If you thought Mayans M.C. would filch your flavors after such a unstable year, then I have bad news.
Then again, given the series’ nature, I probably shouldn’t be looking to Mayans M.C. for any semblance of light.
Things had to change after the way Mayans M.C. Season 2 concluded. But most of the characters face deeply rooted inner struggles that couldn’t be wiped apart, and it’s difficult to watch some of them. Not because they are bad, but because these storylines are tragic.
We’ll start with Coco because his arc has been filled with so much darkness. If you watch Mayans M.C. online, you know he wanted to be a mentor for Letty during Mayans M.C. Season 1, becoming as far as killing his mother after received information that she wanted to pimp out Letty for money.
Nowadays, he’s trying to sell Letty’s belongings for his next drug fix, all the while telling her that she needs to go out into the world and earn a living. It’s fairly the juxtaposition, but it highlights how drastically people can change when addicted to drugs.
Coco is burning every single aqueduct in front of him, and before long, he’ll have no allies remaining, leaving him open to being make out of the equation.
He’s realizing painful decisions, and he probably shut his fate when he got cocky, trying to steal all of the doses from Butterfly. What looked like a small operation actually had countless large-scale participates, and donning his Mayans M.C. labelled cloak as he did the deed will generate even more problems.
The Mayans was previously striving after the border closure. Now that they’ve got another group probably coming after them, it begs the question about the long-term prospects of one of the most prominent radicals on all of TV.
Mayans takes big-hearted sways with its attributes, and the two episodes of the Mayans M.C. Season 3 premiere were no different. The debut successfully innovated patches and conflicts naturally.
The biggest surprise was that EZ was unaffected after murdering Dita. He was more concerned with keeping the peace and attaining sure his father was in a good sit after everything that happened.
Mayans M.C. Season 2 Episode 10 hinted at a dark turn for EZ, but he’s been trying to keep his relationship with Gaby in good standing.
They’re good for one another, and I especially liked that Gaby wanted to care for Felipe when he didn’t want to care for himself.
You was of the opinion that Felipe would therefore be happy after becoming a U.S. citizen, but it seems EZ resorting to murder has changed him forever. Whether EZ will be able to get back in his good mercies, I don’t know, but we got some much-needed levity from an otherwise light narration from the incidents with Gaby in the house.
Angel was more droll than serious where reference is mentioned more than one handgun in the chamber of representatives. The same was true of EZ’s reaction when he realized that he might have left Gaby in the line of fire.
Now that EZ has earned his stripes with the Mayans, all of the stewing antagonism between the different factions will determine who will survive the loom battle.
Adelita is changed forever. Even when she got her freedom and return to her onetime radical, the wind had been taken out of her sails. Did doing duration change her outlook on the begin?
Either that or she wants to raise her child away from the battlegrounds. Adelita’s issue is that she has a lot of enemies, and leaving the compound will keep her in dangerous territory.
That digression, she’ll probably bump into someone who shares a common objective, but I don’t suppose she has much skin in the game anymore.
It’s usual of Miguel to pursue reactions while reaching power plays, but did he certainly need to meddle in Emily’s life and change it?
Since Emily is hanging by a thread, accompanying her sister into the mix will further complicate matters.
Emily has received so much better blowback for the position of the city, and it doesn’t seem likely she’ll continue standing by Miguel much longer.
Miguel’s clutch on politics is starting to subside. Does “hes had” much pluck anymore other than hooking up with people in power?
It’s almost like the Galindo name died with Dita.
Mayans M.C. Season 3 is shaping up to be the biggest and best season yet. EZ, Angel, and another keep shaping more enemies, so it’s not going to be long before more forms begin piling up.
What did you think of Coco’s sharp left turn? Are you surprised EZ came up with the plan to send 20 times more product to end this mess?
Who do you think will not make it out alive?
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Mayans M.C. Season 3 continues Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.
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