‘Sky Rojo’ Season 3, Episode 6: Recap And Ending, Explained: Did Coral And Wendy Kill Romeo?

The ending of Episode 5 of “Sky Rojo” Season 3, provided a shift in events. Romeo and his men waited for hours in Moises’ caravan for medical care, while Beefcake inadvertently revealed evidence of Christian’s death. A part of Moises believed that Romeo was involved in the killing of his brother, but he still had faith in Romeo. He had been like a brother to Moises and Christian, and Moises thought there was no way he could murder Christian for his own good. Moises blindly trusted his words and went to kill Coral, Wendy, and Gina. Gina died, and now the duo is taking care of the child with the help of Wendy’s girlfriend, Greta. Coral and Wendy wanted to murder Romeo. Episode 6 of “Sky Rojo” Season 3 starts with Coral and Wendy trying to isolate Romeo from his men. It was their only chance of survival because Romeo was the root cause of all their problems. The following day, Greta chose to leave, and Wendy gave her half a million euros as compensation. Soon, Greta took a taxi and left. Eventually, they kissed each other, and after leaving, Greta remembered her memories with Wendy. Despite all the pain she’d been through, she chose to return and support Coral and Wendy with Gina’s son.

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While Greta took charge of their essentials, Coral and Wendy aimed to kill Romeo. Romeo left the club, and he was alone; the girls chose to attack him, but Coral was intoxicated, and she didn’t notice Romeo’s children in the back seat. Romeo increased his speed and attempted to escape, injuring one of his daughters. She banged her face on the car seat, and her lips got torn. Romeo’s eldest daughter became furious and asked to live separately with her grandma. Wendy and Coral got away, but both of them had a big fight. Coral could not believe that she would also kill the children. Back at the Club, Romeo was fearful of death. He talked to Moises and decided not to take revenge. But Moises guaranteed he could find Coral and Wendy and kill them. Moises left the club to find out more about Greta as Romeo exploited Rubi in his office. Romeo consumed drugs and alcohol together while seeking Rubi’s care. She tucked Romeo into a blanket and played music for him to relax. Romeo asked her to sleep next to him, and Rubi was terrified. Romeo continued to speak about his feelings towards Rubi, noting that Rubi had been there for him through thick and thin.

In reality, she only did so to get out of working at the club. Rubi slept beside him like a dead body. Well, Moises left the club with the intention of finding Greta’s name. He called her previous place of work and various other places to find someone with the name “Greta Braun.” Soon, he found her address and let Romeo know immediately. Romeo did not hang up the phone and left his office to talk to Beefcake and Darwin. Now Romeo wanted to start a family with Rubi, and she realized that Moises was the only one who could save her from Romeo’s clutches. When Romeo left, he told Moises to hold the line. Rubi used it to confess everything to Moises. Romeo had thawed Moises’ mother’s body and placed it on a hospital bed. By the time Moises had arrived, she was already dead, and the vitals revealed by the computer belonged to Rubi. They hid Rubi under Moises’ mother’s bed while the leads were connected to her body. In addition, she even spoke with him about Christian’s death. Coral and the others only shot him in the belly, whereas Romeo let him bleed out for 11 hours. Romeo left his body on the street and placed the entire blame on Coral, Wendy, and Gina.

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Now Moises was furious; he altered the whole plan and decided to kill Romeo instead. The following night, he reached Coral’s home and helped them escape. As Darwin and Beefcake approached, they began shooting. Fortunately, Moises was able to save the girls and the baby before they were murdered by Romeo’s men. Moises had apologized for Gina’s death and commanded them to leave with him. At first, Wendy didn’t buy it because there was a chance, he could bring them back to the club. But Coral could tell that he wasn’t lying, so they didn’t hesitate. Moises teamed up with the girls to get back at Romeo, and it was their only chance to survive. Moises knew all about Romeo’s strengths and weaknesses. It was clear that Romeo would die a painful death. Moises had never believed that Romeo would hurt his mother this way. Well, Moises did not understand that Romeo only intended to use him as a tool. In reality, Romeo yearned for attention and external validation from people, and Moises stood ahead of everyone. Previously, when Beefcake accidentally blurted out clues related to Christian’s death, Moises was skeptical about it, but he still considered Romeo to be a father figure to him.


Raschi Acharya
Raschi Acharya
Raschi Acharya is a Mass Media graduate and she is currently working and living in Mumbai. From a very young age, Raschi was heavily interested in reading and writing. She prefers to write everything that her mind nurtures her to do as shaping up her imagination is her forte!

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