And who is going to read them their rights? The attorneys will all be suspects too.
Okay, first off. John-Boy, what kind of logic, save impenetrable, leads you to believe that if you refuse to pay a ransom, the kidnappers will release your son and never attempt another kidnapping? Had you been watching All the Money in the World, or what? And then you go and blame it on the FBI. Well, that last sentence has some justification, though. Apparently the office has the HRT on speed dial, but, instead, they choose to go into a ransom situation with two incompetent agents and no backup. How about following the big giant SUV speeding away from the scene?
Shameless plug alert: The woman in the cafe' is reading Just Fly Away, by Andrew McCarthy, who, not by coincidence, was the writer for this episode.
Spoiler alert: Anyone who didn't guess that the young 'uns were in on it by halfway through, go to the back of the class. But we still don't really know who the Third Estate is.
Of course, Navabi can talk himself into a house full of desperadoes by using the old cable guy routine, sans identification, of course. But he gets sold out by the snippy daughter of Mr. Collector. Shameless plug alert: Mercedes Benz, the vehicle of compensators worldwide.
Reddington seems intent on stopping the Big Bad Ana Plan (I should work on a palindrome for that), but he's going through official channels. What happened to the old, bullet in the head Reddington?
Brian Dennehey is ready for a comeback?