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Josefina and the Holy Spirit 

Tiago scours Sister Molly's beach house for clues. Peter Craft invites Elsa to a party at his home. Lewis asks a gangster to help battle the growing Nazi menace in LA. Josefina Vega has a harrowing encounter with the police.


John Logan (created by), John Logan




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Natalie Dormer ... Magda / 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
Christine Estabrook ... Beverly Beck
Brad Garrett ... Benny Berman
Julian Hilliard ... Tom Craft
Lorenza Izzo ... Santa Muerte


Tiago investigates Hazlit's beach house and finds Molly there. Reilly molests Josefina and Mateo takes a bloody revenge with the help of the Pachucos, Townsend acquires a new lover, and Lewis reaches out to an unlikely ally who demands a high price for his help. Written by Gislef

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Nathan Lane (Lewis Michener) and Brad Garrett (Benny Berman) also worked together on Stuart Little 2 (2002). See more »


Dottie Minter: But this is a gangster you're talking about.
Lewis Michener: He's a Jew.
Dottie Minter: You'd better hope he's a good Jew.
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Performed by Machito and his Afro-Cubans
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Finally picks up the pace
19 May 2020 | by Drank22See all my reviews

After a couple of slow (But still entertaining) episodes, this episode finally has some exciting stuff happen that also move the plot forward! This series seems to be building for a big final showdown and finally we get to see some of those conflicts directly interfere with each other which I can only assume is a mere glance at what is about to go down. Added some more much needed horror elements this episode as well as a ton of gore. Yet, even more new plot lines/characters are introduced which adds to the already overpacked plot, but I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing (yet at least) The series is finally gaining some momentum so hopefully it can continue doing so for the remainder of the series. Excited to see what the next episode has in store However, still feeling like Santa Muerte is being underused. Hopefully that changes.

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