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This is a draft for the timeline of The Punisher: Season 1, Jessica Jones: Season 2, Luke Cage: Season 2, Iron Fist: Season 2, Daredevil: Season 3, and The Punisher: Season 2 to be built up, written, and checked before being put on the relevant pages fully. The placement has now been decided, and once it is all written and checked, it will be posted soon.

There are full spoilers within.

The Punisher: Season 1

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The Liebermans' dates of birth:

  • First kiss: November 28, 2016 - 15 years. May 28, 1999, January 1, 2000, January 1, 2001, October 9.33333, 2001, December 31, 2001, December 31, 2002, December 31, 2003. ([May 28, 1999]*1+[January 1, 2000]*2+[January 1, 2001]*4)/7 = June 28, 2000. ([December 31, 2001]*4+[December 31, 2002]*2+[December 31, 2003]*1)/7 = July 27.57143, 2002. 1500/759.57143 = 1.97480. Micro born [November 26, 2016] - ([January 5, 2017] - [March 19, 1977]) = [November 26, 2016] - 14,537 days = February 7, 1977, 4/(14,537/365.25) = 0.10050. Sarah born [November 26, 2016] - ([January 5, 2017] - [April 2, 1978]) = [November 26, 2016] - 14,158 days = February 21, 1978, 4/(14,158/365.25) = 0.10319. New York juniors are 15.66598-16.66598 at the start and 16.66598-17.66598. Approx. 16.66598, 6087 days old at the time, 2 years' leniency. 1500/730.5 = 2.05339. M = ([February 7, 1977]*0.10050 + (FK-6087)*2.05339)/(0.10050+2.05339) = (38*0.10050 + 2.05339FK - 6087*2.05339)/2.15389 = (2.05339FK - 12,495.16590)/2.15389 = 0.95334FK - 5801.20894, - M + 0.95334FK = 5801.20894. S = ([February 21, 1978]*0.10319 + (FK-6087)*2.05339)/(0.10319+2.05339) = (417*0.10319 + 2.05339FK - 6087*2.05339)/2.15658 = (2.05339FK - 12,455.95470)/2.15658 = 0.95215FK - 5775.79070, - S + 0.95215FK = 5775.79070. FK = ([October 9.3333, 2001]*1.97480 + (M+6087)*2.05339 + (S+6087)*2.05339)/(1.97480+2.05339+2.05339) = (9048*1.97480 + 2.05339M + 6087*2.05339 + 2.05339S + 6087*2.05339)/6.08158 = (2.05339M + 2.05339S + 42,865.96030)/6.08158 = 0.33764M + 0.33764S + 7048.49074, 0.33764M + 0.33764S - FK = - 7048.49074. M = 2591.61930, Micro born c. February 5, 1984. S = 2606.56125, Sarah born c. February 20, 1984. FK = 8803.60442, first kiss c. February 7, 2001.

2001

  • "Fifteen years training an army." Not sure what that means. Is it to do with 9/11?<Ep 1/>


Iron Fist Between Seasons

2017

March

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April

  • Across the month of April, Danny Rand publishes the front page from a Forbes magazine where he appears, his collection of books from his room, the equipment and the training section from the Chikara Dojo.[1]

May


Jessica Jones: Season 2

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1967

June

  • Jeri Hogarth is born.
    • Carrie-Anne Moss born August 21, 1967.
      Jessica Jones: Season 1, middle of filming May 14.5, 2015, 17,433.5 days old, middle set April 7, 2015, suggests July 14.5, 1967.
      Daredevil: Season 2, Episode 13, filming July 6, 2015 + 163 days * (12.5 / 13) = December 9.7, 2015, 17,642.7 days old, scene set November 21, 2015, suggests August 1.3, 1967.
      Iron Fist: Season 1, Episodes 3, 4, and 13, filming April 14, 2016 + 177 days * (((2.5 + 3.5 + 12.5) / 3) / 13) = July 7, 2016, 17,853 days old, set ([February 13, 2016] + [February 16, 2016] + [February 25, 2016]) / 3 = February 18, 2016, suggests April 3, 1967.
      The Defenders: Season 1, Episode 2, filming October 31, 2016 + 139 days * (1.5/8) = November 26.1, 2016, 17,995.1 days old, scenes set May 6, 2016, suggests January 28.9, 1967.
      Jessica Jones: Season 2, middle of filming June 24, 2017, 18,205 days old, middle set May 22, 2017, suggests July 19, 1967.
      ([July 14.5, 1967] * (1 / (17,433.5 / 365.25)) * 10 + [August 1.3, 1967] * (1 / (17,642.7 / 365.25)) * 1 + [April 3, 1967] * (1 / (17,853 / 365.25)) * 3 + [January 28.9, 1967] * (1 / (17,995.1 / 365.25)) * 1 + [July 19, 1967] * (1 / (18,205 / 365.25)) * 11) / ((1 / (17,433.5 / 365.25)) * 10 + (1 / (17,642.7 / 365.25)) * 1 + (1 / (17,853 / 365.25)) * 3 + (1 / (17,995.1 / 365.25)) * 1 + (1 / (18,205 / 365.25)) * 11) = June 29, 1967.

1985

June

  • Trish Walker is born.
    • Rachael Taylor born July 11, 1984.
      Jessica Jones: Season 1, middle of filming May 14.5, 2015, 11,264.5 days old, middle set April 7, 2015, suggests June 3.5, 1984.
      The Defenders: Season 1, middle of filming January 8.5, 2017, 11,869.5 days old, middle set May 7, 2016, suggests November 7.5, 1983.
      Jessica Jones: Season 2, middle of filming June 24, 2017, 12,036 days old, middle set May 22, 2017, suggests June 9, 1984.
      ([June 3.5, 1984] * (1 / (11,264.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + [November 7.5, 1983] * (1 / (11,869.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + [June 9, 1984] * (1 / (12,036 / 365.25)) * 12) / ((1 / (11,264.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + (1 / (11,869.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + (1 / (12,036 / 365.25)) * 12) = May 7.43000, 1984.
    • ([May 7.43000, 1984] * (4 / ((1 * 12 + 1 * 4 + 1 * 12) / ((1 / (11,264.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + (1 / (11,869.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + (1 / (12,036 / 365.25)) * 12))) + [July 2, 1985] * (3000 / 365)) / ((4 / ((1 * 12 + 1 * 4 + 1 * 12) / ((1 / (11,264.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + (1 / (11,869.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + (1 / (12,036 / 365.25)) * 12))) + (3000 / 365)) = June 26, 1984.

1990

January

  • Malcolm Ducasse is born.
    • Eka Darville born April 11, 1989.
      Jessica Jones: Season 1, middle of filming May 14.5, 2015, 9529.5 days old, middle set April 7, 2015, suggests March 4.5, 1989.
      The Defenders: Season 1, middle of filming January 8.5, 2017, 10,134.5 days old, middle set May 7, 2016, suggests August 7.5, 1988.
      Jessica Jones: Season 2, middle of filming June 24, 2017, 10,301 days old, middle set May 22, 2017, suggests March 9, 1989.
      ([March 4.5, 1989] * (1 / (9529.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + [August 7.5, 1988] * (1 / (10,134.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + [March 9, 1989] * (1 / (10,301 / 365.25)) * 11) / ((1 / (9529.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + (1 / (10,134.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + (1 / (10,301 / 365.25)) * 11) = M = February 3.95814, 1989, 4 / ((1 * 12 + 1 * 4 + 1 * 11) / ((1 / (9529.5 / 365.25)) * 12 + (1 / (10,134.5 / 365.25)) * 4 + (1 / (10,301 / 365.25)) * 11)) = weight = 0.14728.
    • Phillip would be 27 on May 1, 2017, and Malcolm is the same age. M = P, absolute earliest age 31 (but about to turn 32) so May 2, 1985, earliest possible age 29 (but about to turn 30) so May 2, 1987, earliest realistic age 27 (but about to turn 28) so May 2, 1989. Earliest: ([May 2, 1985] * 1 + [May 2, 1987] * 2 + [May 2, 1989] * 4) / (1 + 2 + 4) = March 10, 1988. Latest realistic age 27 (just turned) so May 1, 1990, latest possible age 25 (just turned) so May 1, 1992, absolute latest 23 (just turned) so May 1, 1994. Latest: ([May 1, 1990] * 4 + [May 1, 1992] * 2 + [May 1, 1994] * 1) / (4 + 2 + 1) = June 22.57143, 1991. Leniency: 1199.57143 days. 3000 / 1199.57143 = weight = 2.50089.
    • Phillip born between January 1, 1990 and April 13, 1990. P = February 21, 1990. 1000 / 103 = 9.70874, two bits of non-contradictory evidence so doubled, weight = 19.41748.
    • M = (34.95814 * 0.14728 + P * 2.50089) / (0.14728 + 2.50089)
      = (5.14863 + 2.50089P) / 2.64817
      = 1.94422 + 0.94438P.
    • P = (417 * 19.41748 + M * 2.50089) / (19.41748 + 2.50089)
      = (8097.08916 + 2.50089M) / 21.91837
      = 369.42022 + 0.11410M.
    • M = 393.18274 = January 28, 1990, P = 414.28237 = February 18, 1990.

February

  • Phillip Jones is born to Brian and Alisa Jones.
    • February 1990 as explained.

January

19th

  • Leslie Hansen finishes working at Metro-General Hospital to move to IGH.
    • ([May 4, 1997] * 4 + [1997] * 2 + [1990s] * 1) / (4 + 2 + 1)
      = ([May 4, 1997] * 4 + [July 1, 1997] * 2 + [January 0.5, 1995] * 1) / 7
      = (2680 * 4 + 2738 * 2 + 1825.5 * 1) / 7
      = 18021.5 / 7
      = 2574.5
      = January 18.5, 1997.


Luke Cage: Season 2

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Luke Cage Season Two

1976

March

  • Dontrell Hamilton is born.
    • The average of filming for Missick's episodes was roughly July 4.73077, 2017. The average of his episodes' setting was roughly August 22.5, 2017. So, Cockroach should be born about 48.76923 days after Dorian's date of birth, roughly March 4, 1976.

1977

May

  • Darius Jones is born.
    • Aged 7 at some point between May 11, 1984 and May 10, 1985, so born between May 12, 1976 and May 10, 1978. 728 days of leniency. May 11, 1977, 3000 ÷ 728 = 4.12088.
    • Middle of filming for Season 1, Episode 4 roughly October 13.80769, 2015. Thomas Q. Jones born August 19, 1978, so 13,569.80769 days old (37.15211). Middle of flashbacks November 12, 2013, so Comanche born around September 17.19231, 1976.
      Middle of filming for six Season 2 episodes roughly July 22.82051, 2017, so 14,217.82051 days old (38.92627). Middle of his episodes roughly August 24.66667, 2017, so Comanche born around September 20.84616, 1978.
      ([September 17.19231, 1976] × (1 ÷ 37.15211) × 1 + [September 20.84616, 1978] × (1 ÷ 38.92627) × 6) ÷ ((1 ÷ 37.15211) × 1 + (1 ÷ 38.92627) × 6) = June 3.77755, 1978. Weighted average age 7 ÷ ((1 ÷ 37.15211) × 1 + (1 ÷ 38.92627) × 6) = 38.66251, weight 4 ÷ 38.66251 = 0.10346.
    • ([May 11, 1977] × 4.12088 + [June 3.77755, 1978] × 0.10346) ÷ (4.12088 + 0.10346) = May 20.52171, 1977. May 21, 1977.

November

  • Raymond Jones is born.
    • The average of filming for Shepherd's episodes was roughly July 25.8, 2017. The average of his episodes' setting was roughly August 19.4, 2017. So, Cockroach should be born about 24.6 days after Dorian's date of birth, roughly November 19.6, 1977.

1991

January

4th

  • Benjamin Donovan formally becomes the Stokes family's lawyer.
    • August 31, 1987, January 1, 1990, March 1, 1990 = October 4.71429, 1989 earliest. December 31, 1991, July 31, 1992, August 29, 1992 = April 4.42857, 1992 latest. January 4.07143, 1991 roughly.


Iron Fist: Season 2/Daredevil: Season 3

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Daredevil Season Three

2016

May

9th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 beginning to minute 1ish.

10th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 1ish to minute 3ish.

June

30th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 3ish to minute 7ish.

November

27th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 7ish to minute 10ish.

2017

April

27th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 10ish to minute 19ish.

September

24th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 19ish to minute 31ish.

25th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 31ish to minute 34ish.

October

8th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 5 beginning to minute 4ish.

9th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 5 minute 4ish to end. Episode 6 beginning to minute 37ish.
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 34ish to minute 35ish.

10th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 6 minute 37ish to end. Episode 7 beginning to minute 3ish.

13th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

14th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

15th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 7 minute 3ish to minute 7ish.

20th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 7 minute 7ish to end.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

  • Mentioned, Ep 3: Kazemi tells his family he regrets the sale.

21st

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

22nd

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 35ish to minute 47ish.

23rd

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 47ish to minute end. Episode 2 beginning to end. Episode 3 beginning to minute 11ish.

24th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 8 beginning to minute 10ish.
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 3 minute 11ish to end.

25th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 8 minute 10ish to end. Episode 9 beginning to minute 5ish.
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 4 beginning to end.

26th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 9 minute 5ish to end. Episode 10 beginning to minute 10ish.
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 5 beginning to end.

27th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 10 minute 10ish to minute 46ish.
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 6 beginning to end. Episode 7 beginning to minute 10ish.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

28th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 7 minute 10ish to end.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

29th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 8 beginning to end. Episode 9 beginning to minute 8ish.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

30th

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 9 minute 8ish to end. Episode 10 beginning to end. Episode 11 beginning to end. Episode 12 beginning to minute 10ish.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

31st

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 12 minute 10ish to end. Episode 13 beginning to minute 5ish.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

November

1st

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 13 minute 5ish to minute 39ish.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

2nd

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

3rd

Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3, Episode 13 minute 39ish to end.
Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

4th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.

2018

April

14th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 10 minute 46ish to minute 47ish.

15th

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2, Episode 10 minute 47ish to end.

The Punisher: Season 2

1976

Check 1976 is still the best year for Frank's date of birth. It should be.

c. 1981

  • Billy Russo is born.
    • Season 1 (needs updating): Ben Barnes' age during filming would put Billy's date of birth around July 1981.

c. 1983

  • Dinah Madani is born.<Ep 9/>
    • Season 1 (needs updating): Graduated in May 2005, meaning likely turned 22 September 2004-August 2005 so born September 1982-August 1983 - around March 1.5, 1983. Weight 2000/364 = 5.49451. Amber Rose Revah's age would put Dinah's date of birth at May 13, 1986, weight 4/(11,155/365.25) = 0.13097. ([March 1.5, 1983]*5.49451+[May 13, 1986]*0.13097)/(5.49451+0.13097) = March 29, 1983.

c. 1992

  • Billy fights with a man who calls him pretty.<Ep 8/>
    • 10-11, so approximately 11.0.

2001

October

1st

  • Rafi Hernandez hires Dinah Madani, aged 18.<Ep 4/>
    • 15 years before November 16, 2016.

c. 2002

Frank and Maria get together.<Ep 8/>

  • Frank and Maria get engaged.<Ep 8/>

2003

  • Lisa Castle is born.<Ep 8/>

2004

  • Dinah Madani receives a car from her father for her 21st birthday present.[3]

January

  • Frank goes on a deployment with Curtis.
    • Left somewhere between Maria becoming pregnant in September 2003 and Curtis' leg being blown off in April-May.

April-May

  • Curtis' leg.<Ep 9/>
    • Frank's wife is roughly at the same stage of pregnancy as the woman who is 7-8 months pregnant. Could be Spring 2003 or Spring 2004 depending on if it's Lisa or Frank Jr.. Frank implies that he left while his wife was pregnant with his son (not daghter), and he came back after he was born, so that works better. So a month or two before Frank Jr. is born, Spring 2004.

June

  • Frank Castle, Jr. is born.<Ep 5/>
    • Frank Jr. is "barely 8" when Frank returns from a deployment. November 2010 is the midpoint between returning home from Afghanistan around January 2008 and him leaving for Afghanistan in September 2013. This deployment finished early, so maybe 14 months instead of the usual 15. 7 months either way from November 2010, April 2010-June 2011. That would mean Frank Jr. was born May-June 2003. However, he should really be born at least a year after Lisa, who was born June 2003. So this should be at least June 2004. Going with that, Frank's deployment between January 2008 and September 2013 should be shifted to April 2011-June 2012.

2005

April=

  • Frank gets back after 15 months and meets his son.

2011

April

  • Frank is sent on another deployment.<Ep 5/>
    • As mentioned, April 2011-June 2012.

2012

June

  • Frank gets back from a deployment unexpectedly early. His son, who has recently turned 8, has painted a marine.<Ep 5/>
    • As mentioned, April 2011-June 2012. Frank Jr. is barely 8.

Frank served January 2004-April 2005, 18 months at home, October 2006-January 2008, 3 years at home, April 2011-June 2012, 15 months at home, September 2013 intended to end December 2014 but ended April 2015.

Jessica Jones: Season Three

AKA The Perfect Burger

  • In response to an Amber Alert, Jessica Jones tracks down the missing Cassie Yasdan, who had been taken ilegally by her father, who lost custody of her to Cassie's mother. Jones intends to return Cassie home, and when Mitch Yasdan threatened to get physical, Jones tosses him several feets in the air. The incident, unbeknownst to Jones, is captured on camera and uploaded on the Internet.[4]
  • Jones returns to New York City with Cassie and gives her back to her mother, who while grateful, did not appreciate Jones' input on how to raise her child.[4]
  • Jones returns to the Alias Investigations Office to learn from Vido Arocho that her altercation with Mitch Yasdan had since gone viral. She enters her apartment, where she and Gillian, her assistant, discuss furniture arrangement and clients.[4]
  • At night, Jones heads out. In the hallway, she runs into Malcolm Ducasse, who has upgraded apartments and moved into Mrs. Chin’s old apartment since he quit from Alias Investigations a year ago. After introducing Jones to Zaya Okonjo, his new girlfriend, the two part ways.[4]
  • While at the bar, Jones is approached by Eddy Costa, who congratulates her on bringing Cassie home, as it was he who mentioned the case to Jones. He then suggests that Jones should end her private investigator endeavors and leave it to the professionals. However, his reason for being there was to simply remind Jones of their agreement, that he would throw her the occasional case and she would not break the law.[4]
  • Jeri Hogarth wakes up from her sleep and falls onto the floor as she attempts to get up out of the bed. She sits on the ground in pain, contemplating whether to call 911. She ultimately choses not to, instead grabbing some pills from her nightstand, but only to look at them.[4]
  • Jones wakes up as she hears Dorothy Walker banging on her door. Jones slams the door in her face twice before even hearing out what she had to say. Dorothy reveals that Trish Walker is missing and wants to hire Jones to find her. According to Dorothy, 24 hours ago, Walker went off the map. Dorothy offers to pay Jones for her services, but Jones is too far removed from caring about Walker. And so, she kicks Dorothy out. Jones then gets a call from Hogarth, who is in need of her assistance.[4]
  • At Hogarth's apartment, Hogarth shares with Jones her plan for the future. In her hand, she holds the pill bottle from her nightstand. Everyday, she asks herself if today is the day she would finally take them. The answer had been no, until that morning, when she felt the first significant symptoms of the ALS, though the symptoms did pass. However, it made her realize that when the day came for her to finally take them, she would not have it in her to do it herself. So, she says she is going to need someone to slip her the pills without her knowing, and she wanted that to be Jones. However, Jones is reluctant.[4]
  • Ducasse arrives at the scene of a car crash. Apparently, Cody Willamet jumped a curve and hit another driver, who suspected that Willamet was jerking off while driving. The injured driver wants to sue him but Ducasse recommends against it for several reasons. Although, there was at least one thing the injure driver could get out of this, that being Willamet’s truck. Ducasse approaches Willamet with a transfer of title document and tells him to sign it. He returns to the injured driver with the transfer and tells him that the car is now his, so long as he agrees to keep the accident to himself.[4]
  • Jessica Jones has a change of heart and decides to look into Trish Walker's disappearance. She calls Dorothy to ask for Walker’s credit card numbers, bills, the last person she saw, and the names and contacts of her co-workers. When asked about her security door, Dorothy reveals that Walker had moved and that she did not have a security door at her new place. She apparently sold her condo and everything else she owned. They then agree to meet at Walker's apartment in the morning.[4]
  • As planned, Jones and Dorothy arrive at Walker's new apartment. Jones begins looking through Walker's work. She discovers that Walker had been educating herself on everything. Jones realizes that it was less of an apartment and more of a hideout. She hops onto Walker's laptop to see what she could find. Unlike Dorothy, who had previously attempted, Jones knew Walker's password. Dorothy admits that she used to be jealous of Jones' relationship with Walker commenting that Jones was her protector and Trish was Jones' conscious. Dorothy suggests that Jones must have miss that feeling, which led to her being kicked out by Jones, who then proceeds to search into Walker's laptop. She starts by looking through Walker's ride history with LYFT, jotting down each address Walker was either taken to or picked up from. Also in Walker's inbox, Jones discovers email drafts, one for Jones, Dorothy, and Grace. Jones clicked on the draft addressed to her. It was a message, in which Walker explained her side of things and why she had to kill Jones' mother a year ago. This angers Jones, who knocks the laptop on the ground in a fit of rage.[4]
  • Still, Jones follows Walker's ride history to a hotel. She heads inside, where after roughing up the clerk, she learns that Walker had been staying there. Jones enters Walker's room and goes through her bags and discovers the reason why she was staying there; she was stalking out the apartment building next door.[4]
  • Ducasse meets with Hogarth to give her the nondisclosure agreement from the latest guy Willamet almost killed, though Ducasse is skeptical of his role in allowing an entitled drunk like Cody Willamet back on the road. Ducasse reminds Hogarth that he is an investigator, not a fixer, though she required both. She hopes to keep Ducasse around and assures him that it would all be worth it. With the experience he would gain from working with her and her eventual recommendation, he would be able to launch his own P.I. firm. While Ducasse is a valuable asset, before they could move further, Hogarth needs to know that he was with her. Once Ducasse is gone, Hogarth continues to read the Zoye Lyonne Arts Scholarship Benefit Concert email she had received. She also instructs Char to make a platinum-level donation and then put the address in her calendar.[4]
  • Jones remains in Walker's hotel room throughout the duration of the day. She uses the binoculars she found in Walker’s bag to scope the neighboring apartment building, to see what it was that Walker was stalking on. Jones spots Walker down on the street. She appears to be following someone. Jones watches from the hotel room as Walker follows the man into his home. She begins to attack him. Just as he gains the upper hand, Jones comes to save her, crashing through the man's window as he pulls out a gun and begins firing. Jones disarms the man and retreats into the bedroom with Walker, who exhibits impressive reflexes and agility before returning to the main room, only to discover that the man and the sculpture that Walker was after, is gone. Walker then jumps out the window and returns to her hotel room, with Jones not far behind.[4]
  • Jones confronts Walker, referring to her as a cat burglar, but Walker is simply trying to get justice. Jones realizes that what she saw Walker doing earlier means that Karl Malus' procedure worked. Walker comments she was tracking the man for weeks and that now he got away with a sculpture, which was evidence to link him to an assault. Walker claims she is trying to be the hero she always wanted to be, and Jones mocks her for it. Jones questions if it was all worth it to Walker considering that she got what she always wanted. Walker says that she has freed Jones from her responsibilities of helping people, because she could do that now. Before leaving, Jones tells Walker that her mother was looking for her.[4]
  • As it turns out, Ducasse has not gotten over letting Willamet walk, and so he had been following him. He watches from his car as Willamet exits a restaurant drunk, with his girlfriend telling him that he is too drunk to drive, though Willamet is far too belligerent to adhere to her warnings. Willamet then pulls off in his car with Ducasse on his tail. Willamet pulls up to a stop sign, not only drunk, but texting while driving. As he drives forward, he is hit from the side by Ducasse, who exits his car and flees the scene.[4]
  • Jones gets a drink at the bar, where Walker's talk show, [[[Style by Trish]] is on, but Jones requests it be turned off.[4]
  • Hogarth attends the Zoye Lyonne Arts Scholarship Benefit Concert. She seems to have her eye mostly on Kith Lyonne, who thanked all the supporters for attending. Afterward, Hogarth and Lyonne discuss their past. It has been 25 years since they last saw each other. Hogarth points out the fact that she gave and supported the benefit concert every year. Kith then introduces her husband, Peter to Hogarth. Peter has been following Hogarth’s defense of super powered vigilantes, as he is a lawyer, but is now a professor of criminal law. Before leaving, Hogarth gives Lyonne her card as they were to arrange a meeting to catch up.[4]
  • Back at the bar, Jones makes a bet with Erik Gelden, one that she lost, costing her $10. Gelden jokes he had an instinct for idiocy. It was people like the idiots at the bar that he had never cared for, though Jones could not say the same. According to her mother, she cared. He tells that from the look on Jones' face that her mother was dead, to which he offers his condolences. Gelden continues to share his view of the world with Jones, how everything is terrible and optimism is a lie. He accepts reality and proceeds accordingly. The two of them toasts to having low expectations. Jones then receives her burger she ordered, which he would not allow her to eat as it was a waste. He was very much aware of who Jones was and what she was capable of, yet he continues, even offering to make her a burger of his own, that he bet $50 she would enjoy. Jones decides to take him up on the offer. They return to her place, where he introduces himself as Erik as they kissed. They are interrupted by a knock at the door. Jones suspects it was Arocho, but as she opens the door, she is stabbed by someone wearing a black ski mask. Jones, bleeding and wounded, shoves her assailant down the hall. She fells to the ground, and her attacker escapes. Fortunately, Ducasse comes out of his apartment and tends to Jones as he calls the police.[4]

AKA You're Welcome

  • As Trish Walker gets on the elevator to leave Jones' apartment, she drops her phone, but before it hit the ground, in what appeared to be a natural reflex, she uses her foot to catch it. She then gets on the elevator. So amazed with the feat, she attempts to do it again, but this time, failed miserably, and cracks her phone screen in the process. As she exits the building, everything from the street lights to the headlights on cars appeared much brighter and vibrant to Walker. Realizing that Karl Malus' procedure worked, Walker thinks on telling Jones, but she realizes Jones needs time.[5]
  • Walker goes to the local park and begins testing her new abilities on the surrounding jungle gym. She discovers that her reflexes, agility, and balance, among other things have increased.[5]
  • For the several months, she goes back to the jungle gym, honing her abilities. After she controls them fully, she starts her research on the crimes in New York City and how a hero fights crime.[5]
  • Walker meets with her mother at a coffee shop. While Walker still remains unemployed, she does have a busy schedule. The conversation drifts towards Jessica Jones, more specifically how she supposedly killed her mother. Walker then tells Dorothy how Jones is now advertising, trying to be a hero. Dorothy does not want Walker involved with Jones or her antics. More importantly, Walker now needs someone she could trust, which is why Dorothy wanted to see her. She informs Walker that she is being offered a spot on a celebrity dance show, but Walker declines. Dorothy lists a number of other potential career choices, but Walker wants pursing her own things.[5]
  • After leaving the shop, Walker starts listening in on police calls. She manages to intercept their frequency to listen in for reports. Just as Walker had lost hope of seeing any action, dispatch reports a robbery in progress. Walker goes into action as she races down the street to the scene of the crime. However, she gets there too late, arriving just as the police are putting handcuffs on the suspects. Just down the block from her, Walker spots Jones, and decides to call her just to see if she would answer. Unfortunately, Jones does not. Walker finds herself on scene for a phone snatching. She chases the phone snatcher down, kicking him in the face, before taking the phone and returning it to the owner. Unfortunately, both the victim and the thief recognized her as Patsy.[5]
  • After being recognized, Walker realizes that she needs a disguise and heads down to the costume shop. She tries on a number of outfits, but she could not decide which was right for her. She eventually settles on a hat, sunglasses, and a scarf.[5]
  • Walker then gets a workout at the gym, where she is again recognized, but as Trish Walker. She is served. The phone jacker was suing her for assault, forcing Walker to go to Jeri Hogarth for counsel. The case does have merit, even if Walker caught him with stolen property. Unfortunately, Walker did not get the victim's information, so she had no way of corroborating her story. Hogarth wants to plead self defense, but Walker decides against it. Hogarth agrees to represent Walker, but that would have to be in all areas. The perception is that Walker is rich and entitled. However, Walker is living off her savings and can barely afford to hire Hogarth, who instructs her to take stock of her assets and decide what she can liquidate, or else a judge would decide for her. Hogarth then calls in their investigator, that being Malcolm Ducasse, who is tasked with finding leverage against the phone jacker.[5]
  • Being the plaintiff is a mugger, he probably lays low, meaning it will take some time to dig up information on him. The hope is that they will find something to put him in jail. Walker then reveals to Ducasse that she is the one who killed Alisa Jones, which left Ducasse frustrated. Walker deflects, pointing out that while she is trying to stop the bad guys, Ducasse is working to protect the bad guys as an investigator for a defense attorney. Accusing him of giving up, but Ducasse is simply earning his bones to move up to bigger and better. As Walker prepares to leave, she notices someone with a stack of police reports. Hoping to get away some, she trips the man up, causing him to lose control of the files as they fell all over the ground.[5]
  • Walker takes the files back to her new apartment, where her investigation is interrupted as her mother stopped by unannounced. Unsurprisingly, Dorothy is unimpressed with Walker's new living arrangements, taking a look around only to continually criticize. Having sold everything she owned, on top of moving into the loft and Walker's suspicious behavior, Dorothy suspects something was going on with Walker and asked to help.[5]
  • Walker takes interest in one particular defendant, Reid Pearson, who got off on a technicality. She begins following him, watching from her car with binoculars as he goes out to a bar. Walker watches for hours on end before Pearson made his move, roofying a girl's drink. Panicked and unsure what to do next, Walker calls Jones, who did not answer. The suspect then leads his victim stumbling out the bar, forcing Walker to follow them. Pearson takes Birdie to an ally, where he tries to rape her, but he did not get the chance, as Walker takes him down. She then checks on Birdie and makes her aware that she had been drugged and that Reid intended to rape her telling her that Pearson has done it before. Walker then flees the scene, but not before making sure the police are called and telling Birdie to inform the police that she is the one who fought Pearson off. As the police arrives, Walker watches from her car as Birdie was tended to and Pearson was arrested.[5]
  • Walker goes to see Jones, but when she gets there, she spots Jones in the middle of a break up with Arocho, as he had found someone else and moved on. Walker, who had been eavesdropping on their discussion, takes the stairs down so not to be seen.[5]
  • Walker resumes her physical training at her apartment with her trainer, Adrian, who after besting him, she proceeded to have sex with. Walker wakes up the following morning to discover that Adrian is still there. On the TV, there was a new report of a woman, Madeline Brandt, who had been viciously attacked in her home by by several thugs, who also stole a valuable sculpture from her. Brandt's half-brother, Andrew Brandt, had been arrested in connection to the crime. Adrian explained that it is people like Andrew Brandt that are the reason he boxes.[5]
  • Ducasse arrives at Walker's apartment to get a check from her to pay off the cellphone thief. He wanted $50 000, which was a lot less than Hogarth expected. Ducasse explained that was because he got the phone jacker to back down. Ducasse reveals that the thief was a family guy. Married and had a 12 year old kid, but the thief was not really the kid's father. Just some guy who came into the picture when the kid was a baby. So, Ducasse gave the man a choice, he could enlighten the kid on the truth or the thief could reconsider his settlement demands. When the guy called Ducasse's bluff, Ducasse called the kid and asked him if his dad had ever told him what a bastard was. The thief caved and begged Ducasse not to say anything else. He did not, and the settlement demands were lowered. Ducasse would have told the kid everything had the mugger not agreed to his demand. Walker gives him the check, but before leaving, he advises her to get her life together because people will eventually begin asking questions and looking into her.[5]
  • Walker takes Ducasse's advise and starts her own day time show Style by Trish. After closing out her new show, Walker continues her investigation into Andrew Brandt, who had walked free from hiring thugs to beat up his half-sister and stealing a sculpture. Dorothy then approaches to remind Walker to keep her head in the game. She wants to make sure that this show is what Walker really wanted. Walker replies that it is serving a purpose. People needs to see what she is up to. Walker continues her investigation into Brandt from her home. She then starts typing a letter, which she intends to send to Jones at some point, what started as an apologetic letter with a softer tone, quickly became much more, harsher and direct.[5]
  • From there, Walker begins stalking Brandt. She starts by breaking into his apartment while he is gone. She disables the alarm and begins looking through his place for the sculpture. She finds a locked safe, which she is certain the sculpture was kept in. While she could not get to the sculpture for the time being, she wanted to at least be able to keep an eye on Brandt. So, she decides to move into the hotel next door to his apartment building. From her room, she had the perfect view of his home. That night, she waits for Brandt to return home, ignoring several of her mother's call and messages while doing so.[5]
  • When Brandt arrives, Walker watches from her room, though she eventually falls asleep and did not wake up until the following morning as Brandt is preparing to leave. Before doing so, he opens the safe and pulls out a gun and what Walker believed to be the sculpture, so she follows him. As it turned out, he had not grabbed the sculpture from the safe, but a bag filled with money. Walker follows him home and breaks into his apartment and trips his alarm to gain his attention. She then attacks him, but does not fare well. He grabs his gun from the safe and just as he is about to fire, Jones comes crashing through the window.[5]
  • In the aftermath of the attack, during which time Brandt gets away with the sculpture, Walker fills Jones in on how she had been tracking Brandt for weeks and now she has lost him because of Jones. Walker states that she is a hero now, and maybe it would be better if Jones stayed out the way. Walker believes she freed Jones of any obligations she felt she had to be a hero. Because Walker can be that. Before leaving, Jones tells Walker that her mother was looking for her and to call her, so that Jones could be paid.[5]
  • The next morning, Trish Walker returns to set for her show, where she is scolded by her mother for missing two shows in a row. While Dorothy is able to keep the network from killing the show, Walker is out of second chances. Dorothy wonders what it was that caused Walker to disappear like that, though Walker would not reveal, at least not truth. She allows her mother to believe that it was man trouble, simply stating that she is all alone in this. Walker then gets a call from Ducasse, who informs her that Jones was in the hospital after being stabbed by a masked assailant.[5]
  • Jessica Jones lays in the hospital bed, pale and weak. Walker looks over her and asks how she is feeling. Jones had just gotten out of surgery, but wants the name of her attacker. More specifically, of the man Walker was after, as Jones suspected that her attack was directly connected to Brandt, who must have recognized Jones when she came crashing through his window. It was then that Walker realized Jones had only called her down to get the name of her attacker.[5]

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