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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by classicX, Oct 31, 2016.
Is anyone still watching this?
The Blacklist reference was hilarious.
I'm still watching. I don't watch Blacklist. What was the reference?
That main actor gets all the women. Maybe its his cologne. He looks at them and they hop in the sack. What a sleaze. ;-)
It's because after the cameras turn off, he drops the fake American accent and the girls all swoon over his Aussie accent.
Rich.com offered to help the FBI - "maybe it could be a weekly thing. Maybe I could wear a hat or something. Do you think people would go for it?"
I hope they keep rich.com as a recurring character. He cracks me up.
I'm just realizing that I haven't seen this episode. I thought I was caught up, but the most recent one I've seen was when they went to Bulgaria.
Yeah, I thought that was funny.
The NY FBI office has the worst security...
Pretty ingenious of Rich.com to get himself arrested so the assassin would have to come after him in the FBI building and the FBI would take him out. Too bad (for him) he didn't cover all his bases.
So who sent the letter to Roman telling him that Jane is on the FBI's side? Wouldn't it have to be someone who was in the room while they were discussing Jane deciding to save Roman rather than finish uploading the data from the chip? Zapata was already a mole for the CIA last year when she had gambling debts, so while it wouldn't be surprising if it were her, it would also be kind of blah. Nas seems like way too obvious of a choice, plus she's not technically FBI and the Sandstorm people said that their FBI mole has been in place longer than Jane. So that leaves Weller, Reade, and Patterson. If any of them are the mole, I hope they have a really good explanation, because that doesn't fit with the show we've seen to date.