Spoiler warning: Don’t read on unless you have seen “Blindspot” episode 109, titled “Authentic Flirt.” The ninth episode of NBC’s “Blindspot” came with some humor, as the writers got cheeky and made the puzzle-of-the-week an actual anagram, also offering a shout-out to wordplay-loving chef Wylie Dufresne.
See More: Lou Diamond Phillips on Returning to ‘Blindspot’ Below, “Blindspot” creator Martin Gero defends the writers’ choice to take away the sweet, innocent David (whom we didn’t trust until it was too late). It sets off a chain of events that ripples through the next little chunk of the season and the focus of the next episode is trying to find out who did this to him.
He also talks about what a certain new character means for Weller’s (Sullivan Stapleton) love life and whether Zapata (Audrey Esparza) may be able to breathe a little easier now that Guerrero is out of the picture. It was an important reminder that these tattoos are extraordinarily dangerous.
On a show like this when you have mortal jeopardy every week, people have to do die otherwise the show stops being credible. For us, part of the fun of the show is people are going to die.
We’re also led to believe that Saul Guerrero is dead … It is a dangerous, dangerous thing that they’re doing and it helps the show maintain an air of unpredictability.
There’s always a chance that’s the case, but we haven’t really developed one of them enough yet.
Trieste Kelly Dunn stars in "Banshee" on Cinemax as Deputy Siobhan Kelly.
She previously starred as Molly Mc Connell on FOX's "Canterbury's Law." Trieste Kelly Dunn studied theater at the North Carolina School of the Arts, where she showcased her talent in a plethora of roles in productions such as "Twelfth Night," "The Italian American Reconciliation" and "The Living." Dunn starred in "What's Not to Love" on cable.
Her additional television credits include "Law & Order: Special Vicitims Unit" and "Dawson's Creek." She has also been seen in the feature films "United 93," "Building Girl," "Little Chicago," "Mysterious Skin" and "The Cold Hard Truth." Born in Wilmington, North Carolina, Dunn currently lives in New York.
Now that Saul Guerrero is not with us anymore, does that mean Carter might leave Zapata alone?