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No consensus yet.
Was there a time warp last night, or did Blindspot dump two hours of semi-coherent information into one? The nuances of the time and space continuum are a bit murky, so I'm going to go with the "too much information" option.
The characters themselves commented on the unlikelihood of it all, but that didn't make it any more believable for me... Anyway, am I the only one who thought this episode achieved new heights of nonsensicalness?
The conundrum Blindspot faces is the fact that it's never more boring than when it's focused on its mythology and Jane's origin story, which are supposed to be its biggest selling points.
In this episode, [Jane's] tentative, for seemingly no other reason except to increase narrative tension. It smacks of lazy writing; even a character with her memory erased should have some consistency.
"Sent on Tour" was another solid outing for this freshman drama.
While most of the ongoing mystery arcs aren't touched on in "Sent on Tour," Blindspot still does a decent job overall of keeping those storylines moving forward, and hopefully, next week will take us substantially further into the mystery of Daylight.