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RIPPER STREET Review: “Edmund Reid Did This”

Ripper Street The past has come to haunt Reid and Drake as they untangle the web of lies and cover-ups of Augustus Dove on the season finale of Ripper Street, but how many dead will there before they can put the Whitechapel killer behind bars?

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RIPPER STREET Review: “No Wolves In Whitechapel”

Ripper Street When Reid, Drake, and Jackson discover the murdered body of Thomas, it throws a past investigation into disarray and makes Drake question his complacency in future murders. In the Ripper Street fourth season penultimate episode, everything comes to a head, but who will survive it?

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RIPPER STREET Review: “Men Of Iron, Men Of Smoke”

Ripper Street The boys on Ripper Street investigate the death of a beloved footballer (soccer to Americans) while Susan dreams of escaping her hidden life with one big heist.

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RIPPER STREET Review: “A White World Made Red”

Ripper StreetFrom the opening scene featuring Matilda reading Dracula by candlelight, to the woman in the foggy London night waiting for a ghostly child to lead her to whatever fate awaits her, this episode is drenched in supernatural possibilities.

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RIPPER STREET Review: “Some Conscience Lost”

Ripper Street Reid begins his new life in Whitechapel with Matilda on Ripper Street, while working as an inspector for the police under Drake. When a young boy dies in his arms, it brings up past experiences with his wife as the case touches a personal nerve.

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RIPPER STREET Review: “The Strangers Home Part 2”

Ripper Street Reid continues his investigation into Isaac Blume, as a rival inspector throws a wrench into Drake’s investigation of the murdered Indian Man on Ripper Street. With time running out, and his legal options diminished, can Jackson find a way to save Susan?

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RIPPER STREET Review: “The Strangers’ Home Part 1”

Ripper Street No matter how hard Reid tries to get out, Whitechapel keeps pulling him back in on Ripper Street. A lot has changed in Reid’s three year absence, and though he and his daughter Matilda have left London behind, it continues to draw them both back. Life has moved on in Whitechapel without Reid, can he so simply reintegrate himself back in?

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