- People needed someone that didn't require a warrant or shield to get things done. Call it a vigilante, or a superhero, call it what you will, but like it or not, I finally accepted that that someone had to be me.
Appearing in "You Know My Steez"
- Luke Cage (Carl Lucas) (Main story and flashback)
- Diamondback (Willis Stryker) (Main story and flashback)
- Harlem's Paradise
- James Lucas (Mentioned)
- Hammer Advanced Weapons Systems (Mentioned)
- Dave Griffith
- Soledad Temple
- Candace Miller (Death)
- Lonnie Wilson
- Farley (First appearance)
- Etta Lucas (Mentioned)
- Dana Stryker (Mentioned)
- Aisha Axton
- Matt Murdock (Mentioned)
- Damon Boone (Mentioned)
- Pop (Only in flashback)
- Mama Mabel (Mentioned)
- Rafael Scarfe (Mentioned)
- Cottonmouth (Cornell Stokes) (Only in flashback)
- Marshall Franco (First appearance)
- Marshall Johnson (First appearance)
- Colleen Wing (Name Only)
- Dr. Noah Burstein
Synopsis for "You Know My Steez"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The Gang Starr song the episode is named after is "You Know My Steez", from their album Moment of Truth. Like the song, the episode celebrates an individual (or a group) single-handedly rectifying a situation with their own style and ease.
- The episode features a musical performance of "100 Days, 100 Nights" by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings.
- Claire takes a contact number from a flier that's advertising self-defense lessons. The teacher of the class is Colleen Wing, who was later introduced in Marvel's Iron Fist.
- The outfit Misty wears in the final moments of the episode closely resembles her usual attire in the comics.
- Series showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker was planning to ask musician Prince to perform in this episode, but Prince passed away before the episode was filmed.
Character Actor Luke Cage Mike Colter Detective Misty Knight Simone Missick Shades Theo Rossi Diamondback / Willis Stryker Erik LaRay Harvey Claire Temple Rosario Dawson Councilwoman Mariah Dillard Alfre Woodard Soledad Temple Sonia Braga Bobby Fish Ron Cephas Jones Inspector Priscilla Ridley Karen Pittman Dr. Noah Burstein Michael Kostroff Thembi Wallace Tijuana Ricks Candace Miller Deborah Ayorinde Teenage Carl Lucas Clifton Cutrary Teenage Willis Stryker Jared Kemp Aisha Axton Ninja Devoe Dave Griffith Jeremiah Richard Craft Bailey Justin Swain Alex John Clarence Stewart Sergeant Jacob "Jake" Smith Lee Sellars ESU Lieutenant Mario Green P.J. Marshall Marshall Johnson Andre Jackson
Links and References
- ↑ Coker, Cheo Hodari (6 October 2016). The "Swear Jar" was for Prince. I was going to show him the first two episodes and convince him to play in episode 13.. Twitter. Retrieved on 31 October 2016.