Things take a turn in this episode of The Blacklist.
When Red helps the team steer on an asset that allows someone who wants to kill his wife because of cheating. The asset helps the man by finding an airtight alibi for him. The team and Red hunt the man down together but on separate terms, but Red finds Sinclair first and takes him to chat about a deal to work for him. But the FBI get the guy who was caught trying to kill his wife/girlfriend in the parking deck.
Meanwhile, with Liz coming back to the FBI, she needed to talk to the FBI therapist. But this one was a challenge as she tested her mind about her revenge on Tom's death. But Liz broke through and told her what she is and will always be: a mother, an agent and a widow. But the most interesting and the highlight of the episode comes to Liz and Red having a therapy session with daughter and father.
But Liz catches the officer that's been sneaked in her apartment last week and comes to an agreement to work together on the case with her and the FBI, which I find creepy and worrisome thinking that this could be a setup for Ian's team to take the advantage. But this is the Blacklist, and we all would have to think beyond what we see.
This was another good episode. The writing was good, and the performance was still at its level. Overall, I give the episode an 8/10.
You can catch The Blacklist Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC.