Graceland – King’s Castle

by Alan Rapp on August 25, 2013

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Graceland - King's Castle

Suspicion continues to center around Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) as Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) works with a Federale (Vincent Laresca) to try and find the mysterious Odin, and Mike (Aaron Tveit) learns his mentor is the leading suspect in the disappearance of Agent Badillo (Pedro Pascal). After checking out the hospital the still wounded Mike agrees to go undercover in prison to try and convince Bello (Gbenga Akinnagbe) to give up the identity of Odin, but that plan falls apart when Briggs makes sure Bello learns of Mike’s true motives.

Mike returns from the hospital, and his brief stint in prison, to tension-filled house. Paige (Serinda Swan) is still processing the ramifications of Mike’s secret, Charlie and Briggs are still at odds over the chances she’s taking on the Odin investigation, and Tuturro‘s (Manny Montana) plans to throw Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) an unwanted surprise birthday party complete with strippers (Jody Duda, Lauren Nash) and an indoor bounce house that ends in a deflated bounce house (courtesy of Charlie) and Turturro getting socked in the jaw (courtesy of the drunk birthday boy).

The episode ends with secrets revealed as Mike tells Briggs the reason why he was placed in Graceland, and Charlie informs her new Mexican friend that she suspects Odin may be an FBI agent (but doesn’t disclose Briggs’ name). With Badillo’s recording of the entire night still out there Briggs’ house of lies is still in danger of falling down and Charlie still doesn’t realize she’s sharing information that could eventually get Briggs killed with the man at the heart of nearly all of Graceland‘s troubles – Jangles.

lauren August 27, 2013 at 10:56 am

I want Mike to take Briggs down

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