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As night falls, Prince, Bambi, and their team set out across the border, fulfilling Bambi’s promise to knock the place over.
The episode was rated 7,90 from 190 votes.
Prince uses his media savvy to pressure the American and Colombian governments to own the mission, setting off a chain reaction in the jungle.
The episode was rated 7,63 from 318 votes.
Amber reaches her final destination at a Venezuelan black site. She's told she will die there.
The episode was rated 7,45 from 228 votes.
Bambi receives a surprise visit from an old pal at the CIA. Prince has a change of heart. A daring plan is formulated to set up a prisoner exchange.
The episode was rated 7,44 from 163 votes.
At the American embassy in Bogota, the men run into bureaucracy. They find an ally in a powerful banker and embark on an impromptu mission.
The episode was rated 7,43 from 343 votes.
Amber loses her grip on reality and faces execution. Out of options, Prince and Bambi arm up and recruit mercenaries for a historic raid.
The episode was rated 7,40 from 207 votes.
Prince and Bambi negotiate the hard way, crossing a line. Violetta probes the government’s possible involvement.
The episode was rated 7,37 from 228 votes.
Bambi loses the guerilla's trail and reacquaints himself with whiskey. Prince recovers from his wounds and starts putting the mess behind him.
The episode was rated 7,26 from 281 votes.
In the aftermath of a joyous wedding gone awry, the bride goes missing in South America and the military men in her family vow to find her.
The episode was rated 7,24 from 435 votes.
Violeta strikes back to save her country. The men must consider what happens if you rescue someone who doesn’t want saving. Season finale.
The episode was rated 6,92 from 87 votes.
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