Queen of the South season 3 episode 7 is going to be a difficult episode for Teresa. How do you recover after you’ve lost something like this?
What’s interesting with a show like this is that when you think about everything that has happened to Teresa over the course of the series’ run, it’s easy to draw some sort of assumption that she would be prepared to handle almost anything that comes her way. Yet, saying that is often so much easier said than done. The reality here is that just one event or just one loss can completely change everything. That can set you up for feelings of pain and hurt that you never would have imagined.
The Queen of the South season 3 episode 7 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below offers up a little bit more information when it comes to what lies ahead:
Rocked by a deeply personal tragedy, Teresa battles a dangerous sicario and a mutiny within her own ranks.
Basically, there’s not going to be a whole lot of slowing down when it comes to Teresa’s story — she’s not going to have much time in order to handle anything. Instead, she has to do everything in her power in order to ensure that nothing else happens to her. Consider this her moving into even more self-preservation mode. As entertainment, this should prove to be fantastic television; yet, for Teresa it’s painful to the umpteenth degree. This episode is going to be a turning point, and one of the most important episodes of the entire series.
Whatever happens here, one way or another, is going to shape what is coming for the remainder of the season. We just hope that no matter what happens, the writing remains focused on what the emotional center could and should be.
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