Last week, Elizabeth Keen and Raymond "Red" Reddington were hanging out in a detention facility casually taking down a blacklister (as ya do) when they were hit with a round of explosives ordered by the sinister folks at the NCS.
Justin Voel-Pel, the star of the unforgettable Season 2 ep “Artis & Jess,” the sweaty online dating vigilante guy? Anyway, Justin has been the hobby of my career, which has otherwise consisted of social media hoaxes and bewbs.
I investigated him tirelessly in 2013, and all of that hard work paid off when Justin himself recognized said hard work and reached out to me for an exclusive interview.
(Ruby is not technologically savvy, so she needed a hand.) Just FYI, Ruby's dislikes are Satan, demons, and cilantro: Season 2, Episode 12 "Old Digger" Dre doesn't want to meet Ruby's new beau, Davis.
Dre is looking for some company in his misery, so he breaks the news to Pops that Ruby's back in the dating pool, Pops breaks the news to Dre: She's been dating for years.
He’s been ambiguous in his responses at best, probably because of a non-disclosure the length of his arm that MTV had him sign.
But now it’s a year later, and both Justin and Artis are feeling pretty burned by their experience with .
Rachel starts going out with Russ, a guy who is in every way the identical copy of Ross.
Everyone sees this in him, except for her and Ross, who classifies him as a complete jerk.
When Monica points this out to him, he quits drinking, but his new, not-so-funny stories bring out a more serious problem in him - he's only funny when he drinks.
Monica doesn't want to be with creepy, sober, serious Bobby, but at the same time she can't let him fall off the wagon, so she starts drinking herself.
These folks waste no time trying to track down Liz, and while Reddington goes about things his own special way (more on that in a moment), Ressler and Samar jet-set to Alaska and find out that Braxton was given pharmaceuticals by a med student named Wilson Bishop.