain of the series at the moment, may be one of the reasons for this. READ MORE...

Blindspot Recap 2/15/17 : Season 2 Episode 14 “Borrow or Rob”

Reade was going down a dangerous road. He had started seeing someone he shouldn’t have and he hadn’t entirely been truthful to her about what happened to her last boyfriend. But one and probably the most important reason Reade shouldn’t have gotten mixed up with a woman like Nikki was because she was toxic to him. Nikki brought around cocaine and treated it like it was a toy. So it wasn’t shocking when she then put Reade onto the habit and didn’t care if it would jeopardize his job however Reade still had some common sense and he knew better than to do drugs while he was on the lock… at least for now. However, Weller hadn’t noticed in what condition Reade had come into work because he had been little preoccupied with a tattoo. One of the two tattoos had apparently solved itself and Patterson didn’t know what it meant. She said the connected with the sale of lithium which was used in high capacity batteries like cell phones and electric cars yet she didn’t know why it was suddenly triggered by lithium being at all time high. So Patterson and the others looked at the tattoo to see it held any significance and it did. It was a symbol commonly referred to as Daedalus and, besides the mythological, it also referenced a secret society at Jameson College. READ MORE...

Blindspot Season 2 Episode 14 Review: Borrow or Rob

Rich Dotcom has become one of Blindspot's best-known characters. Blindspot Season 2 Episode 14 brought back the eccentric genius played by Ennis Esmer for the third time, and like the last two times, his presence turned the show into something completely different. "Borrow or Rob" was more about Rich and his story than anything having to do with the FBI. It opened with a flashback showing Rich and his partners as ne'er do well college students, and then naturally those classmates wound up being the bad guys in the case of the week. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/02/blindspot-season-2-episode-14-review-borrow-or-rob/

Blindspot "Borrow or Rob" Recap

It can never be emphasized enough: doing 22 episodes of TV is unbearably difficult. Doing 22 episodes of a show primarily defined by conspiracy and mystery is somehow even more difficult. These truths are why  The X-Files  remains one of TV's most influential shows; Chris Carter and company realized that the only way to tell a sprawling conspiracy story was to regularly ignore it, often for weeks at a time and/or directly after revealing big pieces of information. The standalone palette cleanser episode, where characters get caught up in a random side mission, can extend the shelf life of whatever grand arcs a show has in mind. Blindspot  showrunner Martin Gero and his team have realized that there's only one way to do a successful palette cleanser episode on  Blindspot : Rich Dotcom ( Ennis Esmer ). Not every episode featuring the infamous hacker/goofball has been a home run, but Rich brings a great energy to what is typically a stuffy, serious enterprise. His return in "Borrow or Rob" came on the heels of last week's big Shepherd ( Michelle Hurd ) episode, ushering any of those lingering questions to the background for the season's most purely fun hour. ...Read More... //www.tv.com/news/blindspot-borrow-or-rob-recap-14872104150016598/

Blindspot Recap 2/8/17 : Season 2 Episode 13 “Name Not One Man”

Weller had still had a few questions about Shepherd and her endgame on tonight’s episode of "Blindspot". He had thought that she wanted to take down the government and so he didn’t know why she felt he should be part of her plans. Weller had apparently found out that Shepherd had been monitoring him for years and that it started from when he was a kid. But what Weller didn’t understand was why? Why was Shepherd so fixated on him? So Weller did his best to try investigate their history together. However, over time Weller’s memories did start coming back to him. Weller had remembered Shepherd at the Military Academy and how she had convinced him to finally give his new school a chance though it still didn’t what she wanted with him and so he visited the school for himself. Weller had gone back to the Academy and he had questioned his former dean that had at least known Shepherd’s real name. So Weller had thought that they could use the name to find something valuable and all Patterson could come up afterward were dead end. Patterson had looked into Ellen Briggs which was Shepherd’s real name and she had found out that Ellen had formerly been a Major General. Though the fact that Shepherd truly was ex-military hadn’t surprised anyone. They had already knew that Shepherd was familiar with military tactics seeing she had given some of that training to her children and even finding out that she had had a confirmed connection to the DOJ had explained why she knew so much about the bureau’s tactics. So the one thing that Patterson had found that could remotely be interesting was Sean Clark. READ MORE...