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NBC continues the action-packed Season 4 drama of Blindspot, Episode 2: My Art Project, starring Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton. After the shocking events of Season 3, will Kurt Weller (Stapleton) solve the mystery tattoos before its too late for Jane Doe (Alexander)?
In the flashback, about 30 years ago, two men are chiseling away at a giant sculpting project. The sculpture they are working on is actually working on is a giant map of the entire world. The project they are working on is called, “Zero Division.”
Elsewhere, Jane and Patterson (Ashley Johnson)’s investigation into a tattoo leads towards a Russian double agent. Because the tattoo involves the art world, Rich Dotcom (Ennis Esmer) has to quickly call in his ex-boyfriend Boston. While Rich and Boston compete, Jane and Patterson end up going on mission where they end up being gassed.
Before the mission takes place, Weller catches Jane taking photos of the wanted terrorist. Remi pretends she is losing her short-term memory and finds it hard to remember faces. She calls out on Weller, who’s not ready to be even back on the field.
While Patterson is knocked out from the gas, Remi tries to stall and speaks with the terrorist. He is the only person who has the necessary data she needs in the external hard drive. While pretending to be taken hostage, Remi decides to let Weller kill the terrorist and signals him to take the kill shot.
Right in front of Zapata (Audrey Esparza), Madeline Burke (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) kills the last remaining person loyal to Crawford. Madeline leaves Zapata alone to clean up the bloody mess and get rid of the body. Zapata leaves the only witness to the crime, a little girl, alive for the police to find.
Reade (Rob Brown) doesn’t want to believe the news about Tasha’s death. Rich tries to convince him that she died in the plane crash. He wants confirmation that she’s dead.
While Roman (Luke Mitchell) pleads her to do so, Remi contemplates about injecting Kurt Weller with the poison.
Blindspot continues on NBC Fridays at 8pm.