The 100th—and final—episode of Blindspot was filled with good and bad news and may have left you wondering exactly how it all ended. While Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) was exposed to ZIP, forensic scientist Patterson (Ashley Johnson) had created an antidote, so her mind wasn't erased (again).
Kurt Weller to his team. Almost two years after Jane and the team stopped Sandstorm, Roman, Jane's younger brother, tattooed her body again with bioluminiscent tattoos this time, gathering the team back together to solve the new mysteries.
Weller attempting to save Avery. Disobeying Weller's orders, Avery walked into the dry cleaner store and was shot on the abdomen by Weller who later realized about his mistake. He left Avery's body on the floor in order to save his life.
Jane Doe. Jane and Weller got married at an undetermined time after the events of the second season's season finale, however they got separated also at an undetermined period of time for unknown reasons where Jane presumably flew the country to protect her husband.
Roman Briggs is the official name given to Ian Kruger after he was adopted by Ellen Briggs, he was Jane Doe's biological brother and a former member of the terrorist organization Sandstorm.
Jane was transformed into Taylor Shaw's genetic duplicate. Rather than being a clone, Jane may have been an African person who was somehow mutated into a replica of Taylor Shaw. Hence why her DNA matches Shaw's — or rather, it does now — but the tooth shows she was born in Africa. Taylor Shaw was born in Africa.
Bethany was conceived shortly after Jane Doe was arrested and taken to a black site by the CIA. Her mother, Allison Knight, kept her pregnancy a secret before giving the news to Kurt Weller, who took some time to think it over before agreeing to be a part of the child's life.
When DNA tests confirmed her identity as Taylor, it meant a huge revelation for Jane and Kurt, his sister Sarah and his father Bill, who was accused of kidnapping and murdering Taylor.
Jane Doe is Alice Kruger. Jane, as we learned in the premiere, was born in South Africa, as was her brother, Roman (Luke Mitchell). ... Jane's name was originally Alice Kruger, but she changed it to Remi (more scoop on that here) to put her past behind her.
Weller and Jane kissed, and they disarmed the bomb before the latter collapsed to the ground. Although paramedics arrived on the scene, they were too late to heal her. The ZIP took over Jane's body, and she died.
After breaking into her apartment, Marcos explains to Jane that they were trained to avoid detection; in that moment she retrieves the memory of her time as Remi while she bandaged Marcos's arm.
Bill Weller was the father of Sarah and Kurt Weller, as well as the killer of Taylor Shaw.
By hour's end, Jane decided to leave Weller, despondent because she'll never even get to meet her daughter and angry because Weller kept the truth from her. “They're both heartbroken,” executive producer Martin Gero tells EW of the breakup. “But right now, Jane just can't get over that Weller kept this from her.
Jeller are parents to daughters: Jane's daughter Avery Drabkin born in July of 1999, during a flashback scene of third season. Kurt's daughter Bethany Weller born in summer of 2017, off-screen of second season.
After meeting Rafael and hearing his situation, she agrees to carry the baby full term and turn over custody to him and his wife Petra, but only if she is sure her baby will be safe and loved with them. ... Jane ends up having a baby boy named Mateo Gloriano Rogelio Solano Villanueva.
Turns out Zapata is pregnant, and yes, Reade is the father. It was a bittersweet reveal to be sure, as Blindspot viewers instantly realized Reade will never know his child and vice versa. ... Zapata only told the news of her pregnancy to Rich, and he was sworn to secrecy until she was ready to tell the rest of the team.
Sanders as Bill Weller (seasons 1 & 5), Kurt and Sarah's father. He was accused of kidnapping and killing Taylor Shaw because he lied about his alibi.
Blindspot viewers were shown two endings after Weller and Jane (who used her recent ZIP exposure to help her solve the case) disarmed the ZIP bomb in Times Square. In one reality, the two got their happy ending, fostered a bunch of kids, and everyone had come over for a family dinner of sorts.
Shepherd was revealed to be Ellen Briggs, a high ranking military general who took a real interest in Weller's education. She not only encouraged Weller to stay in his cadet program, but she secretly funded his tuition.
During the season finale, Roman (Luke Mitchell) led Crawford to South Africa, where he revealed his true nature: Roman had been systematically tearing Crawford's life apart because Hank was the man who founded the orphanage that turned Remi and Roman into child soldiers.
Reade and Zapata finally get together as they realize that there will be no perfect time. Ironically, the drone strike happens, and they managed to get underground right before it strikes.
Allie decided to end the relationship due to Kurt's feelings towards Jane. Allison fell pregnant with Kurt's baby, Bethany Weller, after spending some time together three months before the events of the Season 2 premiere.
Mayfair escaped house arrest to track down those responsible for framing her and came face-to-face with Jane. But before Mayfair could lash out against her, Oscar shot Mayfair in the back, and she died. (EW was on set for Mayfair's bloody end and has an exclusive postmortem with Jean-Baptiste here.)
We warned you the Blindspot finale would include a shocking discovery. After his father's deathbed confession that he killed Taylor Shaw, Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) dug up his childhood backyard. No body there. But Weller did find her body under their old campsite, meaning Jane Doe isn't really Taylor Shaw.