Secrets are piling up on “blindspot,” and that’s just how Roman wants it.

Sandstorm has collapsed, but that doesn’t mean Jane’s (Jamie Alexander) brother is out of the game. The FBI enigma let Roman (Luke Mitchell) escape at the end of season 2, and he’s going to make sure she lives to regret it. His plan? To go after her blindspots.

What is Roman’s Master Plan?

Nearly two years after the White House incident, the FBI crew is back in action, albeit with the aid of the CIA. The intervening months left plenty of time for Zapata (Audrey Esparza), Patterson (Ashley Johnson), Reade (Rob Brown), and Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) to rack up new sins, however, and it’s those secrets that Roman will capitalize on.

“The tattoos are certainly somewhat punitive,” series mastermind Martin Gero told Entertainment Weekly. “He wants her to realize that she chose wrong, she should’ve chosen Roman over the team. He wants her back in the service of the FBI and he wants to show her that all these people are not exactly what she thinks they are.”

And Roman’s hit paydirt in the process. The premiere’s final montage confirmed that in spades. From Weller’s Berlin incident to the CIA’s preoccupation with Jane’s dragonfly tattoo to Patterson’s familiarity with Rich Dotcom (Ennis Esmer), everyone has a secret they don’t want to see the light of day. Unfortunately, that’s only part one of Roman’s grand scheme.

Even as Jane’s second layer of ink helps the CIA/FBI bolster the prison population, Roman will follow in his mother’s footsteps.

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The Sheppards are always working an angle.

“[The tattoos] are all connected, but what the target is will come into clarity for us a lot sooner than it did with the original tattoos,” Gero promised.

After all, “Blindspot” puts a cap on its suspense. Gero and co. might leave you guessing for a few weeks, but your patience is always rewarded. You need to look no further than “Blacklist’s” four-season paternity crisis to realize “Blindspot” is wonderfully forthcoming.

In the meantime, Weller’s team will settle into a case-of-the-week format.

Next Time on 'Blindspot'

The next case on deck will come in the form of “Enemy Bag of Tricks.” Jane is back in NYC, but that doesn’t mean the status quo will ever return. It will be quite some time before the old team adjusts to their new dynamic, and a foreign government’s attempt to hijack a US satellite won’t help matters.

Zapata, Reed, Weller, Patterson, and Jane will continue to test the waters in “Upside Down Craft” and “Gunplay Ricochet.”

Find out more when “Blindspot” airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.