Having captured one of the fingers Sowande, the Defenders bound him to a chair in an abandoned building and began to question him and the motives of the Hand. Though he never uttered a word about their plans, Sowande warned them that the Hand was going to attack their respective allies, one of them being Trish Walker. In heated rage, Jones knocked him unconscious before searching for her adoptive sister.
With Murdock securing Karen Page, he spoke with Stick about giving up on being Daredevil. Despite Stick intruding on his personal attributes, Murdock debated on whether to bring his former life into the situation.
With fear of the Hand killing their loved ones, Jessica Jones went to retrieve her adopted sister, Trish Walker. When Jones arrived, Walker was discussing the future of her talk show with her producers, attempting to discuss the recent tremors that had impacted the city. Jones told her they had to go, explaining that her case just went south. Spotting two Hand assassins entering through the main entrance, the two women were forced to move upstairs to an deserted dining room, where they were ambushed by Murakami. Jones attempted to fend off Murakami, but she was not as skilled in fighting as he was, causing her to be easily subdued by him.
Suddenly Matt Murdock, now returned as the vigilante Daredevil, assisted Jones in protecting her adopted sister. The two heroes fought Murakami as Walker watched in amazement after seeing Daredevil. Murakami was then thrown off a balcony by Jones but managed to disappear without being detected.
- ↑ Iron Fist: Season 1 ends a couple of months before The Defenders: Season 1 (1, 2), which is 6 months after Elektra's death.
- ↑ Iron Fist: 1.01: Snow Gives Way
- ↑ The Defenders: 1.01: The H Word
- ↑ The Defenders: 1.03: Worst Behavior
- ↑ The Defenders: 1.06: Ashes, Ashes
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 The Defenders: 1.05: Take Shelter