Season 2,episode 10
In Five Points, keep your gun on the nightstand.
Corcoran intercepts Confederate rebels moving a shipment of Greek Fire.
Kennedy has been making Greek Fire right in Manhattan.
Eva tells Annie to cut the bullshit, or she'll end up alone.
Corcoran pulls a fast one on the prisoners, tricking them into believing that if they don't talk, they'll be shot.
Morehouse is disgusted to learn of his own father's role in the Confederate conspiracy.
A man of many talents, Corcoran reveals to the Morehouses' secretary that he's well-versed in Morse code.
Better start talking...
Robert confronts his father about his involvement with the plot to burn New York, but before he can take action, Robert's caught by Kennedy.
Getting dressed in 1864 was no simple task.
Doc Freeman is horrified to discover his pregnant wife unconscious - knocked out by a medical "cure-all."
Corcoran, O'Brien, Morehouse and the coppers of the Sixth Precinct map out the hotels being targeted by the Confederate rebels.
A familiar face appears at the station, offering help.
Corcoran reluctantly allows Maguire to rejoin the task force.
The Booths brothers perform Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Elizabeth enjoys the performance in the Wilkes' private box.
Corcoran discovers a gravely wounded Maguire, and debates his next move.
The terrorist plot averted, Kevin walks off into the shadowy corners of Five Points.
Running from authorities, Robert Kennedy begs Elizabeth Haverford for help.
Robert visits his father in jail with news that Norbert will not hang for his crimes. Instead, he was relocate and assist in the recovery of Atlanta.
"You and I will never see one another again," Robert tells his father. "Which, as far as I'm concerned, is still not long enough."
Freeman tracks down the vender who sold his wife the phony cure-all.
The newspapers recount the thwarted terrorist attack on New York City.
Elizabeth declares Morehouse her hero.
Corcoran reluctantly visits his former friend, Maguire.
On what may be his death bed, Maguire confesses to the murders of Madame Grindle and Mary Lockwood.
Realizing their affair must end, Eva says goodbye to Corocran with a final kiss.
The fate of Kevin and Ellen's relationship remains unknown.
Maggie appears to Corcoran in a drug-induced hallucination.
A fallen hero?