It’s new podcast Friday. Glad you could join us for our Luke Cage Episode 9 Review as we discuss our top five points about “DWYCK” the eighth episode of the latest Marvel Netflix show Luke Cage including what that episode title means in our Spoiler filled podcast. As always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to our podcast. We will be releasing our review of Marvel’s Doctor Strange the massive new movie from Scott Derrickson this week so our next episode review of Luke Cage will be out on Friday the 11th of November. We hope you’ll join us then.
Luke Cage Episode 9 Review Podcast “DWYCK” Spoiler filled Synopsis
Written by Christian Taylor
Directed by Tom Shankland
After his second bullet wound at the hands of Willis Stryker (Erik LaRay Harvey), Luke Cage’s (Mike Colter) wounds begin to turn septic. As he reunites with Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson) they become increasingly desperate to find a way of removing the Judas bullet shrapnel and in so doing they head back down south to Georgia and Doctor Noah Berstein (Michael Kostroff) as Luke begins to weaken. Elsewhere in Harlem, in the vacuum of Cornell Stoke’s murder, an uneasy alliance forms between Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard), Shades (Theo Rossi) and Diamondback. At a meeting of the local crime bosses Diamondback kills all of them except Domingo Colon (Jacob Vargas) and only spares Dillard after she proves her worth.
Misty Knight (Simone Missick) is hauled in front of a police psychologist who evaluates her breakdown on the job. As Knight is released and tasked to find Luke Cage, he arrives at Berstein’s house where using Reva’s data stick from Cage’s chain Berstein hopes to try and remove the bullet fragments. As he lowers Luke Cage into a boiling tank of acid the pain becomes too much as the ECG flat lines!
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Defenders TV Podcast will return with our review of Luke Cage Season 1 Episode 10 “Take It Personal” on Friday the 11th of November 2016 and then a new episode review each Tuesday and Friday for the rest of the 13 episodes.
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Date recorded: 15/10/2016
Date published: 04/11/2016
MP3, 69.25 mins, 96kbps, 48.0 MB
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