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Echo 3 (Season 1) Episode 7: Recap and Ending Explained

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Echo 3 (Season 1) Episode 7: While presenting a narrative with multiple layers of global politics, what “Echo 3” emerges is a solid action thriller. We get insight into the political relationship between Colombia and Venezuela while following a real-life narrative. Starring Michiel Huisman, Luke Evans, Jessica Ann Collins and James Udom in key roles, each episode is a fascinating journey, if not an entirely satisfying cerebral experience. As Bambi, Prince, and Mitch attempt to negotiate a deal with Tariq, things don’t go as well as they hoped with emotional blackmail. The new episode, broadcast on AppleTV+point out the same.

Echo 3 (Season 1) Episode 7 Recap

Red is positive, black is negative

Episode 7 is directed by Pablo Trapero and written by Christopher Stetson Boal. The final episode ended with Mitch (James Udom) trying to cut a deal with Venezuelan minister Tariq (Vicente Peña) to return Amber (Jessica Ann Collins) in exchange for her brother, Momo (Juan Pablo Urrego). Now they have kept him in one of the bedrooms at their house, where he keeps begging to be saved in exchange for money. As Bambi (Luke Evans) tries to convince him to call Tariq, Violeta (Martina Gusman) is emotionally broken because of what happens to her in the jungle.

Echo 3 (Season 1) Episode 7

When she hears the news of Momo’s capture by the two Americans who have gone home with the promise of peace, she becomes enraged and, despite her husband’s opposition, decides to return to work. After resuming her usual routine, she will meet the Colombian president to discuss it. He is sorry that she had to suffer the effects of such unfortunate violence. He understands that she has different political views from him, which is why she notes that she will be objective in her work.

While working on her story in The Times, she asks her opinion on Bambi and Prince (Michiel Huisman), who are part of the American special forces, and wonders why no action is taken against them. He maintains a diplomatic response, and she gets no clear answer. Although he is evasive, she is certain that the CIA is influencing this incident. She talks to her colleague and sees how Americans feel they can do whatever they want without any repercussions.

Soon, she is visited by Natalie Foster (Elizabeth Anweis), CIA station chief at the American Embassy in Colombia. Knowing that Violeta is working on a story about Bambi and Prince, Natalie mentions that she will help her. Meanwhile, Bambi and Amber’s mother, Maggie (Valerie Mahaffey), suddenly decides to go to Colombia without warning. She goes to his house and, seeing his room, takes a look at the Arsenal next to his bed. Bambi then mentions that Amber is being held hostage near the Venezuelan border, which is impossible to enter, which is why they kidnapped Tariq’s brother to blackmail him.

Maggie cleverly calls it a hostage swap to sound like she’s comfortable with the way things are going with their family. Later, as Bambi and Prince go out, she watches a football game with Roy (Temuera Morrison), who accompanies them on the mission. Then she goes back to her room and, while playing her music at maximum volume, enters the bathroom. Shortly after, three people enter with guns, which Roy does not initially realize due to the loud sound of the television. He quickly realizes this and shoots two of them. The third, meanwhile, manages to kill him and then goes upstairs to Momo’s room. He opens the room to find him with duct tape over his mouth and tells him to be quiet. He then heads to Maggie’s room, from where he heard the loud music. He walks over to the tub and shoots through the curtain, thinking someone is behind it. That’s when Maggie appears from behind and takes him down in no time.

After a while, Bambi and Prince return to see the house already open and go inside to see if anyone is still left. On the first floor, Prince makes sure Momo is still in their care. Meanwhile, Bambi sees Maggie, clearly terrified by the incident, and still drinking local beer, pretending nothing has happened. He plans to escort her to the United States. Meanwhile, he and Prince realize their current location is no longer safe to hold Momo captive and decide to drive away.

During their ride, Prince mentions his relationship with his father, constantly trying to get his approval, and how his marriage to Amber finally made him see him as a man. Violeta, on the other hand, receives a call from her colleague telling her that, even if her article is exceptional, it will not be published. Although he doesn’t explicitly mention any reason, she understands that the CIA is involved in his removal and is heartbroken that he can no longer share his factual opinions.

The next day, Bambi and Prince take Momo to the countryside and still keep him tied up inside the place. They spend a day or two waiting for Mitch to arrive. As Momo manages to remove the black mask from her face and begins to scream for help, there is no one in the hearing field to come and help her. After this failed attempt, he accepts defeat and realizes that his fate is in the hands of these two American men in addition to his brother, who can save him in exchange for Amber.

Does Prince & Bambi’s hostage swap plan work with Tariq?

Soon after, Mitch comes to this place and warns them not to believe anything from the agency as they might try to save themselves from any potential danger. He then video calls Tariq to speak with Momo and have Bambi and Prince have a chat with them. Tariq seems quite confident that these two wouldn’t go so far as to harm Momo and disregards their repeated requests to influence the establishment that is holding Amber hostage.

Tariq instead wants Amber to stay in prison much longer since she is a CIA agent who arrived in South America with the identity of just being a scientist. Prince is triggered by Tariq’s refusal to agree to him going all the way to shoot Momo. Just at the right time, Bambi stops Prince from doing so. They both realize that their hostage exchange plan would not succeed and they must enter the facility to rescue Amber themselves.

Echo 3 (Season 1) Episode 7 Recap and Ending Explained

How do Bambi and Prince decide to save Amber?

After his text conversations with Natalie (which reveals their personal relationship in the past), Bambi steps out to meet her in person. He then asks her to block the facility for a while, at which time they will save Amber. She mentions how complicated the process is to get there. With a CIA agent like Mitch involved, their authorities will try to use him to their advantage and politicize him for personal gain against the Venezuelan government.

However, Bambi doesn’t mind the difficulty and shows his willingness to go to war if necessary. It’s clear that Tariq’s refusal to accept it has hurt his ego, and he’s willing to do anything to save Amber. While he wants two hours of radio silence between the Venezuelan military and the facility to rescue Amber from there, Natalie only offers him 48 minutes, after which the Venezuelan authorities realize something is wrong. At the end, Prince is seen talking to a team of locals about a black ops mission to rescue Amber.

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