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Ep. 3.08, “Don’t You Leave Me Here”

Written by Tom Piazza (Teleplay), Eric Overmyer (Story)

Directed by Ernest Dickerson

Ep. 3.09, “Poor Man’s Paradise”

Written by George Pelecanos (Teleplay and Story), Jordan Hirsch (Story)

Directed by Roxann Dawson

Ep. 3.10, “Tipitina”

Written by David Simon (Teleplay and Story), Eric Overmyer (Teleplay), and Anthony Bourdain (Story)

Directed by Anthony Hemingway

After a strong showing all season, and a potentially series-best in episode 3.07, “Promised Land”, Treme finishes out season three in fine form, with continued focus on character, atmosphere, and the series’ ever-present themes of perseverance, artistic expression, and self-determination. The season’s final three episodes bring plot points aplenty, with Albert and Delmond’s withdrawal from the Jazz Center program, Sonny’s proposal and marriage to Linh, Annie and Davis’ breakup, and the highly anticipated trial of Ladonna’s attackers. It’s a mixed bag, to say the least, but each moment feels patiently earned and, »

- Kate Kulzick

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