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Space Cowboys Podcast: Roswell, New Mexico 2×10 recap


Roswell, New Mexico 2×10, “American Woman” aired on The CW on May 18, 2020

This Roswell, New Mexico podcast is hosted by Liz Prugh and Meg Bonney. The two discuss and recap the latest Roswell, New Mexico episodes, discuss theories, and more. 

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Tune into Space Cowboys Episode 36 as we recap Roswell, New Mexico 2×10, “American Woman.” This episode was absolutely PACKED with big reveals, including the truth about Maria’s family, Max and Isobel’s true relationship, DIEGO, and so much more! Honestly, it’s good they took a week off, because we needed to process!  

Roswell, New Mexico — “American Woman” — Image Number: ROS210a_0170b.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Nathan Dean as Max, Lily Cowles as Isobel, Michael Vlamis as Michael and Heather Hemmes as Maria — Photo: Ursula Coyote/The CW — © 2020 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved

Tune in for details on:

  • Why the Liz/Arturo/ICE story was so important for this show to tell 
  • Maria and Isobel going from bickering frenemies to family
  • Why we love the Manes brothers 
  • Is Forrest really a bad guy? Oh yes, we have a theory.
  • Why we think Michael is 100% going to go nuts in the next episode 
  • How Max and Isobel may not be siblings, but why we still think they are related 
  • Why we need an AlienAncestry.com for the show
  • Again – WHO THE F*CK TOOK ALEX?!
  • And more!

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What did you think of Roswell, New Mexico 2×10? Comment below or hit us up on Twitter and tell us your thoughts!

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Watch Roswell, New Mexico on The CW on Mondays on 9pm EST.


Liz Prugh

Liz is the co-founder of PureFandom.com. She loves geeking out over any and all sci-fi/fantasy and always thinks vampires are cool. You can currently find her co-hosting the Pure Fandom Podcast and writing about pop culture. Nerd out with her on Twitter @lizprugh.

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