Blindspot s3 ep 16


Blindspot is not wasting any time this season. A couple of weeks ago, we found out REDACTED was alive, this week – thanks to Rich Dotcom and the dragonfly tattoo – Team Tat does too. Except for Zapata, who already knew, and isn’t massively popular as a result. To their credit, though, the team set their anger aside and get on with stopping the imminent attack – in an exciting twist, it’s not “today”, it’s, uh, “tomorrow” – but it’s touch and go for the devastated Patterson, who will (and should) be looking to appoint a new best friend pronto. The choice is obvious, of course: Rich’s Room of Requirement remedy is very sweet, the pair of them together are adorable and I need more PATDOTCOM in my life. (That smarmy Puritan from OPR can get knotted.)

In other news, Roman and Crawford bond over their sucky childhoods and the latter’s grandiose plan to end all violence other than that committed or authorised by himself; Roman may have something badly wrong with him other than chronic self- righteousness; and Zapata tells Reade how she feels about him two years too late for Reade and one week too late for me: I’ve only just bought my season ticket for the Zeaton train and I’m not getting off any time soon. I’m guessing Reade will come around and Rapata will get all loved up ere too long, but I really wish they wouldn’t.


2 thoughts on “Blindspot s3 ep 16

  1. Jed Bartlet April 17, 2018 / 11:08 pm

    I’m delighted to see Agent Van Der Waal, because she’s played by Lauren Stamile, who I liked a lot as Pearce in Burn Notice. (More than you did, if memory serves.) I also like like her, as it happens.

    That apart, I was bored by the main plot this week, but interested in some of the peripheral details: Patterson and Zapata not being BFFs any more; Rich and Patterson bonding; Zapata’s declaration of love (although girlfriend’s attempt to put some of the blame on Reade for what happened before was pretty pathetic: HE KISSED YOU and you said you WEREN’T INTERESTED – the painkiller thing was a transparent attempt to save face); and whatever the eff is happening between Roman and Crawford.

  2. CJ Cregg April 18, 2018 / 10:27 pm

    Yeah the main plot was perfunctory. I thought the peripheral stuff made up for it though. Patterson and Rich carried things along.

    I’d completely forgotten Agent Pearce till you mentioned her – just refreshed my memory by reading some of our old Burn Notice reviews. Good times. But no thanks to her – now I remember, she did my head in.

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