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Season 1 Episode 22

Berlin: Conclusion

Aired Monday 10:00 PM May 12, 2014 on NBC
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  • "Extsened the PLOT"!

    I watched all the episodes all at once,it took about !8 hrs. Love the shows blot and the characters, also the actors. Great show! But the writers need to change the format of just having the cases mysteriously just handed over. and over to them by "Red". It's very repetitious and gets a little obvious that they are handed an assignment and then solves it in the hour of the show. PUT some more long term challenges for the team and extsend it out through out several episodes. Leave us wondering till next episode.moreless
  • Terrible ending

    Am I the only one bored of bad guys who don't do the obvious. There wasn't even a reason for Tom not to, you know... But Lizzy forgiving Reddington for killing her dad is the most stupid thing. I'm not sure what's sadder, this show, the people who rate this a 10 (whaaaatt? Did we watch the same show?) or how American TV (and Americans in general it would seem) has abandoned it's once proud "due process" and freedom for all (This is America, I get Lawyer.... lol ). it looks like you've totally accepted the disappearing of people and law enforcement officers breaking the law themselves as an OK think to happen all the time, based on this show and others like NCIS etc. Sad.moreless
  • Loose Ends Covered, Suspense Open-Ended

    This was a great finale/cliffhanger. I walked away completely satisfied, and yet still curious about how the future will play out. The worst finales are those that piss us all off and then tell us to return in 6 months. I loved the Keen disappearance[noticed his body missing when they found the Russian], Red's scars [suggestive of the fire incident, but not conclusive] and the restitution paid to that Russian psychopath who ordered Keen to kill Elizabeth. I can't say enough about this show in general, or this finale in particular. Spader is a true tour de force, and his loyal bodyguard a brilliant soldier in arms. Best show of its genre on television.moreless
  • What a spectacular conclusion!

    I wasn't sure what to expect in terms of the end of the season, but in no uncertain terms, this certainly delievered!

    It was a spectacular episode and easily the best one we've ever had - clever, bold and daring. I can't believe who died and a couple of them too! It was huge - I loved that! Like a previous reviewer said, I lik e a show unafraid of killing people off, as long as it is done right. This was well executed, albeit very sad.

    HUGE bombshell of a conclusion - I must say we saw this coming from liek Episode 1, but it is nice to have the conclusion and the definite answers... even if it was rather unexpected! Surely his injured back tells us he is the father!

    Simply brilliant! Can't wait fo r more!moreless
  • Smart and Ruthless

    I love James Spader and this show is perfect for him. I have been captivated since the first episode. The fact that you are never sure if he's a good guy or a bad guy is great. Even when he's bad, he does it with class. Smart and Ruthless makes for a great villain. Very Hannibal Lecter Silence of the Lambs style. Can't wait until next season.

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