|And yet, there's no un-ringing this Reddington bell||They shoot up the car Liz is riding in, killing the driver and — gasp — putting a bullet is Ressler's chest|
|As Reddington is insisting to Cooper that nothing the FBI can do through their legal pipelines will be enough to protect Liz from Townsend, that convoy is, indeed, infiltrated by Townsend's men||Reddington says that Bino has eyes on every corner of the neighborhood, and if anyone can get them out of Townsend's crosshairs, it's Bino|
Also hoping they make it out of this alive! "They're all dead because of you," Liz cries: "Tom, Esi, Jennifer, my mother — I can't take it anymore! The question of whether Raymond Reddington is Elizabeth Keen's father has existed for as long as has existed.
|He tells her that everything he's been afraid of, everything he's tried to prevent from happening to her and Agnes is happening because the secrets he's been keeping have come out||She fishes out his phone and tells him to call Cooper for help while she keeps an eye out for Townsend's men|
|Earlier, he told her the same in the back of a hearse, but he also told her that he feels like so many of the irreparable things she's done are partially his fault||" Now that's not something you hear everyday on The Blacklist|
No, Reddington isn't out here reading bedtime stories, or tucking a cheese stick under his fedora just in case Liz gets hungry while she's running for her life.25