'Blindspot' Season 2 Episode 6 Updates & Spoilers: Kurt Digs Out Mayfair’s Files

By Joyce Vega - 18 Oct '16 22:19PM

“Blindspot” Season 2 Episode Six hits the screens with a lot of action, drama, surprises and even trans-continental flights, as Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and Nas (Archie Panjabi) chase a whistleblower to the heart of the Balkans – Bulgaria.

Other interesting updates on “Blindspot” Season 2 Episode 6 shared by Movie News Guide, is that the characters of the series will keep on uncovering the mysteries of Mayfair’s files, with the reveal of Douglas Winter (PJ Byrne) who holds crucial information on the Black Hole file and the secrets embedded in it.
PJ Byrne himself has been described as the funniest performer since Rich Dot Com.

Series’ writer Martin Gero explained that Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) is very much attached to the Mayfair Files as the last connection to his former boss. It becomes a personal mission to the agent to decode the files.

Once that the purpose of the Black Hole file has been revealed, Weller will become more and more obsessed with uncovering all the secrets behind it and tracking down the people responsible. During this time Jane (Jaimie Alexander) with her brother, Roman (Luke Mitchell), in a Sandstorm mission. Reade (Rob Brown) and Zapata (Audrey Esparza) will deal with a still unknown urgent matter.

Entertainment Weekly shares some more info on the character of Douglas Winter.
Gero has officially confirmed, that Winter is the mystery man connected to the Black Hole file and the Mayfair files. His appearance is expected in “Blindspot” Season 2 Episode 6, and Gero himself confirmed that the character will have some pretty humorous qualities.

In the meantime, Rich Dotcom will be back in the role of Ennis Esmer delivering his usual charm and appeal to the public. Sad news are that the fans of the series will have to wait a week more to see him back into action. “Blindspot” Season 2 Episode 6 is expected to come on October 26, on NBC.

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