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Oct 12, 2015
Time for TV.Com to update their ads
The Blacklist is NOT on hulu any more.

You search for The Blacklist on hulu and it will come up, but if you click on the latest episode it will send you to the NBC website to watch it on your computer over the internet.

Don't know about the rest but on my AppleTV I just don't get anything at all except a list of old clips

So no, The Blacklist is NOT on hulu any more. So take the banner down already.

Oh and hulu? If I wanted to watch The Blacklist on my laptop I wouldn't subscribe to HULU now, would it?

(Who is NBC trying to be, anyway? CBS?)
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May 20, 2015
Blacklist: All Blacklist fans should read this
This is a post made by "a-l-p" on reddit yesterday, May 19, 2015, that is well written, articulate, and happens to reflect exactly how I feel. I thought every Blacklist fan should read this.

"Because Liz's father is subject to some speculation here lately and many people have said the still believe Red is the father, I wanted to bring something up that bugs me A LOT lately.
I've written several times that despite the "is he/is he not" game of the first season the writers, producers and cast have repeatedly stated that Red is not Liz's father - Megan Boone for example gave some recent interviews where she says it. Personally I think it's unusual that a team behind a show doesn't make an important plot point/twist clear within the series (per DNA test or whatever), but outside via twitter and interviews. But ...
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Apr 03, 2015
The Fulcrum
Quick quiz...does anyone actually know what it really is?

I know Red told Liz it was a blackmail file and that is sort of what is implied with his conversations with Fitch. Then there was something about the way that Hobbs was talking about it and the sort of disregard of protocol Red set in motion by the Director that made me pause. Which led me to this thought, remember season 4 of Prison Break? During the entire first twelve episodes, the break in, and then the immediate chase episodes, what was Scylla? A file containing the lists of all Company operatives and operations that would expose the Company's role in all sorts of government actions and would clearly serve as a blackmail file. And, of course, that wasn't what it was and although I found the latter half of Season 4 of Prison Break wanted us ...Read more
Mar 27, 2015
To reawaken a discussion...Tom vs. Ward
I don't know why this was the thought that I ended last night's episode with, but its likely because this week was the first appearance of Grant Ward this half season. And that show is clearly not even entertaining the redemption path with him as he really, really, really doesn't see that he did anything wrong. And, of course, I think we all agree, we kind of like the Ward who we know is actually quite unhinged.

I suppose also because based on his actions last week and this week, Tom (who I wonder if we should be trying to call Jacob since that is actually his name and it seems he defaults to it when off duty) was clearly remorseful at least with what went on with Liz. Now, it could be because he developed feelings for her or he just saw all the layers that ...Read more
Mar 18, 2015
(Spoiler Alert up to 2x15) The Blacklist: The Boyfriend Experience (Red-Tom-Liz connection)
There has been a lull in The Blacklist discussions. Now if this is because the show was a bit lack luster until Tom has returned and now you are re-watching these episodes again and again, I understand- been there, um..still there. But with all this new info I have been chomping at the bit to discuss stuff. Sure it’s basically the same topics since the beginning but the background information has expanded quite a bit and thus there are new and improved speculations.

[Before we proceed, I’d just like to apologize for the somewhat slapdash post. Well, it is more unrefined than slapdash but I wanted it hopefully out before the next episode. Thought I might wait, but figured with all this new intel, we probably won’t get more for while given the rate this show feeds us tidbits. ]

First I’ll start with the future ...
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Feb 07, 2015
The Blacklist: The Things We Learned In The Fire (Post 2x10)
UPDATED: Someone took the time to clean up the audio during the memory sequence. It reveals some pretty interesting things about Liz, the man, and the woman. Here's the link, if you are interested: Cleaned up audio during 2x10 memory.

Like many of you I felt frustrated by the lack of answers provided in the memory sequences, and then later with the reveal that everything we did see wasn't reliable. I found, however, after re-watching the episode, there are solid answers to be had.

Answer #1) Liz's fire had to have occurred at least 1 years and 5 months, prior to Red's disappearance.

The doctor said the fire happened 26 years ago. Allowing for 5 months of rounding on either side, 26 years ago would between 9/5/88-7/5/89. At the very least there was a one year and five month gap between the ...Read more
Jan 05, 2015
Scheduling Change
I know that this isn't new news and probably there is some discussion on Tim's midschedule posting, but I think I really focused on the Blacklist's new time slot and I am kind of worried about it. My concern actually arises out of Person of Interest's move away from that slot (which it needs to move back to). I haven't a clue what else besides Supernatural and Fox comedies are on against it, and I don't think that it needs the Voice, but I just worry that NBC might make it pump its breaks and that loses some of the value of the show. Sorry if this is random, I think my office manager and myself are fighting off something and she gets to go home at one.
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