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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    That's a tough one.....Spader or Cranston........man, that's tough. There are both great. It's odd Spader is not in. Didn't he win for his previous show? I can't recall the name, but it was about him and the guy from Star Trek.

    This the last time that Bryan will be eligible for Breaking Bad so he may get the nod. However, he did win it last time, so who knows. BB was so beautifully written, directed, and acted, that I always lien toward it for the win.
    Boston Legal. That was very good as well
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    Re: The Blacklist

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    The Blacklist is BACK on Monday, Sept 22nd!!!!

    The Blacklist | NBC
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    Quote Originally Posted by momrek06 View Post
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    The Blacklist is BACK on Monday, Sept 22nd!!!!

    The Blacklist | NBC
    I know, bring on Red!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I'm set up to DVR it, so I can watch it more than once. I am still quite unhappy that James Spader was passed over for an Emmy nomination; I can't see anyone else playing that part.
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    Re: The Blacklist

    I'm excited that Paul Reubens (Pee Wee Herman) will play a villainous role on Season 2!

    Paul Reubens to play bad on 'The Blacklist' | Inside TV | EW.com

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    I'm excited that Paul Reubens (Pee Wee Herman) will play a villainous role on Season 2!

    Paul Reubens to play bad on 'The Blacklist' | Inside TV | EW.com
    That sounds interesting~~
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    I've never been a PeeWee Herman fan, but these two characters could be an interesting mix.
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    I think Paul Reubens will bring a villian to life in a fun and unexpected way. Aside from the PeeWee character, I've always gotten a kick out of him in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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    Re: The Blacklist

    Newbie viewer here, binge watching via Netflix. Have watched 6 epi's so far. I have a question re the wooden box that was hidden under the floorboard, under their carpet. Last I remembered, the wife put it back. If the hubby is innocent, then how in the world did he find it? There would absolutely be NO way he would have accidentally came upon it (like the wife did). Spoilers are ok in answering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyfat101 View Post
    Newbie viewer here, binge watching via Netflix. Have watched 6 epi's so far. I have a question re the wooden box that was hidden under the floorboard, under their carpet. Last I remembered, the wife put it back. If the hubby is innocent, then how in the world did he find it? There would absolutely be NO way he would have accidentally came upon it (like the wife did). Spoilers are ok in answering.
    You said spoilers are okay, so hopefully you mean it. Hubby is not innocent.
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