Femme Fatales: Season 2, Episode 11

Hell Hath No Furies (3 Aug. 2012)

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A frightened witness, the only person who has seen the mythical crimelord El Jefe, is offered protection by a sympathetic assistant district attorney at police precinct 13 on Christmas Eve.... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Lydia Gonzalez
Brady Matthews ...
Asst ADA Chris Wade
Judge Aldrich
Detective Wright
Pete Green
Isabelle Cregar
Beverly Dietrich (as Kristen De Luca)
El Jefe / Ricardo
Mark Altman ...
Desk Clerk (voice)
Joe Kraemer ...
Officer Taylor


A frightened witness, the only person who has seen the mythical crimelord El Jefe, is offered protection by a sympathetic assistant district attorney at police precinct 13 on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a bad Christmas when El Jefe's deadly assassins, the Furies, crash the party. Written by Anonymous

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Lilith: [in a Christmas outfit] It looks like Lydia Gonzalez's pleas for mercy have gone unheeded. Lydia did try and warn the judge that El Jefe could reach her, no matter where she would hide, and now, her warning is about to be proven all too true. It appears that Lydia Gonzalez and the men and women of Cuesta Verde Precinct 13 are about to have a very, very bad Christmas.
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Slow start, great finish
10 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

The mistress of a notorious gangster, El Jefe, who wants to take over the drug trade in Cuesta Verde, is spending the night of Christmas Eve in a police station; the next morning she will be transferred to a maximum security prison. A young district attorney tries to get her to co-operate with him and reveal what she knows about El Jefe, but three female assassins known as "The Furies" are already inside the station, determined to shut her mouth. This is possibly the most ambitious and stylistically directed episode of the series, packing a lot of influences in just under 30 minutes ("Assault on Precinct 13", "The Usual Suspects", "Grindhouse" films - with deliberately poor print quality at times, spaghetti Westerns - especially in the music score, and probably others I missed). It's a little slow to get going, but there are some iconic girls-with-guns images near the end - the scenes with The Furies are what "Femme Fetales" should have been all along, or at least more frequently. IMHO, Kristen DeLuca is one of the three or four hottest women ever to appear in this series. **1/2 out of 4.

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