After narrowly escaping death, Juliana discovers a family secret that could have global implications - and leads her to make a life-changing decision. Kido, Tagomi, and Frank all take dangerous risks, while back in New York, Joe settles into a normal routine, only to have it turned upside down when Smith gives him the opportunity he's waited for his whole life.
Did You Know?
"The Varieties of Religious Experience," by William James is one of the "suppressed editions" (banned books) and the book that Trade Minister Tagomi asks the Librarian if he knows. This 1902 book is in the public domain which may be the reason the writers and producers used it. More likely, it is used because it is the classic text on the psychology of religion and might help Tagomi make sense of his meditative vision at the end of season 1. See more
One of the copies of "Brave New World" has the cover of the 1963 edition. See more
In our favor, however, an enemy who underestimates the strength of our resolve. And in war, surprise is a formidable weapon. Given our numbers, the last thing the Americans expected was a frontal assault. So That is precisely what I ordered.
And it worked?
Would you have tolerated my stories if it had not?
[uncomfortable pause, then laughs heartily
You've Got To Change Your Way of Loving
Written by Leon René See more