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Resolved to leave Banshee, Lucas learns that the murder case he thought was finally closed may in fact be opening again. After a tense faceoff with Calvin and the Brotherhood, Proctor looks to finalize his deal with the Colombians. Carrie takes aim at one final act of vengeance. Brock demands allegiance from Bunker as Banshee braces for an uncertain future.
The episode was rated 8.59 from 3086 votes.
Fueled by painful memories that led them to the point of no return, Lucas and Carrie steel themselves for the fight of their lives against a vengeful Rabbit and his ruthless soldiers. Rebecca proves her allegiance as Proctor returns home.
The episode was rated 8.40 from 1907 votes.
Lucas recalls a furtive chapter in his life and a fan of Job's work offers him special treatment. Later, Lucas is surprised when Gordon joins him for final negotiations with Stowe in Genoa, and Proctor and Rebecca pick up a new ally as they depart for Philadelphia to settle a score.
The episode was rated 8.33 from 2142 votes.
Recalling a series of prison therapy sessions that fueled his hatred of Rabbit, and pressed by Xavier’s insistence that the FBI handle a kidnapping case, Lucas makes a decision that will change the collective fate of Carrie, her family, Sugar, Job and the entire Banshee police force. A special delivery at Alex’s doorstep leads Nola to reconsider her future. Kai teaches Rebecca the power of telecommunications.
The episode was rated 8.25 from 1966 votes.
Lucas' secret is threatened. Tommy Littlestone organizes a second strike against Proctor.
The episode was rated 8.22 from 1798 votes.
All hell breaks loose as Chayton and an army of Redbones invade Banshee, looking to avenge Tommy’s death. Holed up in the Cadi with Lucas and his deputies, Proctor is frustrated by his inability to attend to his ailing mother at home. As the assault reaches a fever pitch, Bunker tries to prove to Medding that he’s not the man he used to be.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 1754 votes.
Fearing for Dawson’s safety, Lucas and Brock ramp up their efforts to hunt down Bode. With the Brotherhood poised to go to war with Proctor, Kurt looks to keep Maggie safe while Calvin takes out his frustrations at the office. Job settles a score with Leo Fitzpatrick, a Camp Genoa adversary.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 2907 votes.
Spurned by Deva and Gordon, Carrie is forced to take up a new residence. With his leadership abilities questioned, Alex ramps up his efforts to recover the money stolen in the casino heist. Siobhan relives a nightmare when her ex-husband shows up looking to reconnect. Lucas is asked to return Proctor's favor.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 2057 votes.
With help from Lucas, Dawson narrows her search for Declan Bode, a Satanist “person of interest” in Banshee’s serial murders. An emboldened Calvin throws down a gauntlet to Proctor and Kurt. Carrie’s recent vigilantism ends up putting both her and Deva in peril.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 2993 votes.
In New York, Job drops in on a priest with ties to Rabbit, taking a hit for his troubles. Carrie's relationship with Gordon faces a new test in the wake of another revelation. Burton silences one traitor, but another eludes him. Alex vows to deliver evidence to keep Proctor behind bars. Emmett moves on, while Brock looks to move up. Lucas and Carrie brace for an epic showdown, as does an NYPD captain with ties to their past.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 1872 votes.
A mixed martial arts title bout is being planned at the local Kinaho Moon Casino, run by tribe leader Benjamin Longshadow and his son. Huge profits are anticipated for Banshee investors, but the enterprise is threatened when the champion angers Lucas.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 2248 votes.
An illegal search warrant helps Lucas bust Proctor, but at a cost. Sharp and his skinheads look for payback against Emmett, testing the limits of the deputy’s patience. Carrie provides the cash for Max’s treatments and takes a small step towards thawing out her relationship with Gordon and Deva. Job finally gets a lead on Rabbit.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 1892 votes.
Lucas attempts to bring down Proctor's ecstasy operation by rattling the regulars and dancers at the Savoy strip club. Carrie, Deva and Gordon unite over a family crisis. Alex receives a no-confidence vote at tribal council. Job exhibits an explosive side.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 1879 votes.
Lucas recalls the history of his friendship with Job, while pondering the future - if there indeed will be one. Proctor and Emily pay the price for Rebecca's recklessness. Carrie and Gordon pick up the pieces of their shattered relationship. Stowe and Leo land a big fish. Bunker reconnects with his skinhead past. Deva gets a lesson about crime and punishment.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 1946 votes.
Following a lead, Lucas visits a strict Amish school teacher who might have insights into the murder of a Kinaho tribe member and the disappearance of Solomon Bowman. Emmett and Siobhan find transferring a prisoner more difficult than expected. Rebecca copes with the pain of her parents' rejection. Proctor offers Alex a peace offering. Nola delivers a final blow for justice.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 1929 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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