Season 1 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 11
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 11
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Brotherhood Season 1 (2006)
|1x01 Mark 8:36 |
State representative Tommy Caffee ends up getting blackmailed for government contracts by the local mob boss right after his brother Michael returns to Providence after being on the ...
|Jul. 09, 2006|
|1x02 Genesis 27:29 |
In an attempt to take over a neighborhood store, Michael leans on a merchant by playing a game of Russian roulette with her mentally challenged brother; Tommy wheels and deals behind ...
|Jul. 16, 2006|
|1x03 Matthew 13:57 |
A garbageman strike is stinking up the city and it looks like Tommy may have to get down and dirty with the party political machine to help reach a settlement; Michael tries to recruit ...
|Jul. 23, 2006|
|1x04 Matthew 5:6 |
Rose's regular Sunday family dinner is interrupted by gun-wielding Treasury agents on the trail of counterfeit currency that is being passed around town; Michael, who doesn't “point ...
|Jul. 30, 2006|
|1x05 Matthew 12:25 |
The governor wants Tommy to introduce a bill that would tear down houses on the Hill and gain some jobs, and Tommy sees a chance to make some money out of the deal; Michael faces off ...
|Aug. 06, 2006|
|1x06 Samyutta 11.10 |
Michael does an unexpected favor for Declan's cop partner; Tommy sees a lucrative reward for helping a black minister with a zoning problem; Michael catches Mary Rose smoking some Mary ...
|Aug. 13, 2006|
|1x07 Genesis 27:39 |
Despite his misgivings, Tommy teams with Michael to save a rundown local movie palace; Pete falls off the wagon, but gets help getting back on; Eileen confides her transgressions to ...
|Aug. 20, 2006|
|1x08 Job 31:5-6 |
Rose plans a surprise birthday party for Michael while he's in New Jersey with an old girlfriend doing a job for Freddie; Tommy plays dirty politics in a bid to become Majority Leader; ...
|Aug. 27, 2006|
|1x09 Ecclesiastes 7:2 |
A suicidal jump from a highway overpass causes a bus crash that kills passengers returning to the Hill from a New England Patriots game. Michael discovers a surprising secret about ...
|Sep. 10, 2006|
|1x10 Vivekachudamani :51 |
The ne'er-do-well Caffee patriarch turns up. He's in a financial jam and threatens to sell Rose's house unless Tommy and Michael help him clear up his $200,000 debt. Meanwhile, Pete ...
|Sep. 17, 2006|
|1x11 Matthew 22:10 |
Michael is targeted for a hit; Marty Trio wears a wire to get evidence against Freddie; a double-dealing U.S. attorney aims to nail both Tommy and Michael; Declan suspects his partner ...
|Sep. 24, 2006|
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Season 1 Quotes
|Season 1 / Episode 4: - Matthew 5:6|
Tommy Caffee: If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, if you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, but make allowance for their doubting, too. If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools or see the things you gave your life to broken and stoop and build them up with worn out tools. If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue or walk with kings, nor lose the common touch, if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, if all men count with you, but none too much. If you can fill the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds worth of distance run, yours is the earth and everything that's in it. And which is more, you'll be a man, my son.
|Season 1 / Episode 9: - Ecclesiastes 7:2|
Tommy Caffee: I knocked, but no answer.
Peggy Fitzgerald: [working in the garden] That's 'cause no one's home.
Tommy Caffee: Well, that's funny because both your cars are here. Is he inside?
Peggy Fitzgerald: Not that you would know.
Tommy Caffee: And if I asked to use your bathroom?
Peggy Fitzgerald: I'd tell you that the toilet exploded just this morning.
Tommy Caffee: How about a glass of water?
Peggy Fitzgerald: Sink exploded, too.
Tommy Caffee: Then you're in luck 'cause I'm an excellent plumber.
Peggy Fitzgerald: Ah, but you're not union, and we only use union labor. You have very flirty eyes.
Tommy Caffee: Listen. I really need to speak to Judd.
Peggy Fitzgerald: Help yourself. He'll rip your heart out and throw it in the river. But if you wanna charge the den of a raging lion... You really don't know what you did wrong, do you?
Tommy Caffee: He wanted a favor and I said no.
Peggy Fitzgerald: He wanted a personal favor.
Tommy Caffee: Yeah, but it would have been illogical for me to say yes.
Peggy Fitzgerald: Logic is business. He wouldn't have minded if you turned down a business favor. A personal favor - - that's no logic. In fact, there's no reason in the world why you should agree to a personal favor. That's what makes it personal.
Tommy Caffee: [pauses] . All right. [He walks away]
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