Did you watch Al Otro Lado del Muro on Telemundo last night?
First of all no one was more surprised than Patrick to see a very much alive Sofia storm out of Agent Richie Garcia’s Office last night, with Joel right behind her, demanding a beer.
A beer is just what this great episode deserved!!
Apparently, here’s what Joel learned in a meeting with the FBI and Sofia, once he could stop yelling long enough to listen. He was very upset because Sofia was supposed to be dead.
After 10 years at the FBI, Sofia takes a backseat to no one, and yelled right back at Joel, and then they both blamed Richie, who was in the unenviable position of being a cross between a matchmaker and a divorce lawyer.
So for the past ten years, Sofia has been living in L.A., working at the FBI as an undercover officer, rescuing victims of human trafficking, photographing her daughter Alondra as she grows up, andhelping to build the Human Trafficking case against that really tall senator whose Spanish is even worse than mine.
Sofia is sticking with her “confession” that she killed Joel’s sister and single-handedly ran the Human Trafficking Ring, but after the attempt on her life while she was on her way to be executed, she agreed to go into Witness Protection because Richie knows she is innocent despite her protests that she is guilty, which is pretty much the opposite of the way things work in law enforcement.
All the while, she has been living in a beautiful, white-on-white loft with lots of exposed brick, a darkroom/studio/exhibit space, with subway tile in the kitchen.
I wondered if part of Witness Protection includes a new identity for Sofia as a hip, edgy artist, and if the FBI got her a book deal too.
I also hoped that none of my own witnesses are watching the series because they’d want that loft too.
Who is signing the expense vouchers in this case??
At first, Joel angrily rejected the idea of working with Sofia and Agent Garcia, and can you blame him?
Sofia still insists she killed his sister, even though Joel is the only one who believes that mishegoss anymore.
Richie tells Joel he’s gotten to know Sofia pretty good in the past ten years, and she’s not capable of killing anyone, and that Sofia has done a great job building the Trafficking case, which must be how Sofia pays the rent on that loft I’m still stuck on.
Meanwhile, I continued to wonder what supervisor in the FBI was still authorizing overtime and rent receipts on Sofia’s SuperCool loft and will she hire me, or in the alternative, whether I could somehow get into this witness protection program?
At the end, Joel decided he’ll join the team, if only for the opportunity to kill Sofia himself.
And now Sofia says she’ll never work with Joel.
They are sort of like the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton of the FBI, and Poor Agent Garcia is like the head of the studio trying to hold the production together.
Meanwhile… in Mexico,
My favorite new character Don Carlos, who seems to be the REAL King of Mexico, broke the news to Ernesto and Paula that he can’t run for President, and is better suited to an Ambassadorship, where he can get drunk every day, behave as badly as he wants, and rack up millions of dollars in parking tickets.
This job has Ernesto’s name all over it, (and sounds pretty good to me too), but Ernesto wants to be El Presidente.
He feels he’s killed enough people to get there, and it’s his time.
Don Carlos is pretty persuasive, but the meeting was cut short when Julian called with an emergency; the emergency being that his girlfriend overdosed on what I think was Molly, and threw herself off the balcony.
Still wearing Julian’s tie.
Or should I say ONLY wearing Julian’s tie.
I guess he’s not in bow-ties anymore…
Julian is in big trouble unless Ernesto can cover it up.
And if he can’t, Paula can just kill anyone who annoys them.
She had it out with Max and threw him out of The Bakery.
Max thinks that the father of her youngest son Rodrigo is Andres The Carpenter, but Rodrigo knows better, since there are (or were) photos of Max all over the house, and he’s a smart kid.
Well, at the very least he’s smarter than his older brother Tomas, who has agreed to hide the $30,000 his friend stole from the local gang while they were sleeping.
And how will Jennifer punish Eliza now, for having a second family with Max AND for turning down the invite to visit with Rodrigo because Charlie and Rodrigo are friends (also brothers), and also because Jennifer doesn’t realize that “Mrs Romero” is also “Mrs Sullivan?”
This can all only Break Bad, until of course, it Breaks Good!
Don’t miss a minute of this series!!