Season 4 Episode 6: The Company
Aired: December 20, 2017
It is the night of the big fight - Bonnie Gold versus Goliath. But as the bell rings and the crowd goes wild, dangers lurk in the shadows for Tommy Shelby and his family.
When Changretta plays his final ace, he sets in motion a series of events that will change the Peaky Blinders forever.
How much does Tommy Drink? i think he's an alcoholic, and drinks alot (as some of them do). I just never see him drinking with the others much, or when there's a celebration. i feel he drinks mostly alone. And, how the hell does he walk through Birmingham without being covered in soot, dirt or smoke? Seriously, is he a guru, a god? He's never dirty after walking through dirtiness
Hey ya folks. My question is about Michael. Tommy obviously knows that Michael sold him out to Luca, but was that part of the plan? Since Polly told Tommy about what was going on from the get go, was Tommy sending Michael off to NY just part of the theatrics to make it seem like the Blinders were in disarray, like with saying Arthur was dead?
I just wasn't sure since he wasn't addressed after Tommy tells the hired Italian guns that Michael will sign the import stuff.
Can anybody provide me with a link to read about the potencial revolution that could or could not have happened in Britain back in the Peaky days. Was it really that dangerous for government that it had to be eliminated no matter what, as we see in the series?
Just finished season three for the first time. Thought it was boring for the first third or so but really became good in the end (the finale is just as good as the second one). Alas, it was lesser compared to season 2 (must be bc of less Tom Hardy). One of the factors that may have led to this is probably because I was confused for a good chunk of the season thanks to the really convoluted scheme about blowing trains or whatever.
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