From the first scene to the very final seconds, the drama in “Blind Spot" is at an all-time high. With an episode jam-packed with jaw-dropping moments, it’s nearly impossible to pick the five best. Relive the newest Colony by looking back at the night's most shocking moments.
PLAYING BOTH SIDES
If you were ever curious to experience a raid from the perspective of a Redhat, the intro of this week’s Colony episode is perfect for you. Follow Redhats as they drive through Los Angeles and raid a high school. And the drama doesn't end there; we see a very familiar and surprising face amongst the Redhat army.
UP IN FLAMES
Katie’s quiet moment looking at a favorite family photo of all of the Bowmans, including Charlie, comes to a crashing halt when a Molotov cocktail is thrown into her living room. As she puts out the fire, Katie realizes that the decisions that she and Will are making will continue to place her family in some very serious danger.
LOOK FOR THE CLUES
After the Redhats investigate the bombing at the Bowman house, they discover that Bram had been recording Geronimo’s speeches and, as Will points out, this is an offense so serious that people have been sent to the Factory for less. Bram shows Will the secret code that he cracked that the Resistance uses on their propaganda posters to publicize Geronimo’s speeches.
YOU WORK FOR ME NOW
Phyllis is waiting for Katie at the Yonk, and over a drink, she opens up about her husband and why he reminds her so much of Will. At the end of this conversation, Phyllis reveals that her surveillance has shown that Katie is working for the Resistance, which Katie immediately realizes will put the whole family at risk unless she works for Phyllis.
PHYLLIS GOES HOME
In the shocking final scene of the episode, Phyllis experiences a rare tender moment as she cares for her sick husband Ed. This comes to an abrupt end when we see Broussard enter her home and swiftly shoot both Phyllis and her husband at point-blank range.