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Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch 

Joy proves herself a shrewd businessperson, Danny recalls a painful memory, and Colleen puts her talents to good use.


Tom Shankland


Roy Thomas (based on the Marvel comics by), Gil Kane (based on the Marvel comics by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Finn Jones ... Danny Rand
Jessica Henwick ... Colleen Wing
Tom Pelphrey ... Ward Meachum
Jessica Stroup ... Joy Meachum
David Wenham ... Harold Meachum
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Jeri Hogarth
Wai Ching Ho ... Madame Gao
Marquis Rodriguez ... Darryl
Esau Pritchett Esau Pritchett ... Shannon
Alok Tewari ... Raj Patel
Ramon Fernandez ... Kevin Singleton
Roger Dominic Casey Roger Dominic Casey ... Sparring Partner
Craig Geraghty ... Ringmaster
Donté Grey ... Caleb (as Donte Grey)
Myles Humphus ... Rusty


Joy proves herself a shrewd businessperson, Danny recalls a painful memory, and Colleen puts her talents to good use.

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17 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


When Colleen starts fighting, she names herself "The Daughter of the Dragon." In Marvel Comics, Colleen and Misty Knight (from the Netflix series "Luke Cage") are best friends who start a private investigation business together. Due to Wing's samurai-style training and both partners' expertise in the Asian martial arts, they were dubbed "the Daughters of the Dragon." See more »


When Danny goes to visit his family's memorial and touches his mother's stone, it can be seen moving, revealing that it isn't really made of stone. See more »


Joy Meachum: You know, in another life this would've been romantic.
Danny Rand: In another life you wouldn't've drugged me and sent me to a mental hospital.
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Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch
29 December 2017 | by veslerikSee all my reviews

I hate to be nitpicky, but I can't help but feel annoyed about the inconsistency in Danny's fighting prowess. In one moment, he's effortlessly beating hired grunts left and right without taking even a single hit, and in the next moment he's struggling to beat one guy who, for some reason, is wielding both brass knuckles and a knife in one of several awkward scenes in this show. Like bobcobb301 mentioned, the writing and acting are quite goofy and awkward at times, but it's the inconsistent writing that really lets the show down. Hopefully, it only gets better as the show progresses.

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