The Blacklist 4×05 Preview Guide: ‘The Lindquist Concern’

Last week the team continued the hunt for Agnes with no success. The one upside is they discovered exactly why Kirk tried so hard to get to Liz. He needed a biological descendant to create a cure for his fatal blood disorder. Now that Liz is gone, his only option is Agnes, and the process could seriously injure or kill her. The team knows the clock is ticking, and they need to rescue Agnes before it’s too late. In the preview for tonight’s episode “The Lindquist Concern” it looks like the hunt for Agnes may finally be coming to a close. Let’s hope so anyway. I said that before the last episode and we all know how that turned out.

But that’s not all that’s going down in “The Lindquist Concern”. Liz finally does a DNA test to see who her father is and confronts Red with it. From the exchange, it looks like it’s not Kirk. Many of us have have speculated that Red is really her father, so it looks like this mystery may finally be solved tonight. Whatever the outcome, the answer has been a long time coming, since the first episode of season one.




The main goal of the task force right now is to bring down Alexander Kirk, and Red is still determined to work on his own. It looks like this separation may finally catch up to him tonight, as the promo shows Red and Dembe walking into a trap set by Kirk. Red and Dembe have always made it out of these kinds of situations unharmed before, but luck runs out eventually, and Kirk is a formidable opponent. My main hope every week is that all of our favorites make it out of the episode alive and unharmed.

Here’s the synopsis and trailer for “The Lindquist Concern” so were’ all prepared for what’s coming.

Synopsis

Liz’s loyalties are called into question; Red sets out on a mission to intercept Alexander Kirk; the Team is on the hunt for a killer who targets the inventors of revolutionary technology.

Trailer

The Blacklist airs Thursdays at 10/9c on NBC.

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