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"Sometimes if you want justice, you have to get it yourself."
Claire Temple[src]

Manifest is the seventh episode of the first season of the Netflix exclusive television series Luke Cage.

Synopsis

Mariah's political career comes under fire, and Cottonmouth picks up information that could put Luke on the run.

Plot

Scarfe's ledger is found inadmissible and Stokes is exonerated. He threatens to expose Cage's real identity if challenged again. Cage decides to leave Harlem; but Claire convinces him to stay and fight. Stokes reminisces about being raised by Dillard at the behest of their grandmother, mobster Mama Mabel. As a child, Stokes' musical talents were encouraged by his uncle Pete, whom Mabel later forced Stokes to kill after learning Pete had made side dealings with her rivals, and molested Dillard. Meanwhile, Knight is investigated by the internal affairs bureau while Dillard is put under pressure by her party to resign from the council. Cage attacks Colon and takes the weapons, giving them to Knight. Dillard visits Stokes to convince him to let go of his obsession with Cage, which leads into an argument that ends with her killing him when he says she flirted with Pete. Alvarez praises her and reveals his plan to frame Cage for the murder. Knight finds out "Luke Cage" is an alias just as he meets Claire to reveal his true identity and is shot by Diamondback with the Judas, the Chitauri bullet, leaving him badly wounded.

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Music

Song title Artist Location(s)
Plain Gold Ring Nina Simone

Zip openly sells guns when Luke Cage arrives which sends his buyers running; Zip warns Luke that Cottonmouth is getting out of prison; Misty Knight goes over case board when readies to let her anger out at Cornell but is stopped by Captain Betty Audrey; Cornell taunts Misty's efforts then leave the precinct, Luke watches.

Top Going Down, Bottom Going Up Nathan Bartell

At Pop's Barber Shop, Luke Cage tells Bobby Fish that Cottonmouth will not be charged without Rafael Scarfe. Claire Temple suggests that he can still do something to get his own justice.

I'm Bad Like Jesse James John Lee Hooker

Cottonmouth plays the piano; (Flashback) Mama Mabel confronts Pistol Pete on his betrayal of the family then takes him out back along with Cornell and Mariah Dillard where Cornell nervously shoots him dead.

April Sonata Adrian Younge

Mariah Dillard and Cottonmouth begin to tear each other apart as they both begin to crack and as Cornell's words strike at Mariah she attacks him with a wine bottle, pushes him out his office window then beats with a mic stand all as Shades watches.

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