Season 2 premiere. Barry is out for vengeance; Noho Hank faces the looming threat of being sent home; Sally makes a split-second decision on the night of the acting class' big performance; Fuches turns to an unexpected source for help.
Barry struggles mightily to focus exclusively on the theater and his girlfriend and classmate Sally, hoping against hope to rid himself of the ties that bind him to a Chechen mob group now led by NoHo Hank.
Barry struggles mightily to focus exclusively on the theater and his girlfriend-classmate Sally, hoping against hope to rid himself of the ties that bind him to a Chechen mob group now led by NoHo Hank.
As part of a class project, Gene tasks Barry with revisiting his past, and Sally reflects on her own personal history. Barry offers to provide training to NoHo Hank's men. Fuches finds Barry in an unexpected location.
Facing pressure from NoHo Hank, Barry struggles to pull off an important hit. After asking the class to mine their personal traumas for an original piece, Gene decides to confront his own past. A visit to her agents leaves Sally disappointed. Fuches tries to evade questions in Cleveland.
In the Season 2 opener, Barry tries to convince Sally and the class to go ahead with a performance despite the absence of teacher Gene Cousineau, who's grief-stricken after the disappearance of Detective Moss. With Goran gone, Noho Hank and Cristobal's new partnership faces growing pains and jealousy issues, and back in Cleveland, Fuches learns that replacement hit men don't come easy.