UPDATE: 12th February - What happens when Quentin comes to the bar looking for Jason, find out in our exclusive sneak peek below!
Also, see below the preview for an exclusive new promotional photo, and for the missing words filled in on the teasers. Sound off below with your thoughts Fanshees, are you looking forward to the episode on Friday?
After deciding which direction their lives should take after their road trip Carrie and Hood are back in town this week, one attempting to build bridges with her family and the other trying to make up for the hurt that always seems to follow all those that are close to him. Neither will find their chosen task an easy one; this is Banshee after all, the town where everyone is economical about the truth at best and downright lies the rest of the time!
Just as Jason’s new identity is finalised and he is finally free to move on and start a new life for himself his past catches up with him in the shape of Quentin, a no nonsense, hard hitting Brit who’s not going to leave until he has what he’s come to town for. Once Lucas finally gets some resemblance of the truth out of Jason about what he is after he meets up with Quentin to strike a bargain. Welsh actor Andrew Howard is a fantastic guest star this week, bringing a Guy Ritchie feel to some of the fights scenes, and a real menacing, unstable edge in his dialogue with Starr.
It seems as if Deva is still not quite ready to forgive her mum, to her face anyway, as she warns her to stay away from her again this week, but her true feelings get the better of her later during a driving lesson…with dangerous consequences. Carrie may have more luck with Max when she makes one of scheduled visits to the family house, but with Brock still digging around for dirt on Hood and Gordon’s nightly addiction to the strip club, will she ever be able to fit back in where she longs to be.
Since Proctor brought Alex the peace offering in Bloodlines the two men have buried the hatchet, so to speak, but Kai being Kai wants more from the relationship and won’t be happy until the Longshadow is firmly in his pocket. With Nola gone, George Hunter is poised to strike leaving the hapless Alex has nowhere left to turn but to Proctor, much to his delight. This whole deal starts a chain reaction of events that ends with Rebecca learning a hard lesson in allegiance, and gives the audience a glimpse inside the very deranged mind of Clay, quite possibly one of the most disturbed characters on the show.
New Promotional Photo
Armies of One airs Friday February 14th at 10pm on Cinemax, below are some teasers to see you through until then. Don’t forget to come back and vote in our poll after the episode and let us know what you thought.
“Got rats in the basement, fumigated a few weeks ago, thought they were gone but turns out they only wanted me to think they were gone, so now I'm bringing out the big guns”
“Is it just me, or does it seem like every scumbag with an automatic weapon comes to Banshee to shoot you?”
“They’re never gonna forget about it, these guys have rules”
“When did you first figure out your father was a criminal?”
“I dunno if anyone ever changes really, but we can evolve, right? I mean, that’s what we’re trying to do isn't it, just become become better versions of ourselves?”
“Why is the casino so important to you? I mean you've got all these other businesses, it just seems like a lot of trouble”
“You shouldn't be smoking at a petrol station, safety first, fun later”
“Rabbit fucked you, he fucked you hard”
“They were talking shit about mum!”
“Oh, don’t thank me, after all we’re partners”