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Bitter Sweet Symphony is the sixth episode of season 3 of Roswell, New Mexico and the thirty-second episode of the series overall. It first aired on August 30, 2021.


Official synopsis for Bitter Sweet Symphony from The CW:

DIZZY – Max (Nathan Dean) investigates the break-in meanwhile, Alex (Tyler Blackburn) continues his research. Rosa (Amber Midthunder) and Isobel (Lily Cowles) team up and Liz (Jeanine Mason) makes a shocking discovery. Also starring Michael Vlamis, Heather Hemmens and Michael Trevino. The episode was directed by Rachel Raimist and written by Leah Longoria & Steve Stringer (#306). Original airdate 8/30/2021.

Plot summary[]

Act 1: TBA

Act 2: TBA

Act 3: TBA

Act 4: TBA

Act 5: TBA

Act 6: TBA

Cast and characters[]




  • Annacheska Brown as Nurse Kate
  • Jasmine Gonzalez as Darby
  • Chris Bylsma as Cody Karman





  • The title for the episode was revealed on March 3, 2021 when the writers room Twitter account posted an image of the script's title page.[1]
  • The episode is named after the song "Bitter Sweet Symphony" performed by The Verve, released in 1997.


Ramos: Do you believe in aliens?

Alex: I, uh, believe in statistics. I think it's improbable we're alone in the universe.

Ramos: What if I told you, the question isn't whether or not they exist, it's how do we start a conversation?

Alex: Well then I would say good luck. Cuz knowing us, if they decided to show themselves, we would probably just kill them.

Alex: I'm not doing this with you.

Michael: What are we doing, Alex? Cuz it sure ain't investigating a crime scene.

Alex: I'm a cyber-intelligence specialist. I am not a magician.

Michael: Well, I just want you to be a guy who gives a damn. When I thought it was me who was killed in Maria's vision, you said would burn the world down to find out who hurt me. Don't Kyle and Maria at least deserve a few flames?

Alex: I didn't say I wasn't gonna do anything. I just don't want you anywhere near whatever it is I decide to do.


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External links[]


  1. Roswell New Mexico Writers, Twitter post: March 3, 2021.