The Blacklist

The Blacklist

The Complete Third Season

DVD - 2015
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Season Three takes a heart-racing turn when Red and Agent Keen, become fugitives on the run. With Assistant FBI Director Harold Cooper under investigation, Agent Donald Ressler leads the FBI Task Force on the manhunt. As Keen delves deeper into Red's underworld of covert operations, she continues to struggle with self-discovery and her indefinable relationship with Tom. Both Red and Keen are radically challenged personally and professionally.
Publisher: Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2015]
Branch Call Number: DVD TV-SER Bla, 5 disc
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1
DVD,NTSC
digital,optical
5 videodiscs (approximately 981 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-The future is a sucker's bet, a maybe, a contingency, a "What if?"
-Your past three months have been what my life has been like for the past 25 years. I'm often exhausted.
-Follow this fish, and you can net the entire school.
-You keep calling them "case files." These were people. My friends. They were criminals who were taken down by the Bureau. With the help of a man you call Raymond Reddington.
-I'm not interested in the data he has. I'm interested in the data he's looking for,
-Since I've been a fugitive, the pestilence on this map has only grown. This is what we're up against-- a multi-headed hydra. You cut off one head, it grows two others, you have to cut off every head and burn the rest of it. It's a mythic battle, and it's not anywhere close to being over.
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Who are you?
-Knowing my name is no way to stay alive.

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-Odysseus spent a decade at war. But his biggest battle was finding his way home.
-I pine for the days when conquered generals had the sense and good taste to fall on their swords. Now they hold press conferences, negotiate advances for their memoirs while the rest of us clean up their messes.
-The Troll Farmer uses social media to conduct highly coordinated disinformation campaigns on behalf of governments, lobbyists, corporations, crime syndicates, and on occasion, a humble fugitive. He's mastered the art of information warfare by creating events, virtual hoaxes designed to piggyback on real public anxiety. He activates hundreds of fake accounts to post thousands of tweets, creating the appearance of, say, ...
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Let the record reflect that I am complying under duress and that my Fourth Amendment right to privacy is being violated.
- As is my right not to be nauseated.
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-Dead? Pishposh. What's death? It's just a process, right?

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-Set him up with someone for God's sake. He’s like a kid with his first erection on the school bus.
-There’s a very fine line between love and hate.
-I don't know what happened. I used to consider myself lucky. I had a husband I loved, a job I always wanted. I was the kind of person good things happen to.
-Have you ever heard of Mugs Kalinowski? Lovely guy. Ugliest man I ever laid eyes on. That's why everyone called him Mugs. Except his dear mother.
-I have survived for a very long time now, and I assure you, I didn't do it by relying on the goodness in people.
-I once spent part of a summer in Bermuda. The island, certainly not the shorts.
-It’s been years since a man worked this hard to gain my attention.
-You know what these are? They're horseshoe crabs. Decades ago, it was discovered that their plasma contained limulus amebocyte lysate, which can be used to detect bacterial endotoxins.
-She loved dim sum and Beyonce and those little wooden foot massagers that go under your desk.

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-They say two things will survive a nuclear holocaust. Cockroaches and Twinkies. You’re a little of both.
-You think your life is too dangerous for a child, but what is your life without one?
-I’m not your Tom problem, ... Tom is your Tom problem.
-I’m tired of hurting people. I want to start pulling people up, instead of holding them down.
-I know a little something about baggage, but I love you. And I am willing to help you carry yours.
-When you fall prey to errors, you become prey.
-I loved that girl enough to let her go, which is more than you can say.
- Oh, yes. Well, I would agree with you there. But perhaps you're familiar with the old saw "You can't beat the house"? No matter how many poor souls you turn into popsicles, the fix is in.
-The world in which you awaken will be one incapable of sustaining human life. And why? Because at the critical tipping point, one tragically quixotic megalomaniac cannibalized humanity of the very minds that might have been its salvation.

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-I’m going to bring this whole damn thing down on you, .... And when I do, your own people will beg me to kill you to stop the bleeding.
-Your next thought's gonna be about a bullet.
-What really matters is this. Here. Now. Nothing else is guaranteed.
-You see, this is why I don't go to family reunions. Aunt Lucille is always arguing with Buddy, Uncle Scott is drunk by noon, and someone's hand is always in the wrong cookie jar.
-Tell our friends in hell to patient. I'll be along soon enough.
-Don’t fret, Harold. I’m holding all the trumps. I’ll be the declarer, you be the dummy, and we’ll win the hand.
-Fairness is overrated.
-He follows you around like a faithful bloodhound, but you still don't know...
-The cabal's not coming, they're already here.
-From where I sit, there’s only one ugly person in the room and it’s certainly not you,

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

-People say youth is wasted on the young. I disagree. I believe wisdom is wasted on the old. All you can do is part with it.
-Just because you’ve been bumped up to first chair in the orchestra doesn’t mean you can compose a symphony.
-My job isn’t to trust my gut. My job is to uphold the law.
-When I look at you, I see my way home.
-You can't do every silly thing you want to in life. You have to make choices and be happy with them.
-Sometimes bad luck is the best luck you'll ever have.
-This is life, Lizzie. Someone is always one step behind
-Is it just me or is the human race armed with religion, poisoned by prejudice, and absolutely frantic with hatred and fear, galloping pell-mell back to the Dark Ages? Who on Earth is hurt by a little girl going to school or a child being gay?
-You see, if you were a betting man, you would understand that now trumps later every time.

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Palomino
Dec 06, 2016

just finished, and even though I still despise one of the main characters, I was riveted all along. There's a whole bunch of episodes, each one fast-paced and witty and full of plot double-crosses, it's very watchable (in spite of them shooting each other all over the place). It helps a lot if you've seen previous seasons, but not absolutely necessary.

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jimg2000
Sep 10, 2016

More global villains served as targets for Reddington and the special FBI team to hunt down in Season 3's more than 16 hours (23 episodes, ~43 min. each) of intrigue, action and, above all, Reddington's bottomless wisdom in his brilliant criminal mind. The final episodes were nice set up for Season 4 which may be its last. Enjoy while it lasts. Note: answer to who were Agent Keen's parents and if they were still alive.

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jimg2000
Sep 11, 2016

Interview with director and writer Emily Ting:

http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/film-tv/article/1843342/new-movie-makes-everyone-fall-love-hong-kong

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