'True Enough' Miller publishes a story that could destroy Kane, but Kane's
biggest threat is Kitty's alliance with Doyle. As Meredith forms a new
relationship, Kane goes to the greatest lengths yet to stay on top.
'Clinch' Chicago faces bankruptcy and emergency managers prepare to take
control. But losing his mayoral power isn't the biggest danger to Kane as
enemies threaten to expose him - will he go down with his city?
'Consequence' Kane forms a tenuous alliance with longtime foe Alderman
Ross of the City Council, but soon learns he must take even more extreme
measures to stave off bankruptcy and maintain his hold over Chicago.
'The Conversation' Kane's alternative treatment seems to have worked and
he is back in control of his city. Now he must remedy his public
perception, even if it means making an old friend collateral damage.
'Backflash' Kane's moves with the housing project escalate tensions from
unrest to rioting and looting. As Chicago burns, Kane secretly seeks
treatment at an alternative clinic, where his past haunts him.
'Mania' Kane's corruption sweep threatens his political hold over the City
Council. And his mental symptoms begin to spiral out of control - Kane can
no longer tell what is a hallucination and what is reality.
'Redemption' Kane turns to a new way of doing things when he purges
longtime members of his political machine. But reconnecting with his
family proves more difficult when Meredith and Emma both reject him.
'Ablution' Kane grows increasingly infatuated with his new aide Mona,
allowing himself to get swept up in her passion for the redevelopment of a
blighted housing project.
'Through-and-Through' Kane uses personal tragedy to further his agenda, poaches his nemesis's aide, Mona, and hires ambitious newcomer Ian - but will they be enough to fill the void that Stone left behind?
'Louder Than Words' Mayor Kane cements his legacy with a lavish
groundbreaking of the modernized O'Hare terminals. While his political
future seems bright, Kane continues to battle to control his disease.
Ep 108 'Choose' Election Day. The race is close, and Kane and Stone do their part to turn the gears of the political machine. Emma's world is upended while Meredith goes to great lengths to prove her loyalty to Kane.
Ep 107 'Stasis' Days before the election, Kane slowly regains control over City Hall. Though a swift political move will help reveal his adversaries, will doing the unthinkable improve his public image in time?
Ep 106 'Spit' Kane takes a break from City Hall as his political image hits an all-time low. Kitty is at an emotional impasse, and Meredith, increasingly suspect of Kane's behavior, seeks opportunities of her own.
Ep 105 'Remembered' When long-buried information resurfaces, Kane and his camp battle the media to contain the situation. With the primary just around the corner, they'll pull out all the stops to keep the upper hand.
Ep 104 'Slip' Kane is losing control, politically and personally, as his supporters begin to question their confidence in him. Zajac ventures into uncharted territory whle campaigning; Miller searches for answers.
Ep 103 'Swallow' As Zajac's campaign gains momentum, Kane must adjust to his medical reality. Governor Cullen faces an embarrasing media storm while Miller stumbles upon a story that seeps deeper than he imagined.
Mayor Kane's (Kelsey Grammer) grip on Chicago is as strong as ever. As corrupt heads roll and his list of enemies grows, Kane's virtuous actions start to erode his foundation of power.
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Mayor Tom Kane (Kelsey Grammer) is King of Chicago and he rules his domain with an iron fist. Deception, scandal, and betrayal go hand in hand with Kane's form of politics.
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