As word of his notoriety spreads across Rikers, Naz quickly learns that the key to his survival--or perhaps his demise--may rest with a hardened inmate and former boxing champion named Freddy, who has many of the guards under his thumb. After meeting with Stone about his fee for Naz's defense, Salim and Safar get a tempting counteroffer from A-list attorney Alison Crowe, who brings to their meeting a young associate with Indian roots, Chandra Kapoor. Meanwhile, Salim faces a dilemma in his efforts to retrieve the impounded taxi he co-owns with his partners, Yusuf and Tariq.
Before travelling to New York City for a conference, Nora must resolve some pending issues. When she arrives at the event, she has to face unexpected and rather odd inconveniences. Moreover, she meets someone allegedly able of taking her pain away.
Season One Finale. Vincent balks at getting in deeper with Rudy, as expansion fever hits Frankie and Bobby. Candy gets a taste of directing, and enjoys the red-carpet perks of a major premiere. Alston finds himself in limbo at his precinct. Abby changes up the Hi-Hat's clientele; Sandra faces editorial and legal hurdles; Barbara and Thunderthighs connect with the wrong sort of clients; Vincent settles a score. C.C. encourages Ace, a onetime pimp, to get back in the game.
Series finale. Big changes come to The Deuce as Gene sees opportunity in the city's public health crisis. Vincent looks to get out from under the mob's thumb and makes peace with Abby, who decides to pursue a new future. Candy makes a critical choice in her relationship with Hank. Harvey speaks his mind about Candy's film. Alston recognizes the truth of Midtown's redevelopment. Melissa makes a commitment, while Loretta takes on a big responsibility.
Ken, Cleve, and Roma fight an initiative that would ban gays from working in California public schools, while Cleve works on the campaign to elect Harvey Milk as San Francisco City Supervisor.
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