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How It Is with Brothers 

Tiago and Lewis interrogate Diego, seeking a confession, while Lewis senses Tiago is hiding something from him. Adelaide warns Molly about her personal desires jeopardizing the Temple's future.

Director:

Roxann Dawson

Writers:

John Logan (created by), Vinnie Wilhelm
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Natalie Dormer ... 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
Sebastian Chacon ... Fly Rico
Julian Hilliard ... Tom Craft
Piper Perabo ... Linda Craft
Adan Rocha ... Diego Lopez
Dominic Sherwood ... Kurt
Brent Spiner ... Ned Vanderhoff
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Storyline

Tiago and Lewis bring in a suspect for Reilly's brutal murder. The suspect tries to convince Tiago to help him, and Lewis suspects that something is going on behind his back. Meanwhile, Townsend and Kurt share time on the beach, Peter gives Linda some bad new, and Adelaide tells Molly the price she'll pay if she continues consorting with Tiago. Written by Gislef

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Trivia

This is the first episode in which Natalie Dormer plays only one character. See more »

Quotes

Diego Lopez: Play dead, get dead.
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Soundtracks

But Not for Me
Written by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
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Should have named the series "City of Angels: Lewis Michener"
12 July 2020 | by allnewsuperfakeSee all my reviews

...and let Nathan Lane be the protagonist, and this would have gotten way better reviews (and would have been a way better series). They should have dropped the supernatural plot which has been handled like an afterthought from the start, and it's certainly not needed to explain the driving forces like corruption, racism and human nature. It would have cleared up the narrative and let the great actors ahine; watching Zavatto sulk like a nine year old would be so much more easier to bear if he was supposed to be the sidekick and not just looked like one in every scene.

But in any case: It's getting better, so let's hope that it will play out it's strengths that have been there from the start in the remaining episodes.


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English | Spanish

Release Date:

31 May 2020 (USA) See more »

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