The CW has released the official synopsis for "The Book of Occupation: Chapter Four," the October 28 episode of Black Lightning. In the episode, some of the big changes impacting Freeland are coming to a head while both daughters are facing surprising challenges of thei own. Throughout the first few episodes of the season, stresses on the family have been mounting, with synopses released last week alluding to a potentially serious rift between Lynn and Jefferson, who had been doing well together last season. This week's episode is less about that, but says that Lynn is putting herself under huge pressure to find a solution to what's troubling the city.
"If you think about that very last beat of season 2 when Odell came in, he basically dropped a bomb in their lives" series star Christine Adams, who plays Lynn, told us. "That’s bound to cause a strain in the relationship and it’s going to dig into some old wounds: 'this is why we never should have gone back down this road.' And at the same time, he’s sort of blaming her for the whole Green Light thing. So they’re at loggerheads."
You can check out the official synopsis below.
CHALLENGES ABOUND – Jefferson (Cress Williams) faces new challenges due to the shocking state of Freeland. Lynn (Christine Adams) finds herself under intense pressure as she desperately tries to find a solution to the continuing crisis in Freeland. Meanwhile, Anissa (Nafessa Williams) continues her work at the clinic. Lastly, Jennifer (China-Anne McLain) finds her confidence shaken. The episode was written by Adam Giaudrone and directed Mary Lou Belli.
Black Lightning airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. "The Book of Occupation: Chapter Four" will debut on October 28.
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