|"A Stray Howl"|
Season 1, Episode 2
|Airdate||September 28th, 2015|
|Producer||Jennifer Lence; Carl Ogawa; Alex Berger; Brendan Gall; Christina M. Kim; Kelly Van Horn; Mark Pellington; Marcos Siega; Sarah Schechter; Martin Gero; Greg Berlanti; Sarah Rath|
|Starring||Sullivan Stapleton; Jaimie Alexander; Rob Brown; Audrey Esparza; Ashley Johnson; Ukweli Roach; Marianne Jean-Baptiste|
|Next||"Eight Slim Grins"|
"A Stray Howl" is the second episode of season one of the crime drama/mystery series Blindspot. It was directed by Mark Pellington with a script written by Martin Gero. It first aired on NBC on Monday, September 28th, 2015 at 10:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Sullivan Stapleton||Kurt Weller|
|Jaimie Alexander||Jane Doe|
|Rob Brown||Edgar Reade|
|Audrey Esparza||Tasha Zapata|
|Ukweli Roach||Doctor Borden|
Guest Stars Edit
|Jordana Spiro||Sarah Weller|
|Johnny Whitworth||Ruggedly handsome man|
|Robert Eli||Major Arthur Gibson|
|Debra Monk||Colonel Powers|
|Jason Alan Carvell||Ivon Musgrave|
|Izzy Ruiz||Fire marshall|
|Logan Schuyler Smith||Sawyer|
|Madison Elizabeth Lagares||Emily|
|Jen Casey||Apt. lady|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- This episode is production code number 4X6302.
- This episode had a viewership of 9.105 million people.
- Includes a recap of the events from the pilot episode.
- Principal organization: Federal Bureau of Investigation.
- The title of this episode is an anagram for "Taylor Shaw".
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