October 18, 1864. Corcoran once again finds himself re-evaluating the decisions he's made about Annie. The arrival of a group of high society out-of-towners offers Robert Morehouse a unique business opportunity. As he explores the potential investment and its risks, he finds himself running interference on personal conflicts between those closest to him. Meanwhile, Detective O'Brien's spitfire of a wife, Sybil, demands that her husband uses his connections within the Sixth Precinct to verify the truth of a rumor that New York City is in danger. Written by
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In the opening scene, Corky and Mrs. Haverford share a yellow-labeled bottle of Veuve Cliquot champagne. The yellow label was not introduced until 1873. See more
Doctor Matthew Freeman
[Examining a liquid for Robert Morehouse
Greek fire. I've seen it a few times, but never enough to fill a jar like this. Some say Nero used it to burn Rome.
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