Despite Delaney's return to London setting tongues wagging, he enlists allies in his quest to reclaim his legacy, while an unexpected arrival at the reading of the will disrupts his plans and reveals the nature of his inheritance.
Strange orders James' death but James himself sets about re-establishing his father's trading company, approaching smuggler Atticus and his gang and escaping an attempt on his life, allegedly ordered by Helga, which she denies. Recalling the last moments of the sinking slave ship he seeks out the American Dr Dumbarton to arrange a meeting with the American president but is refused. He visits Mr Thoyt, who warns him about the East India's influence, to hear the public reading of his father Horace's will, paying off all his father's debts. A shock is in store in the arrival of actress Lorna Bow, who claims to have married Horace and there is another shock when he foils another would-be killer.Written by
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Episode ends to Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68, "The Pastoral": IV. Allegro See more »
Reference to the United States as the "free fifteen" is anachronistic. The show is set in 1812-13; already by 1803 there were 17 states (the original 13, plus Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio) See more »
The episode was great as the first one and I really loved how it ended but I wished for more this time. I am not saying I didn't enjoy , I did enjoy it, I am saying that it didn't add much to the first one. You will enjoy a small twist that I hope to be used well and a hell of great dialogue and awesome acting & costumes.
Tom Hard still amazing and he was a little bit bloody, sadistic & more psychopathic and we cannot forget Kristoffer Nyholm the main mind of this whole story and one of the new coming strong shows.
You will have a good time with the episode but don't hope for much.
My rating is 8.5/10
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