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Kane's moves with the housing project escalate from a state of unrest to rioting and looting. As Chicago burns, Kane secretly seeks treatment at an alternative clinic where his past haunts ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mayor Tom Kane
Meredith Kane
Emma Kane
Ben Zajac
Kitty O'Neill
Sam Miller
Ian Todd
Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)
Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)
Mona Fredricks
Catherine Walsh
Governor McCall Cullen
Alderman Ross
Ronnie Moretti


Kane's moves with the housing project escalate from a state of unrest to rioting and looting. As Chicago burns, Kane secretly seeks treatment at an alternative clinic where his past haunts him. In Kane's absence, his wife, Meredith, steps into the mayoral role. Written by Anonymous

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21 September 2012 (USA)  »

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Boss Blackflash
22 September 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The question on everyone's mind is where did Tom go to at the end of last weeks episode. Ian is out looking for Tom and at the same time we see people from Chicago being forced to move from the flats. When the office of Mayor Chicago is forced to act without him we see how everyone seems to be moving to not the best places. Kane's wife rings Canada finding out that we know he is Canada trying to get his disease under control. In the doctors office we see some creepy images of Kane as he goes crazy in the doctors office hearing voices in his head looking back on everything he has done up to this point. Ian is starting to get suspicious of Kane's actions and I feel in upcoming episodes he will find out about all the secrets he is hiding from the public. Back to Kane and he has really hit the high point of crazy as he hears so much in his head. This episode I guess is going to feature a lot of blachflash's as he is reminded of what his life was like compared to how it is now. Meredith takes over with Tom gone as she knows the system and unlike Kane's political people she knows everything about him and hates him for it. Another flashback and Tom has a full head of hair and he seems to be more of sound mind but is still un-organized. With the Mayor out the Mrs. comes in to take charge.Back to a scene of protest while reporters are trying to ask questions but it still turns into fighting. Tom being gone is really messing up the town as he really was the only one able to run the town. Kane once again and it seems that these remedies are doing nothing as Kane seems to be getting worse but as the saying goes you have to get worse to get better. Emma seems to be my least favourite character and the way they write her is just horrible as the actress playing her is trying to hard with badly written boyfriend material. Just when Emma seemed to be having fun her mother the party popper almost ruined her moment. Kitty drunk with this reporter is a bad decision on her part as she could reveal some information that should stay unknown. More sex just proves to show Starz likes to show off. Meredith's excuses are coming back to be lies but she can still cover them showing why she is the perfect wife for him. While the city of Chicago goes through all this disaster Kane is trying to get better but it is scary to watch this man go though all of this and the town. This episode seems to be made to make the audience feel weird. Emma now has some legal problems. Mrs. Kane in charge is not really working out like she thought because she cannot do what her husband says. Great episode making me want to keep watching the show as I hated some of the early episodes. Grammar in less screen time was stunning and creepy all at the same time. Finally the show is returning to it's normal standard.

EPISODE GRADE: B+ (MVP: Connie Nielson)

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