What then is the central issue this time? Let’s just say that it’s connected to Wujing once more—more specifically, the fact that he’s now informed Robert Vesco of the truth regarding Reddington’s deal with the FBI.
We probably don’t need to inform you at this point that watching this story develop will be very difficult. Vesco and James Spader’s characters have a rich history together, and we don’t believe Robert would necessarily want to hand Vesco over to a potentially lethal assassin. But, it is also understandable if he feels cheated by everything that happened—after all, why wouldn’t he?
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Reddington’s only defense in this situation is that he wasn’t the one who put Vesco in jail in the first place; in addition, there’s another element here in that he was in charge of getting Vesco out. We do believe that both of these will be taken into account in some capacity. We now believe that Robert will attempt to act as a double agent or, at the absolute least, he will consider it.
Just visit The AV Club and watch the preview if you want to have a better idea of what Reddington and Vesco will be talking about.’
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