A deadly outbreak is spreading in a way that's uncommon, while Liz and the FBI team up with Singleton to find Tom's killer. The ending of this episode will leave you in a thrilling state of mind.
The FBI is dealing with a mass outbreak biochemical weapon, but what they figure out about this Blacklister is that she is out for information and revenge for the death of her husband. Pattie goes after one of the men who had her husband killed and gets him to confess to it by threatening him with the deadly virus. But at one point, her plan fails and the two have to travel together to get the antidote, but Ressler and Samar are standing in their way.
After understanding Pattie's actions, Ressler comes close to them and try getting the guy to confess on his wrongdoings. Soon after he confesses, they are taken in and treated.
Meanwhile, Red must deal getting an audit and tries to get the auditor to turn around and walk away, even helped the guy's son get into the school of his dream. But that all turned away when another auditor comes and when you think that things were going to burn for Red's business, it goes the complete opposite. The auditor comes the next day and tells Red that they'll have to wait due to their office burning down.
As for Liz, who teams up with Singleton to find one of the men that help kill Tom. Singleton gives some information on the syndicate and allows Liz spy on one of the men, but things get complicated, and Liz turns to Aram for help to trace the call that the man was on with that turned out to be someone from Singleton's office. Liz calls Singleton to tell him about it and that she was calling them. Singleton locates the phone in Ian Garvey's desk, and soon Liz gets a notified about a dead body that turns up to be Singleton.
I thought that this episode was another good one from start to finish. The case of the week was another good one with a deadly virus and a very understanding purpose for the character to do so. I thought the Red situation with the Auditor was supposed to go the other way with Red burning down his business instead of burning down the auditor's office and not to mention Singleton, who I thought was another bad guy, turns out to get killed from Garvey after the trace to his phone from Liz. The Liz story arc has been nothing but amazing with a piece by piece of thrilling moments and unbelievable twist. We're coming to where Liz and Garvey might be head-on facing one another, but I think Red will be the one in between trying to make a deal, mostly with Garvey. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
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You can catch The Blacklist Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC.