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Blindspot TV Show Review, Season 3, Episode 6 - Jaimie Alexander’s Spiral Descent

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I must say the storylines of Blindspot are quite creative.  Blindspot, Season 3, Episode 6 involves the use of a movie set, complete with actors, etc. as one of the backdrops of the action and a warehouse for the fighting parts of the show.  Once again, poor Jaimie Alexander’s Jane Doe character seems to be more of decorative feature i.e. like wall paper instead of the star actor.

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Blindspot Season 3, Episode 6 revolves mostly around her husband and her brother.  If my focus on reviewing this TV show was not based on how Jaimie Alexander is being treated as the star,  I would rate this episode higher than I did.  But the main reason I’m watching this TV show is to gauge if the show centers around Jaimie Alexander as a female action star.  Even the comic relief actor has more lines in this episode than Jaimie Alexander.  I thought it was interesting how her husband and another FBI agent (still not Jaimie Alexander) were able to crack a safe and find key words with the comic relief actor providing most of the clues.

There are plenty of twists and turns to keep your interest; however, nothing that focuses on Jaimie Alexander’s character specifically except for the take on if she wants to meet a “relative” of hers.

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However, all is not lost.  You have to wait for this but in this episode Jaimie Alexander shows off her fighting and defense skills when faced with enemies.  Even during her fight scenes in the TV show, I got the impression she could be an extra on the show, instead of the main star.  She was taking orders from her husband and was really always on the tail end of the action.  It was as if she had to ask permission from her husband where to stand when she performed her fights.

By the way, her brother is in this episode as  another side story, but his actions are now predictable; meaning, if he does anything for the good, you can believe that something sinister is behind it.  Nothing new here.

Since Jaimie Alexander’s role is an “extra” on her own TV show instead of the star --  the rating of the show goes down from last week. Based on a rating of 1 star to 5 stars with 5 stars being the best, I rate Blindspot, Season 3, Episode 6 -- two (2) stars.

 

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