At the conclusion of the tenth episode of Animal Kingdom’s sixth season, the Cody trio came to the conclusion that they would break Pope out of prison and then leave Oceanside permanently. The empire is in disarray. Can the Codys halt it prior to it being too late? Is Pope’s career over? Will he bear full responsibility for everything and make the highest sacrifice for his family? With this episode, things got very serious very quickly as it became clear that Pope was willing to spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of Cath if he would even live that long. Let’s read a Recap of what happened in the Animal Kingdom Season 6 Episode 10.
Animal Kingdom Season 6 Episode 10 Recap
Pope was imprisoned, so that was one thing. From a man named Finnegan on the outside, the Codys had acquired his protection on the inside. The prisoner didn’t benefit much from it, either, as he turned down help in a similar fashion to how Deran may turn away a haircut and shave.
Pope had definitely made his intentions clear; in fact, they were so obvious that J suggested to Finnegan that they make an “alternative agreement” that, for $25k, would result in his uncle’s death rather than protection. But J decided against acting on that notion. At least not yet. By the end of the hour, Craig and Deran had come to the conclusion that they needed to free Pope from prison. and continue to run away? the Pope and continue instead of abandoning everything they had built? Craig said, “It’s a family business, and there’s no family without Pope.”
The sharks began swarming the Codys as soon as word got out that Pope was in jail and Craig was flying high as a kite. Deran confronted Tommy after learning that the Lightning Bolt board had been taken from his bar. Despite the fact that he hadn’t done it, he acknowledged that others were connecting the dots. Cath had gone missing, and it was later discovered that she had passed away. Since Adrian has vanished, well… Deran recognized the image, yes. They were furious.
Pope is in the yard when he notices three men following him around that his brothers have hired. Angered, he tells the men to leave him alone. When they do, a group of men approach Pope and knife him. By the end of the hour, Pope had not only been stabbed in the stomach by a member of a gang connected to the Trujillos, but he had also reacted against the assailant and been placed in isolation with a load of drugs. Additionally, Pope had little interest in learning that he might alter his plea and have the earlier guilty one dismissed. Lena or Amy shouldn’t have to go through a trial, in his opinion. And he yelled at Deran, “Nothing happens to Amy… or Lena.” Do I express myself clearly?
After Pope was stabbed, Smurf’s youngest son confronted Tina Trujillo in an effort to put the entire incident with Pete losing an eye behind their family. No chance, the woman said. The Codys, who appeared to be weak, were being targeted, and it wasn’t just the Trujillos. Craig was taken to a sort of backyard fighting club for recovering drug addicts by Vince in the meantime. Although Renn’s invitation to go to San Antonio with her and Nick was thoroughly considered, it didn’t appear to make much sense to him.
Oh, and in 1992, When Smurf read Julia’s mail, she was upset to see that she received a 94 percent on her sat. She is informed by Smurf that she requires her and Andrew to complete one task or errand. She informs her that it counts as extracurricular participation and would enhance her college essay writing. Though not delighted, Julia insists it’s fine. While on their Smurf-related errand, Julie apologizes to Andrew for the incident involving Baz. Smurf visits Baz and compliments him on a job well done before introducing her to Charley, who has just emerged from the shower. Pope and Julia reconciled, and Smurf made Baz envious by sleeping with a young lad.