Blindspot - Season 4 - Episode 12 - The Tale of the Book of Secrets. Beschreibung: Roman's clues lead to a billionaire hypochondriac with stem cells that could. Following the emotionally-charged season finale, Blindspot returns for its fourth season. As we learned in the finale, Jane is being poisoned by ZIP, the very drug. Episodenführer Season 4 – Nachdem Jane vergiftet wurde, ist nun das Team auf der Suche nach einem Gegenmittel. Was das gesamte Bestreben erschwert.
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Weller rails at her about all her lies, that she has the case, and why it is tattooed on Jane's body. Mayfair swears she knows nothing more, but her relationship with Weller may be beyond repair.
A flashback shows how Sofia, who was her lover, committed suicide. Meanwhile, two NYPD cops are found shot down after being connected to the scene of the shooting of a young black teen that resulted in riots.
The unit's numbered logo matches a tattoo on Jane's body. Their investigation reveals a dirty secret of the 65th precinct.
Carter demands Zapata keep delivering more information about Jane, which she is reluctant to give. Patterson decodes another tattoo that leads to a website criminals use to discuss their crimes.
They are led to a location, and a shootout with an assassin-couple ensues, which leads to the couple's death. Allison Knight, a U. Marshall, and Weller's ex-girlfriend explain there was a hack at WitSec Witness Security Program and the assassin-couple was supposed to purchase a hit list.
Weller and Jane go undercover as the assassin-couple to get the list and arrest the man selling it.
Jane and Weller are transported to the seller's island under high security and the team has to locate where Jane and Weller have been taken. Mayfair and Carter argue about Guerrero, with Carter wanting to kill him and Mayfair plotting to backdate paperwork so he can't pin Daylight on them.
However, Carter orders a janitor to kill Guerrero. Zapata is pressured by Carter to place a bug in Jane's safe house, but she doesn't.
Patterson meets with her ex-boyfriend David, who wants to reunite, but she wants to stay apart due to her high-level job.
Later, David notices a woman looking through a book of codes he and Patterson had found together and follows the woman. After following the woman into an alley, she kills him.
Mayfair meets with Carter, and he tells her to get rid of Jane since she is the last link to "Daylight". Zapata gets a "last chance" from Carter to bug Jane's apartment.
Following info from the book with a partial print, the team discovers a Russian sleeper cell. The team learns that the red-haired woman is one of them and her mission is to eliminate targets deemed unpatriotic to Russia.
They find her and take her down in a heavy fight. Later, Jane ditches her FBI handlers and waits for Weller outside his apartment where she kisses him.
She is kidnapped by Carter, who waterboards her for information, causing her to remember that he is connected to "Orion.
Oscar, the man with the tree tattoo, tells Jane that she has to trust him and that she was the one who gave the order for her to not know who she is and why she did all of this to herself.
One of Jane's tattoos leads the team to an abandoned island, where they find a commercial plane that had disappeared and was presumed lost. Once there, they are apprehended by a group of terrorists who are using the island to keep the passenger's hostage and are forcing them to create a device capable of disabling all U.
GPS satellites. Meanwhile, Chief Inspector Fischer from the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility announces to Mayfair that he will be investigating the death of Patterson's ex-boyfriend David.
Oscar tasks Jane to replace Mayfair's pen with a duplicate. When an army airborne sergeant who was thought to be dead kills three people at an army base, it is revealed that his name is tattooed on Jane's leg along with the names of four other soldiers, all presumed dead.
The team tracks him to his mother's old house and they realize that he was being experimented on by a private military contractor trying to make a super soldier.
When he is kidnapped by the doctor who experimented on him, the FBI tracks them down to a storage facility in Brooklyn and Weller is forced to shoot him when he has a gun pointed at Jane.
After a tip reveals a mole within the FBI, the team must hunt for the operative while facing extreme scrutiny from Inspector Fischer.
Fischer interrogates Mayfair and her team, probing for their deepest secrets. Fischer finds evidence that Jane's whereabouts were unaccounted for on the night of Tom Carter's disappearance and accuses her of killing him.
An FBI informant identifies Jane as the mole and Fischer arrests her. Weller, certain of Jane's innocence, roughs up the informant for more information and learns that Fischer himself is the mole.
He and his team work to free Jane and arrest Fischer. Jane breaks out of custody and kills Fischer when the latter reaches for his gun.
Reade tells Weller about his and Sarah's relationship; Weller orders him to end it. Realizing that Fischer's case against Jane was highly plausible, Reade and Mayfair begin to wonder if she killed Carter.
A furious and shaken Jane meets with Oscar, who says there is a time-sensitive tattoo on her body he needs her to decipher.
Jane declares she is done with him and leaves. A tattoo leads the team towards a massive shootout, which was a sting operation the team screwed up.
They then stumble on a suspicious death-row guilty plea and a human-trafficking ring. Unable to postpone the execution, the team needs to arrest the people involved in the smuggling ring to save the inmate.
Zapata takes the place of the next supposed victim, but is drugged and kidnapped, her tracking device removed.
Jane argues with the FBI's therapist about whether or not to leave the FBI but wants back in when she hears Zapata is in danger. The kidnappers find out that Zapata is not who they thought she was.
The dirty politicians and businessmen involved fleeing in fear of being exposed, setting the building on fire with Zapata and the other victims inside.
Zapata helps others escape but is trapped. The team gets there just in time, arresting the ring and saving Zapata. Reade is knocked out by a masked man during his investigation into Carter's death.
Jane refuses to be Oscar's asset in the FBI. Oscar warns that the people in charge will kill Weller if she doesn't cooperate. Oscar gives Jane her new assignment: to place a tracker inside the team's vehicle.
Reade wakes with a gun at his head. The masked man warns him off investigating Carter's death. Patterson solves a tattooed clue: the burning rose.
The investigation leads to a recently-robbed gallery. Weller is injured by a bomb he finds inside a sculpture. Reade and Jane search the artist's apartment but are shot at by a sniper whom Jane recognizes in flashback.
When the sniper escapes, Jane runs off as well. Weller refuses treatment until Jane is safe. As the team follows a lead, Jane learns about the sniper from Oscar.
At a shipyard, Weller's team becomes trapped in the sniper's hideout. Oscar is directed to keep Jane safe, but, needing to know Weller and the others are safe, she heads to the shipyard and is caught by the sniper.
Weller's team blast out of the trap as Jane fights the sniper. Oscar shoots the sniper and both fall into the water. Knowing Sarah is in danger, Reade wants to stop investigating Jane and has to break Sarah's heart to protect her.
At their meeting point, Jane finds Oscar alive. The sniper is also still alive. Tricia Brock. As Weller's relationship with Allie develops, his sister decides to move out of his apartment due to her anger over being dumped by Reade.
It is also Taylor's birthday and Weller gives her a pendant that belonged to her mother. When an armored truck carrying stolen Sarin gas is robbed, the team's investigation leads to a corrupt general who was selling the gas to South Korea.
When Jane gets upset at Oscar for asking her to get closer to Weller, he professes his love for her and they have sex. Meanwhile, Patterson struggles with memories of David when she gets a call confirming a reservation he had made for their first anniversary.
After some encouragement from Dr. Borden, she goes to the restaurant with David's last crossword. Speaking to a "ghost" of David, she solves the crossword, which reveals in a hidden message [a] that David had solved another tattoo before his death.
Jeff T. Patterson uses David's clues to decode another tattoo, leading her to an antiquities store where the owner suddenly kidnaps her.
When the team later learns of her disappearance and retraces her steps, they learn that her abductor is a serial killer whose powerful brother has been covering up his crimes.
After rescuing Patterson, killing her abductor, and arresting his brother, Reade comes forward to Mayfair about the threats against him.
The FBI must use the felon they put away, Rich Dotcom, to catch a criminal who is the banker for many terrorist organizations.
His idea is to stage the robbery of 12 priceless black market paintings from the professor who stole them. Later, the entire heist turns out to be a scheme for Dotcom to escape custody.
Meanwhile, Jane meets Weller's father and starts to follow Oscar's plan to pretend to remember things from her and Weller's childhoods. Mayfair's girlfriend Sofia, who was thought dead, turns out to be alive.
Zapata solves a tattoo that leads the team to Hudson University on a seemingly worthless mission to uncover scholarship fraud.
Once they arrive on campus, a shooter starts a rampage. The team splits up and eventually apprehends the perpetrators who are revealed to be former football players abused by their coach, with whom Reade is close.
The show also reveals details into the characters' lives: Weller and his relationship with his dad; Jane and her relationship with Oscar; Zapata and her gamblers anonymous meetings; and Reade getting over his breakup with Sarah and visiting his tailor.
Meanwhile, Mayfair gives Sofia money to help her flee her pursuers. Sofia refuses Mayfair's offer of protection and asks her to run away with her; Mayfair declines and sends her away.
Borden consults on the case of an autistic girl who draws extremely detailed sketches, one of which matches one of Jane's tattoos.
The girl turns out to be the daughter of the leader of a terrorist group and her sketches provide valuable intel.
When the girl's mother is murdered, the team takes her to Dr. Borden's aunt's cabin to protect her. There, they stop a group of men who come to kill her.
The girl's sketches reveal a State Department diplomat, who was funding the terrorist group, sent the men to keep her from identifying him, resulting in his arrest.
Zapata explains her suspicions about Mayfair to Reade. Jane steals data from the FBI at Oscar's request. While Mayfair is enjoying an evening out, her date, Alexandra, is murdered and an anonymous phone call warns her not to investigate Carter's death.
When the FBI office is hacked, Patterson must lead the team with analog technology to find the perpetrators and stop them from killing Reade, Sarah, and a stranger stuck in an elevator.
Meanwhile, US Attorney Weitz takes over the investigation into Alexandra's death and Mayfair realizes that he tried to recruit Zapata.
Sarah tells Reade that she's moving to Portland. Mayfair is arrested for the murder of Alexandra, who wasn't who she claimed.
Jane realizes that all of the missions she carried out for Oscar were pieces of a conspiracy to frame Mayfair. When Jane accuses Oscar of using her to get to Mayfair, Sofia appears and reveals that a pre-memory-wipe Jane recruited her into the plot to bring down Mayfair.
The team investigates the case of an abandoned baby and uncovers a ring of rogue scientists who are illegally creating genetically engineered designer children.
Mayfair breaks out of house arrest to find out who framed her. The evidence trail leads her to Oscar's hideout and Jane; however, Oscar kills her before she can expose Jane's involvement.
Mayfair's boss, Director Pellington, expels Jane from the FBI and ends all investigations involving her tattoos, but promotes Weller to fill Mayfair's position permanently.
Weller and Jane share a kiss. However, just before dying, Weller's father confesses that he did indeed kill Taylor Shaw, leaving Weller to wonder: just who is Jane Doe?
To track down Oscar, Jane enlists the help of Ana, a young hacker the team had previously saved. Weller and Sarah dig underneath the fort in their childhood home, where Bill Weller said Taylor Shaw was buried, but find nothing.
Weller realizes that "fort" referred to an old family campsite; there, he digs up Taylor's bones. Jane finally catches up to Oscar, who knocks her out and captures her.
When she awakens, he confirms she is not Taylor, explains their group's plans, and tells her that Shepherd is their leader.
As he prepares to wipe her memory again, Jane breaks free and kills him. Reade, Zapata, and Patterson search for Mayfair learning she was murdered.
Decrypting a flash drive Mayfair had hidden in her house, they discover files labeled "Daylight," "Orion," and "M7G When Jane escapes CIA custody after being tortured for three months, NSA agent Nas Kamal recruits Weller's team to recapture her.
Under interrogation, Jane explains her involvement with Oscar and the circumstances surrounding Mayfair's death. Nas reveals that Jane and Oscar were members of Sandstorm, a terrorist group, and proposes using Jane as a triple agent to infiltrate them.
Though distrustful of Jane, Weller and his team agree to the idea to avenge Mayfair. Jane has the team shoot her to provide an alibi for her disappearance and meets with Roman, a member of Sandstorm.
After treating Jane's wound, he takes her to Shepherd, Sandstorm's leader, who reveals that she is Jane's adoptive mother and that Roman is Jane's brother.
Shepherd asks Jane, whose real name is Remi, to continue acting as Sandstorm's double agent inside the FBI.
Using the NSA's resources, Patterson begins deciphering the files on Mayfair's flash drive, discovering an aerial photo of Jane lying unconscious on a battlefield.
Shepherd has a discussion with Roman about their other mole inside the FBI. Shepherd tells Jane to point the team at another tattoo which leads to them uncovering a Mexican drug cartel's plot to blow up a plane headed for LaGuardia Airport.
The foil the plan, but Nas then tells Jane that every tattoo they solve has ripple effects and unintended consequences.
They also learn that Shepherd has people inside the government, including the Department of Justice. It is revealed that Nas is secretly recording Jane's counseling sessions with Dr.
Borden asks Patterson out to dinner. Allie tells Weller that she is pregnant and offers to let him be a part of the child's life, but Weller is uncertain about the idea of fatherhood.
Reade talks to an old friend about testifying against their former football coach from season 1 and realizes that he might have been one of the man's victims.
Frantic to protect Jane, Roman drugs, and kidnaps her. Jane wakes up in Sandstorm's hideout. Suspicious of her alibi for her three months in captivity due to Cade having been in Venezuela at the time she said he was keeping her captive and torturing her, Shepherd assigns her a test: to kill an engineer who failed to design a microchip for Sandstorm.
When Jane is unable to kill the man, Roman does so instead and returns her to the FBI to await further instructions. The remainder of the team attempts to stop a sequence of bombings throughout New York.
When Weller attempts to talk to the bomber to calm him, Nas shoots the man from a distance without warning, escalating tensions between her and Weller.
Patterson and Dr. Borden share a kiss. Reade confesses to Zapata that he may have repressed memories of being molested by his former coach.
Jane returns to Sandstorm and finds that Roman told Shepherd she passed the test. She thanks Roman, who warns her that plans will be moving quickly and he will not be able to cover for her a second time.
Tormented by the possibility of his repressed memories, Reade has a mental breakdown, beating up a hacker for resisting arrest. Following a clue from one of Jane's tattoos, the team goes undercover at a museum gala where a terrorist murders two people.
The terrorist is revealed to be an ex-CIA agent whose identity was erased after she attempted to expose corruption in the CIA, her victim's corrupt agents.
The woman believes her daughter was killed, but Weller's team finds her still alive and reunites mother with daughter. At Roman's urging, Shepherd recounts her tragic early life to Jane to bind her closer to Sandstorm and their mission.
Zapata hires the hacker Reade attacked for an unspecified job. Nas shows Weller evidence that Sandstorm has been surveilling him for over twenty years.
Weller's team investigates an assassination attempt on State Senator Donahue. Evidence points to the Senator's terminally ill cousin, Patrick O'Malley, who claims the senator is the secret head of the Irish mob and arranged a fake hit on himself.
Escorted by Weller's team and Allie, he collects evidence implicating Donahue, but Donahue's men come to kill him.
In the ensuing fight, Allie is shot in the leg and O'Malley sacrifices his life to ensure her escape, as they had been friends for years.
After Donahue is arrested, Allie tells Weller that she will have to take a desk job and suggests he do the same for their baby.
Thanks to a tip from the hacker Zapata hired, Patterson decodes the M7G file, revealing emails between Mayfair and Douglas Winter, the whistleblower who exposed Orion.
Jane recovers memories of a doctor who rescued her in Afghanistan and Shepherd explains how she made it back to the US; Shepherd's story is later revealed to be a lie.
Obsessed with his former coach's alleged crimes, Reade assaults the man and breaks into his house, where he finds a videotape with his name on it.
Zapata finds Reade standing over the coach's dead body. Olatunde Osunsanmi. Despite being found at the scene of the crime, Reade insists that he didn't do it.
As the coach's murder catches Patterson's attention, Reade and Zapata desperately try to cover up everything that could get Reade labeled a suspect.
Jane joins Roman on a mission to steal a microchip for Sandstorm. While Roman keeps the security guards preoccupied, Jane tries to upload the microchip data to Patterson but decides to stop mid-upload to save Roman.
Meanwhile, Weller and Nas travel to Bulgaria in search of Douglas Winter and learn that the new deputy director of the CIA is on the same trail.
When they find Winter, he claims to have been framed, as two masked individuals planted the incriminating evidence on his laptop, and provides an audio recording of the incident.
Upon getting Winter back to the States, Patterson descrambles the voices in the recording, which Jane identifies as belonging to Shepherd and Roman.
Additionally, Weller recognizes Shepherd's voice. In a dream, Jane fights a long-haired version of herself whom she can't beat.
Later, the FBI computer system is hacked by Rich Dotcom, returned from the previous season when he escaped from the team.
Dotcom now wants FBI protection from an assassin called the Akkadian. The assassin kills two FBI agents and primes a chemical bomb in the elevator.
Reade and Zapata are arguing over a case when the Akkadian attacks them both and vanishes with an unconscious Zapata.
She is injected with a neurotoxin and the Akkadian informs the team that, in return for Dotcom, he will let them know which of three vials contains the antidote.
Weller and Dotcom create a false camera loop to set a trap for the Akkadian. Jane's memory of her dream informs her which fight moves to use to beat the Akkadian, whom Weller kills.
On the brink of death, Zapata taps Morse code on Reade's wrist to indicate which vial will cure her.
Dotcom almost escapes again but, thanks to Patterson, he and his accomplices are finally caught. Meanwhile, Roman receives information that Jane's allegiance is with the FBI.
When Jane and Weller disappear while on an undercover mission, Assistant US Attorney Weitz comes to the NY Office to investigate. He and the rest of Weller's team must piece together the conflicting testimonies of two criminals to discover what happened.
They eventually find Jane and learn that Weller left to follow the notorious arms dealer funding the mission.
When he is captured and auctioned off to the highest bidder, the team wins the auction and poses as the buyers to rescue Weller and arrest the arms dealer.
After Weitz threatens to end her career, Nas gives Patterson access to all of her data on Sandstorm. The team enjoys a baby shower for Weller and Allison's baby.
Reade helps Freddie, the coach's actual killer, leave town, while Zapata manages to return Freddie's knife to police evidence.
Roman comes to Jane's safe house and tells her he needs her by his side as phase 2 of Sandstorm's plan begins.
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Roman knocks Jane out. When she awakens, Shepherd reveals she has long known Jane is a triple agent for the FBI thanks to Sandstorm's mole, Dr.
Flashbacks reveal Borden's wife was the doctor who nursed a pre-memory wipe, Jane, back to health in Afghanistan; after she was killed by a US drone strike, Jane recruited Borden into Sandstorm.
In the present, Shepherd tells Jane she pretended phase two was underway to lure out Weller's team; when the FBI arrives at Sandstorm HQ, she detonates a bomb, trapping them in the rubble.
Shepherd orders Roman to kill Jane; when he refuses, Shepherd tries to kill both of them, but Jane and Roman escape. Weller manages to summon help and rescue his team.
While treating Roman's wounds, Jane erases his memory, hoping to give him the same second chance she had. Patterson recognizes Borden's ring, realizing he works for Sandstorm.
When she tries to arrest him, he fights back and a shot rings out; it is not shown who was hit. The shot is revealed to have hit Patterson and, although she survives, she is captured by Borden and tortured for information by Shepherd.
An amnesiac Roman escapes Jane's custody and is later rescued from Sandstorm's men by Jane and Weller. The FBI interrogates him for clues on Patterson's location, but he remembers nothing.
Zapata finds a coded message from a Sandstorm operative, which leads the FBI to Borden's location. Director Pellington removes Nas from the FBI for ordering the failed raid on Sandstorm.
The FBI rescues Patterson just before she would be killed, but Borden escapes. Reade makes romantic advances towards Zapata which are rejected.
Pellington orders Roman be turned over to the CIA for further questioning, but relents and also reinstates Nas after Weller threatens to resign.
Patterson cracks an encrypted phone and discovers a rough draft of Jane's tattoos that includes a mysterious tattoo not present on Jane's body. When terrorist leader Anton Stepulov enters the US, Weller's team investigates.
They learn he has been brought to the US by CIA Deputy Director Keaton to give information on a terrorist attack in exchange for a heart transplant for his son.
Stepulov's son dies during the operation and the FBI is forced to stop the attack without his help. They deduce that the target of the attack is a high school basketball tournament where Keaton's daughter, Erin, is playing.
Stepulov's men kidnap Erin and hold her hostage, but she is rescued by Weller and Keaton and the attack is foiled. Allie tells Weller that she is considering moving to Colorado with their child.
Nas brings in a psychiatrist to evaluate Roman and she concludes that he lacks empathy. Patterson solves the puzzle of the missing tattoo: it leads to Kat Jarrett, a member of a biker gang, who has an unknown link to Roman.
Jane and Roman go undercover to infiltrate Kat Jarrett's biker gang, the Viper Kings. After Roman sees Kat, he remembers they were romantically involved and planned to run away together, but Remi forced him to abandon her.
Jane and Roman arrange a fake heist to provide the Kings with explosives which they will sell to Sandstorm, giving the FBI a chance to arrest Shepherd.
After the heist is successful, a suspicious Kat accuses Roman and Jane of working with the police; Roman confesses but claims he only did it to be with Kat.
Kat helps him and Jane escape the Kings, but is fatally shot, professing her love for Roman with her dying breath. The FBI raids the meeting between the Kings and Sandstorm but finds Shepherd has already left with the explosives.
Because of this, Nas breaks up with Weller, feeling their relationship is clouding their professional judgment.
Jane recognizes Shepherd in a photo from Weller's old high school yearbook and Weller remembers who Shepherd is. Visiting his old military academy, Weller learns Shepherd's real name, Ellen Briggs, and that she funded his education.
Weller's team investigates Jared Wisnewski, leader of a group of anti-government farmers planning a bomb attack, learning Wisnewski is an FBI informant who was entrapped by Agent Boyd.
Weller allows Wisnewski to meet with his co-conspirators so the FBI can arrest them, but Wisnewski is shot and one of the conspirators escapes, planning an attack on a new target.
Weller fires Boyd and his team manages to avert the attack. Weller interrogates Sean Clarke, a former colleague of Shepherd's who is disabled from a stroke, about Shepherd, but Clarke only rambles about baseball.
Later, Patterson discovers Clarke blocked the promotion of Weller's on Shepherd's orders and Weller realizes Clarke's "ramblings" were a coded message.
Weller considers his priorities. Zapata and Reade try to navigate their living situation. Patterson explores a budding interest.
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