We appreciate Susan Blommaert and the work she performed on The Blacklist Show. It was difficult for to her resurrect! The Blacklist show has already played us for fools with phoney deaths in the past. We got the impression that the safety situation was intended to set up a new narrative and mystery for Red to unravel. We already know that The Blacklist season 9 has woven a tangled web. So, let’s find out In season 9, is Mr. Kaplan actually dead? Is it conceivable that this character is still alive?
In The Blacklist season 9 episode 17, Heinrich Zimmerstahl claims to have built a second safe for a woman claiming to be Raymond’s agent. Mr. Kaplan was the caller. When it was revealed at the end of episode 17 that Kaplan was working on a second safe for Reddington’s paperwork his collection of discs was meant to help Liz through the process of controlling her business someday. In The Blacklist season 9 episode 18, Despite plunging into the Potomac, Red, and Marvin wonder if Kate Kaplan is still alive. Raymond and Weecha travel to West Virginia to interrogate Kate’s sister, Maureen Rowan (Susan Pellegrino). She suggests that he speak with Clara Moore, Kate’s lover at the time of her death.
Clara (Winsome Brown) didn’t hear of Kaplan’s return until two days ago, according to Brimley. Clara received a note from her mother instructing her to meet her at an abandoned building that night. Red calls Cooper and tells him everything about Kaplan, and the two of them walk to the building together. From the building’s window, Red notices Mr. Kaplan, who appears to be alive. Weecha and his guys make the decision to go in and get Kaplan. The building suddenly explodes.
we can’t say for sure, but it appears to be Maureen as well. This entire situation has a shady vibe about it. After Red visits Maureen, who is very possibly the most lovable character ever, Kaplan contacts Clara a few days later, After Maureen revealed her name to Red. we believe Maureen knows more about Kaplan’s criminal past than she is letting on. Kaplan could be alive, or they’re making Red believe she is to confuse him even more. Regardless of who is playing Red, he is fully aware of what Kaplan has done, and his greatest regret, aside from Liz’s death, is letting his friendship with Kaplan deteriorate. They’re playing on his guilt, and we are interested to see how this develops.