The Brothers Sun Episode 3 Recap and Explained: The Brothers Sun is an American action black comedy-drama series, created by Brad Falchuk and Byron Wu. In the last scene of episode 2, we find that Charles is being stabbed by dinosaur-clad goons before sharing any information, and we see that Alexi and Charles have an angle in college time.
In this article, I am going to recap episode 3 of this show. This episode was written by Viet Nguyen and directed by Andrew Law. In this article, I am going to cover all the details along with the plot and ending of this episode, which will cover all your doubts.
In episode 3 of this show, titled “Whatever You Want,” we see that Charles receives a call from a trusted associate who advises him that his father is in danger and that many members of the Jade Dragon Society are also in danger. He requests Bloodboot and his crew to handle the bodies in Los Angeles.
After that, the scene shifts to Alexis, where we find that Charles’ mother calls to inform him that Bruce has not been answering her calls and texts. He rushes to his college and learns that a woman with dark hair and a peculiar tattoo has kidnapped Bruce. June feels guilty for not being with her sister on the day of the shooting and reproaches herself for not saving her.
Later, we see that Mother Sun brings Charles to her mahjong club, which is a complex network of spies, and asks for help to find Bruce’s kidnapper. Charles beats up Tang’s men and gets the address of the White Cranes’ secret warehouse. In the meantime, June was keeping Bruce.
At the end of episode 3, we see that June shares with Charles that a thug from the Red Ribbon Gang and Mother Sun found in the Giant’s apartment. We find that June convinces him to let her take care of Tang for revenge, and the episode ends.
This is all about the details of episode 3, along with a recap and ending explained. I hope you like it, and let me know in the comment box how much you like this show and if you are excited for the next episode.
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