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I was excited for the new season of Blindspot.  I know it has gone off the beaten path, but this season it has really gone into surreal territory or should I say terror-tory.  Weller has been in love three times and is going to have a baby, whose mother, and their child, are quickly being taken out of the picture.  Presumably this is because of Weller’s new love interest, Nas.  Does he still love Jane?  What happen to those dynamics?

Then there is Patterson, who has recently lost her first lover, and now her second to a terrorist group.  He also tried to kill her.  And, by the way after being shot in the stomach seems to be able to be back at her post, standing for hours on end with a bad headache.  Oh wait, dropping painkillers onto the floor helps her solve the puzzle to one of Jane’s tattoos that is not on her, but was in her prototype video.  In turn, she defuses a set of bombs ready to go off at a school with 59 seconds left.  She does this by shutting down several cell phone tower grids in a matter of seconds.  Mind you no one else in this area has problems with this happening.

Let’s see, so far as I can remember, two to three FBI agents have been kidnapped.  Jane was kidnapped and tortured by the CIA.  Weller, Jane, Patterson (tortured and shot) Mayfair, Reade, perhaps Tasha, Dr. Robert Borden, Patterson’s lover have all been either shot, or shot and killed.  It is obvious that this not only a dangerous job, but after one has been shot or stuck with a pole & major eardrum piercing etc., there is a miraculous recovery for all who are not killed.

The writers here are not only stretching the truth I imagine, but the storyline, and we are expected to follow.  Okay, I am game, for now, as I like the notion of there being tattoos that tell a story and depict horrible acts of terror to occur.  I predict the life of this show to be one or two seasons more at most.  The plot is already running thin, and the characters are unbelievable at best.  What do you think?

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