October 16, 1864. Corcoran and O'Brien are charged with solving a peculiar double murder. As the detectives weigh the evidence, affairs and deception come together in a surprising case of revenge gone wrong. Five Points gathers to watch the exhibition fight between Jasper Longfield and "Irish" Jake McGinnis. But as the boxing match continues, it becomes apparent that there is more riding on this fight than meets the eye. As racial tensions flare in the final moments, Robert Morehouse is forced to make a decision that will affect the security of Five Points and New York City at large. Rebellious Annie continues to terrorize an impatient Elizabeth. Desperate to reform the wayward child, Elizabeth feels she has only one option. Written by
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Corcoran and O'Brien is about to explain the solved murder of the dentist, but smugly insists that they have arrested nobody. Maguire says "The two of you're are grinning like a bunch of Cheshires". Thus referring to the fictional character in Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland". However, this book was not published until 1865. During the series' intro it is hinted that it is supposed to take place in the year 1864. See more
Detective Kevin Corcoran
Maybe you tired of his fooling around.
Those whores who'd let him put anything in their mouth to get their teeth tinkered with? God bless them for doing something I didn't have the stomach to do.
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