Everything We Know About Nbc's Blindspot So Far [Spoilers]
Blindspot’s pilot episode was leaked a month ago. What do we know about the Blindspot series so far?
We've gotten you all hyped with the tattoo-heavy plot of NBC's freshest series, Blindspot. With the premiere date a good couple weeks ahead, it's only getting us excited to see a heavily-tattooed main character in a TV show packed with mystery and action. While we're all waiting for our favorite series to kick off with a new season, we'll be giving Blindspot a try if it would soon be among the TV shows that have kept us from having a social life since Netflix was invented.
The pilot started out with the first detail we found out about the story; a duffel bag left in the middle of a populated street which alarmed authorities.
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Then you see a tag like this. Nope, not alarmed. Not alarmed at all.
Is it a bomb? Is it Anthrax? Is it a dead body? Drugs?
HOLY SHIT, A FUCKING ARM JUST—
That's when we first got a good glance at the terrified and cold Jaimie Alexander.
My first thought was how Jaimie looked a lot like Underworld's Kate Beckinsale.
We also got a peak of the tattoos where the story will unfold from.
Enter FBI Agent Kurt Weller who just got a very important call, demanding his presence at the headquarters.
Oh, that's why.
He has to know why the f-ck was his name tattooed on a girl he's never even met.
Meanwhile, our Jane Doe was up for a lot of things.
‘So sick of this shit.’ Jane demanded answers; exhausted from all the probing.
That's when things got a little too intimate during her first conversation with Agent Weller. Is it to early to ship yet?
Later on, a tattoo behind the ear of Jane Doe caught their attention.
That's when they found out that Jane can read the foreign characters—which were revealed to be Wenzhounese, a dialect from southeast China. Thing is, Wenzhounese was thought to be so complicated that it was even used for codes during the World War II. It's even nicknamed the ‘Devil Language’ A popular Chinese saying puts the language this way: “Do not fear the Heavens, do not fear the Earth, but fear the Wenzhou man speaking Wenzhounese.”
This led them to an apartment in a Chinese community where Jane hopes to get a clue about her identity.
That's when Jane found out that she has some bad-ass fighting skills.
Soon, the FBI found themselves in a stick situation.
The chase led them to the Mother of Exiles.
The woman knows how to pull a trigger—and get a good aim.
Jane suddenly got a vision that was literally triggered by the incident.
Later on, we saw how close Agent Weller and Jane Doe have been getting.
Back in the headquarters, Agent Bethany might just have discovered the next puzzle piece when she found out that her FBI number was tattooed on their Jane Doe.
That's it. It's a ship.
Meanwhile, a mysterious man who seem to know exactly who Jane Doe is reveals a shocking revelation that got us counting days until the show officially airs this month.
Blindspot premieres on Monday, September 21 at 10pm.