You can never go wrong with the classics and this main plot is an homage to "Strangers on a Train," by Alfred Hitchcock. This time, though, there is a twist even Mr. Hitchcock might not find acceptable. He's a contract killer with an unique signature that even the FBI BAU would have trouble tracking down without Raymond "Red" Reddington to point the way. Typically he has ordinary and unrelated people commit a murder suicide on his behalf and stage it as an accident.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Keen is coming to grips that Raymond "Red" Reddington has been telling her the truth about her husband, Tom Keen. Even, though, he passed his visit to "the Post Office" it is obvious he an agent for someone and they both want to know for their knowledge and safety.moreless