Last season on Colony, we met the Beaumans. Will (Josh Holloway) was former FBI recruited by the new government for his skills, and agreeed to get his missing son back. Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) was recruited by Broussard (Tory Kittles) to join the Resistance and spy on her husband. As you can imagine, that did not work out too well, or stay secret for more than 2 seconds. Both sides did questionable things – betrayal, murder, theft, chaos – just a perfect little family. Everything was out in the open at the end as Will and Katie took a stand on opposite sides, and Katie ended up alone.
When we last saw the Beauman family, Katie and Will (Sarah Wayne Callies, Josh Holloway) were on different sides of the law, but Will’s heart was not really in his cause. He just wanted his son back, and his family together. They both got caught up in this bloody, violent war, but what’s great about Colony (and probably the reason for its renewal) is these complex relationships, not only between wife and husband, and father and son, but the partnerships, which are deep too.
The boys just cannot help getting into hot water with their shenanigans! On today’s Kings of Con 1.7, Rob Benedict & Richard Speight, Jr., stars of their own show on Comic-Con HQ, and stars of cons in their own heads, find themselves with a very “hard” problem in Littleton, Colorado.
Kings of Con Season 1 Episode 1: “Whippany, NJ” & 1.2 “Whippany, NJ (Still)”
Directed by Richard Speight Jr.
Written by Richard Speight Jr., Rob Benedict
Created by Richard Speight Jr., Rob Benedict
Starring Richard Speight Jr., Rob Benedict, Matt Cohen, Laurie Fortier, Osric Chau, Kurt Fuller, Kim Rhodes Comic-Con HQ
Air Date: Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
Kings of Con is a crazy funny new show by Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. of Supernatural fame, where they play caricatures of themselves touring the fan convention circuit, from the backstage point of view. Chock full of guest stars, and equally chock full of laughs, the guys poke fun at themselves and the antics that happen behind the curtain.