The Get Down

  1. Episode 11 Only From Exile Can We Come Home
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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