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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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1961

May

  • Wilson Fisk is born to Bill and Marlene Fisk].[2]
    • In Episodes 3-6 and 8-13 of Season 1, so the majority, so middle of his filming around September 25, 2014. Vincent D'Onofrio born June 30, 1959, so 20,176 days old, 55.23888. January 30, 2015 - 20,176 days = November 4, 1959.
    • In Episodes 8-10 of Season 2, so middle of his filming around July 6, 2015 + 163 days × (8.5 ÷ 13) = October 20.57692, 2015. Vincent D'Onofrio born June 30, 1959, so 20,566.57692 days old, 56.30822. November 17, 2015 - 20,566.57692 days = July 27.42308, 1959.
    • In all of Season 3, so middle of his filming February 14, 2018. Vincent D'Onofrio born June 30, 1959, so 21,414 days old, 58.62834. October 28, 2017 - 21,414 days = March 13, 1959.
    • ([November 4, 1959] × (1 ÷ 55.23888) × 10 + [July 27.42308, 1959] × (1 ÷ 56.30822) × 3 + [March 13, 1959] × (1 ÷ 58.62834) × 13) ÷ ((1 ÷ 55.23888) × 10 + (1 ÷ 56.30822) × 3 + (1 ÷ 58.62834) × 13) = June 30.62035, 1959.
    • Fisk is 12 when he kills his father, so c. December 1971. It was the day of a New York City 3rd council district election, and the closest is November 6, 1973. So, Fisk was actually born between November 7, 1960 and November 6, 1961. Around May 8, 1961. (2000 ÷ 365) × 5 = 27.39726.
    • June 30.62035, 1959. 4 ÷ ((55.23888 × (1 ÷ 55.23888) × 10 + 56.30822 × (1 ÷ 56.30822) × 3 + 58.62834 × (1 ÷ 58.62834) × 13) ÷ ((1 ÷ 55.23888) × 10 + (1 ÷ 56.30822) × 3 + (1 ÷ 58.62834) × 13)) = 0.07016.
    • ([May 8, 1961] × 27.39726 + [June 30.62035, 1959] × 0.07016) ÷ (27.39726 + 0.07016) = May 6.26977, 1961.

1968

January

  • Lily Ellison is born.[3]
    • This site says Chris Carfizzi is roughly 44 on December 17, 2019. So, assume turned 44 between December 18, 2018 and December 17, 2019, around June 18, 2019. So, born around June 18, 1975.
    • In Episode 3 of Season 3, so middle of his filming around November 13, 2017 + 186 days × (2.5 ÷ 13) = December 18.76923, 2017. Chris Carfizzi born roughly June 18, 1975, so roughly 15,524.76923 days old, 42.50450. October 23, 2017 - 15,524.76923 days = April 22.23077, 1975.
    • This would make Mitchell and Lily Ellison's wedding vow renewal approximately October 22, 1983. However, Meredith Salenger, who plays Lily Ellison, was only born in 1970, suggesting this should not be until at least 1988.
    • Latest by Jason's approximate date of birth would be April 21, 1984. Oldest possible (assuming correct age on site) born December 18, 1974, so 15,706.76923 days, 43.00279. Weight 4 ÷ 43.00279 = 0.09302.
    • Meredith Salenger born March 14, 1970, so 17,446.76923 days old, 47.76665. October 23, 2017 - 17,446.76923 days = January 16.23077, 1970. Earliest by Lily's approximate date of birth then would be (assuming she has to be at least 18 to be renewing her vows) January 16, 1988. Weight 4 ÷ 47.76665 = 0.08374.
    • ([April 21, 1984] × 0.09302 + [January 16, 1988] × 0.08374) ÷ (0.09302 + 0.08374) = January 27.66836, 1986. January 28, 1986.
    • So, then assume Lily born no later than January 28, 1968, and Jason born no earlier than January 29, 1977. Go with these as approximations.

1975

November

  • Albert is born.[4]
    • In Episode 1 of Season 2, so middle of his filming around December 6, 2017 + 177 days × (0.5 ÷ 13) = December 11.96154, 2017. James Hiroyuki Liao born February 6, 1976, so 15,284.96154 days old, 41.84794. October 3, 2017 - 15,284.96154 days = November 28.03846, 1975.

1980

December

  • Ray Nadeem is born.[5]
    • In all of Season 3, so middle of his filming February 14, 2018. Jay Ali born March 29, 1981 (1, 2), so 13,471 days old, 36.88159. October 28, 2017 - 13,471 days = December 10, 1980.

1983

November

  • Benjamin Poindexter is born.[6]
    • In all of Season 3, so middle of his filming February 14, 2018. Wilson Bethel born February 24, 1984, so 12,409 days old, 33.97399. October 28, 2017 - 12,409 days = November 7, 1983.

1984

November

  • Karen Page is born to Paxton and Penelope Page.[7]
    • In all of Season 1, so middle of her filming September 25, 2014. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 10,822 days old, 29.62902. January 30, 2015 - 10,822 days = June 14, 1985.
    • In all of Season 2, so middle of her filming September 25.5, 2015. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 11,187.5 days old, 30.62971. November 13, 2015 - 11,187.5 days = March 27.5, 1985.
    • In Episodes 1, 5, 7, and 8 of The Defenders: Season 1, so the majority, so middle of her filming around January 8.5, 2017. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 11,658.5 days old, 31.91923. May 7, 2016 - 11,658.5 days = June 5.5, 1984.
    • In Episodes 2, 5, 9, and 10 of The Punisher: Season 1, so middle of her filming around October 3, 2016 + 188 days × (6 ÷ 13) = December 28.76923, 2016. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 11,647.76923 days old, 31.88985. November 24, 2016 - 11,647.76923 days = January 3.23077, 1985.
    • In all of Season 3, so middle of her filming February 14, 2018. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 12,060 days old, 33.01848. October 28, 2017 - 12,060 days = October 21, 1984.
    • In Episode 11 of The Punisher: Season 2, so middle of her filming around February 26, 2018 + 166 days × (10.5 ÷ 13) = July 10.07692, 2018. Deborah Ann Woll born February 7, 1985, so 12,206.07692 days old, 33.41842. May 15, 2018 - 12,206.07692 days = December 12.92308, 1984.
    • ([June 14, 1985] × (1 ÷ 29.62902) × 13 + [March 27.5, 1985] × (1 ÷ 30.62971) × 13 + [June 5.5, 1984] × (1 ÷ 31.91923) × 4 + [January 3.23077, 1985] × (1 ÷ 31.88985) × 4 + [October 21, 1984] × (1 ÷ 33.01848) × 13 + [December 12.92308, 1984] × (1 ÷ 33.41842) × 1) ÷ ((1 ÷ 29.62902) × 13 + (1 ÷ 30.62971) × 13 + (1 ÷ 31.91923) × 4 + (1 ÷ 31.88985) × 4 + (1 ÷ 33.01848) × 13 + (1 ÷ 33.41842) × 1) = February 4.69895, 1985.
    • This contributes to Karen being March 2004, but also that contributes to this, so finished high school Spring 2003, born September 1, 1984-August 31, 1985, around March 2, 1985. Only implied, and only half-weight on top of that because it goes both ways. 500 ÷ 365 = 1.36986.
    • Karen is supposedly 31 in the main events of Season 2, October 28-November 21, 2015, so born November 22, 1983-October 27, 1984, around May 10, 1984. Only a prop and one with an error, 375 ÷ 341 = 1.09971.
    • February 4.69895, 1985. 4 ÷ ((29.62902 × (1 ÷ 29.62902) × 13 + 30.62971 × (1 ÷ 30.62971) × 13 + 31.91923 × (1 ÷ 31.91923) × 4 + 31.88985 × (1 ÷ 31.88985) × 4 + 33.01848 × (1 ÷ 33.01848) × 13 + 33.41842 × (1 ÷ 33.41842) × 1) ÷ ((1 ÷ 29.62902) × 13 + (1 ÷ 30.62971) × 13 + (1 ÷ 31.91923) × 4 + (1 ÷ 31.88985) × 4 + (1 ÷ 33.01848) × 13 + (1 ÷ 33.41842) × 1)) = 0.12813.
    • ([March 2, 1985] × 1.36986 + [May 10, 1984] × 1.09971 + [February 4.69895, 1985] × 0.12813) ÷ (1.36986 + 1.09971 + 1.46628) = October 26.44344, 1984.

1986

May

29th

  • In New York, a 12-year-old boy named Albert almost joins the Yangsi Gonshi. His best friend is recruited, and ends up dead.[8]
    • Calculated born November 28.03846, 1975, so November 28.03846, 1987-November 27.03846, 1988, May 28.53846, 1987. May 29, 1987.

1990

August

  • Davos is born.[9]
    • Davos calls Danny "little brother", meaning he is older than him (born before April 1, 1991), but credited as overlapping in age. So, born April 2, 1990-April 1, 1991. Roughly October 1, 1990. 2000 ÷ 365 = 5.47945.
    • In Episodes 9-13 of Season 1, so middle of his filming around April 14, 2016 + 177 days × (10.5 ÷ 13) = September 3.96154, 2016. Sacha Dhawan born May 1, 1984, so 11,813.96154 days old, 32.34486. February 24, 2016 - 11,813.96154 days = October 21.03846, 1983.
    • In all of Season 2, so middle of his filming February 21.5, 2018. Sacha Dhawan born May 1, 1984, so 12,349.5 days old, 33.81109. October 9, 2017 - 12,349.5 days = December 17.5, 1983.
    • ([October 21.03846, 1983] × (1 ÷ 32.34486) × 5 + [December 17.5, 1983] × (1 ÷ 33.81109) × 10) ÷ ((1 ÷ 32.34486) × 5 + (1 ÷ 33.81109) × 10) = November 27.77593, 1983. 4 ÷ ((32.34486 × (1 ÷ 32.34486) × 5 + 33.81109 × (1 ÷ 33.81109) × 10) ÷ ((1 ÷ 32.34486) × 5 + (1 ÷ 33.81109) × 10)) = 0.12009.
    • ([October 1, 1990] × 5.47945 + [November 27.77593, 1983] × 0.12009) ÷ (5.47945 + 0.12009) = August 8.40063, 1990.

1995

March

13th

  • Benjamin Poindexter practices throwing a baseball against the wall of his orphanage, Lyndhurst Home for Boys, and catching it. He throws hard and accurately in the same spot, causing a hole to form. His coach, Coach Bradley, picks him up for a baseball game, giving him a new leather glove as a gift. Poindexter quickly shows him his new wind-up bowl before they leave.[10][11]
    • Filmed November 13, 2017 + 186 days × (4.5 ÷ 13) = January 16.38462, 2018. Cameron Mann was born April 5, 2006, so about 4304.38462 days old, 11.78476. Poindexter born around November 7, 1983, so around August 20, 1995.

1998

December

4th

  • Father Paul Lantom finds Matt Murdock, who is practicing skills with his stick. Lantom tells him that he cannot skip his lessons for his upcoming confirmation, and that he has to stop getting in fights with other children. He says he can see that he is angry about his situation, and he needs to find a way to harness his anger and should try praying. Murdock says he feels neglected by God, but Lantom advises him to look out for God's more subtle actions.[12][13]
    • Skylar Gaertner born 2004, roughly July 1.5, 2004 then. Filmed November 13, 2017 + 186 days × (1.5 ÷ 13) = December 4, 2017, so about 4903.5 days old, 13.42505. Matt Murdock born around January 8, 1985, so should be around June 12.5, 1998.
    • Said that his confirmation is in the spring, implying around winter. The weather matches that. The weather, of course, is about the time of filming. If it was filmed around December 4th, then we can guess it's around the closest December 4th: December 4, 1998.
  • Murdock sits in Clinton Church and, with his enhanced hearing, overhears the prayers of all the struggling parishioners around him.[12][13]

2002

March

16th

2003

October

  • Dr. Eileen Mercer, dying from a terminal illness, holds her final meeting with teenager Benjamin Poindexter. He desperately wants her not to leave, wishing to keep working with her, but she assures him they have prepared for this - that he will get a job and stay on his medication, and offers him a box of cassette recordings of their appointments to help him if he needs them. She suggests another therapist, but he angrily gets up and says he does not want another therapist, and that he wants to kill her for dying, which feels like abandonment. She calms him down, and says that he should find someone with a good heart to look up to, to guide his internal compass.[10][15]
    • Conor Proft was a freshman in 2012-2013, so was born c. February/March 1998. This makes him about 20y0m at the time of filming, which matches with Dex saying he's not yet 21. However, he is credited as "Teenage Dex", meaning he's no more than 19. So assuming he's 19 going on 20. Poindexter born around November 7, 1983, so around October 2003.

2004

August

23rd

  • Colleen Wing comes to the United States of America, leaving her grandfather's home in Japan after her mother is said to have died. She goes on to meet Bakuto at the Hand Compound and be recruited into The Hand.[16]
    • In all of Season 1, so middle of her filming July 11.5, 2016. Jessica Henwick born August 30, 1992, so 8716.5 days old, 23.86448. February 19, 2016 - 8716.5 days = April 8.5, 1992.
    • In 6 episodes (majority) of The Defenders: Season 1, so middle of her filming January 8.5, 2017. Jessica Henwick born August 30, 1992, so 8897.5 days old, 24.36003. May 7, 2016 - 8897.5 days = December 27.5, 1991.
    • In Episode 3 of Luke Cage: Season 2, so middle of her filming around June 6, 2017 + 166 days × (2.5 ÷ 13) = July 7.92308, 2017. Jessica Henwick born August 30, 1992, so 9077.92308 days old, 24.85400. August 24, 2017 - 9077.92308 days = October 16.07692, 1992.
    • In all of Season 2, so middle of her filming February 21.5, 2018. Jessica Henwick born August 30, 1992, so 9306.5 days old, 25.47981. October 9, 2017 - 9306.5 days = April 16.5, 1992.
    • ([April 8.5, 1992] × (1 ÷ 23.86448) × 13 + [December 27.5, 1991] × (1 ÷ 24.36003) × 6 + [October 16.07692, 1992] × (1 ÷ 24.85400) × 1 + [April 16.5, 1992] × (1 ÷ 25.47981) × 10) ÷ ((1 ÷ 23.86448) × 13 + (1 ÷ 24.36003) × 6 + (1 ÷ 24.85400) × 1 + (1 ÷ 25.47981) × 10) = March 27.60065, 1992. So, Colleen born around March 28, 1992. Colleen would have to have still been with her mother aged at least 3 to remember the stories her mother told her, and the Chikara Dojo Bulletin Board auction lot would suggest she was in New York teaching at the very latest by January 19, 2014. So, her moving to America is somewhere likely between March 28, 1995 and January 19, 2014, around August 23, 2004.

2010

January

21st

  • Mary Walker is captured while serving in Sokovia, and four of her squad teammates are killed, the other three captured with her.[17]

December

21st

  • Mary Walker, with her Walker personality at the fore, sits in her cell in a Sokovian prison, miserable and dispirited after months of questioning, rape, torture, and being made to watch her squad teammates killed.[17][18]
    • Imprisoned for 22 months, so assume about 11 months in, escapes 11 months later.
    • Looks like present day Mary. Given Alice Eve was February 21.5, 2018 - February 6, 1982 = 13,164.5 days old during filming, 36.04244, Mary would be born around October 9, 2017 - 13,164.5 days = September 23.5, 1981.
      • Absolutely no earlier than playing ⁶/₁₁ of her age, so 7180.63636 days old, 19.65951. Definitely shouldn't be earlier than playing ⅗ of her age, so 7898.7 days old, 21.62546. Realistically shouldn't be earlier than playing ⅔ of her age, so 8776.33333 days old, 24.02829. So, overall earliest should be (7180.63636 days × 1 + 7898.7 days × 2 + 8776.33333 days × 4) ÷ (1 + 2 + 4) = 8297.62424 days after her birth, 22.71766 years old. Earliest June 12.12424, 2004. However, we know from a prop that Mary served for 8 years before being kidnapped. So, even if she enlisted at 17, as early as September 1998, then she cannot have been kidnapped any earlier than January 1, 2006, making her escape no earlier than November 1, 2007 and so this scene, in the middle of her time in prison, no earlier than December 1.5, 2006. Earliest December 1.5, 2006.
      • Her escape is said to be "years ago" on October 25, 2017. So absolutely no later than April 25, 2016, not really possible to be later than December 31, 2015, realistically no later than October 25, 2015. So, overall latest should be ([October 25, 2015] × 4 + [December 31, 2015] × 2 + [April 25, 2016] × 1) ÷ (4 + 2 + 1) = December 9.28571, 2015. Therefore, latest imprisoned February 9.28571, 2014-December 9.28571, 2015 and so this scene, in the middle of her time in prison, no later than January 9.28571, 2015.
      • So, between December 1.5, 2006 and January 9.28571, 2015. Overall, approximately December 20.89286, 2010. December 21, 2010.
      • So, imprisoned January 2010-November 2011, so those 22 months would be 669 days. Therefore, about 334.5 days either way, January 20.5, 2010-November 20.5, 2011. January 21, 2010-November 21, 2011.

2011

November

21st

  • After 22 months in Sokovian prison, Mary Walker has a third alter personality of hers, which she had not been aware of, triggered. The third alter is vicious, ruthless, and bloody, tearing through her captors and escaping, leaving a bloodbath in her wake.[17][19]
  • Mary Walker is found, with her Mary personality back at the fore, as United States Armed Forces close in on her location after hearing reports of the carnage. She is clueless as to how she escaped, not retaining the memories of her other alters, and assumes her Walker alter got her out. However, Walker would go on to assume that, since she, too, was not involved in their escape, Mary must have convinced someone to get them out.[17][20]

2017

March

26th

  • A couple book a room for October at the Presidential Hotel.[21]
    • October 24, 2017.
    • Absolute earliest: January 1, 2016. Earliest possible: October 25, 2016. Earliest realistic: January 1, 2017.
    • So, overall earliest: October 21.28571, 2016.
    • Latest realistic: August 24, 2017. Latest possible: August 31, 2017. Absolute latest: September 8, 2017.
    • So, overall latest: August 28.14286, 2017.
    • So, around March 25.71429, 2017.

29th

  • Wilson Fisk begins planning a ceremony for his wedding to Vanessa Marianna, as the conclusion to his scheme to leave prison, take back control of New York City's criminal empire, and be considered a public hero. He intends for the ceremony to endear him once again to the media and citizens.[22]
    • October 31, 2017.
    • Absolute earliest: January 1, 2016. Earliest possible: November 1, 2016. Earliest realistic: January 1, 2017.
    • So, overall earliest: October 23.28571, 2016.
    • Latest realistic: August 31, 2017. Latest possible: August 31, 2017. Absolute latest: September 15, 2017.
    • So, overall latest: September 2.142857, 2017.
    • So, around March 29.21428, 2017.

October

13th

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14th

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

20th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
In Daredevil, it is mentioned that Kazemi tells his family he regrets the sale on this day.
--Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger is written up, from here--

  • Misty Knight meets with William Pike. Pike says that while she has to deal with Luke Cage, he has a problem with the Iron Fist, who busted their plan to take down Sherry Yang and Ho a few weeks ago, but Knight explains that the current killer is a different man, a psychopath with a red fist. He refuses to talk much about the problem, and Knight realizes he is stalling, not having a problem with Triad members being killed. He tells her to leave and take the captain job if she wants to confront him again.[23][24]
  • Knight informs Colleen Wing about Pike not being of help, back at Chikara Dojo. Wing says she has been trying to keep Rand's spirits up at physical therapy, and reveals that she has been working on Frank Choi's ledger and believes someone might have traded the box, a family heirloom of hers, for passage into the United States of America, but is not sure who.[23][24]
  • Danny Rand returns from hospital, using a Rand Enterprises compression brace to speed up his leg's recovery. They discuss the plan to get the Crane Sisters to help, and the bowl that Davos specifically needed, and Rand tells them that Ward Meachum mentioned seeing Joy and Davos at an auction, which Knight decides to follow up on, leaving the dojo.[23][24]
  • Rand tells Wing that he is feeling like he cannot be of any help, but she tells him to come to Bayard Community Center, where he can help spread the word about Davos.[23][24]
  • Joy Meachum gets off a call to Sofia Rios when Misty Knight turns up at her door, saying she wants to know about Davos' ceremonial bowl. Meachum is unhelpful, but Knight reminds her of the threat Davos could pose to her, and Meachum reluctantly tells Knight to visit Mika Prada, admitting that she has done something that angered Prada.[23][24]
  • Rostam Kazemi tells his family he regrets selling the Presidential Hotel and announces his intention to buy the hotel back. Wilson Fisk orders for him to be attacked so he does not get in the way of his plans.[25]
  • At Bayard Community Center, Rand tells Wing that he feels responsible for Davos, and admits that even after everything he has done, he still wants to safely stop him before the police end up killing his old friend, and believes that there is still some good in him.[23][24]
  • Drunk at a sports bar, Ward Meachum gets a call from Katie about him neglecting his duties at Rand Enterprises, but he refuses to come in. Bethany arrives, worried about him after hearing from Katie and trying to help, but he turns her away, talking about how hard his last week has been since Joy abandoned him and Rand was injured. When the bartender tries to calm him down, Meachum starts shoving him and throwing punches, but misses in his drunken state, and the bartender knocks him down.[23][24]
  • Davos finishes killing further criminals, then tells Chen Wu that they need to prepare for his students to arrive - Ryhno's gang. He says he needs help burning out the cancer in the city, and to stop Danny Rand when he inevitably comes for him again.[23][24]
  • As the two are walking, Davos spots an attempted car theft. He mercilessly kills the criminals, to Chen Wu's dismay, not even being Triad members.[23][24]
  • Knight meets with Mika Prada, who tells her the bowl is unique and from an ancient Himalayan city.[23][24]
  • Joy Meachum goes to see Walker to ask what happened to their plan, but instead finds Mary, not remembering any of their working together. She explains about Walker wanting to get away and not let the Mary personality come to the fore. Meachum tells Mary she likes one of her drawings, and when she looks at it, Mary has flashes of memory to what it depicts: her, trapped in a prison. She decides to pour her medicine down the drain and turns off the running water that keeps her settled.[23][24]
  • Misty Knight visits Chikara Dojo and tells Danny Rand and Colleen Wing what she has learned about the bowl. Rand takes a look at the photos Prada provided from the bowl's original location and translates the inscriptions shown, describing how the ritual works, but warning how dangerous it is.[23][24]
  • When Knight leaves, Rand tells Wing that he needs to be ready to face Davos again, and asks her to train him, but she says she cannot just walk back her decision to stop teaching. When Rand starts reorganizing the dojo so he can at least train himself, she says he is not respecting the fact that the dojo belongs to both of them, not just him.[23][24]
  • In an NA meeting, Bethany says that after almost 7 years sober, today she felt the urge to use drugs again after seeing the man she has been sleeping with, not revealing who that is. She talks about visiting him in a bar earlier, as Ward Meachum walks through the building on his way to the meeting late. Before he can enter, he overhears as Bethany reveals to the group that the biggest problem she has is that she is pregnant with his child. Meachum turns away from the meeting, stunned.[23][24]
  • Mary films a message for Walker, saying that Joy Meachum's visit reminded her that Walker has saved people, including, she believes, them, when they were imprisoned in Sokovia. She says that she is giving herself over, and that if she wakes in Arizona she will understand, but hopes Walker will choose something else.[23][24]
  • Joy Meachum visits Davos and admits that she was afraid of him, but also of letting go. She claims that now she realizes fate brought them together and that she needs to become better, saying she thinks she can by returning to working with him, which pleases Davos. Meachum then enquires about the antique bowl, claiming she just wants to give it back to fix things with Mika Prada, but he says they have to keep it close.[23][24]
  • Ryhno's gang, including BB, arrive to begin their training. Davos tells them to call him "shifu".[23][24]
  • Danny Rand trains himself at Chikara Dojo, punching a cushioned post until his fist bleeds. He tries kicking the post with his injured leg, but falls to the ground. Colleen Wing enters and says that she has considered it, and she can train him, but it requires her to emotionally separate herself from him, as when a sensei teaches a student, they are responsible for them. Rand reluctantly agrees, stating they have no choice, and they begin training together.[23][24]

--Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger is written up, up to here--

21st

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

27th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
--Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger is written up, from here--

  • Imprisoned at Eden Towers, Misty Knight tries to prize open the door, but instead finds a weak spot in the wall which, using her bionic arm, she can begin to punch without harming herself.[23][26]
  • Walker drags Chen Wu's dead body away and sets up a gun on a staircase in Eden Towers, preparing for Davos.[23][26]
  • Ward Meachum sits with Joy as she is taken by ambulance to the hospital. He says that she was brave in going back to Eden Towers, but she insists she just did it out of self-preservation, asking him to stop making excuses for her behavior. Ward apologizes for insisting he had no other choice but to keep Harold secret, and says he will always be there for her if she needs him. She calls their family toxic, but Ward says that he hopes that is not true, revealing that he is going to be a father.[23][26]
  • Davos stumbles back to Eden Towers and calls for Chen Wu to prepare for Danny Rand and Colleen Wing's inevitable arrival. When he gets no response and notices the blood on the floor, he dives for cover, just in time as Walker starts shooting at him. He jumps behind columns, dodging Walker's repeated shots.[23][26]
  • The day's New York Bulletin carries the front page headline "FBI Investigates One of Their Own".[23][27]
  • Ray Nadeem calls the Ryker's Island warden and learns that Jasper Evans is indeed missing.[23][27]
  • Wing and Rand walk to Eden Towers and Rand explains that Davos cannot be killed, since if he dies then so will Wing. She hands him her katana, saying she will need her hands free.[23][26]
  • Misty Knight keeps clawing at the stone of the wall to get out and hears the gunshots nearby as she eventually creates a hole big enough to get her arm through and let herself out.[23][26]
  • Battle at Eden Towers:
    • Walker taunts Davos, waiting for him to come out so she can kill him. He lights up the Iron Fist and uses it to punch nearby bricks up at her, causing her to come down from her perch as he runs.[23][26]
    • Walker hunts for Davos but cannot find him in the building. Rand and Wing arrive and Rand explains that they cannot kill him. Wing suggests they work together, but is suddenly tackled by Davos, ambushing from his hiding place. Walker prepares to shoot him regardless, so Rand is forced to fight her, so as to stop Davos being killed and save Wing.[23][26]
    • DavosWing-SuperPunches

      Colleen Wing battling Davos

      Davos and Wing are engaged in a duel, while Rand and Walker spar with their respective blades.[23][26]
    • Walker injures Rand and goes for her gun, but at that moment Misty Knight reemerges to block her.[23][26]
    • Wing dodges an Iron Fist punch from Davos, causing him to punch a wall, then she shoves him over the rubble.[23][26]
    • Knight uses her bionic arm to block as Walker swings at her with her blade.[23][26]
    • Davos cries that he is the last son of K'un-Lun and rightful owner of the Iron Fist over a weak pretender, but Wing tells him that none of that matters and engages him again.[23][26]
    • Walker lodges her blade in Knight's bionic arm, but Rand gets up and slices the water pipes above. He pins Walker to the wall and has Knight use her phone torch as a strobe, hoping to trigger the Mary alter.[23][26]
    • Davos and Wing end up both lighting their respective Iron Fists and clash, the two Fists colliding. The impact causes a big shock wave that sends them both hurtling away from each other.[23][26]
    • The Mary persona is brought to the fore, and Knight agrees to take her with her, sending Rand to get Wing.[23][26]
    • Davos gets back up before Wing and crawls over to her, starting to perform the necessary gestures to complete the ceremony and take back his power fully. Wing manages to fight back, however, kicking him off of her as Rand arrives, attacking Davos himself and chasing him into a tunnel.[23][26]
    • The old friends engage in another duel, and Wing gets back up and joins, the two of them taking on Davos together. They manage to pin him down and Wing performs the remainder of the ritual, taking the power entirely to herself.[23][26]
    • Left without purpose, Davos tells Wing to "end it", to kill him. She refuses, saying that then she would be just like him, and Davos is left screaming in anger and despair. As he gets to his feet, Wing punches the ground with her white Iron Fist, knocking him down a final time.[23][26]
  • Karen Page wakes and washes her face, still feeling shaken about the James Wesley investigation.[23][27]
  • Page hears noises in her apartment and prepares to attack any intruder, only to find Murdock, in his black outfit. Despite not seeing him for so long, not being happy with Murdock, she simply tells him that he owes her for his rent.[23][27]
  • Murdock explains he is living where he grew up. Page suspects he has only come to her because he wants something, and asks what it is. He explains about Fisk staging his stabbing and the lifer, Jasper Evans, being free, but Page refuses to help him.[23][27]
  • Tormented about messing up with Julie Barnes, Benjamin Poindexter is unable to sleep. He goes to his apartment safe, where he also keeps several guns, and takes out his tapes with Dr. Eileen Mercer, listening to them again to calm himself.[23][27]
  • As morning comes, Davos is taken, in cuffs, to an ambulance for medical help before incarceration. Rand tells him he wishes it had not gone this way, but Davos continues to blame him. He insists that he has sent a powerful message out into the world and inspired people. Rand ignores him, saying he will not give up on the hope that Davos will come back to his senses at some point. Davos says he knows Rand fought for the Fist to fill a void in himself, and that he is proud to have at least walked a path, since Rand still has no idea who he is or what he stands for. Rand simply says goodbye and leaves.[23][26]
  • Misty Knight talks to Colleen Wing about her new tattoo, and Wing points out her broken arm means she can get a new one, which Knight says she has some ideas over. Wing says the power feels right, and Knight tells her she cannot think of anyone better suited to use the weapon to make peace. Wing asks if Knight will take the captain job, and Knight says she is unsure if it would suit her. Wing thanks her for her help, and they agree to spend more time together. Knight notes that she might need her help, since Luke Cage's behavior is worrying her and the Iron Fist is one of the only things that can cause him a problem. Rand comes over and says goodbye with Wing.[23][26]
  • Colleen Wing and Danny Rand walk together and discuss how, with everything they have been through, they are deeply bonded, and share a kiss. However, as Wing decides to go to Bayard Community Center to check on things and Rand decides to return to Chikara Dojo to clean up, they walk in opposite directions, their relationship still unresolved.[23][26]
  • Most of Wilson Fisk's belongings are delivered to the Presidential Hotel, on Benjamin Donovan's insistence.[23][27]
  • Fisk changes into a white suit and puts on a pair of cuff-links from his collection of pins. He stands and watches the workers putting his belongings into place.[23][27]
Magazine-Sports

November 2017 edition of Ballblaster Hooligan

  • A worker delivers Fitz the latest, November 2017 issue of Ballblaster Hooligan - the fifth consecutive edition in which he has a letter published in the inside cover. He checks the letter, then tosses it aside, hoping that Lance Hunter will eventually come to his aid.[28][29][30][31]
  • Interested in what Murdock told her, Karen Page searches for Jasper Evans on an online criminal record database.[23][27]
  • Back at the dojo, Rand starts putting furniture back after Davos' shock-wave punch, and comes across Wing's family crest medallion. Turning it over, he comes to a realization.[23][26]
  • Page meets with Foggy Nelson, who recommends that she agree to write the exposé for Murdock on the condition that he hand himself in to the FBI, since they do not know about him being Daredevil and he can bear witness, be cleared, and therefore get all three of them cleared. She accepts this, noting that she is not, however, ready to forgive him. He says that while Murdock has recently been a poor friend, they need to be better and not bail on him like everyone else in his life has. Page asks if he knows where Murdock grew up, since Murdock mentioned staying there, and Nelson nods.[23][27]
  • Agent Poindexter arrives at work 2 hours early, sleep-deprived. He asks his colleague for coffee, offering to take Fisk his food, then, once she is gone, shuts off the cameras before heading in.[23][27]
  • Delivering the food, Poindexter tells Fisk he has worked out he got Barnes hired at the hotel, and says she does not mean anything to him, so he has failed. Fisk tells Poindexter about having killed his father and says that he recognizes that Poindexter will know the same feeling that comes with killing. Poindexter accuses Fisk of destroying what he had with Barnes, but Fisk says she, and society, would never understand him - that society punishes people like the two of them, considering them alike.[23][27]
  • Back at the security surveillance, Poindexter's colleague hands him the day's New York Bulletin, sadly telling him that the FBI is throwing him under the bus. He sees the front page, declaring him as under investigation by the bureau.[23][27]
  • At Bayard, Wing informs Sam Chung that Davos has been dealt with. He says Crank is in custody and that the rest of the gang have been taken for questioning, and Wing requests they hold a service for BB, which Chung agrees to. Wing then notices that Sherry Yang is still present, and Chung explains she has been there overnight.[23][26]
  • Wing goes to speak to Yang and ask whether the Triad alliance will break down following Davos' defeat. Yang says the Triad War is over and thanks her for her and Rand's help. Wing states that to make the lives lost meaningful, the Yangsi Gonshi will have to change and stop their criminal activity. Yang points out that it will not happen instantaneously, which Wing accepts, but responds that she will be keeping watch.[23][26]
  • Karen Page visits Clinton Church and finds Sister Maggie Grace. She asks if Murdock is staying there, but Grace denies this. Grace reveals she has read her articles, and says she understands how difficult it can be trying to save Murdock from himself. She tells Page of how lonely Murdock was as a child, and that everyone in his life abandoned him, and advises that when someone in life pushes you away, you have to find the strength to hold on tighter.[23][27]
  • Ward Meachum shows up to the end of an NA meeting, and Bethany lets him in. He finds the courage to admit his struggles with relationships in his life and his loneliness, and that he does not know who he wants to be, always judging his self-worth against others in his life, who are no longer there.[23][26]
  • After the meeting, Bethany and Meachum talk in private, and Meachum explains about having overheard her talking about her pregnancy. He says he wants to be there for her and the child, but Bethany gently tells him that she feels she has to raise the child alone, since she cannot have the responsibility of looking after him as well as the child. Bethany tells him he has to believe in himself and his own ability to improve, but Meachum forlornly admits that he does not even like himself. She bids him farewell, telling him she does have faith in him.[23][26]
  • The FBI assure Poindexter that his situation is only temporary, and there will be an investigation into how the information leaked to the papers. He is, however, forced to hand over his gun and badge and take leave from work.[23][27]
  • Walking out of the building, despondent, Poindexter comes across Ray Nadeem. He tells Nadeem how desperate he is to keep the job, but Nadeem merely assures him that he made a point to commend his conduct in his report and he need not worry.[23][27]
  • Having located Jasper Evans, Karen Page enters a drug den where he is staying to get to him. She pretends to be their for drugs, buying some to sell the ruse, then searches through the building for him.[23][27]
  • Page locates Evans, but is attacked from behind by Evans' son, trying to protect him. At that moment, however, Matt Murdock arrives in his black outfit and helps save Page.[23][27]
  • Murdock explains that he has already had the idea of turning himself in, and that he will do it. He and Page agree they need to take Evans to the New York Bulletin for a submissible confession. Evans, however, explains that if he talks, Wilson Fisk will kill his son. Page, however, threatens to print the story regardless, saying he can either talk and then be given the chance to get away, or go back to prison and have lies printed in the paper, feeling that they have to make him talk for the sake of the innocent lives that will be lost if Fisk remains out of prison.[23][27]
  • Foggy Nelson meets with Ray Nadeem and informs him that, since their talk the night before, he has spoken with Matt Murdock, and Murdock will hand himself over that evening, but on the condition that Nadeem listen to the confession of Jasper Evans first.[23][27]
  • Back at Clinton Church, Murdock dresses in formal wear for his turning himself in. Maggie Grace says it is nice to see him not heading out to beat people up, and Murdock jokes that he might just be fighting with more style. Grace is delighted to hear him being slightly more light-hearted and jovial, and mentions the "blonde" who visited her earlier, whom Murdock realizes is Page. Calling her his friend, Grace is happy to hear him talk about having friends again. He tells her what he is heading out to do, to clear his name, and she points out that he is clearing the name of Matt Murdock, so seems to be reclaiming that name somewhat despite his previous assertions.[23][27]
  • Walker goes to Joy Meachum's apartment, spray-painting her security camera, breaking in, and disabling her alarms. However, as she walks in, Meachum reveals she is in the apartment, having made it seem like she was not in in preparation for Davos to come after her, brandishing a gun. Walker explains that she could not kill Davos, since the Mary personality was brought to the fore, but that he is arrested. Meachum tells Walker to take her money and leave, desperate to get back to some semblance of her normal life. Walker warns, however, that she has found out what happened in Sokovia: she has a third alter who is bloody and ruthless, and a gun being trained on her may be a trigger. Walker states that she could use Meachum's reach and influence, so things are not done between them, and that Meachum has no say in the matter.[23][26]
  • Nadeem goes to Tammy Hattley and tells her about Nelson's deal, and that Ryker's Island has been searched, confirming Evans to be missing. Pointing out, however, that Evans could not testify to Fisk scheming, since Fisk could not possibly be playing them with the non-stop surveillance they have on him, they agree that surely Nelson must be bluffing.[23][27]
  • Back home, Benjamin Poindexter takes one of his guns, Julie Barnes' rejection echoing in his head, and holds it under his chin, preparing to take his own life. He is shaken out of the moment by a call, which, when he takes it, he finds to be from Fisk. Fisk tells Poindexter about how his mother kept the instrument he used to kill his father, proud and accepting of him, and that he feels Poindexter needs someone to show the same sentiment to him. He says he has sent Poindexter a gift, and that if he accepts, he promises never to abandon him the way everyone else has.[23][27]
  • There is a knock on Poindexter's door, and he opens it to find Felix Manning. Manning tells him that a car is waiting for him, if he cares to come with him.[23][27]
  • Colleen Wing gets back to Chikara Dojo and finds a letter left inside, with Rand gone. She reads the letter, in which Rand explains that he has left, writing a letter because if he told her in person, he knew she would not let him go. Rand explains that the other side of the medallion has the insignia of the Iron Fist, and that he recognized her mother's story of the "Pirate Queen of Pinghai Bay" as Wu Ao-Shi, the first woman to defeat Shou-Lao, whom Davos had once told him the story of - that Wing might very well be her descendant, and that for Rand to meet Wing and end up transferring her the power may have been her destiny all along, not his. He signs off by telling her he loves her.[23][26]
  • Danny Rand pulls up in a car at an airport, ready to take a private jet, and finds Ward Meachum shouting at the pilot, saying Rand cannot be allowed to leave. Rand says he needs to go to Asia to find whoever supplied the Iron Fist corpse to Davos, to help him find answers about the Iron Fist and knowing what he stands for. Rand boards the plane but Meachum follows him on, saying he cannot just leave him to run the company. Rand, however, invites him to join him on the excursion, saying it could help him find himself. Meachum is reluctant, but Rand says he is not asking, but telling him: he is coming.[23][26]
  • Murdock returns Nelson's wallet to him, and Nelson assures him he is confident Nadeem can be trusted.[23][27]
  • Page arrives at the New York Bulletin Building with Evans, and introduces him to Mitchell Ellison.[23][27]
  • Nadeem takes a team to the New York Bulletin Building, having got the call that Murdock is ready and waiting there.[23][27]
  • Ellison apologizes to Page, saying he feels now that someone has to shine a light on Fisk's actions, and he is grateful that she is brave enough.[23][27]
  • Attack on the New York Bulletin Building:
    • As Murdock sits in wait, he is concerned when he overhears screaming nearby.[23][27]
    • Evans' recorded confession begins, but suddenly the power goes out. Evans is scared of what might be happening.[23][27]
    • Murdock tells Nelson to get Page to safety.[23][27]
    • A New York Bulletin worker notices a figure approaching and confronts him, only for the man - dressed in the Daredevil suit, and appearing to the workers to be Daredevil - to stab him, before making his way through the office killing journalists in his way.[23][27]
    • Page looks through the crack in the door and sees what is happening, pulling her gun from her bag and preparing to shoot if the fake Daredevil attacks.[23][27]
    • DD S3 Promo 1

      Benjamin Poindexter looking for Daredevil

      Foggy Nelson enters the office, and the fake Daredevil - Benjamin Poindexter, reeling from his feeling of helplessness in his unstable mental state, sent by Fisk - throws a billy club at Nelson to kill him. The club is caught by Matt Murdock, arriving with a black scarf around his head to disguise himself, and Nelson flees to the room where Page is hiding.[23][27]
    • Murdock asks who the man is, but Poindexter simply says he is Daredevil, before engaging Murdock in a fight. Murdock manages to push Poindexter away, but the distance gives Poindexter the advantage, able, with his impeccable aim, to bounce the billy club into Murdock's face, then hitting him with a fire extinguisher and throwing nearby items such as scissors with immense force, as Murdock hides behind a desk for safety.[23][27]
    • Murdock tries to throw a chair at Poindexter, but his opponent slings a computer monitor into his abdomen. While Murdock manages to find cover, Poindexter, however, is able to bounce an item off the wall and into his face to injure him further. Murdock kicks a bin to distract Poindexter before ambushing him from the other side, getting close to him again so as to eliminate his distance advantage.[23][27]
    • Murdock gains the advantage again, but in kicking Poindexter away, again allows him to start throwing missiles. Murdock runs at him to close the gap once again, but Poindexter manages to get a swing on a throw with scissors, enough to lodge them in Murdock's shoulder. He brings a set of bookshelves down on Murdock, before stamping on his head.[23][27]
    • With Murdock incapacitated, Poindexter heads after the others. He breaks into the room where they are hiding and immediately throws an item to knock Page's gun out of her hands. Nelson runs and punches Poindexter, but he knocks him aside, before hurling a blade into Ellison's gut. He picks up Page's gun and holds it to Page, before turning the barrel and shooting Evans through the head so he cannot testify against Fisk. He mockingly tell Page, "Nice to see you again," before leaving.[23][27]
    • The FBI arrive at the building, only to find people evacuating and bodies on the floor. They rush in to deal with whatever has happened.[23][27]
    • Page finds Murdock, pulling himself out from the bookcase, and assures him that Nelson is okay, but confirms the fake Daredevil killed Evans.[23][27]
    • Nadeem and other agents accost the fake Daredevil on the stairs out of the building, unaware that he is their colleague, Benjamin Poindexter. He fights his way through them, however, and jumps down the staircase to get away.[23][27]
    • Nadeem enters the New York Bulletin offices, ready to fight any remaining assailants, only for him to realize it was all the job of one man, and for the lights to come on and him to see the numerous dead bodies across the floor.[23][27]
  • Murdock navigates through the printing press section of the building, avoiding the FBI agents sweeping the area, and removing the blades lodged in his body while struggling not to make a sound.[23][27]
  • Nadeem finds a shocked Page sitting in the room where Evans was killed. Another agent enters and asks Nadeem who did this, to which Nadeem, seething, replies that "it was Daredevil".[23][27]
  • Wilson Fisk tells Nicholas Lee that he is displeased with Rabbit in a Snowstorm being missing from his returned belongings. Lee explains there has been a challenge to his ownership claim, but he insists it be returned to him.[23][32]
  • An FBI guard checks Fisk ankle monitor, but gets a radio call about the situation at the New York Bulletin building, having to abandon his post. Fisk walks upstairs in his quarters and heads to a hidden secret door in his closet. Opening it, he descends a staircase into a secret room in the hotel where he has a woman called Mrs. Shelby running camera feeds, monitoring the FBI who are monitoring him.[23][32]
  • Fisk checks the guards' feed and affirms that they believe he has gone to bed early, then has Shelby check the news, where channels such as WJBP-TV and WHiH World News are reporting on the attack on the New York Bulletin, all broadcasting the apparent fact that the perpetrator was Daredevil. Fisk smiles at his success.[23][32]
  • Poindexter gets back to his apartment and vacuums the broken fragments on his floor from his earlier rage, listening again to his Dr. Eileen Mercer tapes.[23][33]
  • Back at Clinton Church, Matt Murdock, shaken and frantic, tells Maggie Grace about the man who was sent to kill him, and how people like Jasper Evans are dead because of him. Grace says she will be more cautious when advising him in the future, admitting she was perhaps out of her depth. She tends to his wounds, and Murdock says he is not sure if he can beat Fisk or the man he sent to kill him, and Grace asks him how good the Daredevil suit copy was, prompting him to realize that the fact it was an exact copy gives him a lead.[23][32]

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28th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
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  • The New York Examiner reports on the attack on the New York Bulletin with the front page headline "The Bulletin Attack".[23][34]
  • Ray Nadeem questions Karen Page about the supposed Daredevil's "Hello Karen" comment, and the fact that she is the only person he did not touch, but she continues to insist that the attacker was not Daredevil. Page points out the convenience for Fisk and the FBI that Evans' death meant no one could then reveal what fools Fisk has been making of the bureau, but Nadeem retorts with the question of whether she even brought her gun specifically knowing Daredevil would attack. Foggy Nelson, representing his friend, ends the meeting and takes Page away.[23][32]
  • On the way out, Page notices the collected cell phones of the dead and hospitalized victims, buzzing with notifications from family and friends trying to check they are safe. Page feels guilty, but Nelson tries to remind her that Fisk was the one responsible. Page leaves to visit the hospital as Nelson gets a call from Marci Stahl, taking it to reassure her he is fine.[23][32]
  • Ray Nadeem takes a call from Seema and assures her he arrived after the attack was over. He promises to come home that night, with Seema reminding him that they will be having family around. One of Nadeem's colleagues lets him know that the Ryker's Island warden has arrived.[23][32]
  • Melvin Potter sees his girlfriend and parole officer Betsy Beatty off as she leaves for work. Matt Murdock lurks nearby, then confronts Potter once Beatty has left about having made another suit. Potter explains Fisk forced him to, and offers to make a new suit for Murdock, but he refuses. Potter says Fisk threatened Beatty and made him a new shop, and Murdock asks where that new place is.[23][32]
  • Nelson gets home and finds Stahl asleep. She wakes and rushes to him, explaining she stayed awake through the night watching the news in worry. Nelson, shaken, explains he is tired. In a moment of heightened emotions, however, he pulls Stahl into a kiss, and they initiate sex, knocking over Stahl's bag of papers in the process.[23][32]
  • Nadeem questions the warden about Jasper Evans' release. The warden, however, says it must have simply been someone checking a wrong box, and asks for his lawyer before answering anything further.[23][32]
  • Nadeem tells Tammy Hattley about Page's claims over what Evans was going to confess, and that the warden is not cooperating. Hattley says she wants to call the assistant director in charge in case Fisk is manipulating them, but Nadeem worries that if it turns out true, everyone they locked up through Fisk could be released, requesting two days to find out the truth first.[23][32]
  • Nelson tells Stahl how much his near-death experience scared him and made him worry about the things he had not completed in life. Caught up in the sense of urgency, he asks her to marry him, but she tells him to slow down and wait until he can propose from his heart. She goes to get ready for her deposition, and Nelson starts picking up her papers. In doing so, he notices something shocking.[23][32]
  • Arriving at the hospital, Page is met with hostility by New York Bulletin employee Carla. Page visits Mitchell Ellison in his hospital ward and expresses how awful she is feeling that three people died because she brought Jasper Evans into the building, for nothing. She tells Ellison that the attacker was not Daredevil, and Ellison realizes she knows who Daredevil is. Page refuses to confirm this, but Ellison demands she tell him whatever she might know, and says that if she does not, she is fired.[23][32]
  • Ambush on Daredevil:
    • Melvin Potter takes Matt Murdock to his new workshop, but locks him in to trap him on Wilson Fisk's orders, scared Fisk will hurt Betsy Beatty otherwise. Murdock breaks out and Potter attacks him, insisting he cannot let him leave. A fight breaks out between the two of them, with Potter using his strength to combat Murdock's agility.[23][32]
    • Murdock hears FBI coming. He gets Potter into a headlock and asks why Fisk would send them, and Potter explains they are supposed to find him with the workshop's Daredevil suit copy to frame him as the New York Bulletin attacker. Murdock tells Potter that Fisk will kill him and Beatty anyway once he has framed him, and Potter agrees to help, saying the attacker he made the suit for was an FBI agent.[23][32]
    • The FBI break into the workshop and Potter helps fight them to protect Murdock. Together, they manage to take out most of the squad. More agents enter and Murdock manages to hide and slip away. Potter is arrested, but Murdock gets away, as Potter cries out that Beatty will be hurt.[23][32]
  • Checking that Fisk has, seemingly, been in his bedroom all night, Ray Nadeem decides he has to go and talk to him.[23][32]
  • Felix Manning lets Fisk know about Potter's arrest, and Fisk decides not to take any further action with him or Beatty as of yet. He also instructs Manning to leave Benjamin Poindexter be for now, as Nadeem enters the penthouse upstairs.[23][32]
  • By the time Nadeem reaches Fisk's bedroom, Fisk has got into bed, making it seem like he has indeed been there for hours. Nadeem tells Fisk that he reminds him of a local man from his youth, nicknamed Jiggy, who claimed to be a good man, but did everything only for his own criminal ends. He asks Fisk if it is true that he paid Jasper Evans to shank him, but Fisk calls him simply desperate.[23][32]
  • Murdock imagines Fisk again, taunting him for letting Potter be arrested. Murdock hears him saying he will die the same way as his father, for being too proud, despite his inability to win.[23][32]
  • Murdock finds Betsy Beatty and warns her to get out of the city to be safe from Fisk. She calls him just like Fisk for taking advantage of Potter.[23][32]
  • Marci Stahl returns home and finds Foggy Nelson looking through her files. He tells her he thinks he has worked out what Fisk is up to.[23][32]
  • Karen Page calls her father, Paxton, and asks if she might be able to visit home soon, but he claims it is not a good time. Crying to him, she says that she was just trying to do the right thing and it all went wrong, but Paxton tells her that that is just what she does.[23][32]
  • Agent Nadeem gets home and finds his family have thrown him a surprise party for his promotion.[23][32]
  • Seema Nadeem pulls Ray aside and confronts him for lying, saying she has heard about what really happened with his fight with the New York Bulletin attacker. He explains he just did not want her to worry, but she asks him to tell her the truth from now on.[23][32]
  • Ray Nadeem heads to his basement to pick up more drinks when he hears an intruder. Turning around, he finds Matt Murdock, in his black outfit, who pins him against his fridge until he calms down, explaining that he is not here to fight, and that he is the real Daredevil - the New York Bulletin attacker being a fake. Murdock admits he has been taking down FBI agents, but only because they gave him no choice, and that they need to realize Fisk is using them. Nadeem agrees to hear him out, and Murdock tells him that the attacker was in the FBI.[23][32]

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29th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
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  • The New York Bulletin reports on their recent attack with the front page headline "Daredevil's Midnight Slaughter".[23][33]
  • Arriving at work, Ray Nadeem realizes that the voice in the footage of the supposed Daredevil's attack sounded suspiciously like Benjamin Poindexter. He checks signing-in record timings and the security footage of Poindexter's shifts.[23][33]
  • Poindexter goes running, following Julie Barnes again, and stops her. She is scared, but he says he is approaching her in public to allay her fears and he just needs to talk to her.[23][33]
  • Nadeem meets with Matt Murdock, still disguised in the black outfit, and tells him they will slip into his suspect's apartment to look for evidence, reluctantly telling Murdock that he suspects Special Agent Poindexter.[23][33]
  • Poindexter tells Barnes that his obsession with her was about trying to be like her as a person, not stalking, but she still feels uncomfortable. He explains that he is struggling without his job at the FBI, and asks for her to treat him like a caller on the suicide hotline, someone she is trying to help. She agrees to help, and he promises she will not regret it. He gets a text from Nadeem telling him they need to meet.[23][33]
  • Foggy Nelson visits Karen Page with his theory, telling her that he has worked out Fisk wants to become the sole source of government protection for all local criminals. He claims to have a plan, assuring her that Fisk cannot be prepared for it since he does not know Nelson is onto him. Nelson shows her the terms of Fisk's house incarceration, and explains that while they cannot use Marlene Vistain's confession of Fisk murdering his father to Ben Urich as sufficient evidence, with both parties deceased, he suggests he expose his theory at a debate with Blake Tower to show Fisk has violated his agreement and get news coverage for it. Nelson asks Page to cover the meeting, but she explains she has lost her job for refusing to give up Daredevil. Nelson tells her that Ellison, also wanting Fisk taken down, will likely give her her job back if she tells him their plan, and requests she join him at the event later.[23][33]
  • Assassination of Julie Barnes: Fisk watches on his secret camera feed as men working for him inside the Presidential Hotel shoot Julie Barnes through the head on his orders.[23][33]
  • Benjamin Poindexter comes into the New York City FBI Office on Ray Nadeem's request. Nadeem takes him aside to meet a lawyer named Andrea Morales, telling Poindexter that the agents are banding together to pay for her to help him in suing the bureau for wrongful suspension.[23][33]
  • Murdock breaks into Benjamin Poindexter's apartment and lets Nadeem in from inside. He smells the Daredevil suit and goes to open Poindexter's safe, listening to the clicks of the lock mechanism to work out the code and get it open. They find, however, that there is no evidence inside, with Murdock smelling that the suit had been there, but is now gone. Murdock finds one of his Dr. Mercer tapes, and, playing it, hears Poindexter as a child talking about heartlessly killing crows.[23][33]
  • Poindexter is dismayed when Morales tells him it might take 6 months to reinstate him, desperate for his job back. He texts Julie Barnes, asking to talk, but gets a response - which he believes to be from her, but is in fact from Fisk's people posing as Barnes - saying that "she" never wants to speak to him again, before being notified that "she" has blocked the number.[23][33]
  • Infiltration into Benjamin Poindexter's Apartment:
    • Having found another recording where Poindexter describes killing kittens, Nadeem reminds Murdock that the evidence is not strong enough. Murdock hears Poindexter returning to his apartment and wants to attack, to get Poindexter to tell him the suit's location. Nadeem, feeling the evidence is insufficient to attack his fellow agent, starts to argue.[23][33]
    • Outside the door, Poindexter takes pieces of glass from a nearby chandelier to hurl at the intruders. Entering his apartment, however, he finds no one there. He takes one of his guns from his safe, ready to shoot whoever just left his apartment.[23][33]
    • Murdock and Nadeem believe themselves safe, having climbed up and broken into the apartment above. Poindexter, however, looks at a reflection across the alley outside his window and sees the pair in the apartment above, then starts shooting the metal fire escape stairs outside to ricochet bullets into the room, with one catching Nadeem in his side.[23][33]
    • Murdock uses his hearing to let Nadeem know when Poindexter is reloading, allowing him to run for the door and escape at the safe moment.[23][33]
    • Murdock heads outside onto the fire escape as Poindexter chases him. Murdock throws a ceramic pot onto his assailant to slow him down, so Poindexter resorts to hurling the pieces of glass he picked up. However, Murdock uses a metal trash can lid to serve as a shield from the projectiles.[23][33]
    • Nadeem heads downstairs, but hears police coming up the stairs and hides.[23][33]
    • Poindexter continues aiming at Murdock, but he gets away onto the rooftop as police arrive and stop Poindexter.[23][33]
    • Murdock sits to catch his breath on the roof and listen in on whether Poindexter is following.[23][33]
    • Poindexter explains to the police that he is FBI.[23][33]
    • Murdock checks that the tapes he stole are still working, and finds that they are, before running off.[23][33]
  • Karen Page drives past the New York Bulletin building and sees effigies and signs expressing anger at "Daredevil" for his murders. She decides not to go to Foggy Nelson's event, instead wanting to confront Fisk.[23][33]
  • Nelson sits, preparing for his debate, and gets no response when he calls Page, anxiously waiting for her.[23][33]
  • Page heads to Fisk's floor of the Presidential Hotel, where she is stopped by Agents Lim and Wellers. She says to call Fisk's lawyers and let them know she is writing an article on Marlene Vistain, and see if Fisk will then allow her to visit him.[23][33]
  • At the Hell's Kitchen Club endorsement event for DA Blake Tower, Nelson gives up waiting for Page and stands up to confront Tower. People in the audience film him as he passionately argues that Fisk deserves to be back behind bars. However, as he discusses the importance of passion, he realizes where Page must be and cuts his speech off, leaving to try and save her, as Tower mocks him for seemingly freezing.[23][33]
  • Page is allowed into Fisk's quarters, and he comes to talk to her. He says he knows she is not writing an article about his mother, which she confirms, and Fisk states that Ben Urich's murder should have been a lesson for her. Page reveals to him that she was with Urich when he spoke with Vistain, and that she told them embarrassing stories and about Fisk killing his father with a hammer. Page says she will print that story. In return, Fisk asks at what point she learned of Matt Murdock's "secret life", and Page loses her composure for a moment, giving away to Fisk that he is correct in his guess of Daredevil's identity. In retaliation for Fisk's trick, Page decides to confess to him that she killed his friend, James Wesley. Telling him she wished she could have had shot him even more times, Fisk is enraged. At that moment, however, the FBI agents enter and cuff Page, who turns and finds Foggy Nelson has arrived and reported her as dangerous.[23][33]
  • Having found out that Nelson told the agents she might kill Fisk, so as to make sure they get her out of the room for her own safety, Page angrily tells Nelson that she felt she had got to Fisk and just needed longer. Nelson says he could have easily killed her, but Page states that at least it would be on tape as evidence to take him down. Nelson is dismayed by her attitude, but Page explains she wanted Fisk to start thinking emotionally rather than logically.[23][33]
  • Benjamin Poindexter gets an insurance report for his apartment's property damage. He decides to dispose of his Dr. Eileen Mercer session cassette tapes, throwing them into a can and setting them alight. There is a knock on his door, and he opens it to find Felix Manning, who instructs Poindexter to come with him.[23][33]
  • Ray Nadeem calls Seema to explain that he will not be home that night. He tends to his gunshot injury and calls Tammy Hattley to say he needs to meet with her.[23][33]
  • Manning takes Poindexter to the Presidential Hotel, and shows him to Fisk's secret room downstairs. Poindexter is discomforted to find out it had been there all along. He tells Fisk that Nadeem knows he is the fake Daredevil, and Fisk assures him they will take care of it. He encourages Poindexter to let out a primal scream to release his inner anger, which he does, and Fisk embraces him to present as a comforting, supportive figure.[23][33]
  • At Clinton Church, Matt Murdock tells Maggie Grace that he is frustrated that in keeping his word to Nadeem, he missed his chance to stop Poindexter, and is worried that people will end up dead because of it.[23][33]
  • Upstairs in the main church, Grace prays in hopes that Jack Murdock's spirit will hear her. Meanwhile, Matt Murdock practices boxing in the basement, able to hear her due to his enhanced senses. Grace asks Jack to watch over Matt, worried he will repeat Jack's mistakes, that Jack's influence is too strong in Matt: their son. Matt overhears downstairs and is stunned to find out that Grace has been his estranged mother all along.[23][33]
  • Matt Murdock finds Paul Lantom in Duke's Pool Hall and asks if he knew Maggie Grace was his father, detecting from his heartbeat that he did. Lantom says that he had hoped Grace would tell him herself years ago, but Matt is angry that she did not even visit him when Jack was murdered and he thought he was alone in the world. Lantom reminds Matt that she is a good person, and asks him to try to understand her.[23][35]
  • Murdock reminds Lantom that they would talk together about truth over the years, and says that he now realizes Lantom lied to him since his childhood. He tells him to be ashamed before walking away.[23][35]

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30th

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
--Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger written up, from here--

  • Assassination of Winn:
    • Ray Nadeem and Special Agent Winn arrive at Tammy Hattley's home to conduct an official interview for Nadeem. On record, he tells Winn and Hattley that he believes Fisk is engaged in a criminal conspiracy, has manipulated the FBI, and corrupted Special Agent Benjamin Poindexter to attack the New York Bulletin, showing that Poindexter shot him when he pursued his suspicions. He takes responsibility for the mistake, and Hattley says she has to place him on administrative leave.[23][35]
    • When Nadeem places his gun on the table to submit, however, Hattley grabs it and shoots Winn through the neck and head, calling out for the record to make it sound like Nadeem did it. She ends the recording and angrily tells a shocked Nadeem that he should not have brought this into her home.[23][35]
    • Felix Manning enters, collecting the gun carrying Nadeem's prints and the recording as evidence against Nadeem for the murder of agent Winn, blackmail material. Hattley tells Nadeem that she is no longer his boss; Wilson Fisk is.[23][35]
  • Karen Page packs to go on the run, knowing Fisk will come after her after her confession. Foggy Nelson tries to encourage her to stay, but she insists she has to go and cannot return any time soon, telling Nelson she has also accidentally betrayed Murdock in giving away to Fisk that he is Daredevil with her reaction. They embrace and she heads out with her bags.[23][35]
  • At Clinton Church, Maggie Grace prepares a boy called Marcus for his adoption. Father Lantom finds her and lets her know Murdock has found out the truth, and she heads into the basement and cries.[23][35]
  • Matt Murdock visits Fogwell's Gym, and starts imagining his father, Jack, talking to him, saying he knows everything now. Matt insists it does not change anything.[23][35]

Back home, Ray Nadeem showers. Seema calls to let him know someone from work is visiting, which worries him.[23][35]

  • Heading downstairs, Ray Nadeem finds Benjamin Poindexter, who is talking to Sami. Ray is scared and takes Poindexter outside to talk in private.[23][35]
  • Poindexter tells Nadeem he was gutted by his ruse over the lawyer, and that Fisk wants the man Nadeem was with when infiltrating his apartment. He informs Nadeem that they will be spending the day together performing tasks for Fisk.[23][35]
  • Marci Stahl lets Foggy Nelson know that, while it ended poorly, his speech has nonetheless gone viral online, and he might have a chance of defeating Blake Tower, to then take down Fisk.[23][35]
  • Forced by Poindexter, Nadeem calls Murdock to say that he is looking into something regarding Fisk and will contact him, supposedly just to let him know, when he finds something, sowing the seed to lay a trap.[23][35]
  • Matt Murdock accuses Jack of abandoning him due to a worthless personal code. His imagined father says that there is something equally wrong with Matt, but Matt says he will not let people suffer because of a code anymore, and will kill Fisk when he gets to him.[23][35]
  • Page finds Sister Grace in hopes of finding Murdock, but Grace regretfully informs her that Murdock has left her and will not be back. She confesses to Page that she is his mother and explains he found out. Grace tells her that she experienced postpartum depression and believed she had committed an unforgivable sin, so handed over her child. She says she failed despite God giving her chances, and that Murdock now knowing that will not be back. Page tells Grace about having to leave, but Grace offers her shelter, saying she can keep her hidden at the shelter and within days will get her safely to another part of the world. Page hesitates, but eventually agrees.[23][35]
  • Back at the New York City FBI Office, Tammy Hattley announces Benjamin Poindexter's reinstatement. Poindexter tells Ray Nadeem he will pay him back for what he has done, presenting as if he wants to repay Nadeem's kindness, but Nadeem is scared, knowing Poindexter instead means he wants revenge.[23][35]
  • At Nelson's Meats, Foggy Nelson's family are excited by his successful online video. Theo Nelson, however, pulls Foggy aside, and tells him he has to retract what he said about Wilson Fisk. Theo explains that a year prior, some suppliers stopped taking orders and they were struggling financially, when suddenly Red Lion National Bank stepped in to help and coached him in manipulating figures to then get a loan. He explains, however, that an English man has now visited him, knowing about the manipulated figures, and threatened that if Foggy does not walk back his words, they will be exposed - the loan cancelled, and Theo, Edward, an Anna imprisoned.[23][35]
  • Hattley takes Nadeem to meet with the other corrupt agents, and he is shocked to see how many there are. The team insist they do not even speak Fisk's name, and only refer to him by his code-name "Kingpin". Hattley gives them their instructions from Fisk to perform a roundup of crime bosses.[23][35]
  • Arrest of New York City's Crime Bosses:
    • Nadeem reluctantly goes with Poindexter to pick up John Hammer, disgusted at having to be complicit in Poindexter's violence towards the man.[23][35]
    • Nadeem and Poindexter then pick up Everett Starr.[23][35]
    • Finding Rosalie Carbone at a building inauguration, Nadeem advises her to come quietly to prevent any violence, and Carbone does so.[23][35]
  • At the Presidential Hotel, Poindexter informs the agents on surveillance that Hattley has ordered an early shift change, and he will be taking over.[23][35]
  • In the elevator alone with Tammy Hattley, Nadeem asks her what Fisk did to sway her, but she says not to engage in conversation, as while there are no mics present, there are cameras. He asks how she could kill Winn, but she says she did it to save his life, and it is his fault for pursuing Poindexter behind her back, as she would have stopped it otherwise. Nadeem wants to find a way out, but Hattley says there is none, and explains that for over a year, Fisk has been interfering with his life - stopping his sister-in-law's health coverage to make him desperate for promotion and therefore susceptible to giving him everyone he wanted.[23][35]
  • Leaving the elevator, Nadeem tells Hattley she should have reported Fisk and run away with her family, but she explains that Fisk already had his people kill one of her children to get her under control, and she cannot risk losing her remaining daughter, since Fisk cannot just be escaped.[23][35]
  • Nadeem and Hattley enter Fisk's secret room, and Fisk has Nadeem remove his ankle monitor. He leaves the hotel, getting into an SUV with Poindexter and Nadeem to be driven to his meeting with the crime bosses.[23][35]
  • As Murdock boxes a punching bag to let out anger, he receives a call from Nadeem, who is forced by Fisk and Poindexter to lure Murdock in by telling him about the meeting Fisk is holding. Fisk tells Poindexter to prepare, stating that Daredevil will know it is a trap, but will come anyway.[23][35]
  • Matt Murdock recognizes the trap Fisk is using Nadeem to set, and again imagines his father, who mocks him for putting on the mask to allow him an excuse to be violent. The imagined Jack Murdock turns into Wilson Fisk, and Matt imagines beating him bloody and snapping his neck in fury. However, he takes a breath and simply gets up to head out.[23][35]
  • Hammer, Starr, and Carbone, along with Latimer Zyl and Sophia Carter, made to sit around a table together, wait to find out what is happening. Carbone guesses they have not been arrested, and Wilson Fisk then enters, saying he has an opportunity for them.[23][35]
  • Murdock arrives at the Presidential Hotel, instead of the address Nadeem gave him.[23][35]
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Everett Starr is killed by Benjamin Poindexter

  • Fisk sits at the table and tells the crime bosses that he wants to offer them protection, but most of the group refuse to listen, stating that they think it is an FBI sting. Starr accuses Fisk of wanting a confession that will buy him more time in the penthouse, and Poindexter, dressed again as Daredevil, throws an item at his head, killing him instantly, with a pool of blood spilling onto the table. Carbone agrees to partner with him.[23][35]
  • Murdock finds the electrical room, where he changes into the black outfit, then shuts off the lights in the building.[23][35]
  • With Daredevil having not shown, Poindexter threatens Nadeem, warning that he better not have tipped Daredevil off, but Nadeem points out that Poindexter heard him say exactly what he was told to.[23][35]
  • In the Clinton Church basement, Karen Page looks at a photo of her family all together, before her mother and brother's deaths. Father Paul Lantom visits her with food and says that Sister Maggie Grace will have some options ready by the end of the day. He invites her to come to his mass, and he talks to her about how Matt Murdock blames him for his abandonment in life. Page asks how he deals with knowing the pain he has caused, and he says that you have to believe you can redeem yourself.[23][36]
  • Murdock uses the electrical outage as a distraction to get past the FBI guards and into Fisk's quarters. Hearing the buzz of electricity under the floor, he looks for a secret door and finds it.[23][35]
  • Descending the stairs, Murdock finds Shelby, and admits to her that he wants to kill Fisk, which she is relieved to hear. She warns him that Fisk will be back in minutes, and Murdock goes to prepare for Fisk's arrival. However, as he goes to leave, a call comes into Shelby saying that Karen Page has been located at Clinton Church.[23][35]
  • Wilson Fisk receives the radio call in the car with Benjamin Poindexter and tells him about Page killing James Wesley. He instructs Poindexter to kill Page.[23][36]
  • When Murdock asks Shelby what Fisk wants with Page, she tells him he wants her dead.[23][35][36]
  • Father Lantom begins his service and Page comes upstairs to attend.[23][36]
  • Shelby tells Murdock Fisk will arrive in seconds. She says that if he leaves, she has to tell Fisk's team that he was there and security will be increased, so he will not have the chance again, and Murdock deliberates what takes priority: stopping Fisk for good and indirectly saving lives in the process or going to Page to protect hers.[23][36]
  • Lantom continues to preach, as Ray Nadeem reluctantly drops off Poindexter, dressed as Daredevil, at the church.[23][36]
  • Murdock makes the decision to save Page and leaves.[23][36]
  • Duel at Clinton Church:
    • As Lantom preaches, Poindexter bursts into the church, demanding they give up Karen Page. When he starts attacking parishioners, she gives herself up, allowing Lantom to start getting the other parishioners away to the back of the church.[23][36]
    • Before Poindexter can kill Page, Murdock arrives and leaps at him, engaging him in a duel to stop his attack. Poindexter uses a parishioner as a human shield, and while Murdock manages to free the man, Poindexter knocks Murdock down.[23][36]
    • Poindexter hurls the Daredevil billy club at Page, but Lantom steps in front of the projectile, the club lodging in his chest.[23][36]
    • Murdock attacks Poindexter with renewed anger. He hears Lantom mutter a plea for forgiveness for him and Grace as he dies, but in the moment of distraction, Poindexter gets up and continues to fight him.[23][36]
    • Duel at Clinton Church

      Daredevil fighting Benjamin Poindexter

      Page whispers under her breath that she can get the parishioners out if he manages to direct the fight so they can first away from the nave, knowing Murdock will hear with his enhanced senses, but not Poindexter.[23][36]
    • Poindexter hurls any items he can find as he continues to duel Murdock. Murdock manages to stop him as he goes to throw a broken piece of statue to kill Page, and pushes the fight into a back room. Page tells a parishioner to get the others out as soon as she distracts the fake Daredevil.[23][36]
    • Murdock and Poindexter end up back in the body of the church and Page runs out into the aisle to take Poindexter's attention, allowing the parishioners to escape through a side door. Poindexter goes to throw a projectile again, but Murdock knocks his aim. As Poindexter beats Murdock repeatedly, Page calls to Poindexter to lure him away, and he starts throwing rosary beads, only missing because she ducks behind a pew, tossing a collection plate at Murdock to keep him at bay.[23][36]
    • Page runs up to the church's balcony and hides among statues. She picks up a banner pole to use to defend herself, but before Poindexter can find her, Murdock reaches the balcony to keep fighting him. Poindexter betas him down again and goes to land a killing blow, but Page swings the pole at him to knock him over the side of the balcony to the floor below.[23][36]
    • Page rushes to help Murdock, but is dismayed when she checks and finds that Poindexter has got up and left. She holds the badly injured Murdock in her arms.[23][36]
  • Vanessa Marianna boards a plane, which takes off to begin her journey to rejoin fiancé Wilson Fisk in New York City.[23][37]
  • Maggie Grace walks back to Clinton Church and sees parishioners fleeing the building in terror. She notices the fake Daredevil also leaving the building nearby.[23][37]
  • Poindexter flees to a nearby alley. Two workers come across him, unmasked, and he hurls glass from a trash can at them to kill both.[23][37]
  • Poindexter gets back into the car with Ray Nadeem and tells him to lock down the church to prevent Daredevil or Karen Page from escaping. Nadeem is horrified at seeing the fleeing people and the police arriving, wondering what horrible thing Poindexter has done.[23][37]
  • Murdock gets up inside the church and tells Page that the fake Daredevil is a man named Ben Poindexter, and she needs to get away as if they find her, they will kill her.[23][37]
  • An escaped parishioner tells Grace that "Daredevil" killed Father Paul Lantom.[23][37]
  • Search for Daredevil:
    • Poindexter and Nadeem go to Police Captain Strieber, posing as FBI simply doing their job. Nadeem says Daredevil is their suspect, so he is taking charge. Maggie Grace approaches and explains she saw Daredevil leave the church, but Poindexter claims to have seen him return to the church, allowing them an excuse to still check the building. Nadeem explains they are also looking for a blonde woman named Karen Page.[23][37]
    • Murdock follows Page to the basement, locking the crypt gate behind them. She apologizes for not running and they hear the police finding the locked gate, realizing they are safe for the moment, but that the police will be back. Page explains that she had come in hopes of warning him about Wilson Fisk knowing he is Daredevil, but, frustrated, he tells her he lost his opportunity to get Fisk in coming to help her. Page is concerned about what Murdock thought he was going to do to Fisk, but Murdock stops her and says he can hear Poindexter and Nadeem upstairs.[23][37]
    • Seeing Lantom's body, Nadeem is concerned about Poindexter's intentions for Daredevil and Page, but Poindexter ignores him. [23][37]
    • Maggie Grace is brought into the church and prays to God to let Lantom into his embrace, and not punish him for her mistakes. Poindexter approaches her and says they need access to the entire church immediately.[23][37]
    • Grace stalls to buy Murdock and Page time, feigning having the wrong key for the crypt gate and fumbling it. Poindexter has the FBI then saw the lock to break them in.[23][37]
    • Poindexter, Nadeem, and the police check the church basement, and find everything seemingly clear. Grace, however, notices one tomb with blood on the corner. Realizing Murdock and Page are hiding inside it, with Murdock having dripped blood getting in, she steps in front of it to hide the giveaway, and when Nadeem asks about the rectory, offers to guide them, getting them away.[23][37]
  • Wilson Fisk steps out of the Presidential Hotel with Benjamin Donovan. Donovan announces that, 2 years on from his supposedly unjust charges, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals have overturned Fisk's convictions, and Fisk has been freed. Protesters boo but Fisk takes to the podium and claims that the news have manipulated him with a fake story branding him a criminal, and the system sent Daredevil to frame him. He declares Daredevil the true public enemy.[23][37]
  • Brett Mahoney arrives at the Clinton Church crime scene and tells Ray Nadeem that something is not adding up, since the FBI are claiming Karen Page is Daredevil's accomplice, but witnesses are stating that Daredevil was trying to kill her. Nadeem reluctantly insists that the case is just complicated, but this is their case and they need to be allowed to run it.[23][37]
  • Poindexter tells Arinori, another corrupt agent, that he refuses to let Fisk know about his failure. Nadeem returns and Poindexter insists they do not stop until they find Daredevil and Page, becoming loud in his anger, and Maggie Grace overhears.[23][37]
  • Nadeem tries to question Grace, but she simply asks Nadeem, if he is a moral man, whether he really wants to help find Page. He considers what might be the best course of action.[23][37]
  • Grace returns to Page and Murdock in the basement and says it is not safe to leave yet. She offers them fresh clothes. However, Murdock hears the FBI bringing in search dogs upstairs.[23][37]
  • The search dogs smell Poindexter, recognizing his scent from the crime scene, but Poindexter plays it off as a mistake.[23][37]
  • As Poindexter and the police begin to roam, Grace has a novitiate student tell them that she saw the man they are after go next door to the orphanage, and they follow the lead away.[23][37]
  • Page tells Murdock she knows Grace is his mother, and confronts him for pushing her and Foggy Nelson away. This, however, gives Murdock an idea to get Nelson's help.[23][37]
  • Foggy Nelson tells Theo that he does not feel he should read the speech retracting his criticism of Fisk, as this allows Fisk to win. Theo, however, says that he needs to read it to do the right thing for his family. Before he can decide, Foggy gets a call from Matt Murdock.[23][37]
  • Tammy Hattley informs Wilson Fisk that he is going to keep receiving protection. Benjamin Donovan informs him that Vanessa Marianna is on a flight to join him, and Fisk decides to speak to the owner of Rabbit in a Snowstorm to get back the painting.[23][37]
  • Murdock listens for a chance when the police are not walking by and slips out of a Clinton Church window.[23][37]
  • Foggy Nelson arrives at the Clinton Church crime scene and is granted access by a police officer who is a fan of his recent speech to speak to Brett Mahoney.[23][37]
  • Murdock listens to the situation from a nearby rooftop.[23][37]
  • Ray Nadeem confronts Nelson, who admits he is killing time, until Maggie Grace then indicates from across the church that Karen Page is ready, and Nelson announces that he is there for his client, as Page steps out. He declares that they are surrendering her - but to the NYPD, not the FBI.[23][37]
  • Benjamin Poindexter is furious, demanding the FBI take Page, but Brett Mahoney reminds him that, by law, she is theirs. Nadeem takes Mahoney aside and subtly tells him that Page has to be taken away, as she will be killed by the FBI. Mahoney marches Page away to safety and Nadeem claims to Poindexter that the plan is to have Hattley pull strings to get her back to them, but Poindexter is angry, and tells Nadeem he has messed up in a serious way. All the while, Murdock listens in from nearby, relieved that Page is safe, but hearing the threat to Nadeem.[23][37]
  • Fisk arrives at the home of the Rabbit in a Snowstorm owner, Esther Falb. She says that more money will not convince her to give it over, and that the government took the painting from her family in 1943. Fisk explains that the woman he loves gave him the painting, but Falb argues that it was never hers to give, and explains how the Gestapo took it when they stormed her home and killed her father, and most of her family died following that - the painting being a connection to the people she loves as well. She says she does not want the painting to go to another "wolf" like the Gestapo. Realizing what she has been through, and feeling Marianna would want her to keep the painting, he changes her mind and lets it go.[23][37]
  • Poindexter inspects the church basement again, finding the lid of the tomb where Murdock and Page had hidden moved, and the blood on the corner. He realizes the mistake he made.[23][37]
  • Poindexter storms out of the church, panicked. Finding a nearby van, he climbs in, closes the door, and lets out a scream as Fisk advised.[23][37]
  • Murdock follows Mahoney's police car by the nearby rooftops, escorting Page and Nelson.[23][37]
  • Mahoney lets Page and Nelson go, saying the police department will have Nelson's back if he manages to take Fisk down.[23][37]
  • Nelson and Page find Murdock on the roof, the trio reunited for the first time in a long time, and Murdock apologizes for how he treated them. Page clarifies for Nelson Murdock's intention to kill Fisk, and Nelson angrily says they have to try again with taking him down legally. Murdock insists that they know it will not be a permanent solution, but Nelson and Page suggest finding a new witness. Murdock realizes they do have a candidate.[23][37]
  • Agent Wellers informs Fisk of Page's NYPD arrest, and that it was Ray Nadeem's call. Furious, he beats Wellers to death to let out his anger, then asks his driver to dispose of the body.[23][37]
  • Ray Nadeem drives home and runs into his house, desperately hoping to get to his family before Fisk's people can. Finding a broken vase, he is worried they have already arrived, but he finds them still safe. Ray instructs Seema and Sami to pack immediately, saying they need to go as soon as possible.[23][37]
  • Seema Nadeem asks Ray what is happening, but he hurriedly says he will explain once they are safe.[23][37]
  • As the Nadeems descend their staircase, Ray has his gun at the ready for any attackers. He finds some of Fisk's men in the house and starts shooting, instructing Seema to take Sami to the bathroom. Nadeem ends up in a shootout with the men, but before one can kill him, Daredevil arrives and pulls him to the ground to save Ray. He then hides, before ambushing another man and knocking him down, and when one man gets up to shoot him, he hears the empty barrel, knowing he is safe. Ray knocks him out, but is suspicious of Daredevil, thinking he might be there to kill him for selling him out. Murdock, however, thanks him for saving Page's life, and removes his mask to earn Ray's trust.[23][37]

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31st

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
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  • As Vanessa Marianna's helicopter lands, Wilson Fisk is informed that Ray Nadeem escaped. He barks for his men to find him. Marianna steps out of the helicopter and the lovers are reunited.[23][38]
  • Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson help deliver the Nadeems to Brett Mahoney's mother's house, with Mahoney's help, for safety.[23][38]
  • Seema Nadeem tells Ray she is furious at him for continually lying, and that his actions led to Sami being curled up in a bathtub waiting to be killed. She says Sami needs someone in his life he can trust, and that will never be him.[23][38]
  • Murdock assures Nelson that he is willing to try his way with Fisk, and Nelson promises it will work. Ray Nadeem steps out to speak to them and ask what happens next, and the pair explain that they will represent him, once again united as "Nelson and Murdock, attorneys at law".[23][38]
  • Fisk takes Marianna to the Presidential Hotel, which he explains he has bought. On the way to his penthouse, Benjamin Poindexter tries to explain himself to his boss, but Fisk insists it is not the time.[23][38]
  • Fisk shows Marianna the penthouse, but she shows little response to all his words. She explains she is tired, and just wants a bath and then to sleep.[23][38]
  • Murdock takes Ray Nadeem to Fogwell's Gym, as a safe location, to talk with Karen Page. They discuss options for getting him out of the country safely, and he is very grateful, but wonders if he deserves it. Page tells him his mistakes need not define him. Murdock tells Nadeem to get ready, and says to Page that she should take her own advice and not feel that her mistakes define her. She says she needs to get going, and Murdock asks her to be careful with what she is setting out to do.[23][38]
  • Brett Mahoney stops Blake Tower's car, allowing Foggy Nelson the chance to speak with him. Nelson explains that he is willing to drop out of the DA race entirely if Tower sits down with him, Murdock, and a client for an hour. When Nelson admits it is to do with Fisk, Tower wants him to leave. Nelson explains about Fisk threatening his family, which makes Tower realize Nelson has to drop out of the race regardless, but Nelson offers to endorse Tower if he gives them the time, and Tower reconsiders.[23][38]
  • Murdock prepares Nadeem for the questioning, asking him to know how to answer why he did not blow the whistle on Fisk. Nadeem admits he took Fisk's bait in the hope of proving himself to his family, and Murdock tells him to relay that to Tower.[23][38]
  • Nelson brings Tower in, and he sits with the trio. He asks Nadeem why he is coming forward now, and Nadeem explains he wants to make things right after his actions hurt people.[23][38]
  • Agent Poindexter attempts to apologize to Fisk for failing to kill Karen Page, and assures him he will still get it done, but Fisk tells him someone else will deal with it and that he put too much on Poindexter's shoulders.[23][38]
  • After listening to Nadeem's story, Tower says he can convene a grand jury. However, when Nelson and Murdock ask for complete immunity for Nadeem, he refuses. He wants at least 5 years per count, but Nelson and Murdock argue Nadeem's case, until Tower reduces to 5 years for all counts. While Murdock wants still to refuse on Nadeem's behalf, Nadeem agrees to take the deal, feeling he deserves it.[23][38]
  • Ray Nadeem calls Sami to leave a message saying that he will hear things about him soon, and he should know he did not do those things, but at the same time did not stop them. He says he wants Sami to be able to live the life he wants.[23][38]
  • Nelson tells Murdock that it felt good to work together again, and Murdock admits he feels the same. Nelson says they should start working together full time again.[23][38]
  • Fisk makes breakfast for Marianna. While she shows appreciation for it, she admits that she feels lonely, having wanted after so long spent alone to feel she was truly in his company, but currently only feeling surrounded by materialistic things. Felix Manning interrupts and says he has to tell Fisk something important.[23][38]
  • Manning explains that the grand jury have been kept late and it seems that Ray Nadeem will be confessing. Fisk angrily blames him for failing to kill Nadeem, but forgives him due to having protected Marianna for 2 years. He tells him to make sure he gets the job done.[23][38]
  • Karen Page finds Mitchell Ellison, knowing where he will be since he visits the same knish stand at the same time every day. Ellison is glad to see her safe after the church attack. She tells him that the man who attacked the New York Bulletin is Agent Benjamin Poindexter, and that Ray Nadeem is testifying in a couple of hours, and asks him to call a press conference for her to make statement.[23][38]
  • Rabbit in a Snowstorm is installed in Wilson Fisk's penthouse, and Agent Poindexter explains to Vanessa Marianna that he got it off a woman who was previously refusing to sell it. Marianna notices blood on the frame, realizing Poindexter killed the owner to get it just to impress Fisk.[23][38]
  • Matt Murdock takes Ray Nadeem out of Fogwell's Gym and into an inconspicuous telecommunications van, driven by a friend of Brett Mahoney's who is willing to take the risk of driving Nadeem to the court in the hope he can help take down Fisk.[23][38]
    • Chase of Ray Nadeem:
    • During the journey, Nadeem asks how Murdock has held onto his friends despite his life as Daredevil, but Murdock explains it is through their kindness, not his. As the traffic stops, Murdock suddenly hears a gun being cocked and men approaching. He pulls Nadeem to the floor as men start firing into the van, killing the driver in the process.[23][38]
    • Murdock listens for the shooters reloading and points their direction, having Nadeem fire through the van to shoot in the right direction at them.[23][38]
    • Nadeem exits the van first, before Murdock is attacked by one of the men, and fights his way out. He then has Nadeem pretend to lead him, but do what he says, directing him to an empty car whose keys he can hear are in the ignition.[23][38]
    • Murdock continues to direct Nadeem in shooting nearby attackers as he himself fights men where necessary. He directs Nadeem onto a bus, before luring nearby shooters on-board so he and Nadeem can ambush them. Murdock defeats his attackers, but Nadeem ends up struggling against a large man. Murdock gets out of the bus and knocks the man out from behind, and they get to the car Murdock heard - a cab - and Nadeem drives away.[23][38]
  • Murdock and Nadeem get to the courthouse safely, where they are met by Page and Foggy Nelson, and tell them that Fisk clearly knows Nadeem is going to testify. The group explain to Nadeem that his family will be on a flight to India in the morning and safely deliver him through the doors to testify and take Fisk down. Page prepares for her statement, and Nelson comments again about liking working together once more.[23][38]
  • Nadeem begins his confession.[23][38]
  • Page makes a statement on the news, arranged by Ellison, announcing that Fisk tried to have her killed and declaring the supposed "Daredevil" an impostor helping Fisk take back control of the city's criminal underworld.[23][38]
  • Agents Arinori and Poindexter watch Page's statement on the news.[23][38]
  • Nadeem leaves the court and Murdock and Nelson thank him for doing well as they wait for the indictment. However, Murdock overhears one of the jurors inside, terrified, recounting threats on each juror he has been forced to memorize. He tells Nelson and Nadeem, dismayed.[23][38]
  • Blake Tower announces on the news that Fisk has not been indicted, but he will continue to pursue the case. Fisk watches the news, pleased.[23][38]
  • The media hounds Page and Ellison, accusing their story of being a lie.[23][38]
  • Nelson suggests that they convene another jury and try again, but Murdock thinks that they have lost their last chance to try the legal route. He leaves to find Tower anyway, and Nelson apologizes to Nadeem, but Nadeem knocks him out, deciding he has to deal with things his own way for the safety of his family.[23][38]
  • Fisk finds out about Rabbit in a Snowstorm being returned by Poindexter, and is unhappy, having wanted Falb to keep it. He notices the blood and tells Marianna that he will handle Poindexter. She asks him to speak plainly and honestly with him, wanting to be part of his world and for him to share his life with her fully. He decides to show her.[23][38]
  • Nadeem returns to his empty home. He looks at photos of him with Seema and Sami and starts to record a video message for them.[23][38]
  • Sitting in his home, Ray Nadeem records a confession - a dying declaration and confession of everything that has been happening at the FBI, with Fisk, and with Poindexter posing as Daredevil. He finishes by telling Seema she will have to act like she is complying with the FBI's lies, but make sure she gets the video to his attorneys.[23][39]
  • Fisk takes Marianna to his secret room, and Felix Manning updates him about Nadeem having been located. Fisk suggests they release the evidence for Nadeem's supposed murder of Agent Winn, but Marianna suggests instead having Poindexter kill Nadeem to eliminate the threat. Fisk is surprised by her engaging so readily with his world, but lets her give the order.[23][38]
  • Assassination of Ray Nadeem: Benjamin Poindexter turns up at Nadeem's home. Nadeem had been expecting someone to come to kill him, and warns Poindexter that Fisk will kill him too when he is done with him. He says he can help cut a deal with the DA to take Fisk down together, but Poindexter refuses, saying Fisk has given him a sense of self. Accepting his fate, since as long as he is alive his family is at risk, Nadeem tells Poindexter that he will not come with him, and if he wants to kill him, he has to do it there. Nadeem makes a last effort to survive, pulling his gun from his holster, but Poindexter immediately shoots him through the head.[23][38]
  • Foggy Nelson receives a call from Brett Mahoney delivering the news of Nadeem's death. Murdock heads out, his mind made up that Fisk has to die, telling Nelson they have tried his way and it has failed. Nelson and Page look at each other forlornly, worried for their friend.[23][38]
  • Matt Murdock stands on a rooftop in his black outfit.[23][39]
  • Wilson Fisk changes into a white suit, as the media discusses how Fisk seemingly is the victim of a smear campaign, and that he has invited powerful people to the Presidential Hotel for some sort of announcement.[23][39]
  • Kidnapping of Felix Manning: Having kidnapped Felix Manning, Murdock beats him for information over what Fisk is planning at the hotel.[23][39]
  • Vanessa Marianna, in her wedding dress, goes to see Fisk, her husband-to-be.[23][39]
  • Murdock is bemused to find out that Fisk is planning a wedding, as an event to endear himself to the public.[23][39]
  • Fisk tells Marianna how strongly he feels for her, but that he is worried he loves her only because he sees himself in her, and does not deserve her, but she assures him they are the match for each other.[23][39]
  • Murdock orders Manning to tell him where everyone will be who is guarding Fisk. Manning simply says he will never get to him, so Murdock throws him off the roof to scare him, only saved by a rope tied to his ankle. Terrified, Manning says he could testify to Marianna ordering Nadeem's murder and Fisk ordering the murders of Agent Winn and Julie Barnes. Murdock asks who Julie Barnes is.[23][39]
  • Marianna chooses a rose for Fisk's wedding suit.[23][39]

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November

1st

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day.
--Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger written up, from here--

  • Brett Mahoney picks up Felix Manning, found hanging from the building, who, scared of Daredevil, says he simply "tripped", and Mahoney does not care to investigate someone who is taking down Fisk's men. Foggy Nelson approaches Mahoney and says that he is compelled to warn Mahoney that he has reason to believe someone will try to kill Fisk that night. Mahoney wants to simply let it happen, but Nelson convinces him to strengthen the perimeter, albeit with his C team.[23][39]
  • Tammy Hattley holds a press statement where she claims Ray Nadeem killed Agent Winn and was killed in self-defense by agents coming to arrest him.[23][39]
  • Nelson gets back to Fogwell's Gym, where he finds Karen Page watching the press statement. She tell him that while she does not want Murdock to kill Fisk, it might be a necessary measure. Nelson points out that the day before, Murdock had come back to a semblance of his former self, so he has hope he will again, pointing out that if Murdock crosses the line of his Catholic belief in letting people live for a chance at redemption, he will never forgive himself. Nelson gets a call from the FBI asking for him to come in, and he decides he has to go in, though he and Page worry it is a trap.[23][39]
  • Nelson arrives at the New York City FBI Office and posts a picture to his social media with Benjamin Poindexter, making sure everyone, including the police, know where he is in case something happens. Poindexter assures him he is not in danger, pointing out Fisk will find him useful as the district attorney anyway, and is taken to see Seema Nadeem, who is sitting with Hattley. Seema explains she has come to apologize for her husband's apparent despicable actions and cooperate with the investigation, having called Nelson since he was Ray's lawyer. Seema is allowed to sit with Nelson in private, as Hattley and Poindexter step outside. Hattley is upset by having to lie to Seema, and tells Poindexter she is only doing so because she has to.[23][39]
  • Seema Nadeem continues talking to Nelson as if she is buying all of the FBI's claims, but as she speaks, she writes on a notepad that the FBI will be listening with bugs, and then that she has actually come in to save Sami, and is doing so because of an idea Ray left her in a video. Nelson circles the word "video" and adds a question mark to ask what she is referring to, and she indicates it is on the phone she has brought. He says he will help and takes it with him.[23][39]
  • Murdock calls Poindexter from Felix Manning's phone and reveals he has listened to his tapes, and that Fisk has killed Julie Barnes, wanting to replace her as his "north star". Poindexter insists that this is untrue, but Murdock gives him the location of her body to check himself before hanging up.[23][39]
  • Back at Fogwell's Gym, Page and Nelson watch Ray Nadeem's dying declaration video. Nelson tells Page it is admissible in court, since a dying declaration is exempt from the hearsay rule, and they realize they have to stop Murdock now that they have what they need to take Fisk down.[23][39]
  • Murdock stands atop the building where Julie Barnes' body is kept, listening as Poindexter enters and checks it. He finds a refrigerated room and, pulling bags of dead bodies, is horrified to find Julie Barnes' body, as Murdock had told him he would. Murdock calls Poindexter again, and Poindexter initially accuses him of being the killer, but Murdock explains Fisk's manipulation, and that he knows Poindexter knows deep down it was Fisk. He tells Poindexter that Fisk is getting married, and they agree he does not feel he deserves a happy life.[23][39]
  • Murdock, back in civilian garb, loiters outside the Presidential Hotel and listens as Fisk's guests arrive.[23][39]
  • Karen Page goes to Mitchell Ellison and shows him Nadeem's video.[23][39]
  • Dressed in the Daredevil suit once again, Poindexter drives to the Presidential Hotel car park, keeping Julie Barnes' cold body in the seat beside him. He is stopped by Agent Lim, and tells his ex-colleague to leave. When he does not, Poindexter beats him, which Murdock overhears from outside.[23][39]
  • Fisk says his vows at his wedding.[23][39]
  • Murdock enters the hotel car park himself, finding the abandoned car with Barnes' body and Lim injured on the floor. With Lim taken out, he is able to get through into the building.[23][39]
  • After the ceremony, Fisk and Marianna go to their reception. Rosalie Carbone thanks Fisk for sitting her next to the man who tried to prosecute her, having been able to enjoy asking him to hold her purse. Fisk and Marianna begin their first dance. At that moment, the guests are notified on their smartphones of the news story of Ray Nadeem's video being released. Fisk looks at one of the phones and begins to worry.[23][39]
  • Matt Murdock makes his way through the hotel, a path cleared for him by Benjamin Poindexter taking down all the guarding agents. He hears as a radio call goes out warning that "Daredevil" is en route to the ballroom.[23][39]
  • Tammy Hattley warns Wilson Fisk of the threat, but at that moment Poindexter reveals his presence in the ballroom. He takes the mic and reveals he knows Fisk had Julie Barnes killed. Poindexter hurls the mic at Fisk's head to kill him, but Murdock arrives and tosses a dinner plate to intercept the projectile. The couple and guests flee the ballroom as agents begin firing on both Daredevils. Poindexter attacks an agent and Murdock fights to restrain him.[23][39]
  • Wilson Fisk and Vanessa Marianna retreat to Fisk's quarters. Fisk is angry, but Marianna tells him to be smart, and that they need to run.[23][39]
  • Murdock escapes the ballroom to get to Fisk, as Poindexter hurls knives into the remaining agents. He tries to shoot Hattley in the head, but finds the gun empty, resorting instead to throwing it to knock her out.[23][39]
  • Karen Page and Foggy Nelson wait anxiously outside the hotel, hoping that Murdock is not behind the police crisis.[23][39]
  • Battle at Presidential Hotel:
    • Murdock gets to Fisk's secret room, knocking out his men. He instructs Shelby to shut down the elevators so the police do not arrive to stop him.[23][39]
    • Ascending the stairs to Fisk's quarters, Murdock comes face-to-face with his foe, and they run at each other as Marianna runs downstairs. Fisk throws Murdock throw a thin wall, but Murdock manages to trip him down his stairs.[23][39]
    • Marianna goes to escape the room, but is stopped by Poindexter arriving at the door. He advances to attack her, but Murdock leaps down from upstairs to save her life.[23][39]
    • Poindexter hurls a bowl at Murdock's head, but Fisk grabs hold of him, beating him against a wall and the staircase before throwing him through a pane of glass. Murdock immediately attacks Fisk again, but Fisk drops him through a table.[23][39]
    • Poindexter throws a shard of glass to sever the chandelier above Fisk from the ceiling, but Fisk dodges it as it falls, as well as Murdock. Poindexter hurls more shards of glass at Fisk, but he protects himself with his suit jacket. He then hurls some at Murdock, but Murdock defends himself with rods of glass taken from the chandelier. The two engage in a close-quarters fight and Fisk instructs Marianna to go upstairs and leave via the secret room, giving her his suit jacket for protection.[23][39]
    • Poindexter throws Murdock throw a window and takes the new shards, hurling two into Fisk's now-unprotected side. Murdock gets back up and starts beating Poindexter. Poindexter sees an opportunity to kill Marianna, who has not left the stairs, throwing a sharp metal plate, but Murdock again just manages to bat it out of the air. Fisk furiously lifts Poindexter and smashes him horizontally into the corner of a wall, breaking his back and leaving only Murdock to fight.[23][39]
    • Murdock and Fisk, injured and exhausted, take each other on again. Murdock gains the upper hand, but Fisk lands stronger blows. He headbutts Murdock, but when he sees Marianna on the stairs, he starts to give in. Murdock punches him, bringing him to his knees, then continues to pummel him, splattering his blood onto Rabbit in a Snowstorm behind him. Marianna cries out beginning Murdock to stop. Murdock grabs Fisk's head, nonetheless preparing to snap his neck, but cannot find it in himself, screaming at his frustration.[23][39]
    • Fisk taunts Murdock, saying he will never stop hunting Page or Nelson and will reveal his identity to the world, and Murdock realizes Fisk wants him to kill him. Fisk states that no prison can keep him and eggs him on, but Murdock shouts that while he wants to, Fisk does not get to destroy who he is, and he will go back to prison knowing he can never be with Marianna and that the city rejected and beat him - that he beat him.[23][39]
    • Removing his mask, Murdock threatens that if Fisk goes after his friends, he will prove Marianna ordered Nadeem's murder and she, too, will be imprisoned, knowing that this is something Fisk cares enough about to keep him in check. Fisk apologizes to Marianna for failing her and agrees to Murdock's demands so long as Marianna is left free. The enemies shake hands on a deal.[23][39]
    • Hearing the police arriving, Murdock heads upstairs. Brett Mahoney enters with a squad and places Fisk under arrest. Poindexter mutters that he cannot move, and Mahoney declares that he is not the real Daredevil, pointing to Murdock, leaving upstairs, and stating that he is.[23][39]
  • Fisk and Marianna are taken from the building to police cars. Nelson and Page are relieved to see Fisk alive, knowing Murdock ultimately did not kill him. Nelson says Murdock should be there, but Page says she is pretty sure he is.[23][39]
  • On a rooftop nearby, Murdock perches overlooking the streets, finally settling, and in his most comfortable place.[23][39]

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2nd

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

3rd

Some Cloak & Dagger: Season 2 events occur on this day. --Done, but should not be deleted from draft page until Cloak & Dagger written up, from here--

  • In the Clinton Church basement, Matt Murdock approaches Maggie Grace before Paul Lantom's funeral. He says that Lantom's last words were "forgive us", and that he learned from Lantom that God's plan is like a beautiful tapestry humans only get to see from behind - and with him having saved many lives as Daredevil, even if some people did not make it, he is considering that his life is how it was supposed to be. Grace is grateful for his forgiveness of her actions and says he has a generous heart. He asks for her help in seeing the errors of his ways, the way Lantom used to help him, and she readily agrees.[23][39]
  • At Lantom's funeral, Murdock delivers a eulogy about the priest's contributions to the community, bravery in protecting others, and his counsel in transcending fears and forgiveness. He says Lantom showed him the possibilities of being a "man without fear", and has left a great legacy they need to live up to.[23][39]
  • Leaving the church, Murdock tells Page she too has helped him see the truth about himself. He says he is glad she told him about her brother and James Wesley, and Murdock assures her that she has done more good than harm in life.[23][39]
  • Marci Stahl tells Foggy Nelson that the firm will be glad to have him back, but he says he is not sure he wants to, which she had guessed he might say. Nelson watches as Blake Tower delivers a speech for the press, saying that everyone now knows Wilson Fisk's lies, so he cannot manipulate the system again. Nelson steps forward and publicly drops out of the DA race and declares his intent to vote for Tower, saying the way he stood up to Fisk was an inspiration.[23][39]
  • At Nelson's Meats, Foggy Nelson's parents explain they will be moving to Tampa. Foggy tells Theo that Tower is taking down Red Lion National Bank, and that if he repays the loan, the Nelsons will not be criminally charged.[23][39]
  • Karen Page sits with Matt Murdock, and Foggy Nelson joins them. Page tells them Tammy Hattley has flipped and corroborated Ray Nadeem's story, and Murdock says he trusts that Fisk loves Vanessa Marianna, so for now at least, he should keep his word. Murdock says he will move back into his apartment, admitting that he is ready to accept the healthier life of "Matt Murdock" again. Nelson says he has an idea and takes a napkin, writing "Nelson, Murdock & Page" as a new firm name, the way he once did for Nelson and Murdock, and Murdock says he had the same idea. Page points out she is not a lawyer, but Nelson points out she is a great investigator, with Murdock joking she is way more stable than Jessica Jones. Page agrees and they joke about the order of the names, toasting the start of their new work together.[23][39]
  • A surgeon named Dr. Kenji Oyama operates on Benjamin Poindexter's broken spine, with Poindexter having voluntarily submitted himself for a risky, experimental treatment. Poindexter wakes mid-operation, his irises now resembling the look of a target.[23][39]

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4th

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


The Punisher: Season 2/Jessica Jones: Season 3

1953

May

15th

  • Sal Blaskowski is born.
    • Shown in her case file on Malcolm's computer in AKA Customer Service is Standing By.

1972

May

25th

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.

1985

December

21st

  • Gregory Sallinger is born.
    • Show on one of Jessica's files on Sallinger in AKA I Wish. The document says John Smith, but since this is being posted on a billboard about Sallinger, it can be assumed that Smith is the equivalent of calling an unidentified patient "John Doe" in a hospital.

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

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

  • Sal Blaskowski gets arrested and charged with assault. However, the charges get dropped soon after.
    • Six years before the line is said by Trish Walker

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.

c. 2014

  • Frank Castle and Billy Russo watch a little league game of baseball. Russo tells Castle that he used to love baseball, but that it was ruined for him when Arthur Walsh, from the Ray of Hope home, started trying to molest him when playing. Castle says that he deserved a better upbringing, but they agree that he has grown into a really resistant person.<4/>

2017

--Waiting to be checked from here--

January

  • Dinah Madani, still in hospital, is questioned on record for an inquiry into recent events, but is not responsive when asked to start. Marion James stops the record to talk to her, and Madani explains that she does not want to let William Rawlins walk away a hero. James tells her that while it will sting, she needs to proceed as it is the least worst option. Madani decides to go ahead.<7/>
  • The questioning is carried out, and Madani struggles but answers personal and embarrassing questions regarding Billy Russo, as well as taking responsibility for Sam Stein's death, having failed to heed his warnings. James tells her that she sympathizes with her situation, but she has to consider if she is good with living with the lies.<7/>

June

  • As Trish Walker gets on the elevator to leave Jones' apartment, she drops her phone, but before it hit the ground, in what appears to be a natural reflex, she uses her foot to catch it. She then gets on the elevator. Amazed with the feat, she attempts to do it again, but this time, fails miserably, and cracks her phone screen in the process. As she exits the building, everything from the street lights to the headlights on cars appears much brighter and more vibrant to Walker. Realizing that Karl Malus' procedure worked, Walker thinks on telling Jones, but she realizes Jones needs time.[42]
  • 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 improveed.[42]
  • For several months, she goes back to the jungle gym, honing her abilities. She continues to work with her personal trainer, who notices a rapid increase in her abilities. After she learns to control them fully, she starts her research on crimes in New York City and how a hero fights crime.[42]

July

  • Billy Russo struggles to manage twenty push-ups in a session with Dr. Krista Dumont. He wears a blank white mask over his scarred face, and tells Dumont that he is frustrated by his physical inability. She reminds him to think about how far he has come in just 6 months of recovery, and asks if he has still been seeing a skull in his dreams. Russo does not want to talk about it, but Dumont says they need to slowly break it down. She suggests that he decorate his blank mask to represent the feelings he wants to present to the outside world, as she does with other patients.<4/>
  • Billy Russo shows Krista Dumont his newly decorated mask, designed as shattered to express his feelings of brokenness. He says that, when serving, he felt like he was the best version of himself, but now just feels fear, and like he is deserving of that fear. She asks him if he can open himself up to the possibility of redemption, and says she will help him get there.<4/>

October

  • Jessica Jones exposes an abusive employer at a furniture factory, being declared a hero once more.
    • News articles are not usually published on on the same day, but this should be as late as possible, so it can be taken to have happened the day before Trish met with her mother. Based on apparent light in the windows in the picture, it was during the day.

The Next Day

  • Trish Walker meets with her mother, Dorothy Walker, at a coffee shop. While Trish still remains unemployed, she says that she have a busy schedule. The conversation drifts towards Jessica Jones, more specifically how she supposedly killed her mother. Trish then tells Dorothy how Jones is now advertising, trying to be a hero. Dorothy says that she does not want Trish involved with Jones or her antics. More importantly, she adds that Trish now needs someone she could trust, which is why Dorothy wanted to see her. She informs Trish 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 Trish says that she wants to pursue her own goals and leaves.[42]
  • After leaving the shop, Trish Walker starts listening in on police calls. She wanders the city looking for crimes to stop, but comes up empty handed. She manages to intercept their frequency to listen in for reports. Just as Walker loses 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. Down the block from her, Walker spots Jones, and decides to call her to see if she would answer. Unfortunately, Jones does not. Walker finds herself on the scene of a phone snatching. She chases the thief down, kicking him in the face, before taking the phone and returning it to the owner. However, both the victim and the thief recognize her as a celebrity.[42]
  • After being recognized, Walker realizes that she needs a disguise and goes to the costume shop. She tries on a number of outfits, but cannot decide which was right for her. She eventually settles on a hat, sunglasses, and a scarf.[42]

November

  • Trish Walker works out at the gym, where she is recognized, as a celebrity. The "fan" serves a subpoena from a phone thief she stopped, who is suing her for assault.
  • Walker goes to Jeri Hogarth for counsel. Hogarth says that the thief's case has merit, even if Walker caught him with stolen property. Unfortunately, Walker did not get the victim's information, so she has 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, including entertainment. Since the perception is that Walker is rich and entitled, Hogarth expects a large settlement. 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, Malcolm Ducasse, who is tasked with finding leverage against the phone jacker.[42]
  • Ducasse tells Walker that since 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, frustrating Ducasse. 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. She accuses him of giving up, but Ducasse defender himself, saying that he is simply earning his bones to move up to be bigger and better. As Walker prepares to leave, she notices someone with a stack of police reports. Hoping to steal some, she trips the man, causing him to lose control of the files as they fall all over the ground.[42]

December

  • Trish Walker studies stolen police files in her new apartment, where her investigation is interrupted by Dorothy Walker visiting unannounced. Dorothy expresses disapproval of Trish'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 Trish's suspicious behavior, Dorothy suspects something is wrong with Trish and asks to help. Trish asks for help with housework, so Dorothy helps clean the oven.[42]

2018

January

  • Trish Walker takes interest in Reid Pearson, a criminal 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 makes his move, roofying a girl's drink. Panicked and unsure what to do next, Walker calls Jessica Jones, who does not answer. The suspect leads his victim stumbling out the bar, forcing Walker to follow them. Pearson takes Birdie to an alley, where he tries to rape her, but Walker stops him. The girl, Birder, passes out.
  • When Birdie wakes up, Walker tells her that she had been drugged and that Pearson 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 arrive, Walker watches from her car as Birdie gets tended to and Pearson was arrested.[42]
  • Walker goes to Jones' apartment, but when she gets there, she spots Jones taking to Oscar Arocho, telling her that since they broke up, Arocho has found a new girlfriend. Walker decides to leave, taking the stairs so she isn't seen.[42]

February

  • After doing extensive research, Malcolm Ducasse visits a mugger who is suing Trish Walker. Having learned that the mugger is not the father of the child he raised, Ducasse demands a lower settlement in the lawsuit. The mugger assumes that Ducasse is bluffing, so Ducasse calls the kid's cell phone and asks if his father ever taught him what a bastard was. The mugger pleads with Ducasse to stop, so Ducasse stops talking and enters negotiations.
    • Implied to have happened the previous day
  • Trish Walker resumes her physical training at her apartment with her trainer, Adrian. After besting him in a fight, she proceeds to have sex with him.

Next Day

  • Trish Walker wakes up the following morning to discover that Adrian is still there, watching a news 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 that are the reason he boxes.[42]
  • Malcolm Ducasse arrives at Walker's apartment to get a check from her to pay off the cellphone thief. When Walker realizes the settlement is much lower than expected, Ducasse tells her what he did. Ducasse says that he would have told the kid everything had the mugger not agreed to his demands, horrifying Walker. She 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.[42]

March

  • Trish Walker takes Malcolm Ducasse's advise and starts a day time show called Style by Trish. After finishing filming an episode, 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 Walker then approaches to remind Trish to focus on her show. Dorothy asks if Trish wants to do the show, and Trish responds saying that 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 Jessica Jones, which starts as an apologetic letter with a softer tone. However, she deletes it an writes a significantly harsher one.[42]

April

  • John Pilgrim chops wood outside his home. His wife, Rebecca, waves from her window.<3/>
  • Anderson and Eliza Schultz and John Pilgrim attend church. The reverend invites Eliza, a patron of the church, up to speak.<3/>
  • Anderson Schultz approaches John Pilgrim after church and tells him that their doctor is optimistic about the new treatment being used on Rebecca working. He tells John that he has become aware of a situation threatening everything they hold dear, and he will need to perform a task for them. John agrees, and Eliza assures him is sons will be looked after while he is gone.<3/>
  • John Pilgrim assures Rebecca that he will only be gone for a couple of days, as he prepares to leave. He changes out of his shirt, under which he has faded white supremacist tattoos.<3/>
  • Amy Bendix and her friends from Fiona's crew mess around.<4/>
  • Bendix returns from buying tacos and finds her friends all shot dead in their motel room.<4/>
  • Fiona's crew's killer, John Pilgrim, returns to the room, and Bendix hides under a bed, surrounded by the bullet-riddled dead bodies of her friends.<4/>
  • Once Pilgrim is gone, Bendix runs for her life.<4/>

26th

  • In response to an Amber Alert, Jessica Jones tracks down the missing Cassie Yasdan, who had been taken ilegally by her father, Mitch, who lost custody of her to Cassie's mother. Jones intends to return Cassie home, and when Mitch threatens to get physical, Jones tosses him several feet in the air. The incident, unbeknownst to Jones, is captured on camera and uploaded to the Internet.[43]

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Marvel's Jessica Jones: 51 beginning to minute 3ish.

27th

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  • Shooter Jennings performs in Lola's Roadhouse, and Frank Castle watches, buying a beer from bartender Beth Quinn. A girl comes and orders a drink, with owner Ringo judging her as acceptable to serve despite looking potentially underage. Castle surveys her, and she is defensive, telling him to look away and calling him "Rough Road". When he asks if she is okay, she unconvincingly claims she is before walking away.[44][45]
  • A man named Johnny starts harassing Quinn behind the bar, and when she refuses his advances, he grabs her arm. Castle tells him to let her go, and when he insults her, Castle chides his behavior. Johnny tries to pick a fight, but Castle breaks his finger. Ringo tries to have them both kicked out, but Quinn sticks up for Castle. He introduces himself to her as "Pete".[44][45]
  • Assassination of Sergei Konchevsky:
    • The girl in Lola's Roadhouse, Amy Bendix, calls Sergei Konchevsky from a payphone. Konchevsky is being held captive by John Pilgrim, and is forced to take the call but not give his situation away. Bendix explains she is someone who worked for Fiona, and the reason they did not deliver him the photographs he was expecting the day before was because the whole crew except her, pointing out someone must know about them. Konchevsky, pressured by Pilgrim, asks for her to still deliver the pictures, but she asks him to meet her the next day at Lola's Roadhouse, unknowingly giving her location to Pilgrim.[44][45]
    • After hanging up, Konchevsky expects Pilgrim to let him go. However, Pilgrim explains he only promised he would give Konchevsky peace, and kills the man.[44][45]

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  • Jessica Jones returns to New York City with Cassie Yasdan and returns her to her mother, despite Yasdan's complaints. Mrs. Yasdan tells Jones that she plans on restricting her ex-husband's limitation rights and punishing him. Jones advises her to back off for Cassie's sake, prompting anger from Mrs. Yasdan.[43]
  • 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 arrangements and clients.[43]
  • At night, Jones leaves for the bar. In the hallway, she runs into Malcolm Ducasse, who has upgraded apartments and moved into Mrs. Chin’s old apartment since he quit his job at Alias Investigations a year ago. After introducing Jones to Zaya Okonjo, his new girlfriend, the two part ways.[43]
  • While at the bar, Jones is approached by Eddy Costa, who congratulates her on bringing Cassie Yasdan home, having been the one who mentioned the case to Jones. He then suggests that Jones should end her private investigator endeavors and leave it to the professionals. However, he says that 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.[43]
  • From there, Trish Walker begins stalking Andrew 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 is being kept in. While she cannot get to the sculpture for the time being, she moves into the hotel next door to his apartment building in order to watch him. 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 calls and messages while doing so.[42]

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Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 3, Episode 1 minute 3ish to minute 11ish.

28th

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  • Castle and Quinn talk as the roadhouse closes. He goes to leave, but she offers that he come along with her for another drink.[44][45]
  • Quinn has Castle jump into her car. Meanwhile, Bendix sneaks past to the Good Rest Motel, where Castle has been staying, and picks the lock on an empty room, breaking in to sleep.[44][45]
  • Back at Beth Quinn's home, Beth tells Castle about her life, including an 8-year-old son named Rex. They admit that they do not usually head home with someone after one night, but each feel a connection to each other, and end up sleeping together.[44][45]
  • After she notices his scars, Castle tells Quinn he was in the marines. He also explains his wedding ring hung around his neck, about having had a wife and children, who were all taken from him. He admits life can get lonely, but quotes Karen Page's comment to him about how life is about trying not to be lonely, and they tell each other neither are feeling lonely currently.[44][45]
  • After a while, Castle admits to Quinn that this real name is Frank, and explains that the government have given him a new identity, due to things he was involved with that have to remain secret. She says she trusts him, and comments that they have to take the good when it comes, which reminds him of his family's times with Billy Russo, and Russo's subsequent utter betrayal.[44][45]
  • In the morning, Castle gets up to leave. He comes across Rex Quinn, who has been dropped off by Beth's mother, who had been looking after him. Beth gets up, and Castle stops himself from leaving. He endears himself to Rex, and offers to drive the trio to get pancakes for breakfast.[44][45]
  • At the diner, Beth Quinn tells Frank Castle about her job, and how she teaches musical instruments on weekdays. Rex surprises the adults when he guesses that they had sex, and Beth quickly changes the subject.[44][45]
  • Amy Bendix remains asleep in the Good Rest Motel room.[44][45]
  • Meanwhile, outside, Beth Quinn drops Frank Castle off back at his motel room. She invites him to return to Lola's Roadhouse that evening, and they bid each other farewell. He goes to unlock his door.[44][45]
  • A few doors down, Amy Bendix is woken when a worker at the motel rattles the door, trying to get in. She pushes past her, ignoring the woman's protests for her to stop and explain herself, and bumps into Castle about to enter his room. He is concerned about her, but she rushes away.[44][45]
  • Scott Lang, currently on house arrest, spends the weekend with his daughter Cassie.[46]
  • Shooter Jennings performs again at Lola's Roadhouse. Bendix turns up and waits for her arranged meeting.[44][45]
  • Frank Castle is driving out of town when he changes his mind about leaving. He decides to turn his van around and drive back to the roadhouse and see Quinn again.[44][45]
  • Castle gets to the roadhouse and goes to speak to Quinn again, relaxed and ready to enjoy his evening.[44][45]
  • Chase of Amy Bendix:
    • As the band continue playing, Castle notices a suspicious group of people arriving at the roadhouse and looking around for someone. He keeps an eye on them. Amy Bendix, meanwhile, sees them and becomes scared, rushing to the bathroom to escape. The group spot her and follow, and Castle follows them, concerned about what might be happening.[44][45]
    • Bendix tries to climb through the bathroom window, but gets stuck. One of the group after Bendix grabs her by the legs and drags her back into the bathroom, starting to punch her.[44][45]
    • A man from the group after Bendix stands guard at the bathroom door, stopping others from entering. Castle approaches him, pretending to be a normal patron, but he refuses to let him pass.[44][45]
    • Bendix pulls a knife on the women in the bathroom, but they grab her arm and twist it. Hearing her shouting in pain from outside, Castle headbutts the guarding man and breaks in. He wraps his belt around his forearm then engages the attackers in a fight, violently smashing them against walls, toilets, and sinks to incapacitate them.[44][45]
    • Bendix gets out of the room to safety as some of the attackers get back up to continue fighting. Castle stabs one woman in the shoulder with her own knife, and when the other comes running at him with a blade, Bendix knocks her out from behind with a broken piece of sink.[44][45]
    • Castle asks Bendix what the attackers want, and she tries to lie and pass it off as a normal meaningless fight, but Castle does not believe her. Scared, Bendix eventually admits she would like his protection.[44][45]
    • Castle escorts Bendix through the roadhouse, hoping to get her out safely. One man goes to attack her, but Castle grabs him first and a fight breaks out between them. Another man goes to attack Castle, but Ringo intercepts him. Another man jumps castle as Ringo's opponent tries to fight back.[44][45]
    • Castle smashes a bottle on his second attacker's head. However, one of the women from the bathroom starts stabbing Ringo, and while Castle defeats his first attacker, another man grabs hold of Bendix.[44][45]
    • Bendix and Ringo fight back against their attackers, while Castle manages to stab his. He engages Bendix's attacker, as Beth Quinn loads a gun. One attacker tries to shoot Castle, but instead hits another man. Ringo breaks one attacker's neck and Castle throws one attacker's head onto a knife, but one of the women from the bathroom manages to riddle Ringo with bullets and shoot Quinn in the arm before she can get a shot off herself.[44][45]
    • Castle throws Bendix behind the bar for cover as the attackers start firing. He is shot, but manages to beat another attacker to death, leaving only one - Marlena Olin - managing to escape.[44][45]
    • Castle rushes to help Quinn, trying to help staunch her bleeding. He gets her to his van, with Bendix getting in as well.[44][45]
    • Castle drives, but they are stopped in the road by a car. More of Olin's crew jump out and tell them to get out of the car, but he opens the window and guns them down, before jumping out of the vehicle and finishing them off.[44][45]

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  • Jeri Hogarth wakes up 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 retrieving illegally obtained pills from her nightstand. She contemplates using them, but instead merely looks at them.[43]
  • When Andrew Brandt arrives at his apartment, Trish Walker watches from her room, though she eventually falls asleep and does 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 believes to be the stolen sculpture, so she follows him. However, she discovers that he had not gotten the sculpture from the safe, but a bag filled with money.[42]
  • Jessica 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 has to say. Dorothy reveals that Trish is missing and that Dorothy wants to hire Jones to find her. Dorothy offers to pay Jones for her services, but Jones is too far removed from caring about Trish, so she kicks Dorothy out. Jones then gets a call from Hogarth, who is in need of her assistance.[43]
  • At Hogarth's apartment, Hogarth shares with Jones her plan for the future. In her hand, she holds the pill bottle from her nightstand. She tells Jones that she contemplates taking the pills to kill herself every day, but today was the first time she was going to, 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.[43]
  • Ducasse arrives at the scene of a car crash where 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. 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.[43]
  • Jones has a change of heart and decides to look into Trish Walker's disappearance. She calls Dorothy to ask for Trish’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.[43]

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  • Bendix tries to get away, but he bundles her back in the van and has her find the nearest hospital on her phone so he can drive Beth Quinn to get help.[44][45]
  • They arrive at Ecorse Hope Hospital and Beth Quinn is taken into the building, asking that Castle make sure Rex is okay.[44][45]
  • John Pilgrim arrives at Lola's Roadhouse. He finds the bodies from the fight and Frank Castle's ring, with an inscription including his forename. He tells the local, corrupt police lieutenant, Lt. Ferrara, to find the girl they are after and whoever she is with, and keep his police away. Marlena Olin shows Pilgrim that they have found the girl's bag, with her laptop inside.[44][45]
  • Pilgrim and Olin survey the security footage of Castle's fight. Pilgrim says it will not be hard to find him.[44][45]
  • Dinah Madani stands over the hospital bed of Billy Russo, who is asleep with a decorated mask over his face. She drinks and insults him, before leaving. After she exits, Russo wakes.[44][45]
  • Castle continues to drive Bendix away. Bendix asks if there will be more people coming, and he says that he hopes so.[44][45]
  • Tired and bleeding, Frank Castle struggles somewhat with driving. Amy Bendix suggests taking over driving or stopping somewhere, but he refuses. However, he eventually decides to turn off to Larkville, Ohio.[44][47]
  • Arriving at the Tides Motel in Larkville as the sun comes up, Castle reluctantly gives Bendix money to rent them a room.[44][47]
  • Bendix approaches the worker at the desk, Debbie, who forces her to pay for the morning as well as the upcoming evening, to her annoyance.[44][47]
  • Castle and Bendix go to their room, and Castle tells her to call him "Pete", with her telling him she is "Rachel". He takes her to the bathroom and tries to tweeze out the bullet in his side, but cannot, asking her to do it for him. Once she has, he then has her stitch the wound. She insists again that she does not know why she is being hunted.[44][47]
  • Bendix tries to escape the room, but Castle catches her, then uses cable ties to tie her to her bed so as to ensure she cannot run. She starts complaining, so he puts tape over her mouth, telling her to sleep.[44][47]
  • Billy Russo is tormented by nightmares. When he wakes, Dinah Madani is standing over his bed again. He claims not to know her. Russo's doctor, Krista Dumont, enters, and Madani says that she is certain Russo is faking his situation, but Dumont explains that he cannot be. She tells Madani about working with Russo, with Russo mentioning the metaphorical "jigsaw" of his memories they are putting together. Madani leaves, saying she will return that night, and Russo tells Dumont that he is aware he must have done something to her, but becomes angry and frustrated when he cannot remember what. Dumont goes to get him headache relief medicine, but when Russo first asks what he did to Madani, she truthfully tells him he shot her in the head.[44][47]
  • John Pilgrim visits Beth Quinn in her hospital ward. He notices several cards from people who care about her, and threatens them if she does not tell him the name of the man seen at Lola's Roadhouse. She claims not to know, but eventually pretends to give him up, saying he simply told her he was called "Pete". Pilgrim pushes for more, aware she is covering for him, so she reluctantly gives his surname "Castiglione", and Pilgrim leaves, with her managing to have withheld the name "Frank".[44][47]
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Scott Lang plays with Cassie Lang

  • Scott Lang plays a game with his daughter Cassie, using cardboard boxes to pretend they are crawling through tunnels on a heist. They reach the "treasure", which Cassie had chosen to be a trophy she bought Scott for his birthday, and says she wants to take it into school for show and tell. At the same time, Luis, who is visiting, talks to Scott about a pitch X-Con Security Consultants are preparing for providing security to a company called Karapetyan. Scott and Cassie complete the course, sliding out of the house as their "escape", but when they reach the bottom, Scott's leg goes the fence and his house arrest ankle bracelet sets off an alarm.[48][46]
  • The FBI, led by Scott Lang's parole officer Jimmy Woo (a former ally of Melinda May's[49]), arrive at the house. When Cassie asks why they have to visit, Woo explains to her how Scott broke the Sokovia Accords in Germany and had to make a plea deal to return to the United States of America that required him to spent 2 years under house arrest, showing little understanding of how to talk to children. Cassie's mother, Maggie, then arrives with her boyfriend Jim Paxton to pick her up.[48][46]
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Lang waving farewell to Cassie as she leaves

  • Cassie Lang tells Scott she had a good weekend, and he tells her to look forward to next weekend, by which time he will be free, having just 3 days remaining of his sentence.[48][46]
  • Lang reenters the house, telling himself that managing 3 final days should be easy.[48][46]
  • Lang has fun playing electric drums.[48][46]
  • Frank Castle cuts Bendix free from the bed and asks her again to tell him the truth about why people are after her. When she refuses, he grabs a container from her pocket, finding undeveloped photos. She criticizes his approach of killing all their attackers and says that he is too constantly angry, and says it seems to her that he seemed happy for the excuse to kill again. He ties her to the bed again before stepping outside.[44][47]
  • Dr. Krista Dumont meets with Billy Russo again. He tells her once again about a nightmare of a skull on a black background, and blood and breaking glass. He complains about having to tell her the same thing over and over, but she points out that one day, his responses will be different. He says that, despite being told his face should not be hurting, it does. Dumont asks what the last thing he remembers is, and he states that it is spending time with Frank Castle in the barracks, a man he thinks of as his brother.[44][47]
  • John Pilgrim investigates the Good Rest Motel, and his assistant says that DMV has let him know Pete Castiglione has no record of criminal activity or service. Pilgrim says that there is definitely something more to Castiglione, however, and objects to his assistant's love of technology and casual use of profanity.[44][47]
  • Frank Castle rents the room next to his and Bendix's from Debbie.[44][47]
  • Castle returns to the room and cuts Bendix free from the bed again. He starts hammering a hole in one of the walls, to her confusion.[44][47]
  • Scott Lang tries plastic indoor ten-pin bowling, but completely misses all the pins.[44][46]
  • Rafael Hernandez has Dinah Madani meet him to talk over dinner. Hernandez tells her that he is receiving complaints about her visiting Billy Russo so often, and tells her that she needs to remember she cannot change the fact that he fooled her. Madani continues to insist that Russo is lying about his memory-loss. Hernandez says he wishes Castle had killed Russo, but Madani says she is glad Russo did not die thinking he had killed her, and leaves the restaurant.[44][47]
  • Ambush at the Tides Motel:
    • Frank Castle hands Amy Bendix a gun to protect herself, seeing a vehicle outside that he knows will be people come to kill her.[44][47]
    • Marlena Olin sits with more of her crew in the SUV outside the Tides Motel. She tells them that they will not contact Pilgrim until they have delivered on the job, not wanting his interference.[44][47]
    • Bendix wants to leave the motel and holds her gun to Castle, threatening him if he does not let her. He recognizes, however, that she does not have it in her, and she gives up.[44][47]
    • Olin and her crew see silhouettes moving and head into the room, but find no one visible there. They start shooting potential hiding places, but Castle suddenly ambushes them by coming through the hole he has knocked into the room next door. A firefight begins.[44][47]
    • Bendix sits, scared in the next room. When the shooting stops, she cautiously gets up, but Olin arrives at the door, holding a gun to her. Castle arrives, however, and knocks her out, then picks up Olin's unconscious boy and takes Bendix outside with him to leave.[44][47]
    • Castle puts Olin in the back of his van, but she wakes as he does so and attacks them again. Castle manages to shoot her in the leg and holds a gun to her. Bendix, however, sees an opportunity to get away. She jumps in the van and starts driving as Castle tells Olin to talk, before realizing what Bendix has done. However, Bendix is stopped by the arrival of the police, who take all three to the local station.[44][47]
  • At the Larkville County Sheriff Station, Marlena Olin has her wound tended to, but refuses to tell the police what happened.[44][47]
  • Amy Bendix plays up being a victim to the police sheriff, and claims to only be 16.[44][47]
  • Castle refuses to be taken for hospital treatment, and also decides not to tell the police what has happened.[44][47]
  • Castle, Bendix, and Olin have DNA, fingerprints, and mugshots taken.[44][47]
  • At the Good Rest Motel, John Pilgrim's assistant finds out about the police putting the fingerprints of Olin and "Castiglione" into the system in Ohio, and lets Pilgrim know.[44][47]
  • Dinah Madani is having a nightmare about Russo when she is woken by a call from Castle. He explains that she is his one call from the station and needs her help getting out, but she refuses, saying him being let off was a one-time thing, and that he is no longer part of her life.[44][47]
  • The sheriff tells Castle that he is looking at four counts of murder, which carries the death penalty locally. Castle warns that they need to let them go, because people will be coming to the station to attack, but the sheriff refuses.[44][47]
  • As the station nurse leaves the building and drives away, John Pilgrim sits outside in his own car, having driven to Larkville.[44][47][50]

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  • As planned, Jessica Jones and Dorothy Walker arrive at Trish Walker's new apartment. Jones begins looking through Trish's work and discovers that she had been educating herself on various topics. Jones realizes that it was less of an apartment and more of a hideout. She accuses Trish's laptop to see what she could find. Dorothy admits that she used to be jealous of Jones' relationship with Trish, commenting that Jones was her protector and Trish was Jones' conscious. Dorothy suggests that Jones must have miss Trish, leading to her being kicked out by Jones, who proceeds to search Trish's laptop. She starts by looking through Walker's ride history with LYFT, taking note of each address Walker was either taken to or picked up from. Also in Walker's inbox, Jones discovers email drafts, one for Jones, one for Dorothy, and one for Grace. Jones clicked on the draft addressed to her. She reads the message, in which Walker explains why she feels that she had to kill Jones' mother. This angers Jones, who knocks the laptop on the ground in a fit of rage.[43]
  • Jones follows Walker's ride history to a hotel. She enters, 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 that she was stalking out the apartment building next door.[43]
  • Malcolm Ducasse meets with Jeri Hogarth to give her the nondisclosure agreement from Cody Willamet, though Ducasse is skeptical of his role in allowing Willamet, an entitled drunk, back on the road. Ducasse reminds Hogarth that he is an investigator, not a fixer, though Hogarth says that she required both. She reminds Ducasse that she will be able to launch his own PI firm after working with her. Once Ducasse is gone, Hogarth continues to read the Zoye Lyonne Arts Scholarship Benefit Concert email she had received. She instructs Char to make a platinum-level donation and put the address in her calendar.[43]
  • Sal Blaskowski watches as Erik Gelden nearly drowns in her swimming pool, asking Dwayne Blaskowski for a hot dog. Sal throws the hot dog at Gelden and yells at him for not paying her back on time. She gives him exactly one week to pay his debt, and Gelden promised to return it on time. Sal watches with pride as her grandson imitates Blaskowski’s torturing of Gelden.[51]
  • 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 who Walker was stalking. Jones spots Walker on the street, following Brandt. 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.[43]
  • Jones confronts Walker, referring to her as a cat burglar, but Walker says that she is simply trying to get justice. Jones realizes that Walker's doing earlier means that Karl Malus' procedure worked. Walker explains Brandt's past and why she's pursuing him. Walker claims she is trying to be the hero she always wanted to be, and Jones mocks her for it. 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.[43]
  • Gelden sends anonymous notes to Todd White, Reyna Pincer, and Gregory Sallinger, demanding money in exchange for his secrecy about what they did, although he does not know what that is.Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no content must have a name.
    • Sal says he has exactly a week, and Erik says it's due on the 6th, so I has to be here
  • Ducasse watches from his car as Willamet exits a restaurant, drunk. Willamet's girlfriend says 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.[43]
  • Jones gets a drink at the bar, where Walker's talk show, [[[Style by Trish]] is on, but Jones requests it be turned off.[43]
  • Hogarth attends the Zoye Lyonne Arts Scholarship Benefit Concert in order to watch Kith Lyonne, who thanks all the supporters for attending. Afterward, Hogarth and Lyonne discuss their past. Hogarth points out the fact that she donated to the benefit concert every year. Kith introduces her husband, Peter to Hogarth. Peter says that he 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 Kith her card as they were to arrange a meeting to catch up.[43]
    • Hogarth and Kith broke up 25 years ago
  • Back at the bar, Jones loses a bet against Erik Gelden. Gelden shares his view of the world with Jones, how everything is terrible and optimism is a lie. Jones then receives her burger she ordered, which he would not allow her to eat, claiming it is a bad burger. He offers 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 Jones' apartment, where he introduces himself and they kiss. They are interrupted by a knock at the door. Jones suspects it is Vido Arocho, but as she opens the door, she is stabbed by someone wearing a black ski mask.[43] The attacker realizes that she is not Gelden, and starts to run.[52] 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.[43] Ducasse takes the knife before the police arrive, and asks his friend to run it for fingerprints. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no content must have a name.

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  • 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.[42]

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  • Marlena Olin threatens Frank Castle in their neighboring cells.[44][50]
  • Amy Bendix tries to get Ken Ogden to buy her a Coke, and he eventually gives her the money to stop her from annoying him. Sheriff Roy Hardin interrupts and says that he has found out about her numerous aliases, knowing that she must be lying to him. She admits "Castiglione" helped her, but says that both him and Olin are crazy, and she is just caught in the middle.[44][50]
  • The sheriff tells Olin that he has identified her through her prints, and that she was the type of person they expect, but then turns to Castle and says that he is surprised he has nothing significant on record, saying he seems like someone who served as a marine. Olin threatens Hardin, who ignores the statement, but Castle tries to warn him that trouble is coming. Hardin brushes this off.[44][50]
  • Scott Lang watches a magic tutorial video on his laptop.[48][46]
  • Escape from Sacred Saints Hospital:
    • Krista Dumont tells Billy Russo that she thinks the reason he is sleeping so little is that he is choosing to, and that they need to gently help him recall his nightmares in his journal so he can gain mastery over them. Russo becomes angry, wanting different kings of help, and police guards enter in case they are needed. Russo, however, turns and attacks them, beating them both down.[44][50]
    • Russo walks through the building, holding onto Dumont to make sure she does not get help. Once outside, he asks why she did not scream, and she explains she feels he is not beyond help. Russo rejects this and runs away.[44][50]
  • Scott Lang uses a karaoke machine to entertain himself.[48][46]
  • Lang reads The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and starts to cry at the sadness of the story.[48][46]
  • Lang tries origami.[48][46]
  • John Pilgrim takes Lieutenant Ferrara to Larkville County Sheriff Station and requests to take the prisoners off their hands, but Sheriff Hardin refuses, saying they have to wait until the prisoners have been arraigned on Thursday. Ferrara asks to at least see them, but Hardin turns him away. Pilgrim calmly threatens that people will get hurt if they do not hand over the prisoners, and sees Bendix inside, but when Hardin still does not turn them over, he steps outside to initiate an attack.[44][50]
  • Pilgrim gives the signal for his people to set off an electromagnetic pulse, knocking out all electricity in the area.[44][50]
  • The police find that they cannot use their phones, and Castle and Olin realize the attackers have now arrived. Bendix asks again to be released.[44][50]
  • Dinah Madani arrives at Sacred Saints Hospital and sits to speak with Krista Dumont. She says that she thinks Russo has been planning this, but Dumont insists it was just a primal reaction from fear. Madani asks if he gave any indication of where he might go, but Brett Mahoney enters and says he banned her from the hospital, since her visits could impact the case and that Russo is NYPD territory. She angrily leaves, reminding him not to think of Russo as some lost soul.[44][50]
  • Once outside the room, Madani makes a call to Larkville.[44][50]
  • Lang bounces a ball inside into a basketball net.[48][46]
  • Sheriff Hardin takes "Castiglione" from his cell to be questioned.[44][50]
  • Bendix steals a Coca-Cola from the station vending machine. Sheriff Roy Hardin questions Frank Castle, who explains about the attack on Lola's Roadhouse and being chased by the attackers. Ken Ogden volunteers to drive to get help, and, despite Castle's protests, is handed the keys.[44][50]
  • As Ogden tries to drive away, John Pilgrim shoots him. He climbs out of the car and Hardin escorts him back to safety. He and the other officers see Pilgrim standing in the woods, and he orders them to go inside as Pilgrim walks up to talk with Hardin. Pilgrim says Ogden only has 2-3 hours to get to a hospital, so can only be saved if they hand over the people they came for.[44][50]
  • Amy Bendix helps some of the officers tend to Ogden, while the rest start barricading the station, and consider handing over their prisoners. Bendix steals the car keys and shows Castle, but he refuses to just escape, and requests that the sheriff let him loose to help take out their attackers.[44][50]
  • Lang looks over the plans for the apartments Karapetyan want security provided for.[48][46]
  • Attack on Larkville County Sheriff Station:
    • Marlena Olin tells another prisoner, Ken Ogden's brother Bruce, who has been locked up by Ken simply for being drunk in public, that an attack is coming. She sees one of her allies outside the window, and indicates that she needs freeing.[44][50]
    • Pilgrim's people begin firing into the station from the woods. The officers fire back, but Castle warns that it will be a diversion, and they need to cover the back. When they ignore him, soldiers break in through the back as Castle expected. One goes to free Olin, as the rest begin shooting in the station offices.[44][50]
    • The officers are struggling until Castle manages to get loose from his cuffs. He grabs hold of a gun and starts taking out the attackers one by one.[44][50]
    • Olin is freed and starts firing at Castle, but misses. Castle leads Hardin in forcing Olin out of the building, then they take cover until the firing stops. Hardin tells Castle he cannot let him run, but Castle points out his gun is empty. He stays nonetheless, leading Hardin to trust him, and releases Bruce Ogden.[44][50]
    • The officers discuss whether to turn over the prisoners, but Ken Ogden refuses to let them die just to get him to a hospital.[44][50]
  • Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne power up their Quantum Tunnel for the first time. The doorway to the Quantum Realm is opened momentarily, before it overloads and shuts down.[48][46]
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Lang prepares to enter the bathtub

  • After 2 days trying to keep himself busy, Scott Lang falls asleep in the bathtub and has a vivid memory-like dream where he sees a young Hope van Dyne from the perspective of her mother Janet.[48][46]
  • Olin requests to Pilgrim that he let her be the one to kill "Castiglione", but Pilgrim kills her.[44][50]
  • Intrigued by his vision and thinking it could be important, Lang takes a secret burner phone from its hiding place and calls Hope van Dyne and Hank Pym about the vision. They do not pick up, but he leaves a voicemail. Realizing that he probably sounds stupid as he speaks, he decides to hang up and break the phone.[48][46]
  • With Lang having called them 5 minutes after they activated the tunnel, Pym and van Dyne consider that the timing is not coincidence and the opening of the Quantum Realm might have activated a message in Lang's head.[48][46]
  • Castle tells Ken Ogden he has been brave, but asks that he rest. He asks that Hardin let him go and take out the soldiers.[44][50]

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  • Jessica Jones lays in a hospital bed, pale and weak. Trish Walker looks over her and asks how she is feeling. Jones had just gotten out of surgery, but wants the name of the man Walker was after, as Jones suspected that her attack was directly connected to him, thinking that he recognized her when she helped Walker fight him. Walker realizes that Jones had only called her down to get the name of her attacker, so she leaves.[42]
  • Jones notices a bracelet she's wearing, which says that she doesn't have a spleen. She notices an incision where her spleen was removed during surgery.
  • Walker leaves the hospital and throws out the gifts she was going to give to Jones.
  • Jones is given a lecture about health from Doctor Purks, who tells her that she needs to be careful about her health. She makes a comment about her drinking habits, and Purks says that she has to stay in the hospital. Jones demands to be discharged and attempts to leave, but gets dizzy when she stands up, so Purks helps her sit back down.
  • Malcolm Ducasse uses the bathroom, noticing blood in his urine from his attack on Cody Willamet the previous night. Zaya Okonjo flirts with him, but notices the blood, concerned. Ducasse lies to Okonjo, saying a cab driver was driving recklessly, and Okonjo plans on suing, but Ducasse calms her down and tells her to go to work. He says he plans on working from home, prompting further concern from Okonjo, who realizes that he doesn't like working with Jeri Hogarth. Ducasse assures Okonjo that he will leaves once he has enough money and clout to be a private investigator, and the two of them have sex.
  • Jones gets visited by Detective Eddy Costa, and is woken up from dreams about getting stabbed. Thinking he's an attacker, Jones kicks him, but then realizes who he is. Costa tells Jones that he is working her case and asks for a list of clients she's angered. Costa refers to Jones as a victim, angering her. He leaves, advising Jones not to make herself a target.
  • Jeri Hogarth and Kith Lyonne have lunch together. Lyonne asks for wine from the waiter and asks Hogarth about her relationship with Wendy Ross-Hogarth. Hogarth admits that she cheated on Ross, and tells her that Ross died in an accident. They talk about Lyonne's relationship with her husband, as well as her daughter and music. Hogarth tells Lyonne that she still has a tape of the piece Lyonne composed for her while they were dating, causing Lyonne to become uncomfortable and leave, saying that she already ate lunch.
  • Jones signs a paper saying that she was discharged against medical life, and gets up to leave.
  • She returns to her apartment, where she notices that Gillian followed Costa's advice to heighten security. Jones asks Gillian to research Andrew Bandt, but Gillian leaves work for the day. She notices a "new spleen" crafted for her by Vido Arocho, and Gillian forces her to take medicine, though she uses alcohol. Gillian leaves, and Jones notices that one of her pills is supposed to be taken with food, so she goes to her kitchen, where she sees a hamburger left for her by Erik Gelden.
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  • She eats the hamburger, takes her pills, and investigates Brandt. Tired, she considers locking her door and going to bed, but instead takes the "I Have No Spleen" bracelet off of her wrist and resumes her investigation.
  • Walker investigates Brandt and the stolen statue, which she sees is going on display.
  • Jones falls asleep and dreams about getting stabbed again, only to be interrupted by Ducasse knocking on her door. He gives her the knife she was stabbed with and tells her that there are no fingerprints and the brand is too common to trace. Jones says that she doesn't need favors, so Ducasse bills her. She closes and locks the door.

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  • Two of Pilgrim's men go to throw Molotov cocktails into the station, but Castle shoots the bottles first, causing the men to catch fire themselves instead. Castle then charges into the woods, quietly getting behind the soldiers as they shoot into the station and eliminating them.[44][50]
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The Punisher fights off John Pilgrim's team

  • Pilgrim starts running as Castle makes his way through the woods, killing each soldier.[44][50]
  • The officers inside the station are stunned by Castle's expertise, but relieved.[44][50]
  • Pilgrim puts down one of his injured men and keeps running as Castle makes his way around looking for any remaining soldiers. Pilgrim finds Castle and nearly gets a shot on him, but is suddenly dazzled by a bright light from a helicopter above, missing his shot. Dinah Madani's voice calls down from the vehicle, saying Homeland Security have arrived and to stay where they are, but Pilgrim gets away.[44][50]
  • Madani lands and informs Castle that Russo has escaped from hospital.[44][50]
  • Ken Ogden is given medical attention. Bendix thanks him for his bravery and returns him his money as he is taken away.[44][50]
  • Madani tells Sheriff Hardin that "Castiglione" is part of a sensitive investigation, and should be officially considered to have never been there. Hardin thanks Castle for saving their lives and says that he will do what Madani has asked.[44][50]
  • Castle and Bendix prepare to board Madani's helicopter, with Castle insisting that she has to come. Hardin returns Castle his bag, and Castle and Bendix say they want to go to New York.[44][50]
  • Hope van Dyne breaks into Scott Lang's house, shrunken down. Flying up to Lang in the Wasp suit, she tranquilizes him and puts his ankle bracelet on a human-sized ant, who is instructed through Hank Pym's electromagnetic wave control system to repeat Lang's daily routine, so the FBI's suspicions are not aroused when tracking him.[48][46]
  • A rude man called Rick boards a bus and comes across Billy Russo, mocking him for his scars. Russo follows Rick off the bus and into an alley. When Rick threatens him with a knife, Russo attacks him.[44][53]
  • Russo walks out of the alley now wearing Rick's clothes, having beaten and stripped his attacker.[44][53]
  • Scott Lang wakes in van Dyne's car, which he comes to realize has been shrunken down to drive without being noticed. Van Dyne explains about the ant replicating his routine, and Lang attempts to apologize for his actions in Germany making them fugitives. Van Dyne dismisses this, saying they just want to bring him in because of what he has said was in his head.[48][46]
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Hank Pym taking his Mobile Laboratory away

  • Hope van Dyne takes Lang to the research laboratory where she and Hank Pym have been developing a tunnel for the Quantum Realm in the hopes of bringing Janet back. After Lang describes his dream in full detail, Hope and Pym deduce that he and Janet have a quantum entanglement because of the time he spent in the Quantum Realm.[48][46]
  • The trio leave the laboratory, and Pym shrinks the building down to a suitcase size to bring it along in their van. They drive to the restaurant Oui, where Hope van Dyne has arranged a meeting with gangster Sonny Burch to pick up a necessary component for the tunnel.[48][46]
  • Frank Castle looks out of a window in Dinah Madani's apartment, where Madani has taken he and Amy Bendix. Madani takes pills and leaves to meet Rafael Hernandez, saying they will discuss Russo when she returns.[44][53]
  • Dinah Madani tells Hernandez about dealing with Castle in Ohio. She lies and says she dropped him off outside the city and did not tell him about Russo. Hernandez tells Madani she needs to get more help and talk to someone about her problem with Russo.[44][53]
  • Bendix asks Castle, whose real name she has now heard, who he really is to have contacts at Homeland Security, but he avoids her question. She goes to the bedroom she is taking. Castle puts on the TV, and sees the news report of Russo's escape from hospital.[44][53]
  • Bendix washes and changes into clean clothes, while Castle watches a hockey game. Bendix lays down on her new room's bed, but finds herself unable to rest. She climbs down and crawls under the bed, where she starts crying, which Castle overhears.[44][53]
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Wasp fighting thugs at the Oui

  • Battle at the Oui:
    • Van Dyne meets with Burch, under the pseudonym of "Susan". However, Burch reveals that he knows who she really is and has arranged a potential purchase of Pym's laboratory for $1,000,000,000. Van Dyne turns down his offer, but Burch then refuses to give over the component.[48][46]
    • Van Dyne pretends to leave, before donning the Wasp suit and returning to attack. Due to being a tiny target, they are unable to hit her when they start shooting.[48][46]
    • Wasp follows Burch's men into the restaurant kitchen and swipes a salt shaker at, Uzman, the man carrying the component, enlarging it in front of him to knock him out.[48][46]
    • Burch's remaining men struggle with Van Dyne's repeated change of size, and she takes them all down, before picking up the component.[48][46]
    • Van Dyne heads out of the restaurant, but before she can leave, she is attacked by a mysterious figure in a white suit. The figure phases in and out of tangibility, causing Wasp trouble as she tries to fight back. The figure, known as Ghost, manages to take the component for herself.[48][46]
    • Hank Pym gives Scott Lang and updated Ant-Man suit, allowing him to join Wasp and help her.[48][46]
    • Ant-Man enters the restaurant and aids Wasp in fighting Ghost, but Ghost escapes and makes her way to Pym's van. She pushes her fist through his neck, threatening to make it tangible and kill him if he does not give her the lab, and he reluctantly does so.[48][46]
  • Lang brings Pym and van Dyne to hide at the X-Con Security Consultants office. There, they develop a plan to get the laboratory back, and Pym realizes that they need a quantum spectrometer to track its radiation. He reluctantly informs them that they will have to get one from his estranged ex-work partner, Bill Foster.[48][46]
  • Ghost returns to her hideout and gets herself into a Quantum Energy Chamber so as to stabilize her molecular disequilibrium.[48][46]
  • Russo sits in a bar and cuts his medical bracelet from his arm with Rick's knife. As he is served, the news comes on and once again reports on the hunt for him. He thinks back on one of his meetings with Krista Dumont.[44][53]
  • Scott Lang, Hank Pym, and Hope van Dyne go to meet Professor Bill Foster at Berkeley University, finding him giving a lecture.[48][46]
  • The trio sit down with Foster, who discusses how he used to work with Pym on Project G.O.L.I.A.T.H., where he grew up to 21 feet tall - a precursor to Lang's ability now to grow as tall as 65 feet. Their meeting is interrupted when Lang realizes Jimmy Woo and the FBI are outside. They make their way to leave, but not before Foster tells them that they can locate the lab by modifying a defractor from one of the suit's regulators.[48][46]
  • The FBI question Foster, but he lies to cover the trio.[48][46]
  • Pym explains to Lang and van Dyne that he removed the defractor from the new suits, but Lang ashamedly admits that he mailed himself his Ant-Man suit before turning himself in, rather than destroying it, angering Pym due to his actions putting it at risk of being stolen.[48][46]
  • Scott Lang calls Luis, saying he needs Cassie's trophy, as that is where he has hidden the suit. Luis tells him, however, that it is not there, and Scott realizes Cassie has taken it into school for show and tell.[48][46]
  • Madani returns to her apartment and tells Castle that, despite what doctors kept predicting, Russo has recovered remarkably well. She shows him that she has Russo's journal, and that he keeps drawing the skull of the Punisher vest, clearly thinking about Castle constantly. She reveals that she has the vest in her closet, and says that Russo has not got closure. Castle says that she should have shot him at the carousel, but she says that he, too, had the chance, and thinks he just found it too hard. Madani asks Castle for any details he might have to help find Russo.[44][53]
  • Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne go to Cassie's school, Brookemont Elementary, to retrieve the suit. During the infiltration, Scott discovers that his new suit, a work-in-progress, is experiencing problems with the regulator. It enlarges him within a closet, but when van Dyne takes a look at it, it then shrinks him to the size of a small child.[48][46]
  • Lang dons a child's hoodie from the lost and found, which can fit on his shrunken body, and sneaks through the school until he finds Cassie's classroom. The duo retrieve the suit and get away.[48][46]
  • The sun sets over New York City.[44][53]
  • Castle knocks on Bendix's door, but she is asleep. Wanting to head out, but ensure that she is safe, he takes the key from her door so she cannot leave. Bendix has a nightmare of finding her dead friends after the massacre in Chicago.[44][53]
  • Frank Castle visits his friend Curtis Hoyle. Hoyle says that he visited Russo, and that he is definitely suffering memory-loss, not being an act like Madani thinks. Hoyle says Castle should have put Russo down for good. He says that he is seeing a woman now, but does not want her anywhere near being involved with the situation. Castle asks where he thinks Russo might have gone, and Hoyle points out that Russo would likely go to settle scores.[44][53]
  • Billy Russo sits where he once watched a little league game of baseball with Frank Castle. He starts to drift off, then is snapped awake by nightmares of the skull once again.[44][53]

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  • Trish Walker arrives at Andrew Brandt's Apartment, but struggles to find anything.
    • She says she's been there for hours, but Jessica gets one after ten minutes
  • Jessica Jones investigates Brandt's apartment, where she steals a soft drink and notices a jammed printer. She fixes the jam and finds the next document being printed, a list of lots, prices, and how they are being sold. Walker appears and says that she should be the one to find Brandt, but Jones disagrees. They argue about their friendship and Walker's new actions as a vigilante. Walker confronts Jones about her plans for Brandt, saying that she's not a hero, causing Jones to leave.
  • Jeri Hogarth expresses approval of Zaya Okonjo's work on a case. Malcolm Ducasse enters Hogarth's office as Okonjo leaves, and Hogarth says that she has no issue with Okonjo and Ducasse dating as long as they sign a consent form and Ducasse remains confidential. She asks Ducasse to find blackmail information about Peter Lyonne.
  • Jones calls an art museum about the stolen statue, and discovers that the artist does not sell work on the legitimate market. Another phone call yields the same result, and yet another turns her away because Jones lies about being a secretary, and they don't talk to intermediaries.
  • Ducasse disguises himself as a student at Bronwyn University and investigates Lyonne's office. He sets up a program which will allow Ducasse to monitor Lyonne's actions. As he leaves, Lyonne catches him, mistaking him for a student. He invites Ducasse into his office, where Ducasse pretends to be a student wanting to join his class. Lyonne tells Ducasse that there isn't any room in the class, so Ducasse leaves.
    • Dell computer
  • Lyonne meets with a student with whom he has sex.
  • Standing outside of her apartment, Erik Gelden texts Jones, asking if she's ok. She opens the door, and they talk about Jones' investigation and the hamburger he made for her. Jones lies and says she threw it out, and Gelden gathers that she doesn't want to be with him that night, so he leaves.
  • Walker appears on her talk show and sells cardigans. Grace interrupts Walker's speech to announce that they had sold 140,000 cardigans, setting a new record for the network.

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  • Ambush at Ghost's Hideout:
    • Modifying the defractor, the trio are able to locate the lab to a hideout. They break in to steal back the lab and find Ghost, unmasked, inside her Quantum Energy Chamber. When they turn their backs on her, however, she phases out of the chamber and knocks them out, then going outside and knocking out Hank Pym. She ties the trio to chairs.[48][46]
    • When Ghost wakes the trio, she reveals she is working with Bill Foster, who enters to talk to them with her. She reveals she is Ava Starr, daughter of deceased scientist Elihas Starr, whom Pym had fired and discredited when they had a disagreement during their work together at S.H.I.E.L.D.. She explains that Elihas attempted to continue his work on his own in Argentina, but that because he no longer had his required help, his Quantum Tunnel had collapsed, killing him and causing Ava's molecular disequilibrium. Ava goes on to tell them about how S.H.I.E.L.D. took her in and weaponized her, using her for stealth missions, and Foster states that when S.H.I.E.L.D. collapsed, he took her in. However, they are interrupted when Lang's phone buzzes with an alert.[48][46]
    • Cassie Lang video calls Scott, saying she left her soccer shoes at his house, but he manages to get her to hang up, claiming he is ill and cannot get up to look. Foster and Starr explain that they hope to extract quantum energy from Janet van Dyne to help repair Starr's molecular structure, despite the risk that it could kill van Dyne.[48][46]
    • Pym fakes a heart problem, and Hope van Dyne tells Foster that he needs his pills from his Altoids tin. They trick Foster into opening the tin, releasing and enlarging ants, one of which frees them while the others cause commotion. The trio steal back the lab and run away.[48][46]
  • After regrowing the lab in the forest, in the early hours of the day, Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne talk. Scott assures Hope that when they find Janet, she will not have forgotten about her, explaining that when he was in prison, Cassie was all he thought about. Luis calls him, saying that they made a mistake on the security plans for Karapetyan and need his help before the pitch in the morning, but Lang explains his situation, and why he cannot leave to visit him Luis person. He reluctantly gives Luis their location in the woods so he can come to them.[48][46]
  • Amy Bendix wakes and finds her room locked. She panics and Frank Castle lets her out. Still undergoing a panic attack, she shouts that he should never lock her in again.[44][53]
  • Luis heads out to to visit Scott Lang, when Sonny Burch breaks into the X-Con Security Consultants office with his men, told by an inside agent in the FBI that he is a known associate of Lang, and asking Luis to tell him where Lang is. Burch says that he will administer a serum to make Luis more susceptible to slipping up and giving honest information, but when the X-Con trio say that this sounds like truth serum, Uzman, the man with the serum, becomes defensive and insists that it is not.[48][46]
  • Arthur Walsh goes to his kitchen, only to find Billy Russo. He thinks he is a robber, but Russo reminds him of who he is, and that he attended the Ray of Hope home.[44][53]
  • Bendix tells Castle about how she is struggling with flashbacks to the massacre she encountered, and he attempts to help calm her down. She starts explaining what happened, and tells Castle about Fiona and being part of her crew. Bendix says that she had to hide under the bed among the bodies of her friends in Chicago as a man in a vest came back in, and tells him that the job they had been given was taking photographs at a wedding and delivering them. Bendix recommends getting out of the city with the help of a girl she knows called Shantel, but Castle says that this would just get Shantel killed by the man coming after them. He recommends that they take the fight to their attackers instead.[44][53]
  • Walsh pours Russo a drink, and Russo says that he saw the home had been demolished, then come to Walsh since there was nobody else to go to. Walsh asks what happened to his face, showing no remorse for his behavior in the 1990s as he says it is a shame, since Russo had been a pretty child.[44][53]
  • Dinah Madani comes home and Castle tells her about Walsh, and that he thinks Russo might have gone after him. They are interrupted by a knock at the door. Castle and Bendix hide as Madani answers the door and finds Brett Mahoney, who says they know Russo's journal has gone missing, and he suspects her of taking it. He tells a story of how he had once become obsessive over an ex-girlfriend, explaining that she needs to stop involving herself with Russo so obsessively. He notices the two breakfast bowls on her table, but assumes she just has a man around, and she turns him away without him finding out about Castle's presence.[44][53]
  • Bill Foster sadly informs Ava Starr that she has only roughly 2 weeks to live. Starr suggests that they use Cassie Lang to bait Scott and get back the lab, but Foster refuses to get the innocent girl involved. Starr reluctantly decides to accept to use a different option.[48][46]
  • Arthur Walsh insists to Billy Russo that he was good to the children at Ray of Hope, and it was unfair that he was imprisoned. He says that he loved the children, and becomes angry at Russo for not loving him back, saying that he wonders if Russo has come back to him purely because he does not feel loved anymore with his scarred face.[44][53]
  • Assassination of Arthur Walsh: Furious, Russo kills Walsh with a chair leg.[44][53]
  • Burch injects Luis with Uzman's serum, and Luis begins to speak honestly. When Burch interrogates him on where Lang is, Luis tells a fast story about how Lang came to be where he is currently at from an emotional standpoint. Frustrated, Burch specifies that he needs to know where Lang is literally, and Luis gives the location in the woods. Ghost, who had been phasing herself invisible, reveals herself and gets him to give the specifics of the location, then leaves, slashing Burch's tire to slow him down.[48][46]
  • Burch calls his FBI agent, Stoltz, to let him know Pym and van Dyne's location and that Scott Lang is with them. He passes on the lead to Jimmy Woo.[48][46]
  • Amy Bendix uses a computer in a shop under the premise of trialing it, and uses it to look up Castle. She finds pictures and videos of his activities since 2015, and a worker in the store recognizes the pictures as the "Punisher", a name she had not heard before. He tells her about how he killed criminals and escaped prison.[44][53]
  • As dawn arrives in San Francisco, Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne activate the finally completed Quantum Tunnel, but it only works briefly before shutting down. However, with the brief exposure to the Quantum Realm, Janet van Dyne gets a better connection with Scott Lang and takes control of him for a few minutes. She proves it is her to Hope and Pym as she uses the time to help stabilize the tunnel and enter the coordinates to locate her, but she warns them that they only have 2 hours to get her before the Quantum Realm becomes so unstable they will not be able to reach her for another century.[48][46]
  • Luis calls Lang to warn him about Ghost, Burch, and the FBI knowing Pym and van Dyne's location and hearing that he has left house arrest. Lang passes on the information to Pym and van Dyne to warn them, apologizing for jeopardizing their rescue. He tells them that the FBI will be checking in on his house arrest and that he needs to rush back home, and he leaves to get back in time.[48][46]
  • Jim Paxton and Maggie and Cassie Lang come to Scott's house to pick up Cassie's soccer shoes. Cassie finds the giant ant in Scott's bath. Jimmy Woo then leads the FBI as they break into the house and demand to see Scott, but Cassie tries to cover for her father, claiming he has been vomiting and they cannot go near him. Woo eventually insists and pushes past her, only to find Scott, who got back just in time and slipped in through the window, shrunken in the Ant-Man suit.[48][46]
  • Arrest of Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne: Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne hurriedly leave the lab and shrink it down, only to find that the FBI have already surrounded them. Stoltz tells them they are under arrest.[48][46]
  • While at Lang's house, Jimmy Woo is informed of Pym and van Dyne's arrest. He is pleased and leaves the house, telling Lang he will be back later for the official end of his house arrest sentence.[48][46]
  • Stoltz grabs Pym's lab but is knocked out by Ghost, who then takes the lab for herself.[48][46]
  • Dinah Madani goes to Arthur Walsh's home in case Russo is there, but arrives only to find Walsh's dead body, with a chair leg lodged in his chest. She hears someone and immediately turns and shoots, assuming it is Russo, only to find it is Brett Mahoney, hitting him only in his bulletproof vest. He asks what she is doing at the location, but she refuses to explain before leaving the murder case to him.[44][53]
  • Cassie Lang sits down with her father, and he thanks her for covering for him. He says that he messes up trying to help people every time, and she suggests that he might need a partner. Scott assumes she is talking about Hope van Dyne, but Cassie explains that she means herself. He assures her that she would be great, but explains that he cannot put her in danger. She tells him that she is sure he can do whatever it is he needs to.[48][46]
  • Hope van Dyne slips a hairpin she had hidden in her mouth out into her hand and picks the lock on her and Hank Pym's handcuffs. They start to plan a risky escape, but Scott Lang arrives and, controlling trained ants, breaks Pym and van Dyne from FBI custody.[48][46]
  • Uzman witnesses the escape and reports back to Sonny Burch that Pym and van Dyne.[48][46]
  • Jimmy Woo rushes to find the missing father and daughter.[48][46]
  • Pym explains that he put a tracker on the lab after Ghost stole it, and the trio use the controlled ants to guide the way to find it.[48][46]
  • Meanwhile, Ghost and Bill Foster prepare to enter the Quantum Realm. Foster advises caution, but Starr explains that she is desperate and cannot wait, having only days left to live.[48][46]
  • Bendix returns to Dinah Madani's apartment and tells Castle that she has found out about his family and him killing the people behind their deaths. She asks if it made him feel better, and he says that it only does sometimes. Bendix admits she is not called Rachel, but Amy, and promises not to keep trying to run away anymore.[44][53]
  • With time running out to save Janet van Dyne, Pym says that he will enter the lab and dive into the Quantum Realm, asking that Hope and Lang protect the lab while he does so. Luis arrives, having been asked by Lang to follow in case they need his help.[48][46]
  • Scott Lang stands ready to help Pym get to the Quantum Tunnel. Luis talks to Hope van Dyne as they wait, but she takes little interest.[48][46]
  • Ghost and Foster get the Quantum Tunnel started, but it then fails. They realize that there are ants in the lab pulling wires out from sockets to break it, and, knowing that this means Hank Pym must be nearby, Ghost leaves to find and stop him. She follows a trail of ants leaving the building.[48][46]
  • With Ghost led away, Hank Pym enters the lab and confronts Bill Foster. He controls giant ants to corner Foster and force him to back away. Pym retrieves a specialized Quantum Realm suit. Foster apologizes for causing problems, explaining he simply wanted to help Starr, but Pym promises he will help find a cure once he has rescued his wife. Foster wishes him luck.[48][46]
  • Ghost finds Lang at the end of the ant trail and attacks him. He attempts to shrink, but is unable to due to the faulty regulator.[48][46]
  • Hank Pym prepares to enter the Quantum Tunnel.[48][46]
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Ghost fights Ant-Man

  • Lang calls for help, struggling to get away from Ghost.[48][46]
  • Pym fires up his ship to enter the Quantum Realm.[48][46]
  • Ghost continues to pursue Lang.[48][46]
  • Hank Pym tells Hope van Dyne he loves her, in case he does not return from the Quantum Realm.[48][46]
  • Ghost catches Lang and kicks him to the ground.[48][46]
  • Pym uses the ship to enter the Quantum Realm through the tunnel he and van Dyne built.[48][46]
  • As soon as Pym has gone, van Dyne has Lang control an ant to remotely shrink the lab. Lang explains to Ghost that they intentionally led her away from the building and shrinks to escape as she angrily watches van Dyne leave with the building.[48][46]
  • Lang mounts a flying ant to meet van Dyne and Luis, but as van Dyne begins to drive, she is stopped by Sonny Burch and his men in a convoy of cars. She maneuvers the van to slip past them and begins to drive away as fast as she can, with Burch's convoy in chase. When the first car tries to crash into Luis and van Dyne, van Dyne shrinks the van so the car swerves off the road.[48][46]
  • When one of Burch's cars catches them, Hope van Dyne shrinks the van again so it can drive under the chasing car. Van Dyne then grows the van again from underneath the vehicle, pushing it up and flipping it to the side.[48][46]
  • Van Dyne keeps driving, luring the cars to Lombard Street, and uses its winding design to cause a chasing car to crash as they are unable to turn fast enough when she shrinks the van. The car behind then crashes into it and flips over onto the street, sending bricks flying, which cause Luis to panic as, while shrunken, they seem huge.[48][46]
  • Hank Pym loses signal due to the chaos of the lab's movements. He gets stuck in a tardigrade field and as his ship recalibrates, he observes the beauty of the Quantum Realm. However, the tardigrades, relatively giant to the size of the ship, begin to close in. The ship restarts just before they can cause problems, and he continues traveling through the realm.[48][46]
  • Chase for the Mobile Laboratory:
    • Scott Lang catches up with Hope van Dyne and Luis. Van Dyne asks him to take the van's steering wheel as she climbs to the back of the van to deal with Burch's men.[48][46]
    • Wasp fires a shrinking disk at the motorbike of a motorcyclist working for Burch, shrinking it under him and causing him to fall. She shoots another at another motorcyclist but misses, instead accidentally shrinking a car belonging to the Watcher Informant.[48][46]
    • Ghost catches up with the ongoing chase and steals a motorbike from one of Burch's men.[48][46]
    • Wasp picks up Luis' Hello Kitty PEZ dispenser and throws it at more of Burch's motorcyclist men. She fires a growing disk at it to enlarge it, and the giant dispenser takes out two men.[48][46]
    • Ghost phases into the trio's van and kicks Wasp out of the back door, onto the road. She then steals the lab. She then escapes and breaks into a nearby truck, smashing the window to take the lab in with her and causing the driver to leap from his vehicle in fear.[48][46]
    • Wasp finds Ghost's truck and shrinks to get through the broken window, then tries to steal the lab back. Ant-Man leaves the van and gets to Ghost's truck, but ends up on the windscreen as Ghost turns on the wipers. The fight continues between Wasp and Ghost, but Ant-Man manages to grow himself to giant size, punching Ghost through the windscreen. Wasp takes the opportunity to steal back the lab.[48][46]
    • Ghost phases to get to the back of the van and apprehend Wasp. However, Sonny Burch catches up with them and rams the truck, causing Wasp to fall and drop the lab, and Burch reaches out of his window to catch it. He drives away, as Ant-Man returns to normal size, unable to control his faulty regulator.[48][46]
    • Ant-Man grows giant again and gets control of the van, putting his foot on the back of the vehicle and beginning to skate it in the direction he wants.[48][46]
  • Hank Pym reaches the quantum void and engages thrusters to reach Janet van Dyne's coordinates. He breaks through into a colorful section of the Quantum Realm and lands on a surface he finds.[48][46]
  • Luis realizes he has the remote to grow the lab and that he needs to get it to Ant-Man and Wasp so Hank Pym can safely return. He lets them know, and they tell him that since the van is ruined, he needs to open the Hot Wheels case to grow one of the cars and drive the remote to them.[48][46]
  • Luis gets away in the car, and Sonny Burch realizes he has the remote, chasing him. When they start to chase him, Luis shrinks the car to avoid the bullets, before regrowing. He asks for help and Wasp goes to take out the men after him as Ant-Man goes to retrieve the lab.[48][46]
  • Wasp breaks into a car chasing Luis and repeatedly shrinks and regrows to cause the men inside's punches to miss her and hit each other. The driver loses control and veers off the road, and Wasp flies out, joining Luis in his car.[48][46]
  • Ant-Man, still giant, catches up with Sonny Burch and kicks his van off-road. Burch gets out, carrying the lab, and hurries into an alley, where Ant-Man is unable to follow him as he cannot fit and finds himself unable to shrink due to the faulty regulator.[48][46]
  • Ant-Man runs around the buildings to find Burch and discovers that he has boarded a ferry, still carrying the lab. He eventually manages to shrink back to ant size and summons nearby flying ants, but they are repeatedly eaten by seagulls who swoop in. He eventually boards one, whom he names Ant-tonio Banderas, and flies out over the harbor, but Ant-tonio is eaten by another gull and he falls into the water.[48][46]
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Giant-Man intercepts a fleeing Sonny Burch

  • Growing back to giant size, Ant-Man swims the remaining distance to the ferry and then stands up on the seafloor beside the ferry. He reaches out and plucks the lab from Burch's fingers.[48][46]
Hank and Janet kissing

Hank Pym finds Janet van Dyne in the Quantum Realm

  • Rescue of Janet van Dyne:
    • Hank Pym walks through the Quantum Realm to find Janet van Dyne. The timer he is using to keep track of the time until van Dyne is no longer able to be found runs out, and Pym begins to succumb to the effects of the Quantum Realm, hearing increasingly loud voices and feeling like he is losing his mind.[48][46]
    • Falling unconscious, Pym begins to have a vision, in which Hope van Dyne, Scott Lang, and Bill Foster ask him why he has failed. A hooded figure with a blade behind their shoulder starts to walk towards him and puts its fingers to his temples, and he is jolted back to consciousness.[48][46]
    • Pym finds himself back in the Quantum Realm and the figure in front of him takes off their helmet - a Wasp helmet - revealing herself to be Janet van Dyne. The couple are reunited after 31 years and emotionally embrace.[48][46]
    • The couple return to the ship and Pym asks van Dyne how she managed to clear his mind by touching his head. Van Dyne explains that since 1987, her exposure to the Quantum Realm has led to a mix of adaptation and evolution. The ship is unable to find the lab's coordinates and warns Pym not to ascend yet, and Pym tells his wife what is happening in San Francisco.[48][46]
  • Ant-Man, giant-sized and dubbed "Giant-Man" by the news, wades back to the harbor pier with the lab, but becomes fatigued by the time spent enlarged.[48][46]
  • Jimmy Woo sees Giant-Man on the news and, believing Scott Lang must have left house arrest, leaves to apprehend him.[48][46]
  • Jim Paxton and Maggie and Cassie Lang watch the news, and Cassie smiles at her father's success.[48][46]
  • Kurt and Dave see the news and rush out to the harbor to help.[48][46]
  • Giant-Man puts the lab back on land but, just as Hope van Dyne and Luis arrive at the harbor, he falls asleep in the water and sinks to the seabed. Van Dyne sends Luis to pick up the lab as she dives into the water to save Lang.[48][46]
  • Luis runs to the lab, remote in-hand, but Ghost arrives and kicks him out of the way. She takes the remote and grows the lab on the harbor.[48][46]
  • Notified that the lab has been regrown and thinking it is safe to return, Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne launch the ship and begin their ascent out of the Quantum Realm.[48][46]
  • Hope van Dyne is unable to wake Scott Lang, so amends his regulator, allowing him to shrink to ant size. She picks him up in her hand and swims him to the surface.[48][46]
  • Van Dyne drops Lang off on the pier and he wakes. She kisses him.[48][46]
  • Sonny Burch's men catch Luis and prepare to shoot him. However, before they can, Kurt and Dave electrocute them with Tazers.[48][46]
  • Bill Foster catches up with the lab and enters to try to dissuade Ava Starr from going after van Dyne. He tells her what Pym told him: that van Dyne will be able to help cure her, but Starr refuses to take the risk, desperate to rid herself of her pain. She enters a Quantum Energy Chamber and, using the coordinates locked onto van Dyne, begins to siphon quantum energy from her.[48][46]
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Ant-Man and Wasp fight Ghost outside the Quantum Tunnel

  • Ant-Man and Wasp enter the lab and start pulling the plugs on Starr's chamber. Starr goes to fight back, but the duo together manage to keep her occupied. Wasp falls onto the Quantum Tunnel ramp just as Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne return, and Ant-Man turns giant to scoop Wasp to safety.[48][46]
  • Janet van Dyne exits the ship and Hope is overjoyed. The mother and daughter have a tearful reunion. Hope then embraces her father as Janet talks to Scott Lang, joking about how, in a sense, they have already met.[48][46]
  • Janet van Dyne turns to Ava Starr and places her hands on the side of Starr's head. Saying she thinks she can help, her hands glow as she transfers quantum healing particles to Starr. Starr's molecular disequilibrium settles, as her phasing becomes more controlled and her pain is relieved.[48][46]
  • Luis runs into the building and warns the group that the police are coming.[48][46]
  • Kurt and Dave explain to police that they have apprehended Sonny Burch, Uzman, and another of Burch's men for them. The three criminals readily confess to their crimes, injected by Kurt and Dave with Uzman's truth serum.[48][46]
  • Scott Lang tells the group at the lab that he has an idea for how to avoid the police.[48][46]
  • Jimmy Woo catches what he believes to be Giant-Man. However, Lang has set up the enlarged, empty Ant-Man suit. It shrinks down and Woo turns to see the lab shrinking in the distance, realizing he has made a mistake and fallen for a distraction. Lang controls an ant to pick up the suit and makes his way to reunite with the group.[48][46]
  • Luis, Kurt, and Dave pick up Pym and the van Dynes, carrying the lab in the X-Con Security Consultants van.[48][46]
  • Bill Foster offers to go with Ava Starr as she runs from the police, but she says she does not want him join her as a fugitive. He refuses to leave her on her own, and she hugs him to thank him for taking care of her.[48][46]
  • Woo and his FBI agents rush back to Scott Lang's house to catch him out for having left the house. However, when they get there, they find him simply playing the electric drums, claiming to have been in the house the whole time.[48][46]
  • Still suspicious, Woo nonetheless proceeds with the official end of Lang's house arrest sentence, removing his ankle monitor.[48][46]
  • Krista Dumont has a knock on her apartment door, and finds that it is Billy Russo, saying that he has nowhere else to go and covered in Arthur Walsh's blood. She lets him in, and he admits he found her apartment by following her home. He begs for her help, and she takes him to her bathroom, then picks up her phone to call the police.[44][53]
  • Russo steps out of the bathroom and sees Dumont about to make the call. He tells her he would not blame her if she did, but asks her if she thinks it might be possible to look in the mirror and see the best version of himself again, rather than the face that represents everything he ever did wrong. She locks her phone, deciding not to call.[44][53]
  • Amy Bendix plays one-eyed jacks with Frank Castle and explains that everyone knows it is a scam that people always lose, but they keep trying nonetheless because they are stubborn and overconfident. She says that the only win is to not play, likening it to their current situation, but Castle disagrees, saying they just have to make sure they are in the dealer position.[44][54]
  • Turk Barrett goes to his car, only to find Frank Castle waiting in the back seat. Castle asks if he knows a "Konchevsky" from his time selling guns, and he reluctantly tells Castle that Konchevsky's people operate out of Kazan's Gym. He tells Barrett to let Konchevsky know that someone wants to meet with the "photos and the girl" from Chicago, claiming to offer him 25% of whatever they pay. He gives Barrett a number to call once he has arranged it.[44][54]

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  • Jessica Jones lays in bed, when Gillian tells her about a client waiting for her. Gillian leaves for lunch, and Jones meets with the woman, Jeri Hogarth, who is upset that Jones claimed to be working for her while searching for a sculpture stolen by Andrew Brandt. They discuss their shared lack of capacity, but Jones refuses to accept Hogarth's pep talk. Jones mentions a program studying ALS, and Hogarth has her assistant send Jones potential locations to find the statue.
  • While walking, Jones' alarm goes off, and she takes medicine. She buys a hot dog, noticing Trish Walker following her, and immediately throws it out. She gives her napkin to a pedestrian, which Walker steals, realizing the only thing on it is a mustard stain.
  • Jones passes out, and Walker calls 911. She notices a piece of paper in Jones' pocket and leaves when other people start to comfort Jones.


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  • Billy Russo has nightmares once again.[44][54]
  • Dinah Madani also has a nightmare, in which she finds Russo has broken into her apartment. She wakes from it and tries to return to sleep.[44][54]
  • Krista Dumont wakes Russo in her apartment. He is frantic and angry, but she helps him calm down. She explains that she let him in because she wanted to help him, then goes to get him a glass of water, rolling up her sleeves and exposing her self-harm scars as she turns on the tap.[44][54]
  • Madani returns to her apartment and is greeted by Castle and Bendix. She explains that Russo killed Walsh and is likely exactly as broken and crazy as he had seemed all along. Bendix asks if Madani might be able to deport the Russians they are dealing with, which only makes Madani realize that the pair have brought their trouble to her doorstep. She gives them 24 hours to get out of town. Bendix is not fussed, and happy she has stolen Madani's credit card.[44][54]
  • Back home, John Pilgrim whips himself on the back. His son, Lemuel, tells him Anderson Schultz has arrived.[44][54]
  • Eliza Schultz talks to Rebecca Pilgrim, who is growing increasingly sick, trying to reassure her.[44][54]
  • Anderson Schultz tells John Pilgrim that the man and girl still have to be dealt with, and that they are in New York now. He says that he believes Pilgrim will be strong enough to cope with returning there after his previous experiences.[44][54]
  • In Madani's apartment, Bendix tries Madani's makeup and clothes, while Castle stakes out Kazan's Gym. Bendix has fun pretending to be Madani, while Castle watches men arriving at the gym. Bendix orders several things with Madani's card, including pizza, clothes, and a computer.[44][54]
  • Castle watches from outside as Turk Barrett enters the gym. He approaches Mr. Kazan and asks to see Sergei Konchevsky about Chicago, but the men in the gym put him in a choke hold as Kazan explains that someone killed Konchevsky in Chicago.[44][54]
  • Billy Russo tells Krista Dumont he refuses to go back to the hospital. She says he is not the only one who feels scared and helpless, and he acknowledges that she, too, must have issues in her life, but that at least she remembers hers.[44][54]
  • Castle returns to Madani's apartment and reprimands Bendix for spending Madani's money. He gets a call from Barrett, who, held captive by the Russians, is forced to say that everything is fine and arrange a "meeting" for Castle to attend. Once he has hung up, Castle explains to Bendix that he knows Barrett is lying. Bendix says that, with the people coming after them not being Russian, she thinks Konchevsky might be dead, and Castle agrees.[44][54]
  • John Pilgrim tells Rebecca that he is leaving again. She tells John that she wants the last thing she sees before she soon dies.[44][54]
  • Billy Russo overhears one of Krista Dumont's patients, a veteran named Jake Nelson, in a meeting with her. He talks about his struggles, but assures her he is going to a veteran support meeting after.[44][54]
  • Dinah Madani visits Curtis Hoyle for help with Frank Castle, but they both lie to each other and say that neither have seen Castle recently. Hoyle's veterans, including Nelson, arrive and Hoyle says that she will have to wait until after the meeting to talk, inviting her to join them.[44][54]
  • The meeting begins and attendee Jimbo talks about his dishonorable discharge. Hoyle advises him to appeal his case. Nelson asks why Madani is present, assuming she has not gone through their struggles, but she explains about everything she has been through, finding herself talking openly about her problems.[44][54]
  • After the meeting, Madani and Hoyle talk. Hoyle explains that Russo was twisted by greed, not his experiences with war. He promises to tell her if he comes across Russo, and asks her intentions with him. She says she wants him locked up, but Hoyle admits he thought she would say killed, and that that is how he feels.[44][54]
  • Castle takes the cast off his arm, which is still injured, and heads out to face the Russians.[44][54]
  • Castle watches the Russians leave Kazan's Gym for the agreed "meeting" place at Turk Barrett's shop.[44][54]
  • Russo sits in a bar, and Jake Nelson comes and sits next to him. They get talking about their respective military experience.[44][54]
  • The Russians prepare themselves in Barrett's shop for Castle to arrive, so they can ambush him.[44][54]
  • Attack on Kazan's Gym:
    • Meanwhile, Castle walks into the gym, less protected due to the men at Barrett's. Kazan recognizes him as the Punisher and asks if he killed Konchevsky, which Castle denies. Castle says it is time they start talking, but Kazan has his thugs attack. Despite their size, Castle manages to use the gym equipment to his advantage and brutally beat each of them until only one is left.[44][54]
    • The large thug gets the upper hand on Castle until Castle manages to grab a weight from a stand and use it to bash the thug's face in.[44][54]
    • Castle then threatens Kazan, asking who paid for the photographs, and Kazan fearfully tells him that it was a man named Nikolai Poloznev. Castle tells Barrett that he is not angry with him, since he did exactly what he needed to, but they agree they never want to see each other again.[44][54]
  • Russo and Nelson keep drinking and taking. The flashing camera of other patrons momentarily triggers Russo to have a flashback to the mirrors of the carousel. Nelson offers him drugs, but he refuses. The two start to talk about how they are treated like a problem after returning from war, but that they should turn the tables on the world. Nelson reveals that he knows who Russo is, which puts Russo on edge, but Nelson explains that he feels it is an honor to meet him.[44][54]
  • Krista Dumont tries to face up to her terrible vertigo, opening her window and stepping closer to it. She starts to become dizzy and panicked.[44][54]
  • Castle returns to Madani's apartment and tells Bendix about Poloznev. She looks him up and finds out he is a billionaire and friend of the Russian president, living in New York.[44][54]
  • Respecting Madani's wishes and leaving her apartment, though not town, Castle and Bendix head to a place Hoyle has arranged for them to stay.[44][54]
  • Madani gets home to find her apartment tidy and vacated, and her credit card and new bills on her counter.[44][54]
  • John Pilgrim shoots the rest of the Russians at Kazan's Gym.[44][54]

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  • Kith Lyonne goes to Jeri Hogarth's Apartment in order to prove that Hogarth does not still have the tape Lyonne recorded for her while they were together. Hogarth proves that she does, and plays it while reminiscing about when they recorded it. Hogarth tries to play it, but the cassette tape breaks, so Lyonne plays it on her cello. Hogarth begins to hug and kiss Lyonne while she plays, but Lyonne eventually starts playing and the two kiss more.
    • Hogarth graduated law school in the 90s
  • Malcolm Ducasse watches footage of Peter Lyonne meeting and having sex with a student. Zaya Okonjo asks if he wants to eat, and unplugs his headphones, where she hears moaning and believes Ducasse is watching porn. However, Okonjo isn't mad, and the two kiss.
  • Jones wakes up in the hospital, where Doctor Purks tells her that she needs to be more careful. Jones demands her phone and receives a text from Hogarth, telling her about an art auction the next day.


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  • Destruction of Clive's Photo Studio: Frank Castle and Amy Bendix visit a man, Clive, whom they have found out helps people take fetishistic photographs of children. They get inside and Castle beats him down as Bendix goes to use his photo-developing kit. Once she is done, Bendix convinces Castle to let Clive live as they leave. Nonetheless, they decide to burn the place down, with Clive getting out just in time.[44][55]
  • Curtis Hoyle wakes with his girlfriend in their hotel room.[44][55]
  • Hoyle helps serve food to the homeless. Jimbo, from his veteran support group, turns up, and Hoyle shows him that he has got him a pair of glasses, and he is immensely grateful. Hoyle says he wants to help him move out of living in his car soon.[44][55]
  • Billy Russo passes Krista Dumont's room as she is dressing. He notices a scar on her back and becomes fixated on her, but she closes the door when she notices, uncomfortable.[44][55]
  • Amy Bendix confirms from a phone call that Nikolai Poloznev eats breakfast at the same time, in the same place, every day.[44][55]
  • Bendix and Castle watch Poloznev arrive for breakfast, as expected.[44][55]
  • Bendix and Castle sit outside Poloznev's daughter's private school, and start talking about Castle's daughter, Lisa. Bendix tries to comfort him, but Castle is saddened.[44][55]
  • Krista Dumont tells Billy Russo to stop acting so self-destructively, since she wants to help save him. She asks where he was the night before, and he explains about drinking with Nelson. Dumont tells him not to go out again - and that if he does, he must not get caught.[44][55]

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  • Scott Lang runs to Maggie's house and embraces Maggie, Cassie, and Jim Paxton, glad to now be free as he picks up Cassie for the weekend.[56][46]
  • Staying in a trailer park, Amy Bendix asks for Frank Castle to teach her how to use a gun. He chooses first to teach her self-defense and how to disarm someone with a gun, and tells her that she needs to shoot whoever she ends up stealing a gun from to protect herself.[44][55]
  • Kurt and Dave receive calls at X-Con Security Consultants as they are reported on the news for their help in apprehending Sonny Burch and his men. Kurt arranges a meeting for Monday. Luis picks up a call coming into the X-Con office and finds that it is Karapetyan, their most desired customers, asking to meet them next Thursday morning. The X-Con group celebrate.[56][46]

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  • Billy Russo works out. He goes looking in Dumont's drawers and finds a note she has written comparing him to someone called "KM", and saying that his state breaks her heart.[44][55]

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  • Jessica Jones breaks into Cassaro Gallery, looking for a sculpture stolen by Andrew Brandt. Trish Walker arrives and is given a tour while Jones steals the sculpture and hears the tour guide walking with Walker.
  • Walker uses a computer in the gallery to find a list of art sellers, including Andrew Brandt. She takes a picture of the list and returns to her seat as the tour guide returns with champagne. Jones leaves with the sculpture.
    • I don't know if this is useful, but the names are the list in order are: Zhi Huang, Beverly Carter, Annie Bell, Morgan Vitrano, Jaleel Malouf, Marco Villanueva, Quinn McFarley, Yu Yan Ma, Isaak Ozols, Christoff de Boer, Andrew Brandt, Bako Okoye, Miqo Danielan, Carlos Diaz, and Christopher Morgan
  • Walker leaves the gallery, and Jones stops her, revealing that she has the sculpture. The two argue about who should go after Brandt, and Jones pushes her down and steals the contact information. She calls Brandt and learns his location.
  • Jones goes to Brandt's garage and wakes him up, scaring him. Jones asks about being stabbed, and Brandt reveals his misguided belief that all powered people have impenetrable skin. Jones hogties Brandt and calls Walker, telling her that he's not the reason she was stabbed. She leaves, telling Walker where he is.
  • Malcolm Ducasse gives Jeri Hogarth a video of Peter Lyonne having an affair with a student, but Hogarth says that it's not enough. She tells him to dig deeper.
  • Eddy Costa tells Jones about Brandt's arrest, and how Brandt mentioned the two powered women, and Costa asks who the other woman is. Jones refuses to tell him, and Costa leaves. Jones calls Erik Gelden and invites him to drink with her.
  • Gelden arrives at Jones' apartment, and Jones realizes that Gelden was the target of the attack. She asks Jones why he was attacked. [52] Gelden tells Jones about the debt he owes to Sal Blaskowski, and his ability to sense darkness in people, which allowed him to blackmail them. Jones and Gelden plan to visit the people he blackmailed, when Trish Walker arrives to tell Jones that Brandt is in jail. Jones refuses to allow Walker to help find her attacker, while Gelden leaves on the phone with some one from the Blaskowski family.
  • While leaving the apartment building, Walker overhears Gelden mention Blaskowski's name. She goes to her car and writes the name down.
  • Jones goes into an alley, and finds money left for Gelden by Todd White. They go to White's house, and he doesn't recognize them, so Jones sees that he is not the attacker. Wanting to know why White is a bad person, she searches his home and finds a studio set for young girls, as well as pornographic images of them. Jones locks him in a closet, and White calls for help. Jones calls 911 and tells them that there is screaming about being trapped in a closet, then leaves so that the police could find the studio and the pictures.
  • Gelden counts the money he collected from White and Jones comments on her heroic action. Jones asks whether Gelden would have turned White in to the police, and reminds him that she doesn't rely on anybody. Walker calls Jones, but she ignores it.
  • Walker calls Jones again, and tells her about Blaskowski's past as a criminal who got charged with assault but had the charges dropped. Jones tells Walker that she doesn't care about Blaskowski, but Walker continues to do research anyway.
  • A woman helps Hogarth install a piece that will make her toilet better suited to her medical condition. She tells Hogarth about future installments she will need, as well as recommending a style change to her apartment. Frustrated, Hogarth returns the installment and forces her out.
  • Ducasse finds out that Hogarth and Kith Lyonne dated in college, and Zaya Okonjo comes into his room. They discuss his lead and Ducasse's inability to discuss his forced silence. They kiss, but Okonjo returns to work. Walker sneaks into Ducasse's apartment and steals data about Blaskowski.
  • Jones and Gelden, having received the blackmail money from Reyna Pincer, go to her company building to find out whether she was Jones' attacker. They walk into her office and determine that she is not the attacker, and Jones demands to know what she did. Pincer confesses to having taken money from the company's petty cash to pay for her mother's surgery. Sensing that it was worse than that, Jones pushes her against the wall and forces her to confess to embezzling millions of dollars from her employees' pensions. She and Gelden leave the office, and Jones tells her employees about her actions.
  • Ducasse returns to his office, to find a file on Blaskowski opened on his computer. He sees Walker, who reminds him that he is not on the side of right. Ducasse tells Walker to leave, threatening to call security, and she does so.
  • Gelden and Jones sit in a park, as Gelden notices that the last person he blackmailed didn't pay. Jones says they should go investigate, but Gelden refuses, saying that he needs to pay Blaskowski. Gelden tries to defend himself for not using his powers for good, but Jones refuses to listen.
  • Ducasse confronts Hogarth about her motivations for sending Ducasse after Peter Lyonne. Ducasse leverages the information he has about Lyonne in order to get a raise. Hogarth hesitantly agrees and Ducasse tells her that Lyonne is stealing from his daughter's scholarship fund to buy gifts for his girlfriends. He tells Hogarth that the information could be anonymously spread. Hogarth refuses to distribute the information.
  • Gelden drives to the Blaskowski residence and runs into the house with the money he owes.
  • Hogarth and Kith Lyonne attend a performance of La Mer, where Hogarth introduces Lyonne to Mathias Cole, intending to establish a connection so that Lyonne could play with the New York Philharmonic. Hogarth tells Lyonne that she wants her to play with the Philharmonic, though Lyonne claims to be content teaching. They discuss Lyonne's marriage, and Hogarth says that she is not going to try to break them up.
    • La mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre by Claude Debussy - October 1905
    • Claude Debussy - August 22, 1862
    • New York Philharmonic - 1842
  • Gelden gets thrown into the Blaskowski pool, when Walker shows up and starts fighting the family. She and Gelden defeat them, and Gelden leaves. Sal attacks Walker, who pushes her out of the way, accidentally stabbing her with a crowbar, nearly killing her.
  • Hogarth and Lyonne continue to watch the opera, and Hogarth watches Lyonne's hand studies the music. Lyonne starts having hand sex with Hogarth, reminding her how to cede control. As they leave the opera, they kiss, but her husband calls and asks to watch television with her, so Lyonne leaves.
    • I'm sorry, I'm an incredibly awkward asexual person and had no idea how to write this professionally
  • Jones breaks into and investigates the apartment of Gregory Sallinger, Gelden's final blackmail victim. She notices that Sallinger is missing a knife similar to the one she was stabbed with, and Jones starts recording their conversation. He pretends to be heard when Jones confronts him, saying that it's for the city's hidden cameras. They try to play mind games on each other, and Sallinger returns his missing knife to his collection. He calls 911, saying that Jones broke into his apartment and tried to hurt him, forcing Jones to leave.
  • Following orders texted to him by Hogarth, Ducasse releases the information about Peter Lyonne stealing from his scholarship fund.
  • Walker calls the hospital about Blaskowski, where she is relieved to find out that she is ok.
  • Jones returns to her apartment, where she finds Gelden sleeping. She wakes him up and finds a threat delivered by Sallinger, who thinks that they have proof he's a killer. Gelden leaves to lay low, while Jones resolves to take Sallinger down.
  • Walker hosts Style by Trish, and Jones calls, cryptically asking for help with Sallinger.
  • Sallinger slices and eats an apple while the corpse of his latest victim.

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  • Billy Russo ambushes Curtis Hoyle on his way to his car, holding a gun to him and makes sure Hoyle ejects his magazine and round from the gun he carries. He says that he has been informed he shot Hoyle and is sorry, but feels he has already paid for it with his scars and broken memory. He asks Hoyle how that happened to him, who did it, but Hoyle claims he cannot say.[44][55]

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  • Jessica Jones tells Trish Walker what she knows about Gregory Sallinger. Jones plans a stakeout and Walker suggests a more direct approach, which Jones realizes wouldn't work with a man with a law degree such as Sallinger. Jones acknowledges Walker as their advantage, since he doesn't know that she exists.
  • Sallinger develops photographs he took of the man he killed the previous night. He cleans up the dark room he set up and texts his workplace, saying tat he will be out of town. He places the pictures in an envelope, packages up the evidence, compliments himself for his work, and disposes of it.
  • Jones and Walker stake out Sallinger's apartment. Walker feels as though Jones is talking down to her, leading to another argument between them. Jones leaves to watch the back entrance while Walker sets up to watch the front.
  • Kith Lyonne talks to Jeri Hogarth about her husband, Peter Lyonne's theft from their daughter's scholarship fund. Hogarth promises to make her husband pay. Peter knocks on the door, and Kith thinks it's her son, so Hogarth opens the door while Kith puts herself together. Peter runs in and realizes that Hogarth is responsible for the information being exposed. Kith yells at Peter and leaves him. Hogarth tells him to get a good lawyer, and the two acknowledge that the other cannot be in a relationship with Kith.
  • Walker sees Sallinger put a photo in a hidden album and tells Jones. Jones plans on breaking in herself, but Walker hangs up and joins Jones on the street. Sallinger leaves his apartment, and Walker goes to the photo apartment while Jones considers following Sallinger, but instead runs after Walker. However, she sees that Walker had cut the power, so she resumes following Sallinger, who buys a newspaper.
  • Walker finds the photo album and sees pictures of Sallinger's victims. She returns to the album to its hiding spot and takes pictures of Sallinger's apartment.
  • Malcolm Ducasse receives a phone call from Hogarth, worried that Peter Lyonne might tell the public about her actions. Ducasse asks to use vacation time and disconnects the live feed he set up in Lyonne's office.
  • Jones continues to follow Sallinger, who sits on a bench across the street from Brianna "Berry" Gelden and her friends. Jones and Sallinger watch as Gelden pays Gor, who notices that she kept some money for herself, and makes her give him the rest. While Gor leaves, Erik Gelden appears and talks to Sallinger, who threatens Berry. He pays Gor and takes Berry into a hotel. Jones follows them instead of Sallinger.
  • Berry and Erik argue about Berry's career as a prostitute and Jones walks in. She confronts Erik about associating with Sallinger, but he explains what happened. Jones agrees that Berry needs to be taken somewhere safe.
  • Ducasse talks on the phone with Zaya Okonjo, who wants to make sure that he is ok. Okonjo tells Ducasse that she has to stay at work all night, and they hang up.
    • This scene is " a lot after" 5:00
  • Jones returns to her apartment, where Gillian and Walker are looking up information on Sallinger.
  • Jones visits Ducasse's apartment, where she asks him to take care of Berry. Although hesitant, Ducasse agrees after using his PI skills to figure out Berry and Erik's relationship. Erik tells Jones that he senses darkness in Ducasse, but Jones decides to trust him anyway.
  • Walker and Gillian tell Jones and Erik Gelden that four of Sallinger's victims were labeled missing by the police, causing them to realize he's a serial killer. Walker wants to beat Sallinger, but Jones says it's not a smart move, and Walker agrees angrily. Gillian advises them to work out their argument and leaves.
  • Okonjo shows Hogarth a video confession posted by Peter Lyonne, in which he explains his actions and Hogarth's immoral and illegal actions toward him. He accuses her of having powered individuals at her beck and call, getting them out of assault and murder. He shows that he had killed himself and was bleeding out. He urges the public for pushback against Hogarth, and apologizes to his family. Okonjo tells her that the police want to talk to her, and Hogarth tries to call Kith Lyonne, who sends her too voicemail.
  • Walker and Jones argue about her vigilante actions and the murder of Jones' mother. Walker leaves, and Jones and Gelden have sex.
  • Hogarth returns to her apartment and calls Kith Lyonne, who tells her to stay away from her.

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  • John Pilgrim looks over a Bible given to him by his wife, Rebecca, as well as photos of his family. He prepares his things and heads out of his hotel room.[44][55]
  • John Pilgrim sits in a cafe in New York City.[44][55]
  • Dinah Madani takes her pills, then goes to leave her apartment. There is a knock on her door, and she finds out it is Brett Mahoney. She opens the door and he comes in, saying he has worked out that there must have been a third person at the carousel, and suspected it to be Frank Castle before confirming with the two young people Russo kidnapped before the fight. He says he is disappointed that she cannot be honest, before leaving.[44][55]
  • Kidnapping of Nikolai Poloznev:
    • Castle pretends to be a homeless man so as to sneak up on Nikolai Poloznev's driver, then knocks him out.[44][55]
    • Amy Bendix poses as a waiter and shows Poloznev at breakfast that she has one of his photographs. He gets up and sends men after her, but she slips into the crowd of schoolgirls passing by. Poloznev gets into his car only to find Castle waiting in the driver seat.[44][55]
  • Dinah Madani visits a cafe, and John Pilgrim, who had been waiting for her, gets up from his seat to follow her.[44][55]
  • Madani notices Pilgrim following her and holds a gun to him. He says that he is there regarding Frank Castle and wants to know where he and the girl are. She refuses and takes a photograph of him, and he walks away, telling her she is easy to find.[44][55]
  • Madani rushes back to the cafe and tells them not to clean anything so she can take fingerprints.[44][55]
  • Castle drives Poloznev to the waterfront and walks him into a building. Poloznev says that he assumes Castle killed Kazan, but Castle explains that he did not, which makes Poloznev realize that they have mutual enemies. He tells Castle that the people after them are Anderson and Eliza Schultz, powerful people who have raised their senator son David Schultz to one day become president, but that he is homosexual, and his orientation, due to homophobia, and the cover-up, due to the lying, could sink his political career, so the photographs of him kissing another man are dangerous. Poloznev explains that the reason he wanted them was to be able to blackmail and control the Schultzes. Castle has him kneel and prepares to shoot him, but reconsiders when he thinks of Poloznev's innocent daughter. He tells Poloznev to leave the country with his family and walks away.[44][55]
  • Billy Russo joins Jake Nelson, Jimbo, and some other veterans at a bar.[44][55]
  • Madani instructs a forensics worker, Wendy, to assess the items from the cafe. The woman is excited.[44][55]
  • Chase of Jimbo's Car:
    • Jimbo lets the other veterans know that his car is being towed, and that he relies on the car to live in. Russo decides to lead the group in chasing down the tow driver. They stop him in the street and Russo angrily starts beating the driver until Nelson stops him.[44][55]
    • The group get the car back for Jimbo, and Russo tells him to drive to Texas and change his license plates. The others talk about how good it felt to do something like that, and one man suggests that they rob a bank together, saying he knows somewhere they can hit.[44][55]
  • Bendix expresses her frustration to Castle about her friends dying over what she sees as a small matter, but Castle tells her the group were wrong to get involved in a blackmail scheme, and comments on her being silly to want to play with guns. She says she just wanted to be useful and feels like he sees her as useless, so he expresses some regret and asks her to sit back down. Bendix tells him she just hates their situation.[44][55]
  • Curtis Hoyle goes to meet Jimbo at a police station, where he has been taken in, caught after the tow driver incident. Jimbo explains what happened, and that the man leading the group was called Billy, and Hoyle realizes what is happening. He asks that Jimbo not tell the police anything.[44][55]
  • Assassination of Nikolai Poloznev: John Pilgrim finds Nikolai Poloznev and kills his men and him in an elevator.[44][55]
  • Brett Mahoney comes to Krista Dumont's apartment and subpoenas her for Billy Russo's files. She tells him she is hopeful about saving Russo. When Mahoney leaves, Russo steps out and admits that if she had told Mahoney about him, he would probably have killed him. He starts to comment on the fact that she seems lonely and in a poor emotional state. She tries to deflect talking about it, but he then confronts her about "KM", asking if he is some other "pet project" of hers and he is just some victim of a pattern she goes through. He grabs her and Dumont takes a letter-opener, stabbing him in the hand in self defense. The two stop, then Russo suddenly decides to kiss her.[44][55]
  • Both Madani and Castle get to Hoyle's meeting room, where Hoyle is waiting. Madani angrily tells Castle that his problems are now affecting her, showing him the picture she took of the mysterious man earlier. Hoyle tells them to both sit and explains what has been happening with Russo, that he came after him the day before and is crazy, and cannot just be taken in by a couple of policemen. Castle says he will deal with the man who came after Madani, but Hoyle says they have to focus on Russo first. Castle accepts this and says that he will have to end the Russo situation his way.[44][55]
  • Madani tells Castle that she thinks he finds it easy killing people, a notion he rejects. He says that she must have wanted Russo dead, but she claims not to. Hoyle admits he sees no end other than Russo's death and that he knows someone who will know Russo's location.[44][57]

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  • Erik Gelden and Jessica Jones wake up, and Jones realizes that a missing handsaw returned to Gregory Sallinger's apartment between her visit and Trish Walker's. Gelden asks Jones why she feels obligated to stop Sallinger and asks to help, but Jones refuses. She leaves and asks him to make a hamburger before he leaves.
  • Jones shows Walker the missing handsaw and Walker explains that he has bags that could seal the body parts nicely. Jones asks for Walker's help visiting Maury Tuttlebaum at the morgue in Riverbank Medical Center.
  • Malcolm Ducasse talks about Peter Lyonne's suicide on the phone with Zaya Okonjo, who notices that Ducasse believes the death was his fault. She tries to comfort him, but gets called to continue working, so she hangs up. He helps Berry Gelden find her missing earring and tells her to take her medicine, but Berry packs, saying that she's leaving. Gor knocks on the door, planning to take her. Ducasse tries to stop Gelden from leaving, but Gor incapacitates him and they leave together.
  • Sallinger sits in his apartment, when Jones throws a dismembered hand borrowed from Tuttlebaum into his apartment. Sallinger closes his window and wonders whether the hand belonged to one of his victims. He looks out his window and sees Jones, so he calls the police, who approach her about a loitering compplaint they received.
  • Walker watches Sallinger leave his apartment with the hand in his backpack and texts Jones to tell her that he is leaving.
  • Jones receives the text and the police ask her if she has been drinking. She says no and that she is going to go home.
  • Instead, she joins Walker at a train yard, where they watch Sallinger dispose of the hand. Jones checks the tank for the bodies while Walker follows Sallinger. Jones walks into the tank and finds the body parts of his victims. She steps on a tripwire which seals the hatch and dumps chemicals into the water that dispose of the body parts and start to kill Jones.
  • Walker hears the hatch close, but continues following Sallinger while Jones tries to escape. She starts hitting the wall, trying to break it open, which Walker also hears. Walker attacks Sallinger, who tells her that Jones would die in thirty seconds. Walker chooses to save Jones instead of pursue Sallinger.
  • Jones thanks Walker for saving her life. Walker says that she wishes she hadn't killed Jones' mother, and Jones says that she wishes her mother weren't a mass murderer. The police arrive, so Walker leaves in order to remain anonymous.
  • Erik Gelden returns to his apartment, where he gets attacked and suffocated by Sallinger.

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  • Madani wakes and goes to shower, and has disturbing recollections of her time with Russo and being shot.[44][57]
  • Billy Russo and Krista Dumont have sex again. Dumont tells him that her back scars came from a bad fall at age 9.[44][57]
  • Dumont looks at herself in the mirror and smiles.[44][57]
  • Russo tells Dumont that he wants to go out, having regained some confidence because of her and his crew. He explains that he knows he had built his life up before his injury, and wants to reclaim some of it. Dumont tells him he cannot just walk out on her and goes to grab her gun from a hiding place, but he reveals he has already taken it. She begs him not to go, but he walks out nonetheless. Dumont goes to her window and watches him leave, then starts experiencing vertigo again.[44][57]
  • Madani checks in with Wendy at forensics, who explains she has tried everything but cannot identify the man who came after her. She compliments Madani on her work, and Madani finds her odd.[44][57]

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  • Jessica Jones watches as the police examine a train yard filled with the body parts of Gregory Sallinger's body parts. Eddy Costa approaches Jones and asks for evidence and information, which Jones refuses to give. She gives Costa Sallinger's address and tells him where his secret photo album is. Jones leaves and tells Costa to call her when he needs her official statement.
  • Jones goes into Walker's car, and Walker wants to go to Sallinger's apartment, but Jones says that she wants to let the police handle it. Walker convinces Jones otherwise and gets a text from her mother, asking her to go to the filming of her television program. Jones advises her to go.
  • Erik Gelden wakes up in the kitchen of an old restaurant, and sees Sallinger with a camera setup. Sallinger describes the situation as a photoshop. He explains that Jones doesn't deserve his powers, which he describes as unfair. He asks how Gelden found out about Sallinger's crimes.
  • Ducasse returns to his apartment and searches for Berry Gelden online, when he receives a call from Zaya Okonjo. He dismisses Okonjo and an all-hands-on-deck meeting called by Jeri Hogarth in favor of looking for Gelden.
  • Hogarth hosts a meeting about Peter Lyonne's suicide and how it will end up impacting her employees. She gives her team a pep talk and asks Okonjo about whether Rand Enterprises will keep Hogarth as their attorney. She says that she plans on fighting for them, and Hogarth assures her that it's possible.
  • Jones sees Ducasse, who tells her about Gor attacking him, and they discuss his progress finding Gelden and Jones' progress with Sallinger. Jones tells Ducasse where Gelden works.
  • Jones returns to her apartment and receives a phone call from Sallinger using Erik Gelden's phone. He threatens to kill Gelden if Jones doesn't find them and explain how they found him. Sallinger starts taking pictures of Gelden, who tries to use a nut in his chair to break the duct tape binding his hands.
  • Jones tries to break into Sallinger's apartment, but Costa finds her and tells her not to pursue. They argue about Jones' involvement, and Costa says that Sallinger's photo album only contains landscapes. Jones says that there used to be pictures of Sallinger's eight victims, but Costa says that there were only seven victims in the train yard. The press arrive, and Costa leaves Jones a list of the seven victims they found. Walker meets with Jones, who promises to help find Gelden.
  • Ducasse receives a text from Jones about Gelden being kidnapped, and he approaches Gor. He beats Gor and Berry Gelden agrees to go with him. Ducasse tells Gelden that her brother was kidnapped and takes her back to his apartment.
  • Hogarth tries to attend Peter Lyonne's funeral, but gets recognized by Laurent Lyonne, who tells her to leave. She tries to defend herself, and Lyonne accidentally knocks her down, hurting her wrist. Hogarth gets herself up and asks Lyonne to tell his mother that she visited.
  • Jones shows Walker the picture of the man who wasn't on the list of victims found by the police, and they are stopped by Dorothy Walker, who demands to know where Trish has been. Jones invites Dorothy in and tells her that Trish is powered. Jones leaves to talk to Ducasse.
  • Trish returns to Jones' apartment and talks to Dorothy, who asks why Trish didn't tell her. Dorothy tries to talk Trish out of being a superhero since it's dangerous, but Trish yells at her for her parenting techniques. Dorothy leaves, and Trish begs her not to.
  • Jones asks Ducasse to run a facial recognition program looking for the eighth victim. They find Caspar Marx, who is still alive. Berry Gelden appears and reminds Jones that bad people make her brother sick, and asks them to hurry in finding him.
  • Erik Gelden tells Sallinger that he regrets taking advantage of people, but Sallinger doesn't believe him. Sallinger talks about his brother and his past, comparing Gelden to his brother. Sallinger realizes that being near Gelden gives him a headache, and that he has powers.
  • Jones defends her choice to tell Walker's mother about her powers, but Walker expresses anger. Jones enters Marx's restaurant, and Marx confesses that he thought that Sallinger was kidnapping him for kink purposes and kissed Sallinger, who fled. He tells Jones that this happened at his former location, and Jones realizes that that is where Sallinger is keeping Gelden.
  • Sallinger asks Gelden about how is power works. Sallinger defends his actions, and Gelden breaks the duct tape holding him and punches Sallinger in the face. Sallinger holds a knife to Gelden's neck, but the power goes out as Jones and Walker arrive. They knock Sallinger unconscious and Gelden helps them recover the missing pictures.
  • Jones brings Sallinger to the police, but Eddy Costa tells her that the bodies from the train yard had no evidence, meaning they couldn't hold him accountable. Costa explains that Jones' testimony as a witness is insufficient evidence, but that a second witness could help.
  • Jeri Hogarth and Zaya Okonjo speak to clients of Hogarth and Associates and celebrate successfully keeping two of their clients. Jones calls Hogarth, but she ignores it when she is visited by Steven Benowitz,who tells Hogarth that Linda Chao had convinced Rand Enterprises to hire her and Benowitz's law firm instead of Hogarth's.
  • Gelden wakes up in Jones' apartment, where Walker tells him that Sallinger is in jail. Gelden recognizes Walker's voice and promises not to tell anybody that she is a vigilante. Berry Gelden rushes into the apartment and talks to Erik.
  • Hogarth looks at a picture of her and Kith Lyonne from college, and Jones barges into her office despite Char's protests. She asks if Gelden could get immunity for testifying against Sallinger. Jones tells Hogarth that she was the one who found the bodies in the train yard, and Hogarth says that the maximum a good lawyer could do is get Gelden a year in prison. Char apologizes for Jones entering the office, and Hogarth has Char look into the bodies.
  • Berry Gelden walks in on Malcolm Ducasse lifting weights, and they talk about Ducasse's frustration with not knowing what's wrong with him. The two start to have sex, when Okonjo calls Ducasse, but he ignores it.
  • Jones returns to her apartment and tells Erik Gelden and Walker that unless Gelden testifies, Sallinger would walk. Gelden refuses, since his powers would hurt him too much. Jones allows him to make the choice, despite Walker's insistence. Walker leaves, and Jones and Gelden talk about Jone's heroism. They lay in bed together and Gelden talks about the way Sallinger talked about wanting to bring pain to power.
    • Al Capone - January 17th, 1899
    • Capone getting sentenced to prison, a fine, and court charges - October 24th, 1931


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  • Frank Castle and Curtis Hoyle break into Jake Nelson's apartment in the hope of finding Billy Russo. Hoyle finds Nelson's drugs.[44][57]
  • Russo's crew practice for their planned robbery. Bobby comes to them and confirms that their schedule is unchanged.[44][57]
  • The group practice with the addition of Bobby, preparing for what could happen if someone tries to stop them in the bank.[44][57]
  • Russo goes over the plan one last time, then tells the crew to get some sleep. Nelson wants to go back home, where it is warmer, but Russo refuses to let him, saying they need to stay overnight for operation security.[44][57]
  • Castle and Hoyle sit together in a car outside Nelson's apartment. Hoyle encourages Castle to settle down, and Castle tells him he nearly did after meeting Beth Quinn, but how it all went wrong. Hoyle says that he thinks he has an idea of where Nelson is getting his drugs.[44][57]

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  • Craving drugs, Jake Nelson sneaks out of the building.[44][57]
  • Marion James meets with Dinah Madani. James says that she understands Madani's frustration regarding Russo's escape. Madani explains about Castle returning, and James recommends letting Castle kill Russo, but Madani says that she feels like that is still taking action, just letting someone else pull the trigger. James advises that sometimes, taking no action is the least worst option.[44][57]
  • Kidnapping of Jake Nelson:
    • Curtis Hoyle stops Nelson on his way to get drugs, and Frank Castle knocks him out.[44][57]
    • Nelson wakes, tied by Castle to a chair in his apartment. Castle starts questioning him about Billy Russo, but Nelson is resistant and refuses to give him up. Dinah Madani, also present with Hoyle, tells him that if Russo commits any more crimes he will legally become an accessory. Nelson tries to act tough, so Castle sets him loose to prove himself, only to beat Nelson and stab him in the hand. He questions him again, hurting him increasingly in the need for information, but Madani eventually tells him to stop and to come outside to talk. Hoyle tells Nelson that they just need to know where Russo is.[44][57]
    • Castle tells Madani he is happy for her to turn a blind eye, but she says that she feels they are going to end up acting no better than Russo and William Rawlins.[44][57]
    • Hoyle takes the knife out of Nelson's hand and explains what Russo did to Castle and his family, trying to convince Nelson to give Russo up before Castle can brutalize him further.[44][57]
    • Castle reenters, threatening to stab Nelson further, but Nelson gives in and tells them the group will be hitting ReadyQuick Check Cashing, and the location of the warehouse where they have been staying.[44][57]
  • Castle and Hoyle go to drive to the bank, but Madani says she cannot participate any longer and feels she must let Brett Mahoney know so he can deal with Russo. Castle tells her to simply do what she feels she needs to.[44][57]
  • Russo's crew sit around, waiting for Nelson. Meanwhile, Castle and Hoyle pull up near the warehouse, hoping to catch the crew before they leave. Russo tells his crew to give up on Nelson. Outside, Castle cocks his gun, preparing for an encounter. Russo reshuffles the team's positions. Castle and Hoyle close in on the warehouse. The crew get into their cars and start driving out, just as Castle and Hoyle arrive on the scene, moments too late. They rush back to the car to get to the bank.[44][57]
  • Robbery of the ReadyQuick Check Cashing:
    • ReadyQuick Check Cashing receives its weekly Friday money drop. Moments later, Russo's crew pull up and enter the bank, holding the workers at gunpoint.[44][57]
    • Russo addresses the manager, Lillian, telling her to open the safe and hand over the money. She bravely stands up to him, refusing to hand over the money as the bank was a family business that her father worked very hard to build, regardless of the fact that the money is insured.[44][57]
    • Russo pulls out a grenade and threatens to throw it at the workers behind the desk. Lillian points out that it will not fit through the hatch, so Russo turns his gun on her. She still refuses to give over the money, but another worker, Anton Reed, rushes and lets Russo's crew in, seemingly in fear for their lives.[44][57]
    • Russo's crew raid the bank and tie the workers' hands. He tells Reed to come with him.[44][57]
    • Castle and Hoyle pull up near the bank. Castle tells Hoyle to stay put so he does not end up hurt because of being unable to run due to his bad leg. He then gets out to deal with Russo.[44][57]
    • Russo's crew raid the bank and tie the workers' hands. He tells Reed to come with him.[44][57]
  • Chase of Jigsaw's Crew:
    • Castle and Hoyle pull up near the bank. Castle tells Hoyle to stay put so he does not end up hurt because of being unable to run due to his bad leg. He then gets out to deal with Russo.[44][57]
    • Russo's crew leave the bank and see a man wearing Nelson's mask arriving. They believe it to be Nelson, but once he is closer, Castle pulls off the mask and reveals himself to Russo, unbuttoning his jacket to show the Punisher vest. Russo is left shocked as a firefight begins around him, stunned that the man he thought was his close friend is the one who ruined his life and wants him dead.[44][57]
    • Castle ducks and dodges fire from Russo's crew. One of the crew gets Russo into a car to drive away, and Castle takes one of their cars for himself. Hoyle, nearby, notices the shooting as Castle drives after Russo.[44][57]
    • Billy Russo continues to be tormented by remembering that Frank Castle was the one who ruined his life.[44][58]
    • Castle is shot at as he continues to drive after Russo.[44][58]
    • Russo shouts for his men to stop the car as he prepares a gun.[44][58]
    • As a sniper continues to aim at Castle, Curtis Hoyle knocks him out from behind, then takes the gun and rushes to help.[44][58]
    • Russo gets out of his car and shoots at Castle as he drives at him. He asks if Castle was the one to ruin his face and memory, and Castle, getting out of the car, shouts that he did. Russo opens fire again in Castle's direction.[44][58]
    • Hoyle prepares a shot on Russo from a roof nearby, but the police, let by Brett Mahoney, arrive on the scene and Russo moves to fire on them, losing Hoyle his opportunity. He leaves the roof.[44][58]
    • A shootout begins between the police and Russo. Russo continues to shoot after Castle, but Castle runs away from the scene, leaving Russo with the police.[44][58]
    • Russo shoots at the police, until his crew get him into a car and drive away.[44][58]
    • Castle sprints down the street.[44][58]
    • Castle pushes people out of the way as he runs, with Mahoney chasing him. Mahoney corners him in an alley and forces him to give himself up. However, Curtis Hoyle gets into the alley and holds a gun to Mahoney, telling him he has to give up Castle. Castle tells Mahoney he is coming after the wrong man and punches him to daze him as he escapes.[44][58]
  • Russo's crew get back to their warehouse, where Bobby frees Anton Reed, who had been their man on the inside for the job. Reed says he deserves more than an even share. Bobby angrily tells Russo he nearly ruined the job, but Russo shoots him and Reed through the head.[44][58]
  • Curtis Hoyle tells Castle he is worried about having held a gun to a police officer. Castle reminds him he told him to stay in the car, but Hoyle says that he cares about him, and felt the need to take out the sniper. Castle tells Hoyle that Russo was shocked when Castle drew on him, genuinely not remembering what he did, and that for a moment it had made him hesitate as he remembered what Russo used to be like.[44][58]
  • Krista Dumont has another knock on her door, and finds Billy Russo, once again pleading to come in. He says he has nowhere else, but she closes the door on him. However, after a moment's consideration, she decides to open it and let him in again. Russo, distraught, tells her that the man in his nightmares was Frank Castle all along, and that he does not know why Castle, his best friend, would have done what he did. He tells Dumont she is the only one who can help him.[44][58]
  • Amy Bendix practices loading a shotgun and keeps herself occupied in her and Castle's trailer.[44][58]
  • Curtis Hoyle receives texts from his girlfriend, Delia, angry with him as she has worked out he has been lying about what he has been doing.[44][58]
  • Castle hides and listens as Mahoney and the police investigate Russo's warehouse. Mahoney checks the bodies of Reed, whom he still believes was a hostage, and Bobby.[44][58]
  • Castle returns to Hoyle and tells him about Russo killing the apparent hostage. Hoyle is frustrated that he missed his chance to shoot Russo, and more people have died because of it, as well as his problem with Delia. He angrily says that they served their time and should have been able to put this life behind them.[44][58]
  • Castle and Hoyle return to the trailer park, and Bendix decides she wants to practice the disarming move Castle taught her. She attempts it on him as he enters, but he becomes furious, already on-edge because of Russo, and shouting that he could have accidentally killed her. Hoyle tries to calm him down, but Castle says that they need to remember they are not playing games. He leaves the trailer again, wanting to hunt Russo down, and Hoyle follows him. Bendix slumps on the trailer floor, upset by her mistake.[44][58]
  • Mahoney visits Dinah Madani in her apartment and explains that they have discovered the apparent hostage might have been an inside man. He asks why she tipped him off about the robbery, and if she knew about Castle, and she explains that Castle told her about it, and she told him not to go, unsuccessfully. Mahoney comments that Castle could have killed him, but Madani explains that Castle would not shoot an officer, which Mahoney does not believe. He says that she needs to give up Castle, since she seems to be able to contact him, or else he will arrest her, and leaves.[44][58]
  • Krista Dumont tells Billy Russo that what has been done to him was awful, and Frank Castle must have wanted him to suffer for the rest of his life. She assures him that learning the truth behind what happened will help him will help, as he can now confront his pain. He asks why she let him in, and she says that likes that together, they look forwards in life.[44][58]
  • Castle beats Jake Nelson for more information on where Russo might be, but Hoyle pulls him off Nelson, saying he is acting like Russo.[44][58]
  • Castle goes walking through New York City as a thunderstorm erupts, needing to let off some of his anger.[44][58]
  • Russo wakes Dumont and angrily accuses her of having known about Castle and not told him. He furiously starts wrecking her house and scares her. He grabs her and holds her up to her window, telling her he wants to make her feel the way he has been made to feel. She, however, that she has love for him, thinking he can change, and would never lie to him or betray him. He lets her down and she asserts that this version of him is in fact better than before, as he is still standing after losing so much. Russo starts crying and lets her embrace him.[44][58]
  • Bendix is cooking in the trailer when she hears someone coming. She prepares the shotgun, thinking it might be an attacker since if it were Castle he would have announced himself. The shot misses the visitor, Curtis Hoyle, who calls out that it is him, and is bemused to find out Castle instructed her to shoot anyone who arrived without announcement. She lets him in and offers food.[44][58]
  • Russo meets with his crew and gives them their share of the money, but says that they are capable of much more. He suggests that they form a brotherhood to pull off many more attacks and take full control of their lives.[44][58]
  • Hoyle assures Bendix that, while Castle can be horrible, he was only angry because he cared about her. He talks about how he met Castle, and when Bendix asks if Russo was one of the people behind Castle's family's deaths, Hoyle confirms it, explaining how Russo had been like family to them and so had utterly betrayed Castle. There is a knock at the door, which worries the pair, but it is Dinah Madani. She tells Bendix that she met the mysterious man after her, but could not charge him with anything to arrest him. Hoyle asks how she found them, and she explains she tracked his phone, so Bendix melts his SIM card as Madani tells Hoyle that Mahoney wants to find the man who held a gun to him, whom she worked out was Hoyle, and that they need to get Russo for Mahoney and hand over Castle, then Hoyle might be cleared. Hoyle says he does not know where Castle is.[44][58]
  • Castle walks through the cemetery where his family were buried. Meanwhile, in the trailer, Bendix complains about Castle's actions. In the cemetery, Castle visits his family's joint grave. In the trailer, Bendix tells Hoyle and Madani she just wants her old life back. Castle mourns his family, while in the trailer, Madani and Hoyle drink to him. Castle reflects, and Hoyle meanwhile asks Madani if she will give Castle up. She is unsure.[44][58]
  • Castle kneels at the grave, before sitting, mellowed and somber.[44][58]

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  • Frank Castle returns to the trailer park and sees Dinah Madani inside, asleep. When he enters, Amy Bendix warns him about Madani wanting to sell him out, but he says not to worry. He explains that the visited his wife's grave, and that he has come to realize that his family's deaths did not change him - he has always been like this, and Maria knew but loved him anyway. He says that the people coming for them have no regard for the law, but asks that Madani, Bendix, and Curtis Hoyle let him be what he is meant to be to stop them.[44][59]
  • Billy Russo and Krista Dumont continue a masochistic sexual relationship.[44][59]
  • Dumont, lying in bed with Russo, says that their relationship cannot last forever, but that they should nonetheless make plans, to give the money he is raiding purpose. He agrees, but says she needs to let him deal with Castle first. She tells him not to let Castle define him, but he insists he has to know why Castle wants him dead.[44][59]
  • Raid of the Lower East Side Housing Project: Billy Russo's crew raid a Lower East Side housing project, killing four people and wounding a further three, then stealing around $500,000 in cash, drugs and weapons - their third attack in 24 hours.[44][59]
  • The crew return to their hideout, named Valhalla, and drop off their haul.[44][59]
  • In the night, Russo's crew party at Valhalla, with women present. One man, Moke, makes unwanted sexual advances on a woman named Lanie. When she turns him down, he becomes forceful, but Russo notices and shouts at him to stop.[44][59]

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  • John Pilgrim meets with Anderson Schultz, who is practicing golf. Explaining that he is worried about Castle being taken in by police, he tells Pilgrim to visit his old contacts in the city and put a bounty on Castle's head. Pilgrim says he would rather deal with Castle himself, but Schultz states that they cannot take the risk, and claims to want the job dealt with fast so Pilgrim can return to his wife and children.[44][59]
  • Amy Bendix and Curtis Hoyle listen in on Russo's crew's radio communications and mark their movements on a map. They call Castle to let him know the latest location.[44][59]
  • Castle arrives at the given location and finds three of Russo's crew, including Moke. When they attack, he kills them all. He then takes Moke's smartphone and uses Moke's thumb to unlock it, finding a picture of Lanie in her Tipsy Tilly's Bar top.[44][59]
  • Anderson Schultz, and his son, David, meet. Anderson expresses his opinion that David's homosexuality equates to blasphemy, and that it would sink his career. David suggests that people have changed, but Anderson asserts that they have not enough. David is angry that his father only cares about campaigns rather than his son's well-being, but Anderson says that that is unimportant, since they have an opportunity to improve the country for the better. He asks David to come home for a couple of weeks to sort some things, but David does not understand what is so important.[44][59]
  • Pilgrim visits Danny, a young member of the Aryan Brotherhood, asking him to put out a call for Castle and the mysterious girl to be taken to him alive. Once Pilgrim has left, Danny calls Kusack, having recognized Pilgrim from years prior, to tell him about the visit.[44][59]
  • Amy Bendix and Curtis Hoyle talk in the trailer. Bendix tells him she always wanted to get into marine salvage, though that she cannot swim and has never seen the ocean. Hoyle is frustrated that Castle has not even called them, and decides that he cannot let down his veteran support group and has to leave her to see them. Bendix is annoyed, wanting to leave herself, but he instructs her to stay put.[44][59]
  • As soon as Hoyle is gone, Bendix decides to leave and meet with her contact Shantel to get out of New York City.[44][59]
  • Billy Russo breaks into Dinah Madani's apartment and looks around, finding his journal in her drawers.[44][59]
  • Castle visits Tipsy Tilly's Bar, where he finds Lanie, recognizing her from Moke's photograph. He questions her about the hideout, and she explains that a colleague, Tony, knew some of the crew, so she went along thinking it might be fun, but that it was horrible, and the men are off the rails. Lanie tells him it is a place called Valhalla in Queens, then giving him a rough location.[44][59]
  • Attack on Frank Castle: As Castle leaves the bar, he is followed by six men into an alley. Castle dodges them, then confronts them himself, wearing the Punisher vest. The leader of the men says they are after $5,000,000, explaining about the bounty on his and the girl's heads. The leader draws his gun, but Castle pulls his fast and shoots all six. He approaches the wounded leader, threatening him by shooting him again in the leg and standing on his chest, and tells him to talk.[44][59]
  • Dinah Madani returns to her apartment and starts pouring herself a drink. Russo suddenly reveals his presence. Seeing him unmasked, she comments on her disappointment that they fixed his face well. He says that he has read in his file that she arrested him, he shot her, and that they were "together" before, not remembering the events. Russo asks why she hates him so much, saying he has come for answers. Madani goes to retrieve her backup gun, but Russo reveals he has already found and taken it. He demands to know why Castle ruined his life, and Madani tells him that he sold out everyone and everything and had Castle's family killed. She tells him to shoot himself, but Russo taunts her about clearly being unable to get over how badly he upset her. he leaves, telling her not to follow or else he will have her killed.[44][59]
  • Amy Bendix meets with Shantel. She tells her about Fiona's crew being killed and pays to get her in contact with someone who can help her disappear.[44][59]
  • Curtis Hoyle's veteran group visit him, with him having summoned them. They express their distaste at his treatment of Jake Nelson, but Hoyle explains that Nelson was working with Billy Russo, and he wants their help finding Russo's crew. The group agree.[44][59]
  • Frank Castle gets back to the trailer and finds it empty. He calls Hoyle, who explains he has gone to get help finding Russo, but Castle tells him he has already found out their location. Castle asks if Bendix is with him, but Hoyle says she is not, and Castle becomes worried, telling him about the contract on their heads.[44][59]
  • After ignoring his calls several times, Amy Bendix eventually picks up a call from Frank Castle. He warns her about the contract and begs her to come back to the trailer for safety, advising her not to trust her friend.[44][59]
  • Hank Pym takes Janet van Dyne to a beach. He reveals to her that he shrunk their house down and has taken it with them, regrowing it on the sand for a relaxing and comfortable time together.[56][46]
  • Back at Krista Dumont's apartment, Russo tells Dumont what he has learned about what happened with Castle, admitting that he went to see Madani. He says that Castle should have had the dignity to finish him off, and that he wants to make Castle suffer the way he made him suffer.[44][59]
  • John Pilgrim gets a call from Danny, saying he has got in contact with someone who knows where Castle and the girl are, and to come to his restaurant for the information.[44][59]
  • One of Hoyle's veteran friends pretends to be a drunk, homeless man, so as not to arouse suspicion, as he walks up to Valhalla to spy for Hoyle.[44][59]
  • Madani receives a call from Dumont.[44][59]
  • Bendix becomes worried and texts Castle her current location. Castle receives and reads the message.[44][59]
  • Rescue of Amy Bendix:
    • Bounty hunters arrive at Shantel's block, and Shantel takes them to get Bendix, but they find Bendix gone.[44][59]
    • Bendix, meanwhile, runs through the block, trying to find an unlocked door to hide behind.[44][59]
    • The crew disperse to find Bendix, who continues to run elsewhere in the block to find somewhere to hide. However, Castle arrives, in the Punisher vest once more, and starts eliminating the men as he makes his way up the stairs.[44][59]
    • One of the bounty hunters finds Bendix hiding in a closet and makes her come out. Castle shoots the men on the stairs as he ascends to get to her. He calls up to her, and her captor responds, threatening to kill her if Castle comes near. In his distraction, however, Bendix uses the technique Castle taught her to disarm him and shoot him. Castle arrives and she is distressed at having fatally wounded him, but Castle kills him to help lessen her feeling of responsibility and assures her that the man does not deserve her tears.[44][59]
    • Castle and Bendix return to Shantel's apartment. Bendix retrieves her bag and kicks Shantel in her crotch in retaliation for what she did, before leaving.[44][59]
  • Madani visits Krista Dumont in her apartment, on Dumont's request. Dumont claims to be worried Russo will come after her for answers. Madani says not to worry, since Russo has come after her and got her answers, regarding Castle. Madani offers to open a bottle of wine, and Madani agrees.[44][59][60]
  • Pilgrim turns up to Danny's restaurant, who reveals that he has in fact had him come to meet with the Aryan Brotherhood, Kusack, who wants answers as to why "Robbie", as Pilgrim had been known before changing his identity, lost them a million dollars 12 years prior - having disappeared during his mission. Pilgrim explains about having been arrested and then met by a man sent by God who showed him a new path. Kusack rolls up his sleeves and, as members of the brotherhood enter, says that it is time for him to pay the price of betrayal.[44][59]
  • Returning to the trailer park together, Bendix talks to Castle about her struggle with having shot her captor, but he reminds her that it was necessary to stay alive. He promises to deal with the Schultzes as soon as he has killed Russo. She asks what might happen if Russo kills him, but he assures her that will not happen. She calls the whole messy situation a "flustercluck", which makes Castle laugh.[44][59]

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  • Krista Dumont pours Dinah Madani a drink, and Madani starts to tell her about her feeling of ineffectiveness. Dumont encourages her to talk more about it, and Madani mentions that she wishes her or Castle, whom she admits was there at the carousel, had killed Billy Russo. Madani starts to explain that Castle and Russo are strongly linked.[44][60]
  • Attack on John Pilgrim:
    • Kusack's men attack John Pilgrim. He fights back, headbutting one in the mouth, lodging two of his teeth in his head. He is sliced across his torso, but manages to slice one attacker's throat then stab another. He is punched in the jaw, dislocating it, and the attacker continues to pummel him, but Pilgrim managed to slam his neck on a table, steal his knuckledusters, and kick his head repeatedly.[44][60]
    • His men all down, Kusack returns to kill Pilgrim himself. Pilgrim, however, overpowers him. He throws him to the ground and beats his face, using the stolen knuckledusters, until he is dead. Danny tries to run, but Pilgrim shoots him down. He reclaims his hat and takes a drink, then cocaine from one of the men's pockets.[44][60]
  • Madani says it is not logical to think Russo can still be helped, but Dumont says humans work on emotion, not logic. She starts to say that Castle and Russo are not so different, both killing mercilessly, but Madani insists Castle has a code, only killing guilty people. Dumont objects to the idea of objective innocence and guilt.[44][60]

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  • Pilgrim, bloodied, sits in his hotel room and drinks, then takes cocaine. He removes the teeth embedded in his scalp, rips his shirt to use as a bandage, and replaces his dislocated jaw.[44][60]
  • Frank Castle scouts out Valhalla and spots a secret tunnel entrance.[44][60]
  • John Pilgrim ignores a call coming to his room. He is angered by partying noise in a nearby room, and gets up and goes down the hall, knocking on the door. A man, Bob Wick, answers, spending time taking drugs with prostitutes. Pilgrim raises a gun to his head and enters.[44][60]
  • Curtis Hoyle calls into work claiming to be sick as he and Frank Castle set up on a roof near Valhalla. Hoyle tells Castle about the Hashashin and how they gave their members what they wanted, making themselves the only ones offering it to induce loyalty. He compares it to what Russo is doing, saying they will not be happy when he attacks, but Castle says that in the end, Russo will be alone as always.[44][60]
  • After killing Wick, Pilgrim has one of the prostitutes perform oral sex on him, breaking his devout orthodox religious beliefs, as he hysterically rambles about breaking from a brotherhood and finding his own nature, as well as his feeling of shame. The phone continues to ring in his room as he thinks of Rebecca and how unfaithful he is being, deciding to kick out the prostitute.[44][60]
  • Frank Castle and Curtis Hoyle stand on the roof near Valhalla in the rain. Hoyle spies on the hideout through the sights of a sniper rifle. Unknown to them, Billy Russo is watching them from a nearby roof.[44][60]
  • Castle tells Hoyle that he never wanted him involved in everything, but he is highly grateful for everything he has done. He talks about how he misses the brotherhood of the army, and starts to say that he should have spotted what Russo was like. Hoyle tells him that he would not have been able to stop him, so he should not beat himself up. Castle, however, wonders if he is just like Russo, praising Hoyle for being a healer rather than a killer. Hoyle assures him, however, that they are nothing alike, since Castle actually cares about people. Castle admits that he thinks a lot about the people he killed.[44][60]
  • As they continue to spy, the pair see cars arrive with women for a Valhalla party.[44][60]

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  • Castle is surrounded by the masked men.[44][60]
  • Castle is beaten, and dazzled as the men turn on lights.[44][60]

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Astronaut Illusion

The astronaut illusion attacks S.H.I.E.L.D.

  • Leo Fitz is busy working, desperate to find a way to compress gravitonium so as to close the Fear Dimension for good. He and Jemma Simmons discuss what their wishes would be if the dimension were for wishes instead, and Simmons mentions potentially having a honeymoon. The astronaut manifestation suddenly attacks and kills an agent helping them, before Simmons shoots it and it reduces to wisps of smoke.[48][61]
  • Yo-Yo Rodriguez tests the new robotic arms that Alphonso Mackenzie and Leo Fitz have worked on for her. She is desperate to get fighting again, but Mackenzie tells her that it will take time, but in the meantime, the team will protect her.[48][61]
  • Fitz tries to ask Deke Shaw about gravitonium but he is distant, thinking about Fitz and Simmons being his grandparents. When they get his attention, he explains that he does not now much about the material. Fitz and Simmons leave to look for Franklin Hall's notes for further insight, and Daisy Johnson gets a location on General Hale's phone, believing her to have slipped up.[48][61]
Hale Unconscious

Hale is incapacitated by S.H.I.E.L.D.

  • Capture of Hale: Hale is driving when suddenly her car hits an invisible ramp. The car drives unwittingly into a cloaked Zephyr One, and the agents throw a gas canister into the vehicle to render her unconscious. Phil Coulson thanks Piper for her help in giving them Hale's phone number, saying it can be the first step for her redemption.[48][61]
  • Deke Shaw finds Fitz and tries to help him, but is suddenly knocked out by the man, who is not Fitz as they know him, but the Doctor from the Framework.[48][61]
  • Coulson interrogates Hale, and she says that she is trying to prevent human extinction.[48][61]
  • Fitz returns to the control room having not found any physical notes from Dr. Hall. He asks Johnson if she found any digital copies, but she has not, and he becomes anxious, frustrated, and stressed. The monitor then shows two cameras suddenly go out downstairs and Johnson leaves to check the floor herself.[48][61]
  • Fitz desperately tries to work out what to do, but is interrupted by the Doctor. Fitz is terrified to see him, believing him to be a manifestation from the Fear Dimension.[48][61]
  • Yo-Yo Rodriguez tells Alphonso Mackenzie that she wants to help, but Mackenzie insists on just moving her hospital bed to a safer floor. Before they can act, what appears to be one of Hale's Sleeper Mechs enters with a gun.[48][61]
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The "Doctor" taunts Leo Fitz

  • Fitz struggles as the Doctor taunts him, saying that he is here to do what Fitz is not willing to and that plans are already in motion. Fitz hears a gunshot and Simmons calling him and leaves to check on her.[48][61]
  • Hale tells Coulson that she is willing to make the tough decisions to save the world, and invites him to come with her to see what they are up against, but he refuses. Hale reveals that she let them track her and is in control of her situation.[48][61]
  • Piper tells Melinda May that they cannot move the Sleeper Mech that was serving as Hale's driver, as it is too heavy, almost like a statue. May goes to the car, realizing who it is, and calls the driver out as Carl Creel, asking him to get out. Creel reveals that he has bombs strapped to him, and they need to listen to Hale or else he will detonate.[48][61]
  • A jet sent by Hale docks on Zephyr One, and Piper apologizes to May and Coulson for leading them into another trap, but Coulson says it is his fault this time. The jet opens and Coulson is surprised when he is met by Anton Ivanov.[48][61]
  • Fitz arrives downstairs and asks Simmons, Mackenzie, and Rodriguez about the Sleeper Mech who attacked. The trio explain that when they took it down it did not disappear, not being a manifestation but in fact a real reactivated android. Fitz panics, saying that the Doctor must have sent it.[48][61]
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Ivanov walks out onto Zephyr One

  • Ivanov tells Coulson that in his new android body, he has strength he never had before. He explains that if Creel detonates the bombs, he and Ivanov will survive, but the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents will all be killed.[48][61]
  • Fitz, Simmons, Mackenzie, and Rodriguez realize that since the Doctor was in charge of Inhuman experimentation in the Framework, he will be after Daisy Johnson. Fitz leaves to find her.[48][61]
  • Johnson takes a look at the cameras but finds nothing wrong. While distracted, she is attacked by one of the Doctor's Sleeper Mechs and knocked out.[48][61]
  • Phil Coulson and Melinda May are taken before Hale, Creel, and Ivanov. They explain that Ivanov was behind Glenn Talbot being shot, not Daisy Johnson, but Hale says that they have proof Ivanov was programmed by S.H.I.E.L.D. originally. She says Coulson has to come with her to prevent harm to the agents. Coulson agrees, to May's dismay, and she tries to convince him not to go. Coulson insists nonetheless.[48][61]
Daisy Captures by the Doctor

The "Doctor" prepares Quake for surgery

  • Daisy Johnson wakes and finds herself pinned down to an operating table. The Doctor greets her and tells her to get comfortable as he begins a surgery to remove her inhibitor, explaining that he wants to restore her powers.[48][61]
  • Coulson gets into Hale's jet and she launches it. He mocks Ivanov, telling him he knows that Ivanov is now a subordinate of Hale and not the powerful leader he likes to think he is.[48][61]
  • Johnson pleads with the Doctor not to operate, desperate not to regain her powers in case it causes the destruction of the Earth. Leo Fitz interrupts, telling the Doctor to stop.[48][61]
  • Alphonso Mackenzie stands guard for Yo-Yo Rodriguez. She tells him not to worry since she is safe, because they know she lives past 2018 from having spoken to her 2091 self. Mackenzie points out that they are trying to prevent that future and hoping it is not cemented, so she might still die, but Rodriguez comments that if she does, then at least that would mean they have broken the time loop. Jemma Simmons gets back to them, but is concerned when she finds that Fitz and Johnson have returned. She leaves to find them.[48][61]
Simmons TooRiskyOperation

Simmons confronts Fitz

  • The Doctor tells Fitz he is removing Johnson's inhibitor, and Fitz is horrified. The two Fitzes argue, and Daisy Johnson becomes confused. Simmons enters and suddenly Fitz stops seeing the Doctor, and does not understand, but Simmons explains to him what she has worked out: the Doctor was never there. He was not an anomaly from the Fear Dimension, but a result of a psychic split Fitz is experiencing following his time in the Framework, with the Doctor personality taking control over the day and having got Fitz to separate Johnson from the others.[48][61]
  • Upset, Fitz begins to slip back into his dangerous Doctor mindset, and says that this personality simply has the will to do what Fitz does not: to risk Johnson's paralysis and the destruction of the Earth in order to restore Johnson's powers so she can compress the gravitonium and they can close the rift that endangers the planet. He refuses to deactivate the Sleeper Mechs that arrive and hold Simmons, as well as the now-arriving Deke Shaw, at bay, and removes the inhibitor. Johnson mutters that she will never forgive him.[48][61]
  • Fitz gives instructions to Daisy Johnson, having her use her powers to compress the gravitonium into the device he has made, then dropping it into the rift and closing it for good.[48][61]
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Quake uses her powers to compress the gravitonium

  • As soon as the rift is closed, the Sleeper Mechs power down and Fitz surrenders himself.[48][61]
  • Jemma Simmons visits Leo Fitz outside his cell in the Lighthouse and tries to reassure him that it was not him, but Fitz is not convinced, explaining that while he feels bad about it, even in his right mind he does not regret what he did, believing it to have been the best option. Simmons is saddened by his words, and the couple admit that they do not know what comes next for their relationship.[48][61]
  • Deke Shaw goes to see Simmons and comforts her. As they talk, he reveals to her that he knows about their relationship and that it persists, because it is the relationship his mother would tell him about when she discussed her parents - because Fitz and Simmons are his grandparents. Overwhelmed by the revelations and emotions of the day, Simmons vomits.[48][61]
  • General Hale uses the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device to visit Qovas. She tells him that her plan to get him gravitonium is nearly complete. Qovas is skeptical and gives her a vial of odium, saying that if she fails, she should die in a blaze of vicious glory, but she promises to succeed. the meeting concludes with Qovas telling her, "Hail HYDRA".[48][61]
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Hale suggests S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA unite

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  • Coulson wakes in the academy and, as with Glenn Talbot 6 months prior, finds cereal and is approached by Ruby Hale, only for her to ignore him. Unlike Talbot, however, he is unfazed.[48][62]
  • General Hale approaches Coulson in his room and tells him that Ruby is her daughter.[48][62]
  • Just like with Talbot, Hale takes Coulson to see the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device. She sets the longitude, latitude, and altitude destination and forces him to touch it as they are teleported to see Qovas.[48][62]
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Hale brings Phil Coulson to meet Qovas

  • Coulson meets Qovas, and the alien explains to him that he is helping humanity survive an oncoming alien threat, for a small price.[48][62]
  • Hale and Coulson return to the academy and she explains that Qovas' deal is in return for gravitonium and Inhumans, and that this is why she needs his help. Hale says, however, that she wished to change the deal with the Confederacy.[48][62]
  • As they walk through the academy, General Hale reveals to Phil Coulson that they are working on a project initiated by Daniel Whitehall, and Coulson reveals that he was the one to kill him. Hale explains that the project is intended to create not just a super soldier like Captain America, but someone of immense power, and that Ruby was created to be the subject of the project. However, she says that Ruby is too emotionally volatile, and that she believes Daisy Johnson is a better fit. Hale tells him that the project is called "Project Destroyer of Worlds", and suddenly Coulson panics, realizing this is the origin of Johnson's nickname in the future, and thus the beginning of the events leading to the destruction of the planet.[48][62]
  • Desperate to do anything he can to stop Hale's plans, Coulson confesses the truth of where he and his team were for the 7 months in which they were missing, telling her about going to the future and what he saw. Hale believes his story to be ludicrous and locks him back up in his room.[48][62]
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Hale has Phil Coulson taken away for torture

  • Ruby Hale visits Coulson in his room and asks how, if the "Destroyer of Worlds" caused the planet to fall apart, she fails in the future. Coulson explains to her that she, in fact, was not the Destroyer of Worlds, and Hale surmises that it is in fact Daisy Johnson. She asks where Johnson is, wanting to take her out, but Coulson says he will not talk. Hale shows him what happened to the last person who said that - bringing out Glenn Talbot, who is haggard and exhausted, broken by Hale's six months of torture.[48][62]

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  • Daisy Johnson and Melinda May realize through General Hale's connections that she works for HYDRA. May realizes that with Leo Fitz still struggling with his HYDRA persona, they can ask him how Hale might think.[48][62]
  • May visits Fitz and asks for his help, explaining that she wants him to embrace the HYDRA side.[48][62]
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Mackenzie and Simmons affix Rodriguez's new robotic arms

  • Alphonso Mackenzie and Jemma Simmons operate on Yo-Yo Rodriguez to affix her new robotic arms. He tries to comfort Simmons, saying that he knows through having been changed by the Framework himself that at Fitz's heart is his good self. The arms begin to work, and Mackenzie informs Simmons of Rodriguez's assertion that she cannot be killed, which interests Simmons.[48][62]
  • Fitz tells May that he believes Hale is building a weapon, but that to work out why she needs Coulson, he will need resources and access outside of his cell. Johnson bursts in and says that this is not an option as he cannot be trusted. May tells Johnson to remember that he is on their side, but Johnson says not to defend him. Fitz states that he cannot apologize because in doing what he did, he saved the lives of the town of River's End, as well as potentially many more if the rift had continued to grow. She says that they do not turn on each other, but Fitz points out that she has done it herself. Johnson storms out, saying that they will find another way.[48][62]
  • Johnson tells May that she is flying to take Robin Hinton out of hiding so she can ask the girl what she knows.[48][62]
Fitz Learns Truth About Deke

Fitz discovers Deke Shaw is his grandson

  • Jemma Simmons enters Leo Fitz's cell and hands him his multipurpose tool, as well as an almost identical, but older-looking one. She explains that the older one is from Deke Shaw, who got it from his grandfather: Fitz. Fitz is not pleased to find out that Shaw, whom he finds irritating, is his grandson, but Simmons reminds him that this means they have to live into the future, and are thus invincible.[48][62]

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  • Phil Coulson sits in isolation without food or a bed to sleep in. Hale hopes it will make him more ready to give them information.[48][63]
  • Having obtained gravitonium, Hale offers Carl Creel the chance to experience the new material. Ruby Hale suggests that they offer Coulson something in exchange for help learning about how gravitonium works, but her mother says that they tried already and now they just need to torture him.[48][63]
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Creel prepares to touch the gravitonium

  • Creel touches the gravitonium, but is suddenly yanked in by it and thrust into the air. He tells Hale that he believes the material is in some way alive.[48][63]
  • Alphonso Mackenzie visits Yo-Yo Rodriguez, who is testing out her new robotic arms on a punching bag. He advises that she take care with the new arms and in general, considering her gung-ho attitude.[48][63]
  • Leo Fitz takes another look at Deke Shaw now that he knows he is his grandson, and is vocal in how he is disappointed that of all the people in 2091, Shaw had to be his descendant. Shaw admits that Fitz's actions with closing the rift made him respect him more, as it reminded him of the tough decisions he and others had to make in 2091 to survive.[48][63]
  • Jemma Simmons asks Shaw how much he knows about her and Fitz's lives, and he tells her that he knows they survive to live in the Lighthouse. Now knowing that, like Rodriguez, she and Fitz cannot be killed, she asks him to not say any more about her future.[48][63]
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Simmons talks to Johnson and May

  • Simmons tries to convince Daisy Johnson to let Fitz help because his aid can be much more clear and immediate, but she refuses. She says that Zephyr One is leaving to pick up Robin Hinton and that Mackenzie is under orders to keep Fitz locked up. Simmons leaves and Johnson tells Melinda May that once they find Phil Coulson, she will relinquish her new leadership position.[48][63]
  • Simmons questions Yo-Yo Rodriguez about her feeling that she cannot die. Rodriguez worries Simmons is doubting her but Simmons explains that she agrees with her and informs her about Shaw being her and Fitz's grandson and thus the proof that they also survive. With Johnson not listening, she decides that they must get Fitz out themselves to start acting, saying that while Alphonso Mackenzie is the only person with control over Fitz's cell door, she knows how to get around him.[48][63]
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Hale visits Creel

  • General Hale visits Carl Creel in his room. Creel explains that since touching the gravitonium, he has felt that he is going mad with voices in his head. She says that they will be conducting another test soon, and it is his decision whether he continues with their plan or not.[48][63]
  • Zephyr One lands at the Retreat, where the Hintons have been staying, and Polly and Robin are brought aboard. Polly explains that Robin has not been doing well for a couple of weeks.[48][63]
  • Ruby Hale visits Werner von Strucker and pressures him for results, wanting to make sure she enters the Particle Infusion Chamber before Daisy Johnson can. He tells her he is close.[48][63]
  • Daisy Johnson tries to talk to Robin Hinton and reassures her about how sometimes it takes time to get used to powers, but that she will eventually. Hinton, however, is unresponsive.[48][63]
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Yo-Yo Rodriguez talks to Mackenzie

  • Yo-Yo Rodriguez asks Alphonso Mackenzie to release Fitz, but he refuses, saying to ask Coulson when he gets back, but Rodriguez says this is too late. When she continues to suggest that she is happy to act recklessly, Mackenzie becomes frustrated with her, and asks if she has perhaps considered that the only reason she survives is because he is advising caution right now.[48][63]
  • Carl Creel hears the voices in his head talking about Coulson, and decides to leave to find him.[48][63]
  • Creel attacks Coulson, saying that the voices in his head want him dead, but Coulson informs him of what Hale has done to Glenn Talbot. Creel is not sure who to believe, but when Coulson's Sleeper Mech guard returns, he is forced to make a decision, and snaps its head off, telling Coulson that he will trust him for now, but kill him if he is lying.[48][63]
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Robin hugs Melinda May, calling her her mother

  • Polly Hinton gives Daisy Johnson Robin's last drawing - one of her own death - and wonders what it could mean. Johnson lies and says she is not sure. Robin, meanwhile, gets up and walks over to Melinda May, calling her "mom". She hugs her and proudly says that she told her Flint would get her back home. Polly is left hurt by her daughter ignoring her.[48][63]
  • Creel and Coulson find Glenn Talbot, who is still muttering to himself and slightly mad. They convince him to come with them, and Coulson asks him to quieten down.[48][63]
  • Liberation of Leo Fitz:
    • Jemma Simmons tells him that of the four beakers, three contain water while one contains a phosphoric acid compound, and that she will drink a random three to prove her invincibility, as despite the odds, all three will be water because she cannot be killed. Simmons drinks the first and second beakers, both water. Mackenzie threatens to shoot Simmons non-fatally to stop her from drinking more, but Simmons calls his bluff and drinks a third beaker. However, when she does, she collapses and starts writhing on the floor.[48][63]
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      Fitz rushes to Simmons

      Desperate to save his wife, Fitz begs to be released so he can help, and Mackenzie relents. However, as soon as Fitz is out, Rodriguez uses her super speed to push Mackenzie into the cell and lock it, and Simmons reveals that she was faking, having drank water again. Fitz is relieved, having not been warned about the stunt, but Simmons reveals that she was not entirely lying, having genuinely filled one beaker with acid.[48][63]
    • Rodriguez apologizes to Mackenzie and turns to pick up his gun. However, not in full control of her new arms, she accidentally pulls the trigger and fires a bullet. The group realize none of them have been hit and, believing that the hypothesis that they cannot be killed has been proved between the beaker test and the luck with the bullet, the trio prepare to set off.[48][63]
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May tries to get information from Robin Hinton

  • May talks to Robin Hinton and asks if the reason she stopped drawing was because of the sad things she was seeing. Hinton shrugs, but resumes drawing. She mentions that Coulson "can all put the pieces together", as she did in 2091, but that he will die, which May is sad to hear. She notices, however, that Hinton has drawn Coulson and Talbot standing together in front of a mountain range.[48][63]
  • Deke Shaw rambles to Daisy Johnson about ow hard it has been for him adjusting to living in a different time period, but she ignores him. May hands her the drawing and they scan it, cross-referencing the scan with a terrain map and finding a match to the shape of the drawn mountains.[48][63]
  • As Coulson, Creel, and Talbot make their way to escape, Creel begins to go mad with the incessant voices he hears. Talbot's struggle to stay quiet leads to a Sleeper Mech hearing them.[48][63]
  • An alarm is set off in the HYDRA Preparatory Academy alerting General Hale to the trio's escape. She finds Ruby and sends her after them, saying they need Creel alive.[48][63]
  • Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, and Yo-Yo Rodriguez board a Quinjet and head for the closest of three locations given to Hale by General Fischer where they believe she could be hiding a weapon.[48][63]
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Creel and Talbot after reviving Coulson

  • As the alarm sounds throughout the academy, Coulson, Creel, and Talbot are attacked by Sleeper Mechs. When Coulson is punched in the chest, his weakened heart stops. Creel touches one of the deactivated Sleeper Mechs, turning himself to metal and conducting its electricity to jumpstart Coulson's heart, reviving him.[48][63]
  • Ruby Hale arrives with more Sleeper Mechs and they pursue the trio as they run to make an escape.[48][63]
  • Melinda May and Polly Hinton talk about Robin. Polly admits that she has noticed she is not in Robin's drawings of the future, so knows she will likely die soon, but May assures her that will not happen. Robin spots calls to her mother to come and sit with her, and Polly is pleased that her daughter still wants to call her "mommy" despite ignoring her earlier.[48][63]
  • Escape from the HYDRA Preparatory Academy:
    • Coulson, Talbot, and Creel believe they are trapped, but Coulson has an idea. He takes Talbot with him as Creel stays behind to fight and buy them time.[48][63]
    • Phil Coulson shows Glenn Talbot the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device, and sets a random location on Earth. They teleport away to safety.[48][63]
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      Ruby Hale prepares to attack Creel

      Creel is met by Ruby Hale and fights her. She throws a ring blade at him and he uses the stick he is carrying to turn his chest to wood, allowing it to lodge in the material rather than kill him. Her mother enters and sends Ruby after Coulson and Talbot.[48][63]
  • Coulson and Talbot arrive at the random location: a snowy environment in the South Jasper Ranges - the same mountains Robin Hinton drew for Melinda May.[48][63]
  • Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, and Yo-Yo Rodriguez arrive in Herefordshire, England - the first of three potential locations for Hale's weapon, and the most likely according to Fitz due to hints from Gideon Malick. The trio skydive to the ground, leaving the autopilot to park the Quinjet nearby and cloak it.[48][64]
  • Glenn Talbot tells Phil Coulson that he feels like he let people down, as they walk through the snow to find somewhere warm.[48][64]
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Ruby Hale chases Phil Coulson and Glenn Talbot

  • Ruby Hale finds the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device and activates it, teleporting herself to the two men's location. She starts to follow their footprints left in the snow.[48][64]
  • The team on Zephyr One, led by Daisy Johnson, decide to land near the location of Robin Hinton's drawing so they can search for Coulson.[48][64]
  • Ruby Hale catches up with the men and throws a ring blade, missing, but having it return to her immediately. Before she can attack further, Agent Johnson arrives and quakes Hale aside. Coulson is concerned about her having her powers back, but relieved for the rescue, and Melinda May helps him and Talbot back to the plane.[48][64]
  • Ruby Hale expresses her excitement to be meeting Quake, but says that while she has a fascination with Johnson, she does not want to be her, she wants to beat her. They engage in a fight and Deke Shaw, despite being told to leave, lingers in case Johnson needs help. Ruby manages to cut Johnson, but she quakes the young girl away again. However, General Hale arrives on the scene and opens fire, and Shaw is shot.[48][64]
DekeIsHelped

Deke Shaw is helped by the S.H.I.E.L.D. team

  • Johnson gets Shaw back to the plane and they take off. Coulson helps her administer emergency first aid to Shaw to keep him alive until they can get him proper medical help back at the Lighthouse.[48][64]
  • Piper goes to deliver Leo Fitz a meal in his cell, only to find Alphonso Mackenzie. He gives her the code to let him out and tells her what happened.[48][64]
  • Fitz, Simmons, and Rodriguez approach the compound in Herefordshire. Rodriguez worries about potential radiation, but Fitz confirms there is no radiation danger, and they advance.[48][64]
  • Johnson scolds Shaw for being reckless, but he starts coughing blood and the team rush to get him help as they land back at the Lighthouse.[48][64]
  • The team wheel Shaw to be operated, and Piper agrees to use her medical training to help, with Mackenzie offering to operate by her instructions due to his stead hand.[48][64]
  • Back at the HYDRA Preparatory Academy, General Hale reprimands Ruby for disobeying her orders in nearly killing Carl Creel as well as for failing in her mission. She locks her in her room, considering her a liability.[48][64]
S05E17 The Honeymoon Yoyo Fitz Jemma

The trio of agents in England

  • The trio in England move in on the base. Fitz reads an encrypted radio signal and realizes there are vehicles incoming. They hide as trucks arrive with Sleeper Mechs, and notice that they are led by Anton Ivanov.[48][64]
  • Piper and Mackenzie work to save Shaw. Coulson and Talbot watch on, and Coulson tells him what his team encountered in the future, as well as the fact that he will die soon. Talbot is disappointed that Coulson does not have good news, so Coulson reassures him that they are trying their best to cause a better future.[48][64]
  • Melinda May takes Phil Coulson aside and angrily asks why he handed himself over so readily, saying that he is giving up too easily. Coulson objects, but May says that he is not the only person affected by his death, as the people who love him also should be involved in his decision-making. She admits that she is one of them - that she loves him, which leaves him speechless, then leaves.[48][64]
RubyVisitedByStrucker

Ruby Hale is visited by Werner von Strucker

  • Werner von Strucker finds Ruby Hale's room and remembers seeing someone unlock it before, replicating the code to get in. He tells her he has finally worked out his father's work on the Particle Infusion Chamber and that they should escape so as to use it.[48][64]
  • Infiltration into the HYDRA Herefordshire Facility: The England trio enter the compound and follow the signals of the Sleeper Mechs. They overhear Ivanov, down the corridor, calling General Hale to say that the chamber is ready. Leo Fitz detonates remote explosions nearby to lure Ivanov and the androids away, and the trio enter the corridor Ivanov was guarding, finding a secret entrance to a laboratory. Inside, Fitz finds the Particle Infusion Chamber.[48][64]
  • Candice Lee asks Hale if Ivanov can be trusted. She says that their interests align, since Ivanov wants to enter the chamber and she wants to know what it will do to him.[48][64]
  • Hale notices Ruby's unlocked room and enters, surprised to find her daughter still inside. Ruby starts to cry, telling her mother that she has tried to do everything she ever asked of her but feels it is impossible. General Hale hugs her, upset by her words, and Ruby says that she is her one weakness. However, she then adds that she knows she is also her mother's weakness, revealing that she has tricked her. She flips her mother over and knocks her down, locking the door behind her as she escapes.[48][64]
  • Strucker shoots two of Hale's men, then tells the others to prepare the gravitonium for transport. Ruby Hale catches up with him and tells him they are free and clear.[48][64]
Talbot-Quake

Talbot talks to Daisy Johnson

  • Daisy Johnson visits Glenn Talbot, who is momentarily alarmed, remembering how he was shot by someone who looked like her. He comes to his senses, recalling that it was not actually her, and she asks him if he wants anything. Talbot says he wants to contact his wife and son, but Johnson believes this too risky. He becomes upset and frustrated, saying that he abandoned his family and is desperate to talk to them, and Johnson says that she might be able to find a secure channel. She asks him to tell her everything he remembers about Hale.[48][64]
  • Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons look at the technology in the laboratory. Yo-Yo Rodriguez reveals what she learned from her 2091 self: that trying to save Coulson is what leads to the end of the world, and they need to let him die. Before they can discuss it further, the door begins to rattle as the Sleeper Mechs return. They make a plan to open the door momentarily as Rodriguez uses her super speed to take the androids out, but when they try, Rodriguez finds herself incapable of action and screams in pain.[48][64]
MackPiperHelpingDeke

Mackenzie and Piper operate on Deke Shaw

  • Piper discuss Alphonso Mackenzie's concerns about Rodriguez with him as they operate on Deke Shaw. Shaw suddenly starts bleeding from an artery, but the two together manage to staunch the bleeding, before sewing it up.[48][64]
  • Yo-Yo Rodriguez explains that when she ran, her arms malfunctioned and felt like they were being ripped off, and Fitz tells her they are not calibrated for such speed, with Simmons realizing the electrical signals are overloading her nervous system. The group prepare cover for the Sleeper Mechs' inevitable break-in and say they will draw the soldiers away from the exits as Rodriguez makes her way to the Quinjet to call for backup. The androids break in and start shooting, and Rodriguez snakes around them while they are occupied, escaping. Simmons tells Fitz that she is happy that their honeymoon involves protecting England rather than just a holiday, and they leave their cover to fire back, but Simmons' gun jams and they find themselves running low on ammunition.[48][64]
  • As Rodriguez tries to leave, she comes across Anton Ivanov.[48][64]
  • Simmons asks Fitz for a reminder that time cannot be changed so she can feel safe as they are being fired at. However, when he starts to recount the theory, she realizes that it is in fact not helping.[48][64]
Superior-Death-Blood

Anton Ivanov is killed by Yo-Yo Rodriguez

  • Ivanov attacks Rodriguez and insists that he no longer feels pain. However, Rodriguez manages to push him through a window, killing him.[48][64]
  • Simultaneously, inside the building, the Sleeper Mechs deactivate.[48][64]
  • Rodriguez realizes that Ivanov was controlling all the androids, so in killing him, she took them all out.[48][64]
  • Deke Shaw wakes, delirious from painkillers. With no self-control, he blabs about how he fancies Daisy Johnson and wants to kiss her. Mackenzie puts him back to sleep just as Johnson enters and lets them know that they have found a signal from Hale's androids.[48][64]
  • Leo Fitz concludes that they are safe, since whatever caused the mechs to fail, they are now deactivated. However, Ruby Hale and Werner von Strucker then enter, threatening them with a gun. Von Strucker realizes that they have destroyed a component for the chamber and need it repaired, so Hale threatens to slice Jemma Simmons' throat with her ring blade unless they fix it. Fitz reluctantly agrees.[48][64]
  • Daisy Johnson informs Talbot that she has found a way to get him a line to talk to his family very briefly. He calls and his wife, Carla, picks up. However, unbeknown to him, Candice Lee has found her and forces her to read the set of conditioning words from a card to her husband. Due to Hale having conditioned him during the 6 months she had him in prison, the words trigger him to comply to HYDRA's will.[48][64]
  • With his HYDRA conditioning activated, Glenn Talbot mutters to himself confusedly that he has to complete his programmed mission.[48][65]
  • Talbot goes to disable security feeds, thus allowing him to roam the Lighthouse without hindrance. Alphonso Mackenzie catches him and questions what he is doing, but Talbot explains that he is simply confused from his 6 months imprisoned by Hale, and Mackenzie shows him sympathy, letting him go.[48][65]
  • Capture of Trish Walker.[66]
  • Scott Lang spends another weekend with his daughter, Cassie. Hope van Dyne joins them and the trio get into one of Hank Pym's shrinking cars, shrinking it so they can use a laptop as if, relative to them, it were the size of a cinema screen. They watch Them!, and Cassie tells van Dyne she wants to be her father's partner, but explains that he wanted to work with her instead, which makes van Dyne smile. A moth flies onto the laptop screen and Scott turns on the car headlights to scare it away, but instead accidentally attracts it to the vehicle, causing the moth to bother them as they laugh together.[56][46]
Agents of Shield 5x18 2nd sequence

Ruby Hale frees Jemma Simmons

  • Ruby Hale continues to threaten Jemma Simmons' life to motivate Leo Fitz, having spent several hours working on fixing the Particle Infusion Chamber, but not yet sorted the problem. Fitz is stressed, worried for Simmons and yet wanting to stall the chamber's completion. He requests that Hale let Simmons go, stating that he needs her help. Releasing Simmons, Hale admires their relationship, and Fitz responds to remind her that everyone she loves will die if they go ahead with making her the Destroyer of Worlds. Hale shows little care for this, remarking that there are not many people left who she cares about. Werner von Strucker returns to the room, having found Anton Ivanov's dead body, which gives Fitz and Simmons some hope that Yo-Yo Rodriguez escaped. They tell Hale that the remainder of the process will take some time, but Hale simply threatens that if they do not hurry, she will begin to dismember them, like she did to Rodriguez.[48][65]

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  • Having stumbled through the night in agony from her uncalibrated prosthetic arms, Rodriguez finally reaches the Quinjet as morning arrives in Herefordshire. She stumbles on-board for protection from the Sleeper Mechs hunting her.[48][65]
  • Phil Coulson tries to talk to Melinda May about her confession of love for him the day before, but she rejects the conversation, walking away.[48][65]
  • Daisy Johnson tells the agents the plan to fly to General Hale's base in the Appalachian Mountains. Coulson praises her leadership in his absence.[48][65]
  • Candice Lee informs General Hale that Ivanov is dead. When Hale asks if Carl Creel's state has improved, Lee informs her that in actuality, Creel has worsened significantly.[48][65]
  • With morning arriving at the Appalachian Mountain base, Hale goes to see Creel and finds him losing control, unable to deal with the arguing of Franklin Hall and Ian Quinn's consciousnesses within the gravitonium he absorbed. Creel goes so far as to use his abilities to turn his skin into cement then proceed to bang his head against the wall, hoping to rid himself of the voices.[48][65]
  • Coulson and Mackenzie talk with Deke Shaw. Mackenzie mentions that Shaw admitted his feelings for Johnson the night before when on painkillers. When Shaw denies these feelings, Coulson adds that Shaw has made it all-too-obvious, and they are all aware. Shaw asks for advice in showing his feelings, but both agents point out their current relationship issues. He then decides his best option is "lemons", confusing the agents. Seeing this, he explains how, in the future, people would leave lemons on the bed of the person they fancy to express their feelings. Asking if this is something people also did in 2018, the other two lie, saying it is, looking forward to seeing his actions.[48][65]
  • Talbot enters Robin Hinton's empty room, looking to examine her drawings for HYDRA while under conditioning. He finds the drawings and begins to look through.[48][65]
  • Attack on the HYDRA Preparatory Academy:
    • Johnson and May enter a Containment Module as the Zephyr One passes over the Appalachian Mountains. They have Agent Thomas fire a missile down to the HYDRA Preparatory Academy as their Containment Module is jettisoned. Moments after the missile blows a hole in the base's ceiling, the Module lowers through the hole and into the building.[48][65]
    • As May and Johnson go to accost General Hale, they are surprised when Hale hands herself over. At first, they do not trust Hale's willingness, but Hale explains that she wants to go with them to save Ruby, scared that her daughter will make a reckless decision.[48][65]
  • Meanwhile, in England, Ruby Hale and Werner von Strucker continue to threaten Fitz and Simmons to hurry with fixing the Particle Infusion Chamber.[48][65]
  • A Sleeper Mech finds Yo-Yo Rodriguez in the Quinjet. She shoots the android and continues to wait for her pain to subside.
  • Robin and Polly Hinton return to their room in the Lighthouse, and find Glenn Talbot looking through Robin's drawings.[48][65]
  • Daisy Johnson and Melinda May report back to Phil Coulson. They inform him of what has happened to Carl Creel, and their discovery that gravitonium not only absorbs physical bodies, but also people's consciousnesses.[48][65]
  • Realising he has to stop Polly Hinton from reporting his intrusion, Talbot panics and attacks her. He chokes Polly until she passes out, and tells Robin to come with him. Robin replies that she already saw this was going to happen.[48][65]
  • Johnson, May, and General Hale land in Herefordshire, England, to apprehend Ruby Hale and Werner von Strucker. General Hale asks Johnson to refrain from attacking her daughter if at all possible, and Johnson agrees. Despite this, Johnson takes the opportunity to criticize Hale's parenting, blaming her for the way Ruby turned out.[48][65]
  • Von Strucker tells Ruby Hale that a S.H.I.E.L.D. plane has just landed nearby. Hale goes to start dismembering Fitz and Simmons to hurry their final modifications, but Fitz quickly tells her that they have finished the machine, and she need not attack them. While they claim they have no way of transferring the gravitonium into the machine, von Strucker uses a tube and tap to move it over into the chamber.[48][65]
  • Deke Shaw goes to talk to Alphonso Mackenzie and Phil Coulson as they monitor the security feeds. As he arrives, they notice the security feed of the Hintons' room has been paused. Reactivating it, they see that the Hintons' door has been left open.[48][65]
  • Arriving at the Hintons' room, they find Polly Hinton on the floor. Coulson goes over to her and checks her breathing, finding that she is only unconscious. Mackenzie recalls his encounter with Glenn Talbot at the security feeds several hours prior, and realizes that Talbot must have paused the feed to allow him to go after Robin. Coulson also comes to the realization that this makes sense, with General Hale having had plenty of time during her 6 months with Talbot in her custody to have conditioned him.[48][65]
  • With S.H.I.E.L.D. moments away from stopping her, Ruby Hale hurries to enter the Particle Infusion Chamber and become the Destroyer of Worlds. She kisses von Strucker, the chamber closes, and the gravitonium-infusion begins. While happy at first, as the process continues, she begins to scream.[48][65]
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. and General Hale, now inside the HYDRA Herefordshire Facility, hear Ruby's screams, and Hale runs to get to her daughter before it is too late. She orders Leo Fitz to shut down the machine, and von Strucker lowers his gun, allowing Fitz to do so. The process is stopped at only 8% infusion, and the chamber opens. Ruby leaves the machine floating from the gravitonium in her body.[48][65]
  • Ruby Hale struggles to deal with the voices in her head from the gravitonium. Werner von Strucker crouches to comfort her, but without control over her powers, Hale accidentally uses the gravitonium to crush his skull, killing him. On seeing what she has done, she begins to further lose control.[48][65]
  • Coulson and Mackenzie find Talbot at the Lighthouse's hangar door, with Robin Hinton by his side. They confront him, and Talbot becomes confused, trying to distinguish between his actual thoughts and conditioning. Deciding he is unsafe, he holds his gun to his head, considering killing himself and ending the threat he poses.[48][65]
  • Ruby Hale continues to struggle with the voices, but Daisy Johnson begins to talk to her. She is kind and encouraging, trying to tell Hale that it is alright to not be comfortable with her powers yet.[48][65]
  • Melinda May arrives at the building as Yo-Yo Rodriguez also returns from the Quinjet. When Rodriguez sees May and hears the screams, she asks what is happening, but May simply replies that Johnson is handling the situation.[48][65]
  • Talbot tells Mackenzie and Coulson that he cannot trust his thoughts. While he holds the gun to his head, Mackenzie ushers Robin Hinton away from Talbot and to safety. Coulson resorts to using Talbot's trigger words to attempt to control him. Talbot manages to resist, so Coulson changes the orders to be more in line with HYDRA's motivations; he asks Talbot to turn the gun on him. As he does so, Mackenzie returns with an I.C.E.R. to quickly incapacitate Talbot, ending the risk.[48][65]
  • Ruby Hale begins to user her powers to crush Daisy Johnson. As she struggles to breathe, General Hale gets involved. Ruby tells her mother that she has always felt inadequate, and that she made her feel like she was a disappointment. General Hale is saddened to hear this, telling her daughter that all she ever wanted was for Ruby to meet her full potential.[48][65]
  • Just as Ruby Hale is beginning to calm down, Elena Rodriguez enters the room. She exclaims as she recognizes Hale as the person who sliced off her arms, and hearing this, Hale slips back into a distressed, frenzied, and dangerous state.[48][65]
  • Seeing the potential outcome of Ruby Hale losing control and becoming the Destroyer of Worlds, Rodriguez makes a quick decision. Using her super-speed, she runs and steals Ruby's Ring Blades, using them to then slice the teenager's throat and kill her. Returning to her position, everyone is left in shock as Ruby suddenly falls, her neck bleeding as she dies quickly.[48][65]
  • Ruby Hale's dead body begins to rise into the air as the gravitonium inside tries to escape its host. The substance is then expelled from her in a burst of energy that knocks everyone in the vicinity to the ground.[48][65]
  • Simmons, Fitz, and May arrive as Johnson and Rodriguez get back up. They find that in the aftermath of the blast, General Hale managed to escape. When Simmons asks what happened to Ruby, Johnson angrily says that she had the situation under control before Rodriguez killed her, but Rodriguez claims her actions have just saved the world.[48][65]

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  • General Hale uses the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device to visit Qovas. She tells him that S.H.I.E.L.D. still have the gravitonium he wants, but that she can tell him where they are hiding. He asks if she wants them to be killed, and, mourning for Ruby, she says that she now has no reason to stop him.[48][65]

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  • Groot is now approaching the maturity and attitude of a human teenager, as he continues to grow up.[67][48][68]
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Groot in his adolescence

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Danny Rand Instagram Account
  2. It is stated in Speak of the Devil, The Path of the Righteous, and The Devil You Know that Wilson Fisk was 12 when he killed his father. With the kill dated to November 6, 1973 (see 1970s references), he would have been born between November 7, 1960 and November 6, 1961. So, approximating using the midpoint, around May 1961.
  3. Using Meredith Salenger's age at the time of filming No Good Deed, working back from the setting, Lily Ellison would have been born around January 1970. However, using Chris Carfizzi's age at the time of filming No Good Deed, working back from the setting, Jason Ellison would have been born around April 1975. Jason says Mitchell and Lily Ellison renewed their wedding vows when he was 8, but, using these ages, Lily would have only been around 13. So, Lily Ellison must have been born earlier than January 1970, and Jason later than April 1975. Adjusting so that Lily was at least 18, it can be calculated that Lily was born around January 1968 and Jason late January 1977, with the vows renewed around January 28, 1986, just after Lily turned 18 and before Jason turned 9. The details of the calculation may be found here.
  4. James Hiroyuki Liao was approximately 41.8 at the time of filming The Fury of Iron Fist. Working back from the October 3, 2017 setting (see 2017 references), Albert would have been born around November 1975.
  5. Using Jay Ali's age at the time of filming Daredevil: Season 3, working back from the setting, Ray Nadeem would have been born around December 1980.
  6. Using Wilson Bethel's age at the time of filming Daredevil: Season 3, working back from the setting, Benjamin Poindexter would have been born around November 1983.
  7. Using Deborah Ann Woll's ages at the times of filming Daredevil: Seasons 1 and 2, The Defenders: Season 1, The Punisher: Season 1, Daredevil: Season 3, and The Punisher: Season 2 and working back from the settings, Karen Page would have been born around February 1985. This partially informs the dating of the flashback events of Karen to March 2004 (see 2000s references), with it said to be her gap year, but at the same time other evidence also places it in March 2004, thus suggesting Page graduated high school in Spring 2003, making her most likely born between September 1984 and August 1985, so also around early 1985. On Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #368: Karen Page's New York Bulletin Press Badge and News Agency Identification, it is shown that Page is supposed to be "31" (even though the ID says male, it is intended to be hers) during the main events of Daredevil: Season 2 in October-November 2015 (see 2015 references), so likely born around the first half of 1984. Overall, a calculation gives approximately October 1984 for Page's date of birth.
  8. In The Fury of Iron Fist, Albert says, "When I was 12 years old, I almost joined the Hatchets." With Albert's date of birth approximated to November 1975 (see 1970s references), specifically November 28, 1975, the middle of his time as a 12-year-old (as an approximation for this event) would have been roughly May 29, 1987.
  9. In Heart of the Dragon, the credits say the flashback Danny Rand and Davos are "13 year old Danny" and "13 year old Davos". Similarly, in A Duel of Iron, they are credited as "12 Year Old Danny" and "12 Year Old Davos". This means that Rand and Davos overlap in age. In The Fury of Iron Fist, Davos calls Rand "little brother", so he is older. With Rand born on April 1, 1991 (see other references), this means Davos was born between April 2, 1990 and April 1, 1991. With Sacha Dhawan's ages at the times of filming Iron Fist: Season 1 and Season 2, working back from the settings, his age would suggest Davos being born closer to 1983, so this would imply that Davos was born closer to April 2, 1990 than April 1, 1991. It can be calculated that he was born roughly around August 1990.
  10. 10.0 10.1 In The Perfect Game, flashbacks are shown of Benjamin Poindexter. Cameron Mann, who plays the youngest Poindexter, was born April 5, 2006, making him around 11.8 years old at the time of filming. With Poindexter's date of birth approximated to November 1983 (see 1980s references), it would make his scenes approximately August 1995. Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #327: Dr. Mercer's Empathy Notes on Young Benjamin 'Dex' Poindexter shows that Poindexter's first session was on March 20th. The closest March 20th, therefore, is March 20, 1995, placing those flashbacks in March 1995, and the following listed appointments from Lot #327 March-May 1995, with Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #376: Wilson Fisk's Files on Benjamin 'Dex' Poindexter listing appointments that can then be dated to October-December 1995.
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  12. 12.0 12.1 In Please, flashbacks are shown of young Matt Murdock, played by Skylar Gaertner as in Daredevil: Season 1. Gaertner was approximately 13.4 years old during filming for Please. With Murdock's date of birth approximated to early January 1985 (see 1980s references), this would then place the flashbacks around approximately mid-June 1998. However, Murdock says his "confirmation is in the spring", implying it is winter, and this matches the weather shown (with the scene filmed around December). It can be taken to be the same time of year as when the episode was filmed. With the episode filmed around December 4, 2017, it can be assumed it is approximately the closest December 4th to mid-June 1998: December 4, 1998.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Daredevil: 3.02: Please
  14. On Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #886: Mary Walker's Classified Papers, it says Walker "served 8 years in various locals" before being "captured and held in isolation". With Walker's capture dated to January 21, 2010 (see 2010 references), 8 years prior can be seen as exactly 8 years prior, approximately January 21, 2002, or more generally "2010 - 8 = 2002", so using mid-2002, July 2, 2002, as an approximation. Putting more weight in the specific than general, a weighted calculation gives the beginning of her service as approximately March 16, 2002.
  15. Daredevil: 3.05: The Perfect Game
  16. Based on Jessica Henwick's ages at the times of filming Iron Fist: Season 1, The Defenders: Season 1, Wig Out, and Iron Fist: Season 2, and working back from the respective settings, it can be calculated that Colleen Wing was born around approximately March 28, 1992. In War Without End, Wing recognizes a story her mother used to tell her before she moved to the U.S., so she must have been at least 3 years old at the time of moving country. Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #673: Chikara Dojo Bulletin Board indicates Wing was in New York teaching by at least January 19, 2014. Therefore, the window during which she must have moved is March 28, 1995-January 19, 2014. Approximating with the midpoint of this window, Wing can be estimated to have moved around August 23, 2004.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 In A Duel of Iron, Walker says she was freed after "22 months". On Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #886: Mary Walker's Classified Papers, it says Walker "served 8 years in various locals" before being "captured and held in isolation". Taking Alice Eve's age at the time of filming and working back from the setting, Mary Walker would have been born around September 1981. Given that she then could have joined the army no earlier than September 1998, the earliest she could have been kidnapped then would be January 1, 2006 (and calling it "8 years" in the general sense of "2006 - 1998 = 8") making the middle of her imprisonment roughly early December 2006 at the earliest. In Citadel on the Edge of Vengeance, it is said that Walker's escape was "years ago", making it roughly late 2015 at the latest, so the middle of her imprisonment roughly January 2015 at the latest. Using the mid-point of this window to approximate, the middle of her imprisonment can therefore be calculated to be roughly December 21, 2010, making her imprisonment roughly January 21, 2010-November 21, 2011. The specifics of the calculation can be found here.
  18. Iron Fist: 2.07: Morning of the Mindstorm
  19. Iron Fist: 2.10: A Duel of Iron
  20. Iron Fist: 2.08: Citadel on the Edge of Vengeance
  21. In No Good Deed, a couple state, on October 24, 2017 (see other references), that they booked their Presidential Hotel room "months ago". This could refer to any time from late 2016 to August 2017, but a calculation would suggest they booked around roughly March 26, 2017.
  22. In A New Napkin, Felix Manning states, on October 31, 2017 (see other references), that Fisk has been "planning the ceremony for months". This could refer to any time from late 2016 to early September 2017, but a calculation would suggest he began planning around roughly March 29, 2017.
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  24. 24.00 24.01 24.02 24.03 24.04 24.05 24.06 24.07 24.08 24.09 24.10 24.11 24.12 24.13 24.14 24.15 24.16 24.17 Iron Fist: 2.07: Morning of the Mindstorm
  25. In No Good Deed, Karen Page says, "A week ago, he tells his family that he regrets the sale and announces his intention to buy the hotel back," and Ellison responds, "And 2 days later, Kazemi gets attacked." This implies he was attacked 5 days ago, with Ellison knowing that the attack was 2 days after the event she was referring to just from it being said to be "a week ago". However, the attack is definitively only 2 days prior to the discussion, so it must be taken that Ellison in fact knows when Kazemi made this statement, to then know that it was 2 days before the attack - and Page is rounding up to "a week" from just 4 days.
  26. 26.00 26.01 26.02 26.03 26.04 26.05 26.06 26.07 26.08 26.09 26.10 26.11 26.12 26.13 26.14 26.15 26.16 26.17 26.18 26.19 26.20 26.21 26.22 26.23 26.24 26.25 26.26 26.27 26.28 26.29 Iron Fist: 2.10: A Duel of Iron
  27. 27.00 27.01 27.02 27.03 27.04 27.05 27.06 27.07 27.08 27.09 27.10 27.11 27.12 27.13 27.14 27.15 27.16 27.17 27.18 27.19 27.20 27.21 27.22 27.23 27.24 27.25 27.26 27.27 27.28 27.29 27.30 27.31 27.32 27.33 27.34 27.35 27.36 27.37 27.38 27.39 27.40 27.41 27.42 27.43 Daredevil: 3.06: The Devil You Know
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  30. In Rewind, Fitz has written a letter to the editor of the fictional fanzine Ballblaster Hooligan, for Liverpool fans, in which he refers to the manager having "arrived 3 years ago". In the real world, Jürgen Klopp took over in October 2015, which would suggest that this is now 2018. However, there is a wealth of evidence placing the end of Season 4 in May 2017, and this is less than 6 months (later in the episode it is said to have been 6 months) after. The episode Rewind itself confirms that the episode is set in 2017, cutting to "2091", "74 years later". It can be assumed that either they are referring to it being the 3rd soccer season since he took over or simply that the Liverpool managers were different/at different times in the MCU.
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  32. 32.00 32.01 32.02 32.03 32.04 32.05 32.06 32.07 32.08 32.09 32.10 32.11 32.12 32.13 32.14 32.15 32.16 32.17 32.18 32.19 32.20 32.21 32.22 32.23 32.24 32.25 Daredevil: 3.07: Aftermath
  33. 33.00 33.01 33.02 33.03 33.04 33.05 33.06 33.07 33.08 33.09 33.10 33.11 33.12 33.13 33.14 33.15 33.16 33.17 33.18 33.19 33.20 33.21 33.22 33.23 33.24 33.25 33.26 33.27 33.28 33.29 33.30 33.31 Daredevil: 3.08: Upstairs/Downstairs
  34. Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #371: 'The Bulletin Attack' New York Examiner Newspaper
  35. 35.00 35.01 35.02 35.03 35.04 35.05 35.06 35.07 35.08 35.09 35.10 35.11 35.12 35.13 35.14 35.15 35.16 35.17 35.18 35.19 35.20 35.21 35.22 35.23 35.24 35.25 35.26 35.27 35.28 35.29 35.30 35.31 35.32 35.33 35.34 Daredevil: 3.09: Revelations
  36. 36.00 36.01 36.02 36.03 36.04 36.05 36.06 36.07 36.08 36.09 36.10 36.11 36.12 36.13 36.14 36.15 Daredevil: 3.10: Karen
  37. 37.00 37.01 37.02 37.03 37.04 37.05 37.06 37.07 37.08 37.09 37.10 37.11 37.12 37.13 37.14 37.15 37.16 37.17 37.18 37.19 37.20 37.21 37.22 37.23 37.24 37.25 37.26 37.27 37.28 37.29 37.30 37.31 37.32 37.33 37.34 37.35 37.36 Daredevil: 3.11: Reunion
  38. 38.00 38.01 38.02 38.03 38.04 38.05 38.06 38.07 38.08 38.09 38.10 38.11 38.12 38.13 38.14 38.15 38.16 38.17 38.18 38.19 38.20 38.21 38.22 38.23 38.24 38.25 38.26 38.27 38.28 38.29 38.30 38.31 38.32 38.33 38.34 38.35 Daredevil: 3.12: One Last Shot
  39. 39.00 39.01 39.02 39.03 39.04 39.05 39.06 39.07 39.08 39.09 39.10 39.11 39.12 39.13 39.14 39.15 39.16 39.17 39.18 39.19 39.20 39.21 39.22 39.23 39.24 39.25 39.26 39.27 39.28 39.29 39.30 39.31 39.32 39.33 39.34 39.35 39.36 39.37 39.38 39.39 39.40 39.41 39.42 39.43 39.44 39.45 39.46 Daredevil: 3.13: A New Napkin
  40. The Punisher: 1.08: Cold Steel
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  42. 42.00 42.01 42.02 42.03 42.04 42.05 42.06 42.07 42.08 42.09 42.10 42.11 42.12 42.13 42.14 42.15 42.16 42.17 Jessica Jones: 3.02: AKA You're Welcome
  43. 43.00 43.01 43.02 43.03 43.04 43.05 43.06 43.07 43.08 43.09 43.10 43.11 43.12 43.13 43.14 43.15 43.16 43.17 43.18 43.19 Jessica Jones: 3.01: AKA The Perfect Burger
  44. 44.000 44.001 44.002 44.003 44.004 44.005 44.006 44.007 44.008 44.009 44.010 44.011 44.012 44.013 44.014 44.015 44.016 44.017 44.018 44.019 44.020 44.021 44.022 44.023 44.024 44.025 44.026 44.027 44.028 44.029 44.030 44.031 44.032 44.033 44.034 44.035 44.036 44.037 44.038 44.039 44.040 44.041 44.042 44.043 44.044 44.045 44.046 44.047 44.048 44.049 44.050 44.051 44.052 44.053 44.054 44.055 44.056 44.057 44.058 44.059 44.060 44.061 44.062 44.063 44.064 44.065 44.066 44.067 44.068 44.069 44.070 44.071 44.072 44.073 44.074 44.075 44.076 44.077 44.078 44.079 44.080 44.081 44.082 44.083 44.084 44.085 44.086 44.087 44.088 44.089 44.090 44.091 44.092 44.093 44.094 44.095 44.096 44.097 44.098 44.099 44.100 44.101 44.102 44.103 44.104 44.105 44.106 44.107 44.108 44.109 44.110 44.111 44.112 44.113 44.114 44.115 44.116 44.117 44.118 44.119 44.120 44.121 44.122 44.123 44.124 44.125 44.126 44.127 44.128 44.129 44.130 44.131 44.132 44.133 44.134 44.135 44.136 44.137 44.138 44.139 44.140 44.141 44.142 44.143 44.144 44.145 44.146 44.147 44.148 44.149 44.150 44.151 44.152 44.153 44.154 44.155 44.156 44.157 44.158 44.159 44.160 44.161 44.162 44.163 44.164 44.165 44.166 44.167 44.168 44.169 44.170 44.171 44.172 44.173 44.174 44.175 44.176 44.177 44.178 44.179 44.180 44.181 44.182 44.183 44.184 44.185 44.186 44.187 44.188 44.189 44.190 44.191 44.192 44.193 44.194 44.195 44.196 44.197 44.198 44.199 44.200 44.201 44.202 44.203 44.204 44.205 44.206 44.207 44.208 44.209 44.210 44.211 44.212 44.213 44.214 44.215 44.216 44.217 44.218 44.219 44.220 44.221 44.222 44.223 44.224 44.225 44.226 44.227 44.228 44.229 44.230 44.231 44.232 44.233 44.234 44.235 44.236 44.237 44.238 44.239 44.240 44.241 44.242 44.243 44.244 44.245 44.246 44.247 44.248 44.249 44.250 44.251 44.252 44.253 44.254 44.255 44.256 44.257 44.258 44.259 44.260 44.261 44.262 44.263 44.264 44.265 44.266 44.267 44.268 44.269 44.270 44.271 44.272 44.273 44.274 44.275 44.276 44.277 44.278 44.279 44.280 In Fight or Flight, Restless by Ryan Innes plays on the radio, indicating it is set after April 13, 2018, when the song was released. In One Bad Day, it is shown that events following the duel at the Central Park carousel in Memento Mori, dated to December 13, 2016, are "one year ago" (with Madani also saying this in the episode), suggesting late 2017, or, if the flashback scene is early January 2017, then early 2018. Then, during the robbery scene, a calendar is shown with days/dates and holidays aligning exactly with May 2018 (also fitting Restless). It is stated to be Friday, making it Friday 4th, 11th, 18th, or 25th, with the flashback presumably early January 2017. The current boxes and files employees are shown to be using are also shown to say "2018", further affirming the year. In My Brother's Keeper, a banner is up for an event on "APRIL 18-20", but can be assumed to have just been left up afterward. In Flustercluck, 2 days later, a phone calendar is shown saying it is the 13th, placing the robbery on Friday, May 11, 2018. The Abyss contains confirmation that it is after the events of A New Napkin, dated to November 2017 (see 2017 references). It also shows an ID valid "01/18"-"01/20", again further affirming that it is 2018, not 2017. It is also still sunny after 19:19, so between approximately March 18th and September 14th, fitting with the May setting. Brett Mahoney also says it is Tuesday, 2 days after the phone indicated it was the 13th, fitting with it being Tuesday, May 15, 2018. So, the season's main events can be placed from April 28 (27 including the flashbacks comprising the majority of Roadhouse Blues), 2018 to May 17, 2018.
    Jeph Loeb stated that all Marvel Television released between April 2018 and April 2019 is set before the Snap of Avengers: Infinity War (1, 2). The placement of The Punisher: Season 2 does end up contributing to the Snap being as late as its May 31, 2018 placement (see other references), but, simultaneously, an approximate May 31, 2018 placement for the Snap is suggested regardless, so the main events of The Punisher: Season 2 finishing by May 17, 2018 fit accordingly. The only issue is the "three months later" epilogue scene of The Whirlwind, which would occur in August 2018, after the Snap. However, this is not enough to contradict the clear April-May 2018 placement of the main events (nor push the Snap to August, with plenty of evidence placing it in the first half of 2018 - see other references). It must be assumed that Frank Castle and Dinah Madani survived the Snap. The scene itself provides no contradiction to the event of the Snap, and can comfortably be set after.
  45. 45.00 45.01 45.02 45.03 45.04 45.05 45.06 45.07 45.08 45.09 45.10 45.11 45.12 45.13 45.14 45.15 45.16 45.17 45.18 45.19 45.20 45.21 45.22 45.23 45.24 45.25 45.26 45.27 45.28 45.29 45.30 45.31 45.32 45.33 45.34 The Punisher: 2.01: Roadhouse Blues
  46. 46.000 46.001 46.002 46.003 46.004 46.005 46.006 46.007 46.008 46.009 46.010 46.011 46.012 46.013 46.014 46.015 46.016 46.017 46.018 46.019 46.020 46.021 46.022 46.023 46.024 46.025 46.026 46.027 46.028 46.029 46.030 46.031 46.032 46.033 46.034 46.035 46.036 46.037 46.038 46.039 46.040 46.041 46.042 46.043 46.044 46.045 46.046 46.047 46.048 46.049 46.050 46.051 46.052 46.053 46.054 46.055 46.056 46.057 46.058 46.059 46.060 46.061 46.062 46.063 46.064 46.065 46.066 46.067 46.068 46.069 46.070 46.071 46.072 46.073 46.074 46.075 46.076 46.077 46.078 46.079 46.080 46.081 46.082 46.083 46.084 46.085 46.086 46.087 46.088 46.089 46.090 46.091 46.092 46.093 46.094 46.095 46.096 46.097 46.098 46.099 46.100 46.101 46.102 46.103 46.104 46.105 46.106 46.107 46.108 46.109 46.110 46.111 46.112 46.113 46.114 46.115 46.116 46.117 46.118 46.119 Ant-Man and the Wasp
  47. 47.00 47.01 47.02 47.03 47.04 47.05 47.06 47.07 47.08 47.09 47.10 47.11 47.12 47.13 47.14 47.15 47.16 47.17 47.18 47.19 47.20 47.21 47.22 47.23 47.24 47.25 47.26 The Punisher: 2.02: Fight or Flight
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  49. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.04: Face My Enemy
  50. 50.00 50.01 50.02 50.03 50.04 50.05 50.06 50.07 50.08 50.09 50.10 50.11 50.12 50.13 50.14 50.15 50.16 50.17 50.18 50.19 50.20 50.21 50.22 50.23 50.24 50.25 50.26 50.27 50.28 50.29 The Punisher: 2.03: Trouble the Water
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  53. 53.00 53.01 53.02 53.03 53.04 53.05 53.06 53.07 53.08 53.09 53.10 53.11 53.12 53.13 53.14 53.15 53.16 53.17 53.18 53.19 53.20 53.21 53.22 53.23 The Punisher: 2.04: Scar Tissue
  54. 54.00 54.01 54.02 54.03 54.04 54.05 54.06 54.07 54.08 54.09 54.10 54.11 54.12 54.13 54.14 54.15 54.16 54.17 54.18 54.19 54.20 54.21 54.22 54.23 54.24 54.25 54.26 54.27 54.28 54.29 54.30 The Punisher: 2.05: One-Eyed Jacks
  55. 55.00 55.01 55.02 55.03 55.04 55.05 55.06 55.07 55.08 55.09 55.10 55.11 55.12 55.13 55.14 55.15 55.16 55.17 55.18 55.19 55.20 55.21 55.22 55.23 55.24 55.25 55.26 55.27 55.28 The Punisher: 2.06: Nakazat
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 In Ant-Man and the Wasp, a montage after Scott Lang is released from house arrest on May 2, 2018 (see other references) includes four scenes before the mid-credits scene set on May 31, 2018 (see other references). Firstly, Scott goes to Maggie Lang's house and hugs Cassie. While this can be interpreted as the first thing he does after release, he has changed clothes and asks Cassie "You ready?", implying he is picking her up. On Sunday, April 29, 2018, when Cassie says, "I had a fun weekend, Daddy," Scott replies, "Me too, Peanut. Just wait till next weekend." So, this should not be until the weekend after Scott's release, making it Saturday, May 5, 2018.
    Following this is Luis securing the Karapetyan deal. With news from the San Francisco chase playing and the group being busy receiving calls, it appears to be shortly after May 2, 2018. While the trio missed their Karapetyan meeting on May 2nd, Karapetyan would presumably not wait too long to get in contact. Since Kurt is arranging a meeting for "Monday", this would suggest it is not currently Sunday or Monday. Tuesday, May 8, 2018 is too far from the main events of the film, so the other option, to be taken, is Saturday, May 5, 2018, hours after Scott picks up Cassie. He is in the same clothes. Presumably she is just not with him at that moment.
    Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne then go to the beach, then Hope van Dyne sits with Scott and Cassie in a car to watch Them!. These can be distributed between May 5th and May 31st, making the Them! scene approximately May 22nd. However, this is not a weekend, and Scott seems to only have Cassie on weekends. The closest weekend day is May 20th. Then, placing the beach scene halfway between May 5th daytime and May 20th evening would put it around the morning of May 13th.
  57. 57.00 57.01 57.02 57.03 57.04 57.05 57.06 57.07 57.08 57.09 57.10 57.11 57.12 57.13 57.14 57.15 57.16 57.17 57.18 57.19 57.20 57.21 57.22 57.23 57.24 57.25 57.26 57.27 57.28 The Punisher: 2.07: One Bad Day
  58. 58.00 58.01 58.02 58.03 58.04 58.05 58.06 58.07 58.08 58.09 58.10 58.11 58.12 58.13 58.14 58.15 58.16 58.17 58.18 58.19 58.20 58.21 58.22 58.23 58.24 58.25 58.26 58.27 The Punisher: 2.08: My Brother's Keeper
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  61. 61.00 61.01 61.02 61.03 61.04 61.05 61.06 61.07 61.08 61.09 61.10 61.11 61.12 61.13 61.14 61.15 61.16 61.17 61.18 61.19 61.20 61.21 61.22 61.23 61.24 61.25 61.26 61.27 61.28 61.29 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.14: The Devil Complex
  62. 62.00 62.01 62.02 62.03 62.04 62.05 62.06 62.07 62.08 62.09 62.10 62.11 62.12 62.13 62.14 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.15: Rise and Shine
  63. 63.00 63.01 63.02 63.03 63.04 63.05 63.06 63.07 63.08 63.09 63.10 63.11 63.12 63.13 63.14 63.15 63.16 63.17 63.18 63.19 63.20 63.21 63.22 63.23 63.24 63.25 63.26 63.27 63.28 63.29 63.30 63.31 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.16: Inside Voices
  64. 64.00 64.01 64.02 64.03 64.04 64.05 64.06 64.07 64.08 64.09 64.10 64.11 64.12 64.13 64.14 64.15 64.16 64.17 64.18 64.19 64.20 64.21 64.22 64.23 64.24 64.25 64.26 64.27 64.28 64.29 64.30 64.31 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.17: The Honeymoon
  65. 65.00 65.01 65.02 65.03 65.04 65.05 65.06 65.07 65.08 65.09 65.10 65.11 65.12 65.13 65.14 65.15 65.16 65.17 65.18 65.19 65.20 65.21 65.22 65.23 65.24 65.25 65.26 65.27 65.28 65.29 65.30 65.31 65.32 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.18: All Roads Lead...
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  67. 67.0 67.1 James Gunn confirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Groot mid-credits scene is years after the film, shortly before Avengers: Infinity War. It has been placed 1 week before the start of Avengers: Infinity War.
  68. 68.0 68.1 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  69. In Avengers: Infinity War, Thor says on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 that Xandar was attacked "last week". The middle of the previous week would be Wednesday, 23, 2018.
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