Somerville (left), who wrote the episode, withReid(right). "It's fun but scary as shit," says Reid of being the sole showrunner this season. "I'm flying blind. I’m hoping I’ll do something that people will follow."
Costumers Kristi Baker (center) and Allison Graziano hover over a suicide victim (John Billingsley). Says Reid of the show's level of gore: "A lot of the time [FX's notes] are, 'Can you push it further?' You never get the pullback note."
Ted Levine and Demian Bichir
Levine (left), as Lt. Hank Wade, and Bichir (right) shoot season two's fourth episode. Audiences "love that no one is good or bad -- there isn't a perfect side on either side of the border," says Bichir.
The German actress, who did six months of research for the role, was unfazed when her performance was criticized: "I knew that going in. That's what people with Asperger's go through their entire life -- people telling them: 'She's weird. I don't like her.' "
Three extras dressed as El Paso police head to the crime scene, a taped-off bank parking lot.
Camera operators Dave Frederick (left) and Chris Tufty (right) flank first assistant director Jeremiah Acerra during a scene inside The Santa Clarita Bank.
Johnny Dowers and Abraham Benrubi
Benrubi (DEA agent Joe McKenzie, center) and crewmember Kelly Ambrow adjust the shirt ofDowers (left), who plays Det. Tim Cooper on the series that received a Peabody Award in May. Says Kruger of the win, "It was surreal that we received this our first season."
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