11 Available, 13 Aired
Last Aired S01E13 on May 22, 2016
11 episodes available of 13 aired
4.9 (8 Ratings)
25 Min

The comedy, which takes place in a fictitious desert town near the U.S.-Mexico border, centers on the intertwining daily lives of neighbors Bud Buckwald and Ernesto Gonzales. Bud, a married father of three, is a Border Patrol agent who feels threatened by the cultural changes that have transformed his neighborhood. Living next door is Ernesto, an industrious Mexican immigrant and father of four, who is proud to be making it in America. As Bud and Ernesto’s paths begin to cross, their families become bound by friendship, romance and conflict.


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Bordertown Seasons

  1. Watch Bordertown Season 1 S01
    11 of 13 Ep. Available 2016

Bordertown Episodes

  1. 13 Watch Bordertown S01E13 online - Viva Coyote
    Available Aired on May 22, 2016
  2. 12
    Not Available Aired on May 15, 2016
  3. 11
    Available Aired on May 08, 2016
  4. 10
    Available Aired on Apr 24, 2016
  5. 9
    Not Available Aired on Apr 17, 2016
  6. 8
    Available Aired on Apr 10, 2016
  7. 7
    Available Aired on Apr 03, 2016
  8. 6
    Available Aired on Mar 13, 2016
  9. 5
    Available Aired on Feb 21, 2016
  10. 4
    Available Aired on Feb 14, 2016
  11. 3
    Available Aired on Jan 17, 2016
  12. 2
    Available Aired on Jan 10, 2016
  13. 1
    Available Aired on Jan 03, 2016

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When El Coyote is moved to the No. 1 spot on the "Most Wanted" list, Bud and Barracuda go gunning for him: Bud because he let him slip across the border; Barracuda because he seeks to regain the top slot on the list. Meanwhile, Ruiz wants to free El Coyote so that an attractive waitress will see him as "more Mexican."

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Janice secretly maxes out her credit card in the purchase of an American Gal doll and accessories and takes a job as Ernesto's housekeeper to earn some extra cash. Bud, however puts in motion a plan to get her fired, while Gert seeks revenge on the American Gal company.

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Ernesto and Placido are thrilled that their favorite TV show, “La Fiesta Noche,” will be filming in Mexifornia. The Buckwalds and Gonzalezes both get tickets to the taping, but Bud’s anger at the spectacle causes him to be called onto the stage. Much to everyone’s surprise, the audience loves him and he becomes a big star in the Mexican community in the all-new “La Fiesta Noche Show”

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Residents are ordered to leave Mexifornia when it is threatened by wildfire, but Bud stays put and his house catches fire, requiring Ernesto to rescue him. Meanwhile J.C. and Becky take a relationship break and agree to see other people.

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Gert’s unhealthy eating causes her to have a heart attack during the Little Miss Mexifornia Pageant. Unable to afford the surgery in America, Bud takes her to Mexico to have her arteries unblocked and heart repaired. Meanwhile, Ernesto and Maria put Pepito on medication that makes him behave, but they don’t like the side effects.

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Bud helps a Mexican “Bud” look-alike sneak over the border, so he can take a break from his own life.

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Bud unwittingly becomes drug kingpin Pablo Barracuda’s inside man at the Border Station, as he competes to be richer and more successful than Ernesto.

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Frustrated that J.C. still hasn't gotten a job, Ernesto hires him as part of his landscaping crew. When the job turns out too difficult, J.C. unionizes Ernesto's workers and begins a strike.

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The Mexifornia population tips from white majority to Latino majority when Maria's sister has a baby, so Bud wants Janice to have another baby in order to even the shift.

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Bud becomes the high school football coach after the previous coach is forced out of the job by the local redneck fans.

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The reverend of Bud’s megachurch asks Bud to lure Ernesto, the town’s biggest church donor, away from the local Mexican Catholic church, to help fill their coffers. Ernesto is seduced by the glitziness of the church, and the reverend schemes to bring over all the other Mexican residents by “Hispandering,” to Bud’s horror. Bud and Ernesto team up to restore the status quo, but their plan backfires.

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Bud fights to get a border wall constructed using confiscated drug money, only to have the wall destroy the economy, leaving him jobless. He then begins smuggling immigrants under the wall to make ends meet .

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Bud is enraged when he finds out that his daughter Becky is engaged to J.C., Ernesto’s nephew who just graduated from college. Meanwhile, a staunch anti-immigration law is passed which eventually leads to J.C.’s deportation, much to Bud’s delight.

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