Okay, so Reddington just ratted out another blacklister. This time the guy was sitting in Red's plane when he was apprehended. So this guy is going to go through the system and not tell any of his fellow evildoers what happened? Doesn't he get a phone call? And what about the sudden absence of The Stewmaker the next time some villain needs to have a victim dissolved? My goodness... again I ask, don't these guys talk?
But hey, great show otherwise! Love the performance of Spader who really sells it. He's a baddie, yet he makes the character sympathetic, which makes us like him, which keeps us watching. I just don't know how long I can continue to suspend disbelief that Raymond Reddington's reputation would soon be, if not already, radioactive mud amongst the ultra-criminal set. Instead, they keep calling him for solids, and keep getting busted. What chumps. They're dumber than the FBI on 'The Following'.