Split the Law

After a seemingly straightforward hostage situation turns out to have deeper international implications, the CIA and FBI find themselves racing against each other to apprehend the same criminal with a dark history. Carter expresses concern about Jane's trustworthiness, causing friction with Mayfair and testing Reade's loyalty to the team. Meeting Weller's family proves overwhelming for Jane as she grapples with her identity.

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Episode Discussion

gjuniorX posted 3 years ago

I for one am enjoying this show,it's not great,but good & far as Jaimie Alexander being a horrible actor I don't agree,I think she is playing the part as a confused woman who has lost her total identity and does not know how to react or what to do in most situations she is in unless her life is in danger & far as CIA corruption I am not sure it's that as much as it is something between Bethany Mayfair & Thomas Carter in something deeper then CIA or Jane would likely already be dead you would think..I am continuing to watch this series,like the action especially when Jane kicks ass..

pentar posted 3 years ago

The CIA is corrupt and evil thing is getting tiresome from Hollywood. And Weller is acting like a love-struck teenager, very annoying. I find myself in complete agreement with Reade's character.

JuanArango posted 3 years ago

I think you are all being a bit too harsh on her. I agree she is not acting top notch, but its still standard. The rest of the cast and the stories make this a good show tho.

teros posted 3 years ago

I agree, she seems to be out of pace contrary to the rest of the cast which does a great job. She lacks the nerve and the commitment to her role. Oh well, let's see if that's gonna change in the next episodes...

Thomas posted 3 years ago

Blindspot is good so far, but as Hanii said, not so fan of Jaimie though

Hanii posted 3 years ago

I'm just going to come out and say it, Jaimie Alexander is terrible and I feel like she ruins the show... I first thought it was bad writing, but no, its her.

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