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Season finales of #TheBlacklist, #TheVampireDiaries, #TheOriginals, and the dirty book I read. @raynelola @NBCBlacklist @cwtvd @cworiginals

Last week was a big week for TV junkies everywhere.  I am one of them.  I had several shows I am faithful to wrap up their seasons and I spent a good portion of the time watching them crying like a great, big freak.   2,150 more words


The Blacklist 02×14 ‘T. Earl King VI’: Never do it again

This episode had one of my favorite plots that wasn’t centered around Liz’s childhood and Red’s connection to her. There were so many good scenes, I honestly can’t pick a favorite. 38 more words


Reconvo: Blacklist S2 Ep. 11: Ruslan Denisov


Veruca Salt and L.T. Milroy

 We’re traversing the globe this week, to Uzbekistan. Or as Herman Cain so wisely and memorably once referred to it, Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan. 5,400 more words

TV Show Recaps

The Blacklist 02×13 ‘The Deer Hunter’: Scouting the prey

After watching this creepy episode, I was a bit nauseous.The murder was… different than normal. Liz questioned her morals which was interesting. Red changed someone’s mind because he does care about Liz. 24 more words


The Blacklist 02×12 ‘The Kenyon Family’: People will die

Hello friends! Dylan (the previous The Blacklist reviewer) had to drop out of reviewing this show and he asked me if I wanted to take over. 42 more words


The Blacklist takes a look at The Good Samaritan. Say what?!

The official summary of the Thursday, Feb. 12 episode of “The Blacklist,” titled “Ruslan Denisov,” reads as follows: “The task force must rescue an undercover CIA agent who was kidnapped by separatists in Uzbekistan; Red thinks they are up against a dangerous past associate known as Ruslan Denisov.” 524 more words

Agent Keen

Reconvo: The Blacklist S2 Episode 10 Luther Braxton II

by Veruca Salt and L.T. Milroy

What a crazy ride this episode was! Fun to watch but riddled with more holes than Swiss cheese.

For instance, I’m too confused to even go into the timing issues. 5,605 more words