The Get Down

  1. Only From Exile Can We Come Home
    Episode 11 Only From Exile Can We Come Home
  2. Gamble Everything
    Episode 10 Gamble Everything
    The Get Down Recap: All The Devils Are Here After the series’ best episode, we’re presented with its worst.
  3. One by One Into the Darkness
    Episode 9 One by One Into the Darkness
    The Get Down Recap: Cadillac’s Revenge This is an episode about contracts — verbal and written.
  4. The Beat Says This Is The Way
    Episode 8 The Beat Says This Is The Way
    The Get Down Recap: Adventures in White-Boy Land Each episode of The Get Down orbits a single thematic element that builds on the one before.
  5. Unfold Your Own Myth
    Episode 7 Unfold Your Own Myth
    The Get Down Recap: The Church Is God’s Nightclub After a hiatus, The Get Down jumps a year into the future.
  6. Raise Your Words, Not Your Voice
    Episode 6 Raise Your Words, Not Your Voice
    The Get Down Recap: The Only Game We Got In this mid-season finale, The Get Down unveils its most satisfying blend of real life and fiction.
  7. You Have Wings, Learn to Fly
    Episode 5 You Have Wings, Learn to Fly
    The Get Down Recap: The Definition of Success At its best, The Get Down highlights the particular struggle of being a poor kid.
  8. Forget Safety, Be Notorious
    Episode 4 Forget Safety, Be Notorious
    The Get Down Recap: Two Tribes on a Quest “You can’t be a rebel if you don’t rebel.”
  9. Darkness Is Your Candle
    Episode 3 Darkness Is Your Candle
    The Get Down Recap: Slippin’ Into Darkness “Where were you when the lights went out in New York City?”
  10. Seek Those Who Fan Your Flames
    Episode 2 Seek Those Who Fan Your Flames
    The Get Down Recap: The Grace of God Two episodes in, The Get Down embraces its inner Moulin Rouge.
  11. Where There is Ruin, There is Hope for a Treasure
    Episode 1 Where There is Ruin, There is Hope for a Treasure
    The Get Down Recap: New York, Big City of Dreams Consider this a blessing or a warning: The Get Down unmistakably belongs to Baz Luhrmann.

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