In the previous episode 8 of Hightown Season 2, Ray is on the verge of gaining all he wants, but he will need to maneuver things just right; Jackie has reached a fork in the road and decided how to proceed. What will happen after you’ve seen this episode? The first thing we tell you, only two episodes left. The next new episode will be the penultimate episode. You may receive a preview of Hightown Season 2 Episode 9 titled “Small Craft Warning” Synopsis at www.tvacute.com, which will help you understand the episode better.
Hightown Episode 209 Synopsis: Renee risks everything to change her world around. Alan sets a trap that covers the entire Cape.
Hightown Season 2 Cast
In addition to Raymund returning as Jackie Quiñones, James Badge Dale, Riley Voelkel, Amaury Nolasco, Atkins Estimond, and Dohn Norwood will all return in the upcoming season, which will also feature guest star Luis Guzmán as Frankie’s charming but deadly cousin Jorge Cuevas. Daisy will be played by Jona Xiao, Rafael Quinones will be played by Carlos Gómez, Petey will be played by Mark Boone Junior, Vernon will be played by Cecil Blutcher, and Janelle will be played by Crystal Lee Brown.
Hightown Season 2 Episode 9 Release Date
Hightown Season 2 Episode 9 will release on December 19th, 2021, at 9 PM ET/PM on STARZ in the U.S. and in Canada. It is expected to be around 59 minutes long. and the remaining episodes will be available to stream at the same time. The second season’s production began on November 19, 2020, and ended on April 2, 2021.
Hightown Season 2 Episode 8 Recap
Jackie wakes up on a nasty comedown in episode 8 of Hightown Season 2. She’s at Ray’s, and it doesn’t take long for Daisy to come up in conversation. Jackie is adamant about locating her, despite the fact that she is missing. She wants to immerse herself in her profession, oblivious to the excruciating pain of relapsing into the throes of addiction. Meanwhile, Renee is shaken as multiple gunshots pierce the air. Frankie begins teaching Frankie Jr (age 5) how to shoot outside in the garden. Renee is taken aback, but Frankie’s paranoia is worsening. He wants to learn how to defend himself, and he believes the best way to do it is to teach this 5-year-old how to fire a rifle. Whoever killed Jorge is on the hunt for Frankie, at least that’s what Frankie thinks.
Frankie, of course, sets out to uncover the weak link in the chain. He pays a visit to Osito, who isn’t happy that he has a new physio now that Janelle is gone. Frankie accuses him of the murder of Jorge. Osito scoffs and plays it straight, acknowledging he’s not to blame but that if it had been him, he would have left a letter with the body. Frankie pays Char a visit after that. He’s going to start driving her about, unclear if she’s involved in all of this. Frankie isn’t the only one looking into it; Jackie is still looking for Daisy. Jackie feels more certain than ever that Daisy is dead after speaking with her daughter.
Ray quickly realizes that he’s been messing around with Renee as Jackie relays this information to him. Renee’s information, on the other hand, is accurate, with a private jet meeting scheduled for 11 a.m. the next day. Jackie considers this a major victory and rushes over to Leslie that night to inform her. She agrees to set up an operation after considerable persuasion. Jackie apologizes to Leslie the next day during their stakeout. Leslie, on the other hand, acknowledges she’s sorry for what happened, but after catching Frankie, she recommends they go out for a drink together to bury the hatchet. When Frankie picks up Char, he bypasses the airport entirely and changes things up.
We discover out why when Frankie returns home. He discovered the tracker beneath Renee’s car. He’s well aware that the cops are after him, and he’ll do everything he can to avoid them. Renee and Ray end up taking that night, with Jackie pitching in to help. Renee pretends she knows nothing about Daisy, but when Ray forces her to join him under the false assumption that she does, everything goes to hell. Jackie rushes over to Alan’s house, but her unpredictable demeanor and reliance on Ray’s recommendations cause Alan to doubt her sobriety. In fact, he’s going to start doing weekly urine tests on her to ensure she’s clean. She hasn’t been, of course. Frankie will be waiting for Jackie when she returns home. He’s not alone, but this serves as a warning shot,