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"You think you're gonna break me? Bring it on."
"Like I said, this is not an interrogation. I'm not here to break you. You've already done that yourself. The question is, how broken you are?"
Misty Knight and Gabe Krasner[src]

DWYCK is the ninth episode of the first season of the Netflix exclusive television series Luke Cage.

Synopsis

With Luke wounded and on the run, Misty faces a soul-searching interrogation. Mariah's rise to power takes a dark turn.

Plot

A police psychologist is tasked to examine Knight. Cage is detected by two policemen, whom he beats up before escaping. Stryker blames Alvarez for Stokes' death. Dillard meets Colon and convinces him to arrange a meeting with all the local crime bosses. Cage reunites with Claire, who convinces him to let her take him to Burstein for treatment. The inspector releases Knight and tasks her to find Cage, who arrives at Burstein's with Claire. They give him the drive containing the data he needs. Stryker interrupts Dillard's meeting with the crime bosses, killing all of them except Colon. She tells Stryker that the video of Cage attacking the policemen has made him an enemy of the city; and Stryker can now sell the Judas bullets to NYPD. Burstein dips Cage inside acid, hoping that it will soften his skin, giving the former the chance to remove the shrapnel. However, the pain of the procedure causes Cage to go into cardiac arrest.

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Trivia

  • DWYCK is a song from the album Hard To Earn of the hip-hop duo Gang Starr. It is an acronym meaning "Do What You Can Kid". A lyric from the song is quoted when Gabe Krasner gives Misty Knight a can of lemonade and says "Lemonade was a popular drink", to which she replies "It still is".

Music

Song title Artist Location(s)
Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love) The Delfonics

The Delfonics practice their performance at Harlem's Paradise; Shades watches as the remodelling to the club is finished then meets with Zip and the boys.

(repeats) The Delfonics perform at the reopened Harlem's Paradise, Diamondback watches the performance when Shades comes to tell him that the video of Luke Cage and the police officers has went viral; Misty Knight takes down her case board and restarts again.

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