Now that the curtain has been pulled back to reveal that Briggs is also secretly the drug lord Odin on "Graceland," viewers got the chance to see how difficult it is for him to lead this double life. They also learned that his intention for running Odin's drug ring might not be as bad as one might assume.
The clue came from a captured member of a rival Caza drug ring. He promised that another man would be coming for Mike and his cohorts. "The key man," the man said in his native tongue.
"Jangles," Briggs said. He may be the key to all of Briggs' behavior thus far. Jangles was the assassin who captured Briggs in Mexico -- and forced him to become a heroin addict.
Buddy TV's Carla Day said that this has been what it's all about: revenge. "When Briggs said that Odin didn't care about the money, he was telling the truth," she wrote. "Briggs isn't selling the drugs for his own personal financial gain. Instead, it appears he's running either a rogue or black operation of his own. Could it be sanctioned by someone at the FBI? Or, is he doing this on his own?”
Briggs' double life is going to be even harder to keep a secret now. Mike broke Odin's ribs during a fight, and said he learned a lot about his opponent's fighting techniques. As his opponent was actually Briggs, it's Briggs who's now nursing some broken ribs. How long before he's discovered, or will he come clean?
Tune in to find out as "Graceland" continues on Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on USA.
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