Carlisle and Kline have their very different orders, despite their unity of purpose. There is no turning back now!
Dreisler shows Carlisle some of his cards, and oh boy, does this guy have a dark plan.
It’s time for Carlisle to pay the piper, and it’s not looking good. Will Cynthia figure things out, and can she do anything about it?
Who really benefited from the shooting at Astor Place? How bad is the backlash going to be? Carlisle has had his head above the ridge line for a long time now…
Reconciliation is in the air, but no one really believes it. Who will get swept away in the damage control?
Dark plans and fantasies are afoot, and it’s Deacon Winters with his finger in the pie. Speedboat has a crisis of confidence.
The knives are out now, and it’s a question of who has the best survival skills. Carlisle and Kline find a little bit of weary comfort.
The show’s over, and it’s time to pay the piper. The Tactical Squad will be collecting the bill.
The show ain’t over til the Horsemen ride, and the crowd is outside and looking to the skies. Mansard is the ghost in the machine. Carlisle is tired and just wants to go home, but he’s got a sinking feeling…
Oh, it’s on. Arlen Proverb has gone wildly off script, the Deacons are seething, but Deacon Dreisler seems strangely unbothered…