Lies, cover-ups, and revelations; Sonya and Marco deal with the truth on #TheBridge #FX
Marco arrives, impatient with Fausto’s complaints, telling him, “Then give yourself up.” “Maybe someday,” Fausto allows before pointing out David Tate is still alive. “It’s worse for him” to suffer, Marco claims. “Worse is you peel his face off before you kill him,” Fausto clarifies. To be fair, that does sound completely horrendous. “I’ll take care of Tate,” Fausto offers; “It’s better for both of us.” Huh, similar language to Marco telling Sonya the lie is better for everyone. Fausto bids, “Goodbye, Marco Ruiz,” because that doesn’t sound horribly ominous or anything.
Ray stumbles upon Adriana and Daniel poking around at The Ridge and shows them around, thinking they’re prospective home owners. “Whoops, lo siento,” Ray laughs when he realizes Adriana is Mexican after he makes a racist joke about Chip Diaz operating “on Mexican time, if you know what I mean.” Hey, who’s laughing now, Ray, once the couple reveal themselves to be El Paso Times reporters and offer “Cartel Moves Money into Desert Subdivision,” as a potential headline for their story? Ray disavows his earlier claim to being a co-owner of The Ridge and skedaddles. “When the dude with the puka shells runs away from you, you are on to something,” Daniel declares gleefully.