A hit man from the Midwest moves to Los Angeles and gets caught up in the city's theatre arts scene.
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The episode was rated 7.18 from 426 votes.
In the wake of shocking news, Gene encourages his students to channel their feelings into their work. Resolved to quit his job and put the past behind him, Barry tries not to get pulled back in by Fuches and the Chechens. Sally tries to crack the nut that is Barry.
The episode was rated 7.35 from 2187 votes.
Barry finds that distancing himself from Fuches and the Chechens might be harder than he thought. Sally is dismayed to learn that an audition arranged by a prospective agent has strings attached. Gene promises Moss a bombshell, but only over dinner. Barry invites a Marine buddy and his two pals to a party given by his classmate Natalie, where Zach, a rising actor, threatens Barry’s claim on Sally.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 1808 votes.
A frustrated Barry misses an acting class to honor an obligation. Detectives Moss and Loach try to piece together a murder puzzle. Gene presses Barry to take more risks. Sally is thrown for a loop during an audition, and turns to Barry for comfort. The Chechens rejoice when a legendary assassin arrives.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 2006 votes.
As Barry and Gene take on new opportunities, Sally prepares for her first press junket and Katie shares her concerns; with the Bolivians still in heavy pursuit, Hank reaches out to Fuches, while Cristobal pitches a new tactic to Fernando.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 803 votes.
Barry, a disillusioned hit man, is sent to Los Angeles to kill an aspiring actor who is having an affair with a Chechen mob leader's wife. After following his target to an acting class, Barry becomes inspired to begin a new life with the students.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 2618 votes.
Facing pressure from Noho Hank, Barry struggles to pull off an important hit. After asking the class to mine their personal traumas for an original piece, Gene decides to confront his own past. A visit to her agents leaves Sally disappointed. Fuches tries to evade questions in Cleveland.
The episode was rated 7.53 from 1316 votes.
Are you mad at me?
The episode was rated 7.56 from 506 votes.
Barry tries to convince Sally and the class to go ahead with a performance despite the absence of Cousineau, who's grief-stricken after the disappearance of Detective Moss. With Goran gone, NoHo Hank and Cristobal's new partnership faces growing pains and some jealousy issues. Back in Cleveland, Fuches learns that replacement hitmen don't come easy.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 1423 votes.
Barry looks to hit the reset button with Sally, but a scene from “Macbeth” triggers a reaction that pushes them farther apart. Moss moves to interrogate members of Gene’s acting class after a shooting video surfaces. Barry finds himself in a quandary after teaming up with Taylor, a reckless new acquaintance, in a dangerous mission to wipe out a group of Bolivians.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 1772 votes.
Last updated: jun 06, 2023
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