Sam involves the Dickinson home bearing the information of John Brown’s raid at Harpers Ferry on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the brand new episode of ‘Dickinson.’ Sam predicts a civil battle as a nervous Austin seems on.
The penultimate episode of Dickinson season 2 drops Feb. 19, and HollywoodLife has an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the episode. A really excited Sam (a bit of too excited, no?) exhibits as much as inform the Dickinson males in regards to the “completely loopy information popping out of Virginia” for the time being. He reveals John Brown tried to raid Harpers Ferry, which piques Edward’s curiosity.
“The man thinks of himself as some sort of biblical prophet,” Sam (Finn Jones) says. He provides that John Brown has “all of the makings of a star.” Austin (Adrian Blake Enscoe) presses for extra details about the raid.
“Nicely, seems he fashioned a ragtag little military and tried to raid the federal arsenal down at Harpers Ferry,” Sam explains. “I’m instructed his plan was to instigate an enormous slave revolt within the South.” Now Austin is nervous. “Did it work?” he asks. Sam replies, “In fact not. It was a complete sh*t present. Most of his males have been killed. The remainder of them, together with Brown, will probably be in custody quickly. Brown will probably be hanged for treason. I wouldn’t be stunned if this heats issues up all the best way to a civil battle.”
Edward (Toby Huss) believes there’s no manner a civil battle will occur. “Cooler heads will prevail,” Edward says. Sam doesn’t assume so. “This nation’s a tinder field, and this may very well be the match that lights it,” Sam tells Edward.
In the end, Sam thinks this entire scenario may truly be “good for us.” That’s when Austin intervenes to ask what which means. “Conflict sells papers, my buddy. Conflict sells papers,” Sam stresses.
As everyone knows, a civil battle is strictly what occurs. The American Civil Conflict breaks out in 1861 and lasts till 1865. The present has been constructing as much as the breakout of battle. Austin has been serving to Henry and Hattie print their abolitionist paper, The Constellation. Within the earlier episode, Henry revealed that the cash from the paper gross sales was being despatched to John Brown.
The title of the episode is “I Like a Look of Agony.” The brand new episode of Dickinson drops Feb. 19 on Apple TV+.