Blindspot’s most regrettable tattoo yields its most memorable episode

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Relationships with television shows are like relationships with people. Sometimes it’s mad, hopeless love at first sight, and you know that a show just understands you and shares your values, and other times you get used to a show over time and say “Y’know, you’re not half bad.” If given the choice, nearly everyone…

Blindspot flashes back to answer burning questions about...Mayfair

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Blindspot’s mythology terrifies me, and even to the extent that it factors directly into the case of the week or leads to significant character beats, it’s hard to shake the feeling that this show is a stylish shaggy-dog story about a woman with inexplicable tattoos. “Persecute Envoys” does a better job of laying …

Lou Diamond Phillips is not a tattooed girl’s best friend

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The conundrum Blindspot faces is the fact that it’s never more boring than when it’s focused on its mythology and Jane’s origin story, which are supposed to be its biggest selling points. “Cede Your Soul” worked as well as it did because for once the show wasn’t bogged down in the story behind Jane’s tattoos or the…