“City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8.” In season 3 episode 7 titled ‘Boston Bridges, Falling Down’, Jackie finds the man responsible for his shooting. Sinclair learns of the investigation against him and takes the necessary steps. Siobhan scores a massive and much-needed victory and Chris deals with his rebellious teenage son. Now, know about City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8.
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8: Aired Date
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8 will be aired on September 25, 2022, on ShowtimeNetwork. New episodes come down every Sunday, and each has a watching time of 55 minutes.
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8: Synopsis
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8, Turns out Jackie was right about who came after him. They were indeed Italian, but not for the reasons Jackie thought. Most of the mafia members are still behind bars.
This left their children with no small amount of resentment towards Jackie. But in the end, they didn’t go after Jackie alone. City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 8.
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 7: Recap
City on a Hill Season 3 Episode 7 opens with Jen having sex with Doyle. Jackie is still in the hospital so he doesn’t know she’s not home. The relationship that Jen and Jackie’s share seems to have become one of compromise and resentment. Since it’s almost always Jen who has to compromise, she’s the only one who’s really upset in the relationship. Jen begins a relationship with Doyle as he is the first person in a long time to see her as a person.
Meanwhile, Siobhan continues to deal with her recurring trauma and tries to secure the future of her client Hernando Mendoza and his family. She asks Ward for help and goes to talk to a corrupt civil servant. The Irish mob, who are intrinsically involved in the Big Dig, try to threaten Siobhan, but she refuses to back down and ends up securing a nine-million-dollar settlement for her client.
After discovering she has a half-brother, Jen hires a private detective who reports days later. Her half-brother is named Joe, as is her father. P.I. reveals that Joe Jr. is currently a patient in a psychiatric facility in Vermont. P.I. also tells her that Jen’s half-brother has severe bipolar disorder.
Ever since his wife left the marriage, Chris has struggled with his loneliness. He now works for the state attorney’s office, but that hasn’t solved his marital problems. And now his son is mad at him because his refusal to leave the police force makes Chris’ estranged wife cry. After learning about this, Ward talks to Chris’ son in an attempt to show him how remarkable his father is.
The case Ward and Jackie try to build against Sinclair hits another hurdle when Sinclair’s only victim is still alive and in Boston refuses to testify. Chris joins the investigation and tries to talk to the staff in the Dryden household, finding them fiercely loyal to Sinclair. Ward realizes that the law enforcement officer who threatened the victim on Sinclair’s behalf may not have been a police officer.
The victim is a Russian immigrant and probably didn’t realize she wasn’t talking to an ordinary police officer, but to an FBI agent. This is the more likely scenario since Dryden was the regional head of the FBI. This leads Jackie to find out exactly who was sent to threaten the young girl.
Jackie gathers evidence by placing a video camera in Sinclair’s office and recording footage of Sinclair talking to the aforementioned agent. He eventually quits his job as a security officer for the Drydens. Jackie tries to convince Letitia to leave Sinclair, but she first tries to convince him to marry her and then threatens him. The episode ends with Ward finding Sinclair in Guy Dan’s office.