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05
May
16

๐Ÿ”ด Comments by Jerry

 

๐Ÿ”ด Comments by Jerry

 
Someone I know only as “Jerry” has regularly been posting amazing comments to this blog. They are so good, so perceptive and insightful, that I asked him if I could post them more prominently. I was thrilled when he said “yes.” So I am setting up this column for his comments. WordPress allows you to respond as well, and each comment is linkable and like-able.
 
I’ve said this blog is about serious ( โ‰ƒ “academic”) analysis of The Blacklist. Jerry’s comments certainly fit the bill. He may not comment on every episode (I assured him “no pressure”), but when he does, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Feel free to post your comments, too.
 
 

09
Jan
16

๐Ÿ”ด Scribblings Jan-Mar 2016

 

๐Ÿ”ด Scribblings and Scuttlebutt Jan-Mar 2016

 
Link: http://bit.ly/20lDG09
This is where I post my thoughts and reblog stuff from other sites I find interesting or topical, mostly topics from Twitter, Tumblr and blogs. Most discussion in Scribblings in the past has tended to be about the story, characters, their relationships, the timeline plus various controversies in the fandom. This is probably the closest thing on this blog to a “blog” โ€“ Lightly edited. Reverse chronological. WSJ sourcing: http://on.wsj.com/1sMrXMo โœ› date/timestamp.
โ€“ LizzieB90
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06
Oct
15

๐Ÿ”ด Whose “intentions” matter?

 

๐Ÿ”ด Whose “Intentions” Matter?

October 6, 2015

Essay on Artists’ Intentions: 3:2 The Troll Farmer

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30
Sep
15

๐Ÿ”ด Scribblings Oct-Dec 2015

 

๐Ÿ”ด Scribblings and Scuttlebutt Oct-Dec 2015

 
This is where I post my thoughts and reblog stuff from other sites I find interesting or topical, mostly topics from Twitter, Tumblr and blogs. Mostly discussion in Scribblings in the past has tended to be about the story, characters, their relationships, the timeline plus various controversies in the fandom. โ€“ Lightly edited. Reverse chronological.
โ€“ LizzieB90

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04
May
15

๐Ÿ”ด What is “The Cabal”?

03
Apr
15

๐Ÿ”ด Red’s Moral Code

 

๐Ÿ”ด Red’s Moral Code

 
April 22, 2015
 
It’s a good question where Red’s sense of “justice” comes from. I’ve been thinking about this a lot. We know the Greeks came up with our Western idea of “justice” โ€“ but did they invent it or simply write down what is implicit in human nature?
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14
Mar
15

๐Ÿ”ด Tom & the “Risk-Taking” Gene

 

๐Ÿ”ด Tom Keen and the “Risk-Taking” Gene

 
March 14, 2015
 
There is a genomic marker (SNP) sometimes called “the love gene” (GG variant for SNP rs53576) http://bit.ly/1wniMDR About 40% of Westerners have this variant. When combined with another gene (AA or AG for rs2254298) http://bit.ly/18nPCKM, what results, for males who grew up in non-nurturing early childhood environments, is a higher likelihood that a person will develop psychiatric disorders AND/OR that he will be a risk-taker. Both “genes” or SNPs are located on the Oxytocin molecule. The psychiatric disorders include depression, borderline personality, sociopathy and psychopathy.
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12
Feb
15

๐Ÿ”ด Daniel Knauf’s Tweets

 
 

๐Ÿ”ด Take-Aways from Daniel Knauf’s Tweets

Feb 12, 2015

Daniel Knauf is a Co-Executive Producer and senior writer for The Blacklist. He answers questions about the show during and after it and is quite comfortable with Twitter. I don’t know a better way to re-capture Twitter (but I’ll try screenshots next time).

Below are his Tweets from 2:10 Luther Braxton-2. To find the original full interaction, do a search on Twitter using his handle @Daniel_Knauf followed by keywords from the Tweets below. A number of the early Tweets are comments on the episode action. You can see Knauf’s comic book work at play.
Here are my takeaways:
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26
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: The Warrior Gene & Lizzie’s Mom (11/21/2014)

We’re going to find out more about Liz’s Mom in the upcoming episodes, according to IBTimes, “As previously reported, the Season 2 of “The Blacklist” is expected to explore Liz’s mother storyline.” http://bit.ly/1F7s32i.
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26
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: The Warrior Gene & Me (11/20/2014)

Sometimes you have secrets even you didn’t know you hadย 

I had looked into the research on the “Warrior gene” (MAOA) earlier and posted that here [on WSJ Speakeasy] but decided last night to look again, to check out @A.M.’s theory. I worked in biomed research and genomics for more than a decade, so that was a start. There was a swell of new research back in 2009-12 which roughly coincides when The Blacklist was being conceived.
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26
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Original Pilot Script (11/19/2014)

For the record, I think Red is straight. I was making a “the case can be made” type of argument.
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I have a copy of the original script for The Blacklist pilot (it precedes even the online version which in turn is not identical to the performance). It has more information on Liz’s youth โž” but it may be more important to know that they did decide to change certain things: it could mean they definitely are NOT going with these ideas. For instance, they apparently decided to change the time of the fire from when she was 14 to when she was four (or else there were two fires). Obviously, the final production is what matters. But, just fyi: about Liz’s youth, it says [stage directions in parentheses]:
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25
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Q’s for Jon Bokenkamp (11/11/2014)

 
Here are the questions I would ask Jon Bokenkamp, if only:
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25
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Fitch & Tom? Huh? (11/16/2014)

@Belle I had also concluded that Fitch was doing the surveillance. It would make sense that Fitch would be surveillancing Liz because of his interest in Red, but this dialogue threw me off:

[ Door opens where they are monitoring video feeds from Liz & Tom’s house ]
โ€“ Oh, the one night you’re on time. I was really looking forward to the make-up sex.
โ€“ Do you believe he’s innocent?
โ€“ It can’t be that simple, right? The only thing that’s clear to me is that he [Tom] doesn’t work for Reddington.[!]
โ€“ Well, then, who the hell DOES he work for?
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25
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Rant โ€“ Character vs Plot (11/14/2014)

@Belle Thank you for your thoughtful response and entirely plausible theory. I regretted posting that as soon as I did. It was late, I was tired. It’s true I stopped watching Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones, but there other reasons, too. The fact is, I will likely keep watching The Blacklist just to watch Spader’s incredible acting. I am annoyed at the long hiatus and at something Jon Bokenkamp said in an interview: essentially, that the showrunners try to constantly upend viewers’ expectations. Sure, that keeps it engaging to watch, but it seems to go against character development, Liz’s bizarre (and unbelievable) imprisonment of Tom being a great example. I’m not the only one:

“NBC, plots are one thing. You can draw people in with interesting plots. But itโ€™s the CHARACTERS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS that keep people interested. Itโ€™s Writing 101. Pretty sure half of your fanbase is better at it than you. If you keep this shit up, I guarantee you, the ratings are going to drop tremendously once you make the shift to Thursday nights.” http://bit.ly/1uf1PrB

You likely have read The Rolling Stone interview about James Spader’s upending the production schedule over what the writers were doing with his character in the Anslo Garrick episodes last year http://rol.st/XJRtDS. I guess I sense a lot of tension between Spader and the creative staff. I also saw a series of tweets between Megan Boone and a reviewer with her expressing concerns about the way her character was written. I don’t know what the proper mix is. My background is literary criticism, where you’re always dealing with a finished work. The stresses of doing a TV series of this caliber must be enormous. I really want this show to be a great success. It has all the potential. I just hope they keep the characters coherent and relatable. They could have done more with both the Fitch and Berlin characters and it’s a shame they’ve made it impossible to revive them while literally resurrecting Tom from the dead and โ€“ according to one interview, signed up for next season http://rol.st/XJRtDS. I actually find Tom boring and un-sexy and stupid as an antagonist to Red. (I realize there are those on this blog who really like Tom…)

I hope the showrunners decide on whether they want the audience to be more engaged than startled. This blog has been all about engagement, trying to use the clues the show provides to guess where it’s going. The question of Zoรซ’s identity is a good example (timeline issues aside). An attentive, engaged viewer could pretty much figure it out from the clues provided. But, when they do things like Pepper’s key, with no context so the NBC staff have tell us it’s important, or like turning what Red took from Fitch from “some very damaging information” to an enigmatic “thing” in the course of a single episode โ€“ it reeks of too much emphasis on goofy plot twists that leave character coherence and thematic development in the lurch.

I hope the actors โ€“ who really have to put the meat on the bones of these characters โ€“ continue to make their voices heard, especially Spader. Usually, I’d say the writers should have creative control, but if they treat characters like sacks of flour to toss around, actors like Spader need to speak up. He can easily find another project at this point. I would primarily be afraid he’d leave TV entirely for film or the stage (as he has in the past). It would be a great loss for TV, but he would either get paid more (film) or not have to work as hard (stage) โ€“ both of which he deserves. Better than spending Thanksgiving on the phone arguing with Jon Bokenkamp.

Rant over โ€“ I hope โ™ก เซ‚เฝฒโ€ขฬฎอกโ€ข เซ‚ เพ€โ™ก…
P.S. Why doesn’t Red just kill Tom?

[Cross-posted at WSJ speakeasy]

25
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Occam’s Razor (11/13/2014)

I hold to sort of an Occam’s Razor theory of literary/film analysis: don’t make it more complicated than it needs to be. Just a reminder of the fact that Red said he learned about Tom from his forger. Red also said that Gina Zanetakos was “taking the fall” by fingering him (1:6). I mean, would Red, who is entirely adept at money-tracking, put money that could be easily traced to an off-shore account of his in boxes clearly marked with her scar sign that Tom also used when sending her photos intended to incriminate him? Don’t forget that Liz was persuaded by this that Tom was innocent when Tom clearly was NOT innocent.

Also, how would Red have gotten the murder weapon to put in the box? Did Tom or Gina return a dirty pistol to him? Even if they had done such a thing, would Red have kept it and put it in a box with money that could be traced back to him?

I’m sticking with the more straightforward view that Red and Tom’s “about us” relationship occurred late in the game, soon after Tom’s imprisonment began. Ezra may have figured it out or Red deduced it when he said he did, when he realized that Lizzie had a “Secret Santa” source as to where Berlin kept his money (2:2 Monarch Douglas Bank).

Red’s character is consistent. When he can give a straightforward answer to a direct question or needs to respond to an incorrect assertion, he does so, very often with a simple yes or no. “You’re a monster.” “Yes.” Or “You put Tom’s picture in Gina’s apartment.” “No.” If someone asks him a direct question that he doesn’t want to answer, he’ll say something non-responsive: “That’s a pretty blouse.” Or “Who decided on this paneling?” Or “So you went with the gray” (lol). If he needs information, he asks for it precisely. “Tell me what you saw” (not how you felt). Then with Sherlockian precision, he presses on, “He’s Serbian Orthodox; he wouldn’t have a tattoo.” Spader says his haircut reflects this no-nonsense attitude.

Yes, Red lies, but his lying is minimalist, not superfluous, and he has a clear sense of priorities. In particular, he will lie (or kill) to protect Lizzie’s life. I assume there are other things among ‘those which he holds most dear,’ though I’m not sure what. Naomi, perhaps. Maybe I’m naรฏve to see it this way, or lazy โ€“ too lazy anyway to want to rewrite huge parts of Season 1 to explain away Tom’s pointing a loaded pistol at Lizzie’s head.

[Original; not cross-posted at WSJ Speakeasy]

25
Nov
14

FULCRUM: State Capitalism vs the Internet (2)

Link to Part 1: State Capitalism vs the Internet
 
The Fulcrum (possibly an acronym) could involve a Master Plan for world domination, already in play, including a list of people embedded at high levels in national governments (like Fitch). It could spoil the plan if revealed. (Maybe Hillary Clinton is behind it โ€“ lol!)โ‹™ The theory is based on the fact that the World Wide Web went live on December 25, 1990 [the day after Reddington disappeared].Earlier in 1990, the Internet was put into the public sphere by the Defense Department, which had developed it. There must have been grumbling about this.
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24
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: What’s up with Tom & Red? (11/12/2014)

@JBlitz Are you saying Red was also interrogating Tom when he was in the boat? I always thought Red knew Liz had Tom & I suppose the idea that Red wouldnโ€™t figure out where Tom was and pay off the guard for access to him strains credulity. But Red seemed pretty shocked by the mess in the boatโ€ฆ Sometimes I feel like the writers throw in something gratuitous for shock value and figure theyโ€™ll deal with it laterโ€ฆ.
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24
Nov
14

2:8 Decembrist: Tom was working for Red? (11/11/2014)

Tom’s having worked for Red doesn’t make much sense. Twice he was about to kill him:
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24
Nov
14

2:7 Scimitar: Spader & Amir (Interviews 11/7/2014)

12:00 pm November 8, 2014
Rough transcript of interview with James Spader on Season 2 and the mid season finale [possible spoilers] Yahoo http://yhoo.it/1sjniM3
‘The stakes are higher right from the jump. Everybody, every character on the show is facing greater adversity and is in disarray and the show’s opened up… There’s a resolution of sorts but any resolution on our show opens up another door and the resolution is always going to be painful and bittersweet.
‘It started out where people were asking me wanting to know the true relationship between Elizabeth Keen and Raymond Reddington… People are still curious about that, which is good to sustain. I think it’s the burden is on us to sustain that. But I think the thing that I like is that no matter what the past is the nature of the relationship now[!] has become as compelling, and it should be.
‘I think that the journey is more important than the destination and in this case the destination is backwards, going into the past, what those characters are going through in the relationships and the nature of those relationships.’

2:00 pm November 7, 2014
From: IBTimes: Episode 8 Spoilers: The Decembrist http://bit.ly/1E51gD8
Note Spoilers! From an interview with Amir Arison: “A lot goes down in [episodes 8 and 9]โ€ฆthere will be some huge, huge events that will change the direction of the show,โ€ Amir Arison, who plays C.I.A. analyst Amar Mojtabai, explained. Arison added that the crux of the surprises coming might hinge on the relationship between Red [James Spader] and Liz [Megan Boone] saying, โ€œItโ€™s exciting to watch Red and Liz with their own agendas that intersect and may support or not support each other.โ€œ

Could be anything. Could be nothing. Liz, it appears, has turned to Ressler for help with Tom. Liz now knows a lot about Berlin’s operation. My guess is she will try to kill him or have Tom do it.

What are the “huge, huge events that will change the direction of the show?โ€ Any ideas?

[Cross-Posted at WSJ Speakeasy]

24
Nov
14

2:7 Scimitar: Misc Q&A (11/4/2014)

@Hanna The spot after The Voice’s super-high ratings gives a boost to new shows. They are moving The Blacklist to Thursdays because they think it has developed its own strong viewership that will follow it to the new time slot. That lets them use the coveted Monday slot for State of Affairs.
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24
Nov
14

2:7 Scimitar: Is Red beyond redemption? (11/4/2014)

Something like 15 million people watch this show, either live or on DVR, so I think we need to be cautious in assuming it is only intended for those of us who work canons or timelines or scripts or Amazon Prime.

When Red told Liz in the pilot “if anyone can give me a second chance, it’s you,” I took it to mean he was looking for redemption. The story of the farmer he told to the Stewmaker laid it out:
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24
Nov
14

2:6 Mombasa: Why the little dancer can’t be Liz (10/30/2014)

I looked up Reddington’s birthday on the on-screen display of the female security guard in the very first scene of the pilot: Feb 7, 1960, same as James Spader (enhanced screenshot: http://bit.ly/1zkNgXZ ). If he “graduated at 24 from the Naval Academy,” that would have been in the spring of 1984 (simple date arithmetic). My husband was on the Honor Committee at West Point and every single time cadets went off base, when they came back they had to sign a statement saying they were “unmarried, … and have no incurred obligations of parenthood” http://1.usa.gov/105GExy. If that signed statement was found to be false, they could be kicked out.

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