Narcos (2015– )
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Pablo's activities in prison provoke the government into taking extreme action. Murphy and Peña face a situation of their own.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tata Escobar (as Paulina Gaitán)
Ambassador Noonan
Agent DEA
Julián Díaz ...
El Negro
Juan Sebastián Calero ...
Navegante (as Juan Sebastian Calero)
Alejandro Buitrago ...


Pablo's activities in prison provoke the government into taking extreme action. Murphy and Peña face a situation of their own.

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[first lines]
TV News Anchorwoman: When the public found out about the excessive lifestyle of the prisoners at La Catedral, the police began an investigation into the supposed capital crimes being committed by Pablo Escobar within the prison walls. The central part of this investigation involves the disappearance of Gerardo Moncada and Fernando Galeano.
DEA Agents: [cheer at the television]
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Unresolved ending
11 September 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Watching this episode, I don't understand why people were anxious whether or not this show was going to get a second season. Of course, it had to be renewed: there was no ending. This episode was only a transition in that Escobar turned to a new part of his life, while Colombia too found a way out from its seemingly eternal cocaine problem.

Agent Murphy has changed the most, even more than Escobar himself. He slowly turned into a psycho, thinking that in order to catch the bad guy you yourself have to become a bad guy. He's drifting away from his wife; he judges his partner and his friend.

Whatever you do, wherever you do it, there's always someone that could trace what you did. And you're in trouble, especially when you know you did something wrong, something illegal. But the worst part is when not caring about it and thinking that it is okay, that you deserve to get away with it. The salvation is far from you in that moment. In the end, you end up alone.

There were no submarines showed in the show as it more emphasized on the gringos-narcos relationship than on the trade itself. The smart and the family-oriented sides of Escobar were portrayed, but also his evil and, later in the season, paranoid side. He was, after all, a criminal who enjoyed to spill blood.

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