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Sing, Sing, Sing 

Tiago and Lewis make bold decisions. Townsend is forced to turn to a last resort. Peter decides to take Tom, Trevor and Frank to the movies. Tiago and Molly go dancing at the Crimson Cat, where they confront the rest of the Vega family.

Director:

Daniel Attias (as Dan Attias)

Writers:

John Logan (created by), John Logan
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Natalie Dormer ... Elsa / Alex / Rio
Daniel Zovatto ... Tiago Vega
Kerry Bishé ... Sister Molly Finnister
Adriana Barraza ... Maria Vega
Jessica Garza ... Josefina Vega
Michael Gladis ... Councilman Charlton Townsend
Johnathan Nieves ... Mateo Vega
Rory Kinnear ... Peter Craft
Nathan Lane ... Lewis Michener
Santino Barnard ... Frank Branson
Sebastian Chacon ... Fly Rico
Brad Garrett ... Benny Berman
Julian Hilliard ... Tom Craft
Kyle McArthur ... Brian Koenig
Adan Rocha ... Diego Lopez
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Storyline

In danger, Tiago and Lewis must make bold decisions. With Townsend at the end of his rope, he's forced to turn to a last resort. Spurred by Elsa, Peter decides to take Tom, Trevor and Frank to the movies. Lewis oversees the prison transfer of Diego Lopez as Tiago and Molly go dancing at the Crimson Cat, where they confront the rest of the Vega family. Written by SHOWTIME

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Trivia

In Memory of Brian Dennehy. Brian Dennehy's last performance. See more »

Quotes

Benny Berman: Tell me honestly. Does this place make me look nouveau riche?
Lewis Michener: Fuck, yes.
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Crazy Credits

This was the first episode to carry a disclaimer warning of "subject matter that some may find difficult to watch." See more »

Connections

References Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) See more »

Soundtracks

Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)
Music and (unused here) lyrics by Louis Prima
Played in the Crimson Cat scene, first on the soundtrack, then by the house band, then later with a Latino arrangement
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Plodding along
19 March 2021 | by shipwreckjackSee all my reviews

It was a pleasant surprise seeing the late Brian Denehy


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USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

21 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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