Sneak Peek of Tonight’s Episode of ‘The Blacklist’ Takes Fans Back to the Beginning

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Only two episodes left, Blacklist fans! In anticipation for episode 20 of The Blacklist airing tonight, Entertainment Weekly has released a sneak peek that will bring fans back to where it all started.

In the sneak peek, Liz meets with Cooper just as he is about to leave to check on his wife, Charlene. Liz assures him that Charlene is safe, but she had to get him away from the rest of the team so they could talk. Cooper wants to discuss how this will all end, since it’s gone on too long and too many people have died. He wants to help her, but she’s still conflicted. She asks about Ressler’s condition, and how Cooper would keep her safe if she turned herself in.

“Not how, Elizabeth. Where.”

Click here to check out the sneak peek!

Check out tonight’s promo below!

Will Liz get her answers? Find out tonight when The Blacklist airs at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. Make sure to catch our recap of episode 20, coming soon!

Kailey
Kailey
Kailey has been a writer for Nerds and Beyond since 2018. She received her bachelors degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in May of 2020. Some of her favorite TV shows are The Blacklist, Supernatural, and Prodigal Son, to name a few. She also loves all things Disney! You can check her out on social media @kaileygross.

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