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"The Pharmacist" is the third episode of Season 6 of The Blacklist and the hundred and fourteenth episode overall.

SynopsisEdit

Press ReleaseEdit

While Liz and the Task Force track a notorious underground biohacker, Red initiates a strategy to extricate himself from a problematic position. Meanwhile, Cooper's integrity is tested with a difficult choice.

Number on The BlacklistEdit

  • 124

Unanswered QuestionsEdit

  1. Corporate and fringe research morality
    1. The Lindquist Concern” -- innovation is suppressed to ensure corporate profits
    2. The Longevity Initiative” -- there are moral shades of gray/grey concerning experimental medical research
    3. ”The Pharmacist” -- moral shades of gray/grey and corporate suppression
  2. Crown Pharmaceuticals
    1. The Longevity Initiative“ -- Gold Crown Pharmaceuticals
    2. “The Pharmacist“ -- Crown Life Pharmaceuticals
  3. Moral shades of gray/grey
    1. The Longevity Initiative” -- Roger Hobbs and Red had valid points about the history of risky medical research. None of the characters seem to have the right to make moral judgements about the letter of the law and the spirit of the law. They show outrage when somebody else evades the law, but ignore those arguments when they are involved.
    2. “The Pharmacist“ -- Pascal and Aram's informant had valid points about the history of risky medical research. None of the characters seem to have the right to make moral judgements about the letter of the law and the spirit of the law. They show outrage when somebody else evades the law, but ignore those arguments when they are involved.
  4. Raymond Reddington
    1. Red’s arrogance in the courtroom could lead to problems in the future.
    2. Red’s arrest could result in his clients seeing him as a liability.
    3. Red was right about his hearing being a show trial. Michael Sima relied on emotional arguments.
    4. Why did Red file off the serial registration number on his handgun?
    5. Does Red have MCDD or a similar disease?
      1. Q: What about Constantin Rostov's disease? Could it be related?
      2. Q: Maybe Red knows something about Samar Navabi and her possible aphasia.
    6. Was Red's defense attorney, Jerome Lonnergan, specifically appointed to ensure that Red had a lackluster defense?
    7. Why was Red insisting on having Marvin Gerard as his attorney? He knew Gerard had been arrested.
      1. A: He insisted on Gerard because of his position as a shadow counselor.
  5. Samar Navabi
    1. Why was Navabi unable to use the word “sabotage” or “betrayed” when taking about Ethan Michael Webb?
      1. A: In "The Pawnbrokers", it is revealed she could have aphasia.
  6. Donald Ressler
    1. Why did Ressler not have backup in the fight with Ethan Michael Webb?
  7. Harold Cooper
    1. Why did Cooper have a copy of the immunity agreement?
  8. Crown Life Pharmaceuticals
    1. Will Pascal and/or the Crown Life Pharmaceuticals directors be convicted?
  9. Why was Roberta Wilkins glad that federal judges are appointed for life?
  10. MCDD stands for multiple complex developmental disorder.

Slanders on the FBIEdit

CastEdit

Main starEdit

Guest starEdit

  • David Wilson Barnes as Dr. Spalding Stark
  • Becky Ann Baker as Judge Roberta Wilkins
  • Ken Leung as Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Sima
  • Daniel Jenkins as Warren Kirby
  • Lee Aaron Rosen as Dr. Ethan Michael Webb
  • David Berman as M.E. Ogden Maguire
  • Alex Breaux as Reggie Deeks
  • Thaddeus Daniels as Pascal

Co-starEdit

  • Michael Devries as Ames
  • David Konig as Jerry Lonnergan
  • Leslie Shenkel as Walter Pruitt
  • Rebecca Street as Margaret Hopkins
  • John William Watkins as Daniel Lloyd
  • William Oliver Watkins as Officer Flynn
  • Desi Waters as Court Clerk
  • Jonathan Stewart as Police Sergeant
  • Verlon Brown as Correctional Officer
  • Peggy Droz as Patient #4
  • Adam Auslander as Patient #5
  • Kelley Curran as Co-Counsel

GalleryEdit

External LinksEdit


Season 6 Episodes
 · Dr. Hans Koehler  · The Corsican  · The Pharmacist  · The Pawnbrokers  · Alter Ego  · The Ethicist  · General Shiro  · Marko Jankowics  · Minister D  · The Cryptobanker  · Bastien Moreau  · Bastien Moreau: Conclusion  · Robert Vesco  · The Osterman Umbrella Company  · Olivia Olson  · Lady Luck  · The Third Estate  · The Brockton College Killer  · Rassvet  · Guillermo Rizal  · Anna McMahon  · Robert Diaz  ·
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