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Blindspot - Episode 2.04 - If Beth - Promo, Sneak Peek, Interview, Promotional Photos & Press Release



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"BLINDSPOT"
"IF BETH"


10/05/2016 (08:00PM - 09:00PM) (Wednesday) : ASSASSIN AT A MUSEUM GALA - - Nas (Archie Panjabi) and Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) navigate their new dynamic as co-leaders during the team's hunt for a museum gala assassin, who turns out turns out to be harboring a dark secret; Jane (Jaimie Alexander) starts to see a softer side of her old organization.

Also starring Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach, Luke Mitchell and Michelle Hurd. Guest starring Trieste Kelly Dunn.
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Promo & Post Mortem Interview



He threatens to find her rabbit and make him bleed. Is he referring to Weller?

How crazy is that? [Laughs.] I think you can read into that what you want. I think what that is about — or certainly how I played it — is he’s not threatening any one person. The rabbit is a metaphor for weakness. It certainly was for Roman in the story. He couldn’t do it. It was such a representation of who he is, essentially, underneath all that rage and scar tissue. I think that was a moment of Roman proving to himself and proving to Jane that he’s stronger than he’s ever been before, and he’s not kidding around. Even though he loves her and she’s his sister, he needs to let her know that things are really serious. The thing is, with these two, Jane has always been No. 1, and Roman has always been No. 2. He’s always had to try and prove himself. He’s never been good enough and certainly never been good enough in the eyes of Shepherd, at least by comparison to Jane. This is a moment where he’s stepping up and also trying to convince himself that he’s good enough to do whatever is necessary to get Remi back.

How does that uncertainty start to affect him? Does that make him spiral further or become more unhinged as he’s unsure of where Remi’s loyalty lies?

I don’t know about more unhinged. He’s pretty unhinged as it is. That’s definitely a driving force for him. He’ll fall back on: “We erased her memory, we did this to her. If we hadn’t of done that, then we wouldn’t be in this predicament. But we did do this.” By “we,” he’s really saying Shepherd, because he didn’t have a say in it. That’s his fall back for anytime that his doubt gets a little too much. “Put yourself in her shoes; of course it’s not going to be instantaneous and she’s going to come straight back to us. She’s got to figure a lot of things out.”

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