Tom Strickler's new offer convinces Michael to pressure informer Diego to find out if Tom has the clout to deliver a burn-reversal. He suspends a vital matter after catching Joey (13) stealing his gun, because the kid feels desperately forced to eliminate his abusive stepfather, businessmen Erik Luna, who is likely to get custody of him and his step-brother at their mother's expense. Erik is protected by his gangster brother Quinn Luna, but has a lucrative scam behind his back. So the team tries to scare away Erik, which nevertheless ends up attracting Quinn's attention, so a plan B is improvised. Written by
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When the team stages the botched hit to fool Erik, Michael pretends to get shot. The camera switches between front and rear views of his "dying" moments, and the number of bullet wounds changes between 3 and 4 multiple times. See more
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