The Blacklist

The Blacklist (2013)

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Alistair Pitt (No. 103) - S3-E13

Corrected entry: In the scene with Josephine, Red gives her a giraffe figurine. In the next scene with these characters the figure is an elephant.

Correction: It's not an error - the second figurine of an elephant is given to Josephine at a different meeting, implying that Red's standard gift when he sees her is another figurine for her collection. He comments to her in the first scene: "What good is a collection if it doesn't grow."

Mako Tanida - S1-E16

Corrected entry: Mako Tanida has flown to the U.S. and is waiting to get his passport stamped. The customs agent says, "Welcome to the United States" and hands him a blue passport. Japanese passports are red.

Donna Warren Bremerman

Correction: Ordinary Japanese passports are valid for five years are in dark blue, and those valid for ten years are in crimson in color. Additionally, official passports are in dark green, and diplomatic passports in dark brown.



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As Reddington sets up the blood transfer between himself and Ressler he inserts the intravenous line in Ressler's arm first and then in his own arm. This is a big NO NO! This way the remaining air inside the line gets into the recipient's body and could very well kill him. Judging the expert way he handles the set up he should know to first insert the IV in his own arm, let the line fill with blood and then insert the IV in Ressler's arm.



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