The Punisher (2017–2019)
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Nakazat 

Amy (formerly Rachel) develops photographs that point to a conspiracy. Russo reads his own report. Madani's story about Russo comes under fire.

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Jamie M. Dagg

Writers:

Gerry Conway (based on the Marvel comics by), John Romita Sr. (based on the Marvel comics by) (as John Romita) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Bernthal ... Frank Castle / Punisher
Ben Barnes ... Billy Russo
Amber Rose Revah ... Dinah Madani
Jason R. Moore ... Curtis Hoyle
Josh Stewart ... John Pilgrim
Floriana Lima ... Krista Dumont
Giorgia Whigham ... Amy Bendix
Royce Johnson ... Det. Sgt. Brett Mahoney
Jordan Dean ... Jake Nelson
Manny Ureña ... Jimbo (as Manny Urena)
Samuel María Gómez ... José (as Samuel Gomez)
Charles Brice ... Bobby
Dikran Tulaine ... Nikolai Poloznev
Daniel Frith Daniel Frith ... Clive (as Daniel Firth)
Tabitha Holbert ... Delia Robinson
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Amy (formerly Rachel) develops photographs that point to a conspiracy. Russo reads his own report. Madani's story about Russo comes under fire.

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Episode title "Nakazat" is Russian for "Punish". See more »

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When Krista stabs Billy's hand with a letter opener, this would likely have caused serious nerve damage and noticeably impaired the functioning of Billy's hand. Billy's toned down reaction to being stabbed through the hand, instead of backing away, is extremely atypical, and it could indicate that he already has nerve damage (numbness) in that hand. However, if that were the case, then Billy could not wield weapons the way that he does. After being stabbed through the hand, Billy seems to have virtually no pain or impairment in that hand, and he continues to use it more or less the way he always has. See more »

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Frank Castle: Call me old-fashioned. I don't work with Russians.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Seems stolen
3 June 2019 | by ariforhanusSee all my reviews

Some scenes seems copyed from Leon: the professional


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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