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Taglines: Before he was Barack, he was As their love interest grows, Barry continues to wonder about his place in society, New York, and the condition of other black people in the city.
The next day Charlotte and Barry go on a date in Central Park, and later that day after playing basketball within Columbia, Barry grabs lunch with PJ, who tells him he's majoring in finance and hopes to work at the New York Stock Exchange in Wall Street.
Barry refuses and Charlotte then asks him to meet them later on at her sister's wedding. Finally, Barry accepts.
Du Bois to witnessing a vulgar confrontation between a white woman and a group of black Israelites. Later in the park, he attempts to write a long, overdue letter to his father in Kenya but struggles to find the words.
Charlotte asks a lot of questions of Ann about Barry's father and childhood as she is frustrated that Barry kept so much of his private life to himself.
That night, Barry and his mom see a movie and walk around Central Park where he discloses to her that he is unsure about his place in New York and where he feels he should belong.
Ann tries her best to reassure him, but the answers leave him unsatisfied. The next day, Barry is invited to a private club and are welcomed by Charlotte's parents Kathy and Bill and enjoys a nice dinner with them.
Barry explains his early life to Charlotte's parents — his mixed race parents, their backgrounds, and his living situation in Hawaii, Indonesia and California, but Charlotte feels closed-off as Barry rarely discloses anything personal to her.
While walking home Barry and Charlotte have an aggressive and potentially violent confrontation with a friend of his neighbor's, who resents his presence in the neighborhood and views Barry as an elitist.
The following morning, Barry and Charlotte are walking in Harlem when Barry begins to feels uncomfortable as people are surprised to see him with a white woman.
At lunch this anxious feeling continues as Barry explains to Charlotte that everybody is looking at him. They have an argument which ends with Charlotte saying to Barry that she loves him.
Barry, surprised, only responds "thank you", then leaves to go play basketball. The following day, Barry is invited by PJ and the people in his basketball group to attend a party in Harlem.
At the party, Barry learns about New York's housing projects and the treatment reserved to the lower classes. Barry also meets an attractive woman named Denise and is then punched in the face by Denise's boyfriend, who thought that Barry was attempting to seduce her.
As Barry leaves the party drunk, he returns to campus only to be racially profiled by security guard Eddie and asked to show his ID to confirm he's a student.
Barry begins to get into an angry argument with Eddie, but Thad, a white classmate from his political science class who is openly holding a beer can, intervenes.
Frustrated by Thad's personality and his lack of acknowledgement of the double standards around him, Barry calls Thad an asshole and then goes to Charlotte's apartment where he attempts to hook-up with her.
Charlotte refuses when she sees the wound on his face and tries to comfort him. While sitting on her bed looking at pictures she took of him, Barry gets in a fight with Charlotte and questions their relationship until Charlotte goes to sleep and leaves him alone.
A few days later on the day of Charlotte's sister's wedding, Barry receives a phone call. He learns that his father has died in a car accident Shocked, Barry doesn't talk to Charlotte about it while they are on their way to her sister's wedding and becomes very closed off when Charlotte tries to understand what Barry is keeping to himself.
Barry tracks the target to an acting class taught by famed coach and author Gene Cousineau. Ryan convinces Barry to perform a scene with him and, despite how poorly it goes, invites him to a bar with the other students where Barry takes an interest in actress Sally Reed.
Barry drives a drunk Ryan home, which is witnessed by Noho Hank, the Chechen second-in-command.
The next day Fuches arrives, and tells Barry that the Chechens will kill them both if Barry does not follow through with killing Ryan.
That night Barry finds Gene, who tells Barry that he is a terrible actor. An impassioned Barry tells Gene that he is a hitman but wants a different life.
Gene, believing the confession is an improvised performance, is impressed enough to give Barry another shot at his class. Barry decides to follow through on Ryan's hit, only to find Ryan already dead and the Chechens prepared to shoot him, too.
Barry shoots the Chechens and flees the scene unaware that their lipstick camera has filmed the assassination.
Shortly after, while hiding out at a nearby diner, Barry learns that the waitress is an actress, and he tells her he is also an actor.
LAPD detectives investigate the murders of Ryan and the Chechen mobsters and discover a lipstick camera left by Hank, only to be repeatedly stumped at how it works.
Barry and Fuches are kidnapped by the Chechens, and Fuches is tortured via tooth-filing until Barry reluctantly agrees to carry out one last hit on an informant.
Gene informs his class that Ryan has been murdered. Gene's students plan an on-stage memorial service for Ryan, where all members will perform a piece in his honor.
Sally asks Barry to perform a scene from Doubt , the last piece she and Ryan performed together in the class. At the service, Gene has Ryan's father show up, who delivers an impassioned speech.
The speech causes Barry significant distress because he has never before seen the grief and pain he has inflicted on people who knew Barry's victims.
At the last minute Barry declines to perform the Doubt piece because he is still shaken from the encounter with Ryan's father. Barry walks Sally home at which time she expresses her desire to have sex with him.
To Sally's surprise Barry declines her advances and rushes off. From afar, a Chechen takes photos of Sally.
Pazar's new assassin, Stovka, arrives and is instructed to kill Barry and Fuches once Barry returns. Fuches attempts to talk Stovka out of killing him, and Stovka ends up killing himself instead.
Barry helps Sally prepare for an audition, where Sally learns the lead actress is a former friend she had worked with on a failed TV series.
Sally is devastated by the other actress' success and cries during her audition. Barry prepares to take out Paco but is interrupted by a phone call from Sally, who vents about her problems and begs him to come over.
Barry misses his chance to kill Paco with a sniper rifle, and is forced to break into his house and strangle him to death.
Barry then goes to Sally's house, where they have sex and Barry daydreams about a happy life with her.
Sarah Solemani. Barry reconnects with Chris, an old military friend. Fuches gives Barry his next job: to raid a Bolivian stash house, but Barry believes it to be too dangerous and backs out.
Sally prepares for an audition with her agent; she rejects his sexual advances, and he claims he was only joking. At the audition, Sally is told by the casting assistant that her agent does not represent her and is sent home; devastated, Sally cries in her car.
Detective Moss meets with Gene at a restaurant, expecting pertinent information about the case; realizing it is actually a date, she stays anyway.
Police techs manage to unlock the lipstick camera, revealing footage of a tall, unrecognizable figure who, unbeknownst to them, is Barry.
At a party, Barry presents Sally with an expensive new laptop as a gift, but she is made uncomfortable by the extravagant gift from a man she barely knows.
Barry invites Chris, who brings two other rowdy Marines, Vaughn and Taylor. Barry continues to misinterpret his relationship with Sally.
He refers to her as his girlfriend when speaking with the Marines that Chris brought along and they tell him to assert himself and tell the man Sally is chatting with to back off.
He does so, which angers Sally as she does not like being treated like property. After the party, Taylor finds Barry's intel on the stash house raid, and tells Barry he wants in.
Sally suggests to Barry that they should take a break from each other, only to immediately discover they have been cast as scene partners in the Shakespeare showcase.
Detective Moss returns to the acting class and re-interviews three men, including Barry, who could match the photo of the tall, unrecognizable figure from the lipstick camera.
Barry provides an alibi with the help of Fuches, who tells him to kill Taylor once the raid is done; Barry reluctantly agrees despite his qualms about killing a fellow Marine.
The acting class discusses the morality of Macbeth and Barry, feeling the moral weight of his profession, has an emotional outburst, yelling at the class, "I've killed people.
I should just go blow my brains out? Gene replies, "If you kill outside of war, you're a fucking psycho. Then you're irredeemable.
The next morning, Barry meets with Fuches, who is happy to see Barry alive. Taylor soon joins, revealing Barry did not follow Fuches' advice.
Barry and Fuches survey a desert airstrip where the Bolivian drug lord Cristobal Sifuentes is set to land, and Fuches tells Barry he wants Taylor gone.
At the stash house, Pazar tells Vacha to stop photographing Barry; Vacha wants revenge because Barry killed his brother. After spending the night with Gene, Detective Moss tells him their relationship crosses a line, as she is investigating his class.
At Taylor's apartment, Barry tells him he could take over Barry's job and work for Fuches, but Taylor tells Barry he should just kill Fuches.
Without Barry's knowledge, Taylor stuffs money stolen from the stash house into Barry's backpack. At acting class, Barry finds the money and hides it in the bathroom ceiling.
Vacha arrives at the class and follows Sally to her car, but bumps into Moss, who has come to rekindle her relationship with Gene.
Vacha runs and Moss eventually kills him in a shootout. Moss shows other officers the cash hidden in the bathroom. Barry tells Taylor he will do the job alone, but Taylor arrives with Vaughn and Chris to bum-rush the airstrip, having followed advice he found in Barry's copy of Gene's book.
They drive to the airfield, but are ambushed by gunfire. Liz Sarnoff. Barry and Chris are the only survivors of the bum-rush.
After Chris kills a Bolivian gang member, the two escape the airfield and return to Los Angeles.
Going immediately to rehearsal, Barry gives poor line delivery and is berated by Sally and Gene. The Chechens receive a call from their Bolivian assassination target, Cristobal Sifuentes, who says that there was no need for violence as he would have gladly shared the stash house with them, and declares war on the Chechens.
Moss learns that there were Marines involved with the hit on the Bolivians and realizes that Barry is her mystery suspect, despite coincidental evidence that convinces the police otherwise.
Chris, visibly shaken after the morning's events, tells Barry that he intends to go to the police to clear his conscience. Finding this unacceptable, Barry kills Chris and begins to suffer an emotional breakdown.
Arriving late to the class' Shakespeare night, Barry delivers his single line with such emotional intensity that the audience becomes captivated and Sally gets a confidence boost, impressing an agent she had invited.
Barry takes his share of the money from Fuches before assaulting him and telling him that he's done with his life of crime. Fuches tells Pazar that Barry is alive and should be killed, but Pazar prepares to kill Fuches instead.
Hank takes over leadership of the Chechens and organizes with the Bolivians. Moss discovers Ryan's copy of Gene's book in Taylor's apartment, believing the two had teamed up to bait the Chechens and Bolivians into war.
The LAPD discover Barry's massacre and conclude the Bolivians were responsible, closing the case and posthumously staining Ryan's reputation.
Barry rejoins the acting class, and starts a relationship with Sally. A few weeks later, Gene invites Barry, Sally and Moss to his country home, where Moss becomes suspicious of Barry after learning he goes by his stage name "Barry Block".
Her suspicion is further propelled when Gene tells Moss of the monologue Barry gave about being a hitman — and confirmed when she discovers a link between Barry, Chris, and Taylor on Facebook.
Barry begs her not to pursue things further. When she refuses, Barry retrieves a hidden gun and shots ring out; it is unclear whether Moss survived.
Barry returns to the still-sleeping Sally, and declares, yet again, that his criminal life is over. A few weeks following Moss' disappearance, the police close the case citing a lack of leads, sending Gene even further into a grief-stricken withdrawal from life.
Upon returning to class after a long absence, Gene declares that the upcoming play is cancelled and that he intends to end the class permanently.
Barry convinces Gene to continue the class by telling the story of the first time he killed as a Marine.
NoHo Hank finds his flourishing partnership with Cristobal threatened by Esther, the Burmese gang leader that the Bolivians want to bring into the operation.
Hank also finds himself facing an assassination attempt from his family back in Chechnya due to his failure to kill Pazar's assassin.
Hank claims that Esther was responsible for Pazar's death in an attempt to protect Barry. Hank goes to Barry for help, but Barry is furious with him for approaching him in public and turns him away.
Later, Hank approaches Barry once more and reminds him that Barry owes him for saving his life, and threatens to kill Barry if he does not carry out a hit on Esther.
Meanwhile, Fuches's unsuccessful attempt to replace Barry back in Cleveland has backfired spectacularly, causing him to get arrested.
Unbeknownst to him, his DNA is matched to a missing tooth found at the scene of Pazar's murder.
Loach, grief-stricken over the loss of Moss, discovers this and quickly connects Fuches to Barry, surmising that Barry is the man in the grainy lipstick camera footage.
Hank enlists Barry to kill Esther, but Barry is reluctant to return to a life of killing. Gene, inspired by Barry's tale of his first kill, tasks the acting class with writing and performing a short piece that perfectly encapsulates their own personal truth.
Barry, not wanting his "truth" to be death, convinces Gene to let him tell the story of the day they met. However, after attempting to reconnect with his estranged son Leo, an organic farmer, Gene realizes that he is too self-absorbed and tells Barry that he must tell the Afghanistan story.
Sally has found minor success under her new agents, but becomes frustrated with the small and insignificant parts she keeps getting cast in.
Her agent, Lindsay, urges her to bide her time until the perfect role comes along. Loach tracks down Fuches in Ohio, and convinces him to return to Los Angeles and elicit a confession from Barry in order to keep himself out of jail.
Barry finds himself unable to carry out the hit on Esther, and narrowly escapes from the furious Burmese mob. Barry finds Fuches waiting for him upon returning home, and angrily rebuffs him while a frustrated Loach watches from a surveillance van.
Sally has decided to tell the story of the night she left her abusive ex-husband, Sam, but is unable to confront the fact that she never stood up to him.
Unwilling to come across as weak, she writes a version of the story that paints her in a stronger light.
Hank attempts to kill Barry after finding out about the failed hit on Esther. However, his sniper misses several times and is shot in the shoulder by Barry, who is furious that they attacked his apartment while Sally was there.
Hank, terrified of being sent back to Chechnya, urges Barry to just kill him. However, Barry offers instead to train the Chechen men so that Hank can take down the Burmese himself and return to his partnership with Cristobal while Barry's debt to Hank is paid.
Barry decides to tell a different story about the war, in which he saved his friend Albert while serving in Koregal. However, he struggles with painting himself in a positive light, and laments the fact that he has no one to talk about his experiences with.
Barry is once again approached by Fuches, but this time he welcomes him and asks for advice about how to tell the Korengal story.
Fuches advises him against it, and the two have an emotional reconnection while an increasingly frustrated Loach looks on.
At the acting class, Barry expresses reluctance at having to choke Sally while playing the role of her ex-husband. Sally and Gene berate him to try and get him in the right headspace, but Barry storms out.
Sally follows and tries to reason with him, but quickly shuts down when she realizes her ex-husband Sam has shown up in L.
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