Liz and Red have an encounter with some road bandits.
Some terrorists looks for a secret Mossad list. This brings back some memories and something else for agent Navabi.
Keen becomes a target after someone puts out a "Wanted: Dead NOT alive" on her head.
Wesley visits Foggy and Matt and offers them a well-paying case: get a killer off at trial. Meanwhile, Wilson purchases a painting.
Murdock and Foggy's relationship is tested. Meanwhile, a new enemy against Fisk comes to the surface.
While Daredevil goes after Madame Gao, Karen tries to get Ben to run their story while Foggy shows what they have to Marci.
After Ben's death, Matt, Foggy, and Karen are more determined to bring down Wilson than ever. To do so, they need to find Hoffman before Wilson's people do, and convince him to give testimony against his former employer.moreless
As evidence mounts against Liz in the case of the murdered DC Harbormaster, a federal judge makes it clear to her that she will face severe criminal charges. Reddington and Ressler jump into high gear to exonerate Liz but the only solution is to find the recently vanished Tom Keen - wherever he may be operating in the world.moreless
When Agent Keen is questioned in court as a suspect in the murder of the DC Harbormaster, her unusual relationship with Red and their task force falls under scrutiny. Meanwhile, Red enlists Cooper and Ressler to locate "The Major", a dangerous former associate who is key in keeping Liz out of prison.moreless
TV-Rating: TV-14 V: The Kenyon is number 71 on the list. Opening with a Biblical justification for incest, and both young and polygamous marriage the Blacklist takes us on a journey to visit "The Kenyon Family." Raymond "Red" Reddington takes us and FBI Special Agent Elizabeth Keen on an adventure to discover who and why Justin Kenyon (head of "The Kenyon Family") disappeared. Is it just his being a polygamous cult leader or could there be more to him. Meanwhile "Red" continues tracking down secrets (e.g. the safe) held by Alan Fitch.moreless
TV Rating: TV-14 LV. Ruslan Denisov is number 67 on the list. The task force has to rescue an undercover CIA agent who was abducted by Uzbekistan separatists. The title character, Ruslan is the separatist leader and is an associate of Red's. A side plot includes a local investigation into a man who was killed when Elizabeth was holding her husband captive.moreless
TV Rating: TV-14 LV. The Decembrist is number 12 on the list. In this episode it's revealed how Tom ended up on the boat and why Berlin is after Reddington. A key player in the story line is kidnapped.moreless
Red informs the FBI that the Monarch Douglas Bank in Warsaw is robbed. It turns out that the only thing missing from the bank is an employee. This employee is the key to all criminal transactions made at the bank. Red gets his hand on information that he use to make a deal with Berlin.moreless
Berlin breathing down Red's shoulders. He hires a shrewd statistician Lord Baltimore to track down Red through various classified and online transactions. Harold Cooper on the other hand doesn't want to return to FBI. Is Red that easy to locate? Will Berlin hit directly at Red or try to get to him indirectly? Why exactly is Berlin after Red? Is it the end of Harold Cooper's FBI days? We find out as Krysten Ritter makes a special appearance.moreless
Carrie and Al hunt for a recently paroled criminal who may be responsible for a defense attorney's death and who may also be out to settle other scores.
Lazarus and Tonya plead with tenants to leave their condemned building before they are forced out. Kenny and Ahmad search for a pickpocket amid a group of vendors. Jackpot and White House patrol a street ball tournament.moreless
The staff celebrates Leap Day, with Liz helping Jenna try to bed a billionaire, Jack relishing an extra day of business, and Tracy needing the writers' help to use up a Benihana gift card.moreless
Patty continues her therapy sessions with Dr. Baldwin who confronts her about her legacy. Boorman tells Erickson Nasim was deported. Boorman wants Erickson to make a decision about Sanchez—either keep him locked up or get rid of him.moreless
Patty is still worried about Catherine's health. The nurse, Angel Auroro, suggests Patty tell Michael about Catherine's sickness. Patty shares that she doesn't know where Michael is.
Ellen and Patty have decided to move Nasim to a safer place. Ellen escorts Nasim to his hotel to collect his belongings. Boorman poses as a cab driver. Just as Ellen and Nasim are about to enter Boorman's cab, Victor Huntley and a security team pick them up and take them to Hewes & Associates. Patty tells Ellen about Herndon's discovery on Dust Devil. She also informs Ellen about C.I.A.'s involvement, which means their phones could be bugged. Ellen connects "DD" with "Dust Devil."moreless
With TGS done for the season, Liz relaxes in the Hamptons—until Tracy moves in next door. Jack turns Kenneth into a surrogate for the absent Avery. Jenna's spokesmanship of the Wool Council and their desire for complete normalcy creates friction with Paul over his desire for them to be able to freely be their odd selves. The writing staff plays an endless game of Halo.moreless
Liz runs into problems when trying to fix her dream apartment. Meanwhile, Jack deals with Avery being taken hostage, and Tracy is agitated to discover that Grizz, Dotcom, and Kenneth share an inside joke.moreless
With the TGS staff afraid Liz will become a spinster, Jenna tries to find love for her. Jack's lack of sleep puts him at a disadvantage when negotiating. Pete and Frank form a band.moreless