Frank Castle seeks solace in the arms of his wife as Rawlins gets his revenge and we discuss it all in our Punisher Episode Twelve Review of “Home” we talk about our top five points about this episode in our Spoiler filled discussion. As always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.
Punisher Episode Twelve Review Podcast Spoiler filled Synopsis
Written by: Dario Scardapane
Directed by: Jet Wilkinson
Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) makes a damning confession to Dinah Madani (Amber Rose Revah) as he admits to his crimes in Kandahar under William Rawlins (Paul Schulze). At the same time with the countdown clock ticking him and Micro (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) prepare to swap themselves in an exchange for the release of Sarah (Jaime Ray Newman) and Zach (Kobi Frumer) and the vital information to unlock Micro’s computer containing all their files on Cerberus, Billy Russo (Ben Barnes) and Rawlins. At the hostage swap a shootout leaves Sarah wondering what to believe as her dead husband is apparently killed again in the crossfire as Homeland Agents arrive to disrupt the exchange. But Frank is knocked out and taken by Russo’s men back to the abandoned power station to be interrogated. At Homeland Security David Lieberman is reintroduced to his family as it is revealed that his second death was a ruse planned by him and Madani so he could reunite with his family. For Frank things get worse as Russo interrogates him and gets him to unlock the computer, allowing them to destroy all of the files, in return for a quick death at the hands of Russo. Rawlins arrives and goes in for the kill, once and for all as he brutally tortures Frank, wanting his own slice of revenge. As things turn nasty Rawlins missteps verbally attacking Russo as a grunt. With the promise of a quick kill for Frank and their unwritten Marine code Russo helps Castle get free, who then extracts his bloody and brutal retribution against Rawlins and his eyes. Russo then tries to kill Castle, but Dinah Madani arrives in time after being tipped off to their location by Lieberman. She manages to get a shot off shooting and injuring Russo as he bolts for an escape from the Homeland Agents closing in. On the Floor the scary, beautiful man, Frank Castle, lies bloody, bruised and battered!
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John, Chris and Derek
Defenders TV Podcast
Date recorded: 23/01/2017
Date published: 26/01/2017
MP3, 42.44 mins, 96kbps, 29.5 MB
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