The 5 Biggest Moments From Queen of the South 204, 'El Beso de Judas'

Queen of the South Season 2 Episode 4

In season 2 episode 4, “El Beso de Judas,” as Epifanio (Joaquim de Almeida) escapes an attempt on his life, Camila (Veronica Falcón) finds out a snitch is telling the DEA all her secrets, and she must kill him. Only Teresa (Alice Braga) knows Güero (Jon Ecker) is the “rata.” 

El Beso de Judas

Queen of the South Season 2 Episode 4

Warning: Recap contains spoilers

An Urge to Kill 

Governor Epifanio Vargas is in his limousine with General Cortez, talking about business. Suddenly, unknown people on the street start shooting at them. Epifanio takes cover while a fearless Cortez gets out the car and kills two of the hit men. The rest flee immediately. Luckily, the car is bulletproof. Epifanio is safe.

Colony Showrunner Talks the Paranoia, Trauma, and Heroism of This Week's Episode

Kathleen Perkins as Jennifer McMahon on Colony 204

In our exclusive interview with Colony showrunner Ryan Condal, he breaks down some of the critical dramatic moments from "Panopticon" (what's that title from, anyway?), the real-world influences of the L.A. Bloc's surveillance state, and a particular act of heroism that will likely never be known. [Warning: Spoilers for episode 204 inside!]

Panopticon

Colony

In a particularly emotional episode, Will (Josh Holloway) and Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) try to learn how to trust each other again and rebuild their family. Charlie (Jacob Buster) has a hard time re-adjusting to life off the streets, and takes particular exception to Grace’s tutor, Lindsey (Erin Way), and her propaganda. At Homeland, Jennifer McMahon (Kathleen Rose Perkins) watches every scene inside the Bowman house as she wrestles with the fact that the entire family’s fate is in her hands.

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