This episode was, all-around, more interesting, in general, and in comparison to the previous episode, but something about it...it felt like it fell short. I don't know how else to explain it. Anyway, as I said, it was interesting, all-around, especially Alina's plotline, both the explanation of what happened in Anchorage, as well as the Blacklister plotline that also took place in Alaska, of which both were connected, all thanks to Raymond, although I guess that plotline wasn't necessarily apart of Alina's. And I wasn't too interested in Aram's plotline, other than that he's starting to branch out from being just the tech guy by being more of a field agent, which has been progressing for some time and didn't just start, but it's always nice to see it. At least his romantic adventure(s) with Elodie is seemingly a plotline that is over and done with. Lastly, the subtle aspect with Donald and his brother, who I'm guessing has never been mentioned before (but I imagine it may have been and it was something insignificant at the time which is why I don't remember), was surprising, and I'm guessing that will play a bigger part in the future.
"It's a good thing this isn't a popularity contest"
Agent Alina is pretty irritating and her acting sucks...it looks like she is acting like SNL or mad tv sketch....very irritating character in blacklist...
Ressler has his brother down as "Trouble" on his iPhone.