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"You're right. You reap what you sow. Am I my brother's keeper? No, I'm not."
Luke Cage to Willis Stryker[src]

You Know My Steez is the thirteenth and final episode of the first season of the Netflix exclusive television series Luke Cage.


With all of Harlem bearing witness, Luke takes on the fight of his life in hopes of emerging as the defender his city needs.


In flashbacks, Stryker helps Lucas become a boxer, eventually leading to the latter winning an important match. In the present, Cage and Stryker continue their fight inside and outside the barber shop. In the confusion, Knight drops her phone and Dillard loses the files which prove Lucas's innocence. Cage tries to reason with Stryker, but eventually knocks him out when the suit's power system fails while Dillard is arrested. Alvarez uses Knight's phone to lure Candace out of hiding and kills her, without whose testimony Dillard walks free. Ridley blames Knight for keeping Candace at a private place instead of protective custody. Federal marshals arrive to arrest Cage for his escape from Seagate. Claire kisses him before he leaves promising to call a skilled lawyer she knows to help him out. Fish finds the Lucas files in the barbershop. Dillard re-opens Harlem's Paradise with Alvarez by her side. Knight goes undercover in the club again. Claire takes up self-defense lessons. As Stryker recovers in hospital, Burstein enters his room.


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Song title Artist Location(s)
You Know My Steez Gang Starr
100 Days, 100 Nights Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings


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