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- "It's a difficult thing, isn't it, taking a life? Feeling the weight and responsibility of all the years the person you've murdered has lived - moments that they've cherished, the dreams that they've struggled towards gone, because of you. I want you to know something. Something important that I've learned: that it gets easier the more you do it."
- ―Wilson Fisk
Wilson Fisk discovers the body of his friend and emotionally, violently beats Francis for allowing him to go alone to his death. Leland Owlsley tries to link Wesley's death to the poisoning of Vanessa Marianna; Fisk puts a ransom on the streets for information about Wesley's killer.
Foggy Nelson goes to Josie's Bar to meet Marci Stahl; he wants her to know about everything Fisk is doing and gives her paperwork supporting those facts. After reading the pages, Stahl asks Nelson how he got them; he tells her that they came from the Devil in Hell's Kitchen. Nelson lets Stahl know that Fisk will see justice and she needs to be ahead of the coming repercussions of her employer's involvement.
Meanwhile, Murdock follows a blind man to Madame Gao's Warehouse; he discovers that the workers blinded themselves to work for Gao and her promise of a better life. After a brief skirmish, Madame Gao decides that she is done selling Steel Serpent and will return to her homeland. The fire that resulted from the skirmish brings the fire department and the New York City Police Department. Officer Brett Mahoney confronts the Masked Man, who tells Mahoney that he was not responsible for the death of Christian Blake and that Carl Hoffman is a crooked cop.
Ben Urich gets fired from the New York Bulletin after insulting Mitchell Ellison who would not run his story about the past of Fisk; Urich accused Ellison of being on Fisk's payroll. He visits Doris who convinces him to write a blog on the internet to get the story printed.
Urich goes home and begins to write when he suddenly finds Fisk sitting in the dark near him. Urich admits that he saw Marlene Vistain in the retirement home; however, he lies, saying that he saw her alone. When asked about the death of Wesley, Urich knows nothing. Fisk tells Urich that involving his mother was an unforgivable act; Urich tells Fisk that his threats are meaningless. Fisk reveals that he was not threatening; he kills Urich by strangling him. As he leaves, he steps on the picture of Ben and Doris.
- Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil
- Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page
- Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson
- Toby Leonard Moore as James Wesley (uncredited)
- Vondie Curtis-Hall as Ben Urich
- Bob Gunton as Leland Owlsley
- Ayelet Zurer as Vanessa Marianna
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk
- Phyllis Somerville as Marlene Vistain
- Royce Johnson as Sergeant Brett Mahoney
- Wai Ching Ho as Madame Gao
- Tom Walker as Francis
- Amy Rutberg as Marci Stahl
- Susan Varon as Josie
- Geoffrey Cantor as Mitchell Ellison
- Adriane Lenox as Doris Urich
- Kassia Miller as Caldwell
- Michael King as Stocky Bodyguard
- Young-H Lee as Skinny Bodyguard
- Erick Abbate as Boy
- Grant Chang as Blind Worker
- Vera Lam as Blind Female Worker
- Michael Tow as Another Worker
- Danny Boyer as Gao Guard #1
- Christopher Chickonie as Leland's Security (uncredited)
- Garry Pastore as Bad Cop #1 (uncredited)
- Phil Cappadora as New Yorker (uncredited)
- James Lew as Blind Asian Man (uncredited)
- Martha Morgan as Coughing Woman (uncredited)
- Tricia Mary Young as Blind Worker (uncredited)
- New York City, New York
- Saint Bénézet Retirement Care (mentioned)
- Denver, Colorado (mentioned)
- Florida (mentioned)
- Italy (mentioned)
- China (mentioned)
- Paris, France (mentioned)
- Infiltration into Madame Gao's Warehouse
- Assassination of Ben Urich
- Battle of New York (newspaper clipping)
To be added
- Nelson and Murdock
- New York Bulletin
- Landman and Zack
- Silver & Brent
- New York City Police Department
- Union Allied Construction (mentioned)
- Cybertek (newspaper clipping)
- Triad (mentioned)
- Elena Cardenas
- Nobu Yoshioka
- Senator Randolph Cherryh
- Vladimir Ranskahov
- Anatoly Ranskahov
- Christian Blake
- Don Rigoletto
- Bill Fisk
- Carl Hoffman
- Johannes Brahms
- Richard Nixon
- Bob Woodward
- Carl Bernstein
- The Battle of New York with a Leviathan is shown on the newspaper clipboard written by Ben Urich.
- Cybertek is shown on a newspaper clipboard.
- When Fisk is sitting in Urich's house, behind him is a biography of New York urban planner Robert Moses, who like Fisk ran into much opposition over his plans for the city.