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Season three of Brotherhood continues the blue-collar saga of Providence, Rhode Island native sons Michael and Tommy Caffee. After winning his closely contested re-election campaign, Tommy is left as a subordinate to Speaker Donatello, which makes him contemplate leaving political life altogether.
Jason IsaacsJason ClarkeAnnabeth Gish
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  1. 1. Uneasy Lies the Head
    November 2 2008
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    Disgruntled about his demoted role under the Speaker, Tommy mulls over making a career change. Michael learns that Freddie is being released from prison, and Declan is offered an opportunity to launch a secret probe on government corruption. Rose attempts to hide her deteriorating health at her birthday party.
  2. 2. Things Badly Begun
    November 9 2008
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    Tommy strong-arms Mayor Panzarella for his support of a waterfront development deal but hits a roadblock due to Michael's business dealings. Rose investigates her mysterious ailment, and Eileen is passed over for promotion due to her pregnancy.
  3. 3. Let Rome into Tiber Melt
    November 16 2008
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    A fire kills several Latino squatters and a firefighter, leaving Tommy struggling with the political fallout. Colin's infatuation with Michael's girlfriend, Kath, begins to affect his work.
  4. 4. The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smooth
    November 23 2008
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    The Labor Day weekend has everyone focusing on their relationships. Tommy proposes an idea to Eileen on a new home away from the Hill, as Declan and Cassie go on romantic getaway only to uncover more issues in their already rocky marriage. An incident at Nozolli's barbeque has Michael growing more edgy and paranoid.
  5. 5. Give Me the Ocular Proof...
    November 30 2008
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    Panic at the statehouse as Declan's investigation raises an alarm, so Tommy tries to reconnect with Declan in hopes of getting him to share information. Rose learns the truth about her health and confides in Eileen. Tension builds between Michael and Colin as they work together on a heist with Freddie.
  6. 6. The Chimes at Midnight
    December 7 2008
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    Tommy's attempts to remove himself from politics hits a snag when Speak Donatello requests for his help. Declan learns of Tommy's involvement in the Waterfront Project, and dives deeper in his investigation. Rose's blossoming fondness for Colin fuels Michael's jealousy and paranoia over Colin and Kath.
  7. 7. All the Interim is Like a Phantasma
    December 14 2008
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    Kath and Colin worry about what Michael might be capable of if he becomes too suspicious of their relationship. Eileen goes stir crazy when she is confined to her bed for the duration of her pregnancy. Declan's investigation on the waterfront project is closing in on Tommy, and he looks to Michael for help.
  8. 8. Birnam Wood Come to Dunsinane
    December 21 2008
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    With the ailing condition of Speaker Donatello, Tommy is next in line for his chair, and Freddie works on getting on Tommy's good side. The Italian mob, the state police, and federal agents are all on the hunt for Michael while he is on his own personal mission to track down Colin.

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Ethan EmbryKevin ChapmanBrian F. O'ByrneFionnula Flanagan
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George BrennanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 August 2011
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not as good as the Wire, of course
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Not as good as The Wire, of course, and fatally unleavened by humour, but it will certainly be enjoyed by wireheads like me. Like the Wire it tells a story of crime and political corruption which is also a story of deindustrialisation and social atomisation. The Anglo-Irish semi-criminal characters are strongly drawn, excellently acted and for me entirely involving. If you regard Tammany Hall as a far lesser evil than the Tea Party you will be left with mixed feelings about its demise. Denied a fourth series the Third series concludes satisfactorily with an apotheosis for our corrupted hero. But this no bogus happy ending because you know he won't be able to do any good.
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MALCOLM ATKINSReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 December 2015
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Better than Sopranos and I thought that would be impossible. Next season please.
sheils 1Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 July 2012
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Brotherhood season 3
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It came very quickly in immaculate condition,quality is great, watched it not long after it arrived, could not wait to see it, great series
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S. L. KnightReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2014
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Five Stars
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GranddadReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 May 2014
3.0 out of 5 stars
Brotherhood series 3
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Have just finished watching this series this weekend and found it nowhere as good as the previous two series, especially the final episode, which we thought tended to fizzle out. Maybe the makers have left it so in order they may make another, would certainly hope so.
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Kirk McElhearnReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 January 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
A good, gritty series about bad people
This is one of those series where you need to feel comfortable with the characters in order to keep watching. The two main characters, brothers played by Jason Isaacs andJason Clarke, are both reprehensible in many ways, and the series goes through three seasons showing how the good brother - the politician - isn't that good, and how the bad brother - the gangster - is really a creep. But there is a great deal of good chemistry between the two, and, while Jason Isaacs' character comes off as a bit of a Sopranos wannabe, the series grabbed me and I binge-watched it over a couple of weeks. At the end of the third season, there is some sense of closure, and there's no feeling of being cheated with plot threads left unresolved. Definitely a series I'll watch again.
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