Tommy and Jimmy both have their own ideas on how to save the family.
Tommy goes after Lino, the guy he believes is the threat to Reilly's diner. Tommy decides to make a deal with Nicky.
Reilly asks Tommy for help after he is ordered to vacate his building.
Dokey asks Tommy and his brothers to clear out a building of junkies, in order to test his fledgling partnership with the brothers.
Kate helps Tommy get a job at an art studio, as he attempts to separate himself from the business and move toward his dream of painting.
Tommy helps a woman drive away drug dealers from her building, but he may get conned in the process.
As Jimmy tries to protect Sean, Tommy joins forces with Kevin to collect payments.
Tommy gets pulled into Jimmy and Kevin's bookmaking action when he realizes the guy about to get busted for not paying is his friend Maxwell.
Tommy realizes the Italian's new mob boss Nicky Cottero means business on collecting his debt when he threatens the boys' mother, Helen.
Tommy is shocked and guilt-ridden when Kate, Huey's widow, asks him to host Huey's wake at the Donnelly's bar.
Tommy deals with Sean losing his health coverage and the hospital shoving him into the mentally disturbed ward.
As Sean's fate becomes clear to the Donnelly siblings, an antsy Jimmy stews in a holding cell.
The four Donnelly brothers, young, working-class Irish-Americans involved in organized crime in New York City, still live by the motto "family first."
Tommy deals with Sean losing his health coverage and the hospital shoving him into the mentally disturbed ward. Jimmy convinces Kevin to bail him out of prison, despite Tommy's accurate predictions of what Jimmy will do once he's out. Tommy deals with his guilt about taking the lives of Sal and Huey, even if it was to save his brother.
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