‘Blindspot’ Spoilers: Dangers Ahead; Meaning of Two Tattoos Revealed

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
‘Blindspot’ Spoilers: Dangers Ahead; Meaning of Two Tattoos Revealed

“Blindspot” kicked off last Monday with a whole smorgasbord of mysteries, which, hopefully, some of which will be answered by the time that the first season ends. However, before that happens, according to the promotional video of the upcoming episode, “Blindspot” Season 1 Episode 2 “A Stray Howl,” Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) and FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), will still have to still go through several harrowing experiences, which in turn, is watched by the man (Johnny Whitworth) who trained Jane, who seems to be watching over her.

Also, just recently, executive producer Martin Gero revealed two interesting clues regarding some of the tattoos on Jane’s body. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for “Blindspot” Season 1 Episode 2 “A Stray Howl” and will contain spoilers regarding Jane’s tattoos. Read on to learn more about the second episode and Jane’s mysterious tattoos.

Recently, Spoiler TV released a new sneak peek as to what to expect from the second episode of the series.

Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) walked out of a building, in shock, and surveyed the damage inflicted around her by a bomb blast.

As she looked around, she suddenly remembered the man who had trained her, and whom she had remembered in the last moments of the first episode, portrayed by Johnny Whitworth; and it was also shown that he had been watching them from a distance.


After a while, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) came out, and surveyed the street behind Jane, looking just as bad as she was.

The two were unharmed, but it was clear to see that they both had been affected, physically, by the bomb blast.

Aside from this, it was recently learned by Entertainment Weekly, who talked to executive producer Martin Gero, that the last scene in the premiere episode, in which Jane agreed to subject herself to the drug that turned herself into an amnesiac, and in which she agreed to have herself tattoed over, might have more to it than what the audience might initially think.

Of course, why she agreed to do this in the first place, will be explored in season one.

Also, in another  interview that Entertainment Weekly had with  Gero, it was discovered that the tattoos all over her body all mean something, and that each tattoo has a purpose.

The puzzle obsessed Gero also mentioned that they had even consulted a puzzle expert from “The New York Times,” named David Kwong, to make sure that the clues presented would be able to be solved by viewers and fans of the series.

He also mentioned that some clues have double meanings, such as the two leaves overlapping each other behind Jane’s left knee, which according to the executive producer, points to a place that will be featured in the fourth episode.


Also, the tattoo on Jane’s right thigh, which is a series of random letters and numbers, are a clue pointing towards a person, and hinted that fans and viewers can now try their hand at solving it, as the way that Weller and Jane solved the Chinese tattoo behind her ear in the first episode is the key to solving this particular mystery.

Are excited for the second episode of “Blindspot”? What do you think these two clues mean? If anyone tries their hand at it, let us know what it might mean, and tell us how you solved it in the comments below!

And that was all for the spoilers for “Blindspot” Season 1 Episode 2 “A Stray Howl.” For more news, spoilers, updates and recaps on “Blindspot” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch “Blindspot” every Monday night at 10:00 PM on NBC.

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.