Banshee Episode Guide Season 2

Bullets And Tears

Director: Greg Yaitanes
Writer: Jonathan Tropper
Fueled by painful memories that led them to the point of no return, Lucas and Carrie steel themselves for the fight of their lives against a vengeful Rabbit and his ruthless soldiers. In Banshee, Rebecca proves her allegiance as Proctor returns home.


Director: Greg Yaitanes
Writer: Jonathan Tropper
In New York, Job drops in on a priest with ties to Rabbit, taking a hit for his troubles. Carrie’s relationship with Gordon faces a new test in the wake of another revelation. Burton silences one traitor, but another eludes him. Alex vows to deliver evidence to keep Proctor behind bars. Emmett moves on, while Brock looks to move up. Lucas and Carrie brace for an epic showdown, as does an NYPD captain with ties to their past.

Evil For Evil

Director: Loni Peristere
Writer: Doug Jung
An illegal search warrant helps Lucas bust Proctor, at a cost. Sharp and his skinheads look for payback against Emmett, testing the limits of the deputy’s patience. Carrie provides the cash for Max’s treatments and takes a small step towards thawing out her relationship with Gordon and Deva. Job finally gets a lead on Rabbit.

Ways To Bury A Man

Director: Loni Peristere
Writer: Doug Jung
In an effort to bring down Proctor, an enraged Lucas looks for trees to shake. After rattling the regulars and strippers at the Savoy, Lucas and his deputies rough up Sharp, a junkyard skinhead, for info on Proctor’s ecstasy operation. A family crisis brings Carrie, Deva and Gordon together; Alex (Anthony Ruivivar) faces a vote of no-confidence at the tribal council; Job shows off his explosive side.

Armies of One

Director: Babak Najafi
Writer: John Romano
When Jason’s past catches up to him, Lucas decides to make a deal to save the boy’s life, and maybe his own. In the absence of Carrie, Gordon and Deva’s lives spin out of control. Proctor teaches Rebecca a hard lesson in allegiance.

The Truth About Unicorns

Writer: John Romano
Lucas considers moving on after he and Carrie take a detour on their drive back to Banshee. Agent Racine recalls the botched case against Rabbit that has haunted him for years.


Following a lead from Brock, Lucas visits a strict Amish schoolteacher who might have insights into the murder of Kinaho tribe member Lana Cleary and the disappearance of Solomon Bowman. Emmett and Siobhan find transferring a captive Chayton more difficult than expected. Rebecca copes with the pain of her parents’ rejection. Proctor offers Alex a peace offering, and Nola delivers a final blow for justice.

The Warrior Class

Writer: Evan Dunsk
DIrected by: Ole Christian Madsen
A shocking murder near an Amish farm fractures relations between the Kinaho tribe and the Amish, who are forced to rely on Proctor to fend off a vengeful mob. Investigating the crime on Kinaho turf, Lucas and his deputies find themselves confronted by uncooperative gang members and their imposing leader, Chayton Littlestone. Meanwhile, Carrie welcomes an unexpected visitor, while Lucas deals with the sudden appearance of a most unwelcome one.

The Thunder Man

Tilte: The Thunder Man
Spurned by Deva and Gordon, Carrie is forced to take up a new residence. With his leadership abilities questioned by rival George Hunter and the tribal council, Alex ramps up his efforts to recover the money stolen in the casino heist. Siobhan relives a nightmare when her ex-husband, Breece Connors, shows up looking to reconnect. Lucas is asked to return Proctor’s favor.

Little Fish

Banshee returns for Season 2 in 2014 on Cinemax.

Director: Greg Yaitanes
Writer: Jonathan Tropper
In the aftermath of their bloody shootout with Rabbit, Lucas, Carrie and the Banshee Sheriff’s Department (BSD) are interrogated by FBI special agent Jim Racine, who metes out punishment that may, or may not, fit the crimes. Meanwhile, Proctor sets his sights on persuading Rebecca to return to his care. As Gordon stews over his wife’s betrayal, Deva shows off her resourcefulness after being caught shoplifting in a mall. Later, a straightforward armored-truck robbery turns into a dangerous high-speed chase involving a mysterious motorcycle pursuer.
Official sinpsis: Sheriff Lucas Hood recuperates from the beating he suffered at Rabbit’s hands; he can’t stop picturing his tormentor and believes Rabbit is still alive. Carrie Hopewell, remains estranged from her own family, having left after they learned she wasn’t who they knew her to be.

After the real Sheriff Hood’s body is discovered by law enforcement, Job and Sugar break into the morgue and steal it back.
Special Agent Racine arrives in town to spearhead the investigation into what happened at the metalworks. He’s been on Rabbit’s case for years, and before he dies — “my cancer has cancer,” he tells Agent Xavier — he wants the satisfaction of putting Rabbit away. Racine grills the witnesses one by one. Lucas and Carrie lie through their teeth about their own relationship and prior history with Rabbit. The rest of the sheriff’s department, deputies Brock, Yawners and Kelly, detail how Carrie took out nearly all of Rabbit’s men.
Racine metes out his punishment, putting most of the department on probation and reinstating Hood as sheriff. He tells Agent Xavier he wants to keep everyone in place and use them as bait to lure out Rabbit –whom he believes is very much alive.
Carrie, Lucas, Sugar and Job rob an armored truck from the Kinaho casino in a daring highway heist. Before they make their getaway, they’re chased down by a biker with a machine gun. The biker, Nola Longshadow, forces the crew to leave without most of the money. Later that night, Nola arrives at The Forge and has sex with Lucas, both unaware who the other is, and that they crossed paths earlier today. Back on the reservation, her brother and Kinaho chief, Alex Longshadow, comes under increasing pressure from rival members of the tribal council.

Rebecca Bowman contemplates going back to her Amish home, but decides instead to continue living with her uncle, Kai Proctor, where she continues to observe his business practices as well as his sexual liaisons.
Gordon Hopewell speaks to a grieving town at Mayor Kendall’s funeral, but finds himself in a very dark place.
Racine visits a church in New York City. He’s well acquainted with its priest, Rabbit’s brother.