The Punisher – S01

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Season 1

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Episode 1: “3 AM”

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Episode 2: “Two Dead Men”

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Episode 3: “Kandahar”

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Episode 4: “Resupply”

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Episode 5: “Gunner”

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Episode 6: “The Judas Goat”

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Episode 7: “Crosshairs”

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Episode 8: “Cold Steel”

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Episode 9: “Front Toward Enemy”

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Episode 10: “Virtue of the Vicious”

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Episode 11: “Danger Close”

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Episode 12: “Home”

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Episode 13: “Memento Mori”

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Storyline:

Episode 1: “3 AM”

After tracking down and executing the surviving gangsters involved in the deaths of his wife and children, Frank Castle keeps a low profile by working at a New York City construction site under the alias “Pete Castiglione”. The only person who knows his true identity is Curtis Hoyle, a former Navy SARC who runs a PTSD support group for veterans. One night, Castle’s co-workers pressure new employee Donny Chavez into helping them rob a loan shark related to the Gnucci crime family. The robbery goes wrong, however, when Donny drops his wallet and exposes his driver’s license. Castle saves Donny from being drowned in cement, killing the other construction workers in the process, before assassinating the loan shark and his associates, unaware that a mysterious figure is spying on him through the surveillance cameras. Meanwhile, Department of Homeland Security agent Dinah Madani tries to use her position at the New York field office to find the people responsible for killing her former partner Ahmed Zubair, who was investigating American soldiers smuggling heroin before his death.

Episode 2: “Two Dead Men”

While at a diner in Queens, Castle receives a phone call from Micro, who asks for his help. Unnerved, Castle seeks out Karen Page, the former legal secretary to Nelson & Murdock who was part of Castle’s defense team, and, with her help, discovers that Micro is David Lieberman, a former NSA analyst who was killed while resisting arrest. The story about his death, however, was never released because Madani’s boss Carson Wolf personally shut it down. After visiting Lieberman’s wife Sarah and bonding over the grief they feel for their lost loved ones, Castle tracks down Wolf and breaks into his home, where he elicits a confession about his involvement in Lieberman’s “death” before snapping his neck. Meanwhile, Madani meets with Billy Russo, a former squadmate of Castle’s who now runs a private military contractor firm called Anvil, in an attempt to determine if he was somehow involved in the heroin smuggling. Her attempt is interrupted by a text message about Wolf’s murder. After leading Lieberman on a wild-goose chase across New York City, Castle confronts him at his hideout and prepares to interrogate him.

Episode 3: “Kandahar”

While interrogating Lieberman, Castle learns that he has rigged the hideout to explode if he is not at his console. Castle, however, reveals that he did not see any bombs when he secured the perimeter. Lieberman reveals he filmed Castle and, after disarming the security, knocks him out with a tranquilizer. Shortly after Castle regains consciousness, Lieberman reveals he wants to help him take down the people who destroyed their lives. Meanwhile, Madani juggles engaging in a jurisdictional dispute with the NYPD and the FBI and dealing with guilt over Wolf’s death. When Madani’s partner Sam Stein tells her that Wolf had $30 million hidden in offshore accounts, she decides to trust him. In a flashback in Afghanistan, Castle and Russo serve as members of a covert assassination squad that is recruited by an “Agent Orange” to execute Zubair before he can reveal their existence. The squad later raids a compound on Orange’s intel only to lose several members, prompting Castle to attack Orange and blind him in his left eye. Lieberman, after finding footage of Zubair’s death, encrypts and sends it to Madani only for a team of DHS agents led by Wolf to track him down and shoot him. Lieberman survives the attempt while Wolf frames him as a traitor.

Episode 4: “Resupply”

Castle attempts to hijack a weapons shipment belonging to Turk Barrett only to discover a Greek gang has already taken them. As he juggles searching for the shipment and growing closer to Lieberman’s family, Madani is approached by her mentor Rafael Hernandez, who warns her about investigating Wolf’s corruption. Madani is then tasked with leading an operation to recover the shipment, which Lieberman learns about from hacking the Department’s files. Although reluctant to get involved, Lieberman helps Castle take the shipment from DHS. Madani and Castle engage in a high-speed chase that ends when Lieberman rams Madani’s car with their truck. Castle proceeds to save Madani, who recognizes him, and confirms her suspicions that he killed Wolf before telling her not to get in his way. Meanwhile, Lewis Wilson, a member of Hoyle’s PTSD support group, attempts to find a job at Anvil only to be rejected when Hoyle informs Russo about Wilson’s deteriorating mental health.

Episode 5: “Gunner”

As Castle and Lieberman search for Gunner Henderson, another of Castle’s former squad-mates who filmed the video of Zubair’s execution, Madani tells Stein that Castle is still alive and asks him to keep her secret until she can know more. Castle finds Henderson in rural Kentucky and learns that Agent Orange, who is CIA Director of Covert Operations William Rawlins, was working with Ray Schoonover to smuggle heroin into the United States in the corpses of KIAs. The two men are then ambushed by a team of mercenaries working for Rawlins, who wants to kill Henderson before DHS can locate him. With Lieberman providing overhead monitoring from a drone, Castle and Henderson kill Rawlins’ men, but Henderson is mortally wounded. Lieberman rescues Castle and takes him back to New York, unaware that Rawlins now knows about Castle’s continued existence.

Episode 6: “The Judas Goat”

As Lieberman turns to Hoyle to help treat Castle’s infected wounds, with Hoyle blaming him for Castle’s current condition, Russo learns that Madani is investigating his former squad-mate and confronts her. He proceeds to broadcast a radio call to Castle while Madani confirms Castle’s involvement in Henderson’s death. After learning that Castle is still alive, Russo approaches Castle and offers to give him a new identity. Castle refuses following a visit with Lieberman’s family, unaware that Russo is secretly working with Rawlins. Meanwhile, Wilson is arrested for confronting an NYPD officer while helping Vietnam veteran and fellow support group member O’Connor hand out pro-Second Amendment leaflets outside a courthouse. After being bailed out by Hoyle and learning that O’Connor lied about serving in Vietnam, Wilson confronts O’Connor and stabs him to death.

Episode 7: “Crosshairs”

As Castle sets out to target Morty Bennett, one of the founders of “Operation Cerberus” and one of Rawlins’ allies in the heroin smuggling plot, Rawlins stages a trap for his former subordinate. Lieberman, however, has Castle keep Bennett long enough for the recon drone to clone his phone and track down Rawlins. Castle arrives at Rawlins’ safehouse and tries to kill him, only for the bullet to be stopped by bulletproof glass, and is forced to retreat. Meanwhile, Russo kills Bennett in an attempt to clean up any loose ends and Madani, suspecting that her office has been bugged, has Stein stage a “plan” to find whoever is listening.

Episode 8: “Cold Steel”

As Castle and Lieberman come to terms with learning Rawlins’ identity, Castle learns that Lieberman’s son Zach brought a knife to school and decides to scare him straight. Castle confronts him and learns that he has grown afraid since his father’s “death”. After convincing Lieberman that seeing his son would be too dangerous, the two agree that the next course of action is to work with Madani. Meanwhile, Rawlins and Russo decide to go after Castle, unaware that Madani, Stein and their DHS team are going after them. A shootout unfolds, in which several SWAT officers and several of Russo’s men are killed. Stein chases and corners Russo outside, only for Russo to pull a concealed knife and stab him to death. Russo later “consoles” Madani and helps wash the blood off her body.

Episode 9: “Front Toward Enemy”

As Madani continues to blame herself for Stein’s death, Wilson executes a series of bombings throughout New York City and sends Page a letter, believing she will side with his cause as she had with Castle. When she does not, he calls Page while she is participating in an on-air debate between her and pro-gun control Senator Stan Ori. Castle and Hoyle recognize Wilson from reciting the Latin phrase sic semper tyrannis, with Hoyle going to look for him at O’Connor’s house. He finds Wilson’s bomb-making supplies and O’Connor’s decaying corpse only for Wilson to overpower him and tie him to a chair with the bomb. Castle manages to find Hoyle and save his life after convincing Wilson to disarm the bomb. Castle proceeds to escape after Wilson calls the police, but not before a police car dashcam captures his image and makes the public aware of his continued existence. Meanwhile, Lieberman meets with Madani and not only reveals Rawlins’ name to her but also his work with Castle.

Episode 10: “Virtue of the Vicious”

As Brett Mahoney interviews Page, Madani, Russo, and Senator Ori to determine the proper sequence of events surrounding an assassination attempt on the Senator, each interviewee recounts the attack from radically different perspectives. Six hours earlier, after learning that the mercenaries who killed Stein are connected to Anvil, Madani confronts Russo at the hotel where his men are providing security for Senator Ori as he sits down for an interview with Page. During the interview, Wilson, who previously infiltrated the hotel after killing one of Russo’s men and stealing his uniform, barges into Ori’s suite with a gun. Castle arrives and shields the two from the gunfire only for Wilson, who is wearing a suicide vest, to take Page hostage. Castle then flees when the Anvil agents open fire on him. Fighting off Russo, the Anvil agents, and several NYPD officers, Castle confronts Wilson in the hotel kitchen before helping Karen disarm the bomb. After finding and cutting the right wire, Page shoots Wilson in the foot with a gun she took from an Anvil agent. Wilson then locks himself in the freezer, rewires the bomb and detonates it, killing himself.

Episode 11: “Danger Close”

Sarah and Zach are kidnapped by Russo’s men while Castle makes preparations to go after Rawlins. With Leo Lieberman having eluded capture, Lieberman reunites with her at an old family hangout and enlists Madani’s aid. Rawlins attempts to gain sympathy from CIA Deputy Director Marion James who upon learning of Rawlins’ duplicitous nature asks that he fix his problem and leave the CIA altogether so that his actions won’t affect them. Rawlins and Russo both plan on betraying one another behind their backs. Having anticipated that Anvil would trace Sarah’s call history, Castle ambushes and kills the assault team in the power station. With his assault team dead, Russo arranges a location for a hostage exchange site, demanding that Castle and Lieberman exchange themselves for Sarah and Zach.

Episode 12: “Home”

Madani records Castle and Lieberman as they testify against Rawlins, which she plans to present to James. The two allies then make their way to the agreed exchange spot, finding Sarah and Zach alive but laden with gasoline canisters. Anticipating Russo’s double cross, Castle and Lieberman stage the latter’s fake death, with Madani’s DHS team shooting him in order to make the ruse convincing. While Lieberman reunites with his family, Russo and Rawlins take Castle to the power station for interrogation. Castle, despite being tortured to the brink of death, breaks free and stabs Rawlins to death. DHS then storms the station and wounds an escaping Russo before evacuating Castle for medical attention.

Episode 13: “Memento Mori”

As DHS executes a failed attempt to apprehend Russo, Castle receives medical attention from Madani’s father while Madani presents the video evidence to James. Russo sneaks into Hoyle’s apartment and, after confirming suspicions of the latter’s knowledge about Castle, prepares to execute him only to be interrupted by Castle in a sniper position. Castle gives Russo the chance to pick an agreed place for a one-on-one confrontation, with Russo picking the carousel where Castle’s family died. Russo takes hostages and wounds them in order to gain a tactical advantage, which he uses during his confrontation with Castle. Madani, having previously deduced Russo’s location, intervenes only to receive a headshot wound. Castle then overpowers Russo and repeatedly slams his face against the carousel’s mirrored walls, disfiguring him. Three days later, Castle learns from James and Hernandez that DHS and the CIA have erased his criminal record, allowing him to live out his life in anonymity. He also learns that Madani has survived her headshot wound and Russo has been hospitalized with severe head trauma that may seriously affect his memory. Upon his release from hospital, Castle attends Hoyle’s support group and opens up for the first time.

 

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