The Bridge

Season 2 Episode 7

Lamia

7
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Aug 20, 2014 on FX
8.7
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Sonya uncovers the truth behind Lisa's death. Meanwhile, Frye and Adriana make a dangerous discovery.

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  • Great storylines, but I'm still missing the action...

    9.0
    As has been the case with every episode thi s season, this was a good episode with decent storyline advancement and some pretty decent scenes and conversations, but once again, it is missing any action or explosive moments to warrant a perfect score from me, which is a shame.



    There was a lot more action in Season 1 which I am missing at this point, despite the interesting storyline. I keep thinking that it is just around the corner, and hopefully it wil be...



    We shall see, but a good episode despite all that.moreless
  • Lamia

    6.0
    Can they give up the nonsense about Sonya's sister? We do not care at this point. It is time to focus on a real story this season.
  • You Get To Live.

    10
    So much happened in this episode, after having a bender with his tech friend, Frye gains access to the . Secretary of State's website, where he and Adriana learn that Grupo Clio made payments from DeLarge's bank, following his death, to the real estate developer. Sonya goes with Jack to the water tower, where he shows her the remains of Bridget Rowland, a girl Jim killed two years before he killed Sonya's sister, Lisa. Hank and the team are called to the scene, and he attacks Jack, if Jack knew of Bridget's murder, he could have told someone and, thus, prevented Lisa's death. Jack says that Hank shot Jim, who was unarmed, Sonya doesn't trust either Jack nor Hank, walking out on Hank's apology and later taking her key back from Jack (Sonya what were you doing sleeping with Jack in the first place). Daniel and Adriana question Ray, who ends the discussion when he learns they are reporters, but not after Adriana gives him a business card. He and Charlotte gives the card to Eleanor and asks for payment. She tells them, speaking in third-person narrative, about Galvan helping her get revenge on a Mennonite man who raped her as a teenager, the same man now being kept in a cage. Later, Adriana comes home to find that her girlfriend Lucy has been stabbed and has killed her attacker. Agent Mackenzie approaches Charlotte to ask what she knows about Galvan. After being cleared for the shooting, Marco is hailed as a hero, he refuses to accept the honor, until Robles mentions revealing Sonya's involvement. Marco threatens to show the deposition should anything happen to her or Eva. Galvan later reminds Marco that Tate is still alive. Marco says Tate needs to stay alive and suffer. At the prison, Tate is strapped down, a long tube is inserted into his nostril, and fluid from a syringe is injected into it, after a violent seizure, he stops shaking and i presume he's dead. Sonya pays a visit and takes Bridget's purse to her mother to notify her that they found her daughter. Fantastic Episode Again.moreless
Demian Bichir

Demian Bichir

Detective Marco Ruiz

Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger

Detective Sonya Cross

Annabeth Gish

Annabeth Gish

Charlotte Millwright

Emily Rios

Emily Rios

Adriana Mendez

Matthew Lillard

Matthew Lillard

Daniel Frye

Ted Levine

Ted Levine

Lieutenant Hank Wade

Valentina Acosta

Valentina Acosta

Young Girl

Guest Star

Bonnie Burroughs

Bonnie Burroughs

Nurse

Guest Star

Anthony Gonzalez (I)

Anthony Gonzalez (I)

Young Boy

Guest Star

Johnny Dowers

Johnny Dowers

Detective Tim Cooper

Recurring Role

Lyle Lovett

Lyle Lovett

Monte P. Flagman, Esq.

Recurring Role

Juan Carlos Cantu

Juan Carlos Cantu

Capitan Robles

Recurring Role

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    • Crew Additions and Clarifications: Based on the original series "Bron" created by Hans Rosenfeld, Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein and produced by Filmlance and Nimbus.
      Cathy Schweickhardt (Controller/Production Supervisor)
      Adrian Dominguez (A Dolly Grip)
      Alex Gage (B Dolly Grip)
      Robert Hooven (Best Boy Rigging Grip)
      Karen Burnett (Set Dec Buyer)
      Randy Molique (On Set Dresser)
      Shawn Pierce (Music Composed by)
      Ryan Bingham (Theme Song "Until I'm One With You" Written and Performed by)

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