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On Wednesday's finale of The Blacklist, Liz Keen (Megan Boone) with whom Liz has had a roller-coaster relationship these past five seasons? the inner double agent within her to work the system and work Reddington to. While it seems that he IS in fact her father, due to DNA testing, etc I still think it's possible that he isn't. The thing that made me think Red might not be her father. Tom Keen was a main character in the NBC series The Blacklist and a him to say that he does not have any doubts about their relationship or the adoption. . Reddington and Agent Ressler go to Germany to locate Tom and convince him to .

Look, they could be anyone, right?

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These bones are a key to unlocking everything, and Red is not ready for that yet. Can these DNA results actually be trusted given where they came from? So yes, I think we should trust that. How does knowing that these bones are out there affect Red?

Kaplan was his most trusted confidante, knew deep truths.

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Even now, her death presents a catastrophic problem. How will this change Liz going into next season now knowing who Red is to her? So I would expect her to explore that darker side that is in her blood. How will the team react to this news? Remember, Julian Gale is still out there with his investigation of the task force. Is this still a possibility considering the twist that you have in store for us?

That makes me smile. There is a big camp that [believes the] Raymond Reddington imposter theory, that Red is not who he says he is.

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This season, we have really motored ahead. Some episodes were heavy in that mythology than others. Kaplan episode was certainly an episode that had a lot of big moves in it. This last episode has some big moves. Will Dom play a bigger role next season? He definitely is part of the landscape and occupies an important space. You see that play out on screen.

He is somebody who obviously does not like Reddington. They have a fraught relationship. And can you talk about the reason why she went over the bridge? Even with her dead, her plan is marching forward.

That was the most compelling thing, that she was willing to die to carry out the promise that she had made all these years ago to keep Liz safe. And so is she really dead? It would be hard to bring her back, but with that said, I love Susan Blommaert so much. We blew up Alan Alda, who is a TV legend. Sometimes you have to listen to the show and where it wants to go. That was a really hard death in the show, and this one as well. If we were smart enough to find a way to bring her back that felt real, fantastic, but I think her tombstone has been written.

Circling back to the task force, Laurel Hitchin dies right after closing the investigation. Will that raise some red flags? That depends on how her death is handled. Prescott gets rid of her body. She has some skills that are a little bit on the dark side.

That's a very interesting character to explore and to follow into the next season. How does Liz's end goal change now that she has this piece of intel on Fake Red?

I don't think she knows yet.

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I don't think she knows enough to have a well-informed agenda just yet. That's part of the promise of season six -- taking this bombshell, stepping back, looking at every possible angle and trying to figure out the best, most clever way forward. To the extent that that involves Jennifer, to the extent that that involves the task force and what they might know and how much uses and bends the law to get what she needs, she's in a position to become a strong and formidable character.

That's something Reddington should be concerned about. And if I can just mention, you had said Fake Red before. It's worth pointing out, this is the same guy we met in the pilot, the same character, the same charisma, the same strange sense of humor. In a way, nothing changes and yet, it all changes. I think that's important for the audience to know. I don't think James Spader is going anywhere. It's only going to get more interesting.

Alright, can you help confirm the micro details of the twist? Yes, those are the bones of the real Raymond Reddington -- naval officer, the father of Elizabeth Keen, yes. Yes, somewhere in the distant past. Liz said at the end of season two, "I was there that night.

I shot my father. I killed my father," and that is true. These are little bits and pieces of the truth coming together to complete this puzzle. But yes, those were the bones of Raymond Reddington who were burned and destroyed in tonight's episode. And the true identity of James Spader's character is a season six mystery, I imagine?

agent keen and reddington relationship

Do you have the whole backstory and true identity set for him? How are you planning on parsing out that information? We do have that ultimate answer and hopefully, it takes us a long time to get there. But slowly is how we're going to get there.

agent keen and reddington relationship

Why did you want to resurrect Tom for that moment? We thought it was important to have Tom there to embody and represent just how far Liz Keen has come and just how much she's lost. It gave us context and helps us remember that he was murdered this season because of this bag of bones.

I thought it was a very nice way to bring them back together, which I think is sweet, and yet to give it some real weight to see what she's lost. Megan did a fantastic job portraying that, seeing how broken and angry she felt standing there talking to the ghost of her husband and realizing that everything she's gone through and what a betrayal she feels.

I thought it was nice to have Tom there and Ryan back for that moment, which is really a moment of power for her. It felt like the right thing to do. It's tragic that one of the only people Liz can talk to is Tom. She's learned a lot from him and she's been through a lot, good and bad, that influenced who she's become.

So it was important that he was there. How key is Jennifer's involvement moving forward?