Liz (Megan Boone) is free now, but she and Red (James Spader) are far from any happily ever after in NBC's "The Blacklist" Season 3. There are still new cases to solve and, as Liz adjusts to her new role as an FBI asset, Red has a new band of baddies to take on in episode 11, "Mr. Gregory Devry." 

According to the synopsis for episode 11, Liz attempts to reclaim her former life now that she has officially been exonerated. Meanwhile, Red works with the task force to infiltrate a group of elite criminals in an attempt to capture the leaders of the world's most deadly organized crime syndicates.

Unfortunately, the promo for the episode reveals that Red must also deal with a rather weird problem. In the teaser video a man turns himself into the FBI who has intel on all of the task force's previous cases. After being locked up in the containment cell (just like Red in the series premiere), the man reveals his identity — Raymond Reddington. 

"Someone is helping the FBI," says the mystery man. "Imagine when I found out it was me."

Well, this is going to be interesting. 

"You're an imposter," he tells Red, who just laughs off the accusation. 

Watch the promo for episode 13 below:

As for Liz, returning to her old life will not be so easy. 

“She’s no longer an FBI agent,” executive producer Jon Bokenkamp told Entertainment Weekly. “Her badge has been taken away. The best thing they can call her is a consultant. She’s almost more like Reddington than she was before. Even though she’s cleared of these crimes that she was framed for — and Reddington was able to configure a plan to have the Cabal back down for the assassination of the attorney general, who was a bad guy — the fallout has driven a real wedge within the team, how they work, and who they are. Everything has become a little bit more gray. There’s a real weight that she carries for everything she’s gone through and continues to go through.”

What will a free Liz do next? Fans will have to wait to find out. "The Blacklist" airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST on NBC.