At Derby Day, Tommy sets his plans in motion, though not without casualties. Polly winds up confronting Major Campbell with brutal results.
Arthur gets a bad surprise when he visits Alfie Solomons. And when Michael lands in jail, something worse happens to his mother.
Tommy gets to know May Carleton a bit better. Meanwhile, things with Campbell and the IRA get very complicated and dangerous for Mr. Shelby.
Polly's long lost son Michael becomes a part of the family. Maybe a bit too much for her liking.
Tommy manages to keep himself alive. He gets back to London to speak with Alfie Solomons, and later writes a letter to Winston Churchill himself.
Tommy stirs up trouble in London and may just pay with his life for it.
The day's come for Tommy and the Blinders to oust Billy Kimber. But Grace, Campbell, even Ada, they put a wrench in those plans.
Grace and Tommy get closer than they should, as Inspector Campbell gets jealous. Meanwhile, Arthur Sr turns up again causing a bigger rift between the brothers.
Tommy and the family rejoice at getting a legitimate betting license. Meanwhile, he also figures out Grace isn't who she claims.
When Freddie won't leave town, Tommy's got to figure out a way to settle things down. For himself, for Ada, and for the sake of their business.
Campbell meets with Tommy after a big ruckus and a phone call from Winston Churchill.
Up against the East India Company worse than ever, James finds his own worries pale in comparison to those of his half-sister Zilpha at the moment.