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Brooklyn
WGN America
Brooklyn (S02E09) is the ninth episode of season two of "Manhattan" released on Tue Dec 08... More Brooklyn (S02E09) is the ninth episode of season two of "Manhattan" released on Tue Dec 08, 2015. Over 433 TV Time users rated it a 9.02/10 with their favorite characters being Harry Lloyd as Paul Crosley, John Benjamin Hickey as Frank Winter and Ashley Zukerman as Charlie Isaacs.
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December 2015

Well that was not what I expected !

Well that was not what I expected !
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December 2015

Wow, this season is much intense than the first one!

Wow, this season is much intense than the first one!
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December 2015

And it is at this moment that Paul knew that was Jim is the spy !

And it is at this moment that Paul knew that was Jim is the spy !
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December 2015

Abby is my most hated character at this moment. she is an egocentric bitch, who cares too much about people who don't deserve that and too much about her own soul.

Abby is my most hated character at this moment. she is an egocentric bitch, who cares too much about people who don't deserve that and too much about her own soul.
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March 2016

You got to admit, he's got a point

You got to admit, he's got a point
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December 2015

L'étau tant moral qu'historique se referme progressivement sur tous les protagonistes du récit.
L'une des plus grandes tragédies du XXème siècle est en marche !

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December 2015

Damn I hope we get a season 3. But if I had to bet I would say that it's not gonna happen. Ugh. Love this show & this episode is one of the best 2 or 3 of the entire series.

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December 2015

Será que finalmente, descobriram a verdade sobre o Jim?

Será que finalmente, descobriram a verdade sobre o Jim?
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December 2015

Paul che diventa mago dell'intelligence la dovevo proprio vedere! eee.... ho come l'impressione che Charlie non abbia capito alcune sfumature del discorso che Frank gli suggeriva! (sono ironico ovviamente...)

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December 2015

hate her. what a bitch

hate her. what a bitch
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July 2017

Okay, I retract my statement in the previous episode. This was the best episode of this season (with one episode to go) because everything has fallen into place and it looks like things will start to unravel in the finale and I can't wait. There were a lot of plot points up in the air so let me see if I can remember them all.

Helen going to Darrow about Frank's plan to sabotage the project was not really a surprise. Helen is tired of being Frank's lackey and not getting anything out of it. Her loyalty towards him has been unfruitful and she seems stuck in the same position she was in as when she was on his team. I don't blame her at all for going to Darrow although I have a feeling that Darrow already knows and is keeping quiet because of his deal with Frank. Helen just can't win.

Frank using the project's resources to fund Liza's was not a surprise and I knew exactly what Rochester was about. Frank being evasive when Theodore asked him about it just proved my suspicion.

Thanks to Abby's meddling and sending Joey back to Brooklyn to live with her parents, Charlie changed his tune and reneged on his promise to Frank. Now he's advocating to drop the bomb in order to stop the war and to show people that they have something to be afraid of. I wasn't moved by the speech because I'm on Frank's side in all this, but it seemed like a pretty good speech.

Abby sending Joey to Brooklyn was definitely a dick move. I'm not a big fan of Abby this season and it irks me that she would do this without talking to Charlie first. Joey is both their son, not just hers. She had no right to take away the son from his father. Yes, Charlie lied to her about Jean Tatlock and that it was the military, at his urging, who staged Jean's suicide. What a mess.

Did not see the Soviet spy (Victor Green) getting captured. Good job, Darrow. It's too bad he didn't get anything out of him and it's now up to Crosley and Frank to convince Darrow that Meeks is the guy and not Sid. Meeks is Brooklyn. I can't wait to see how this one is resolved.

So is Meeks going to sabotage the test in the next episode, thus killing, a majority of scientists and military personnel? I saw Charlie, Fritz, Meeks at the test site during the opening scene in the season premiere and I seriously doubt they're going to kill off those three characters. Guess we'll find out in the finale.

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October 2016

Abby and Charlie are assholes

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December 2015

Go for it Helen, he used you for his own goals, you don't owe him any loyalty anymore. I hope frank also gets killed.

Go for it Helen, he used you for his own goals, you don't owe him any loyalty anymore. I hope frank also gets killed.
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