'The Blacklist' ratings, interactive site and more to tide you over while it's off this week

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lucy-brooks-the-blacklist.jpg "The Blacklist" took a break this week for three hours of "The Voice" -- we know, we're dying too, so here are a few goodies to tide you over until next Monday, Nov. 25, which promises to be a game-changing episode.

First off, have you checked out the "Blacklist" interactive site? You can find it at http://www.042983.com, which if you'll remember is Lucy Brooks' ViCAP database number. Once there, you have to give it permission to access your Facebook but it then takes you on a fun journey of putting your friends and family on its spy board.

I decided that a friend is a "habitual liar," a colleague "pays cash for almost everything," that my mother-in-law is "most paranoid about her privacy" and then it turns out the man who presided over my wedding is likely on the Blacklist. Heh.

Secondly, good news -- ratings are still going incredibly strong for this new NBC drama. The two biggest live+3-day DVR increase in television history belong to the Nov. 4 and Nov. 11 telecasts of "The Blacklist," putting each episode's total viewers to nearly 16 million. That's huge these days.

Finally, Megan Boone has been busy tweeting pictures to whet your appetite, including the one below. Love how Reddington looks cool as a cucumber.

Are you ready for next week's "Anslo Garrick"? "The Blacklist" airs Monday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

Photo/Video credit: NBC, Twitter