Dating while undercover
The show continued to have Falco give a personal accounting, but they were able to make it flow more smoothly into the story. Setting aside my sadness, when I look at the cohesiveness of the episodes, they seem to be lacking some key information.
And actually, I appreciated having more insight into what he was thinking and feeling. If this wasn't based on a real life story and was a work of fiction, it would seem really lacking.
I believe he infiltrated biker clubs/gangs a total of 2 or 3 times.
On this week’s show Charlie gets into some hot water when her C. Tonight’s episode begins now – Refresh Page for Updates Where we last left them Briggs had pulled a gun on Mike demanding who he’s been speaking to. Briggs stops him from getting his gun when there are interrupted by Bello himself.
Johnny decides to catch up on some sleep for their big day soon. He wants to know some specifics on why he is investigating Briggs. She agrees to his plan however she ignores his attempt at getting more money. She thought she had the mob guys on fencing Lamborghinis instead it was an empty truck.
He doesn’t get much but Juan does tell him to fill out reports more. Mike has to write a report on his roommate in their house. Rather than focus on that she tells him to be good and just accept his twenty percent. Briggs tries to abort it but Lauren takes matter into her own hands and exposes herself in full D. They can’t even hold the truck driver so essentially her cover is blown. Yet he does have help with his investigation on Briggs.
A gritty fact based drama series that tells the astonishing story of a drug dealer who was arrested then given a desperate ultimatum: serve over 20 years in jail, or go undercover inside one of America's most notorious biker gangs.
Charles Falco opted to go undercover and for the next three years he led a crazy and dangerous life infiltrating the Vagos motorcycle gang, collecting evidence while faced with the constant risk that he might be discovered and become one of the gang's victims.
These tensions finally erupt when the gang's Vice President is killed in a motorcycle accident, unleashing a chain of unforeseen consequences that ultimately tear the gang apart.I enjoy watching TV shows/movies that are based on true life.(I do go into these knowing that some leeway has to be given to the facts so that it can make for good TV viewing.).Bello returns Mike’s gun to him and the let the guys go. She has to tell him that they can’t work together anymore. There were more Russians than they thought so Johnny ended up injured nevertheless they were able to catch all culprits. Mike chats up a girl thanks to some help from Paige. Paige takes him back to the house to find out what’s going on. Briggs understands and yet he won’t fix this for her. Briggs is jubilant that they got away with it whereas Mike is still shaken from having a gun pulled on him. She tries to convince to enter rehab but he doesn’t believe that will work. Later Briggs wants a minute alone with the guy who beat up Lauren but he notices the guy’s hands are even bruised or discolored. Briggs wants to know why if the truck driver saw Lauren was she able to leave the warehouse alive and only with bruises. Walking on the beach, Mike is still with the girl from last night. She’s blaming Paige and wants Briggs to go to bat for her.