|"A Fixer of Sorts"|
|Season 3, Episode 3|
|Air date||January 23, 2015|
|Written by||Justin Britt-Gibson|
|Directed by||Magnus Martens|
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"A Fixer of Sorts" is the third episode of the third season of Banshee and, therefore, the twenty-third episode of the series overall. It aired on January 23, 2015. The episode is written by Justin Britt-Gibson and directed by Magnus Martens.
Lucas' secret is threatened when he’s arrested by FBI Special Agent Robert Phillips, but both men end up at the mercy of Raymond Brantley, a mob kingpin with a deadly mobile agenda. Against Chayton’s orders, Tommy Littlestone spearheads a second strike against Proctor at a local gentlemen’s club. A revenge-minded Nola Longshadow mixes it up with Burton at Proctor’s mansion.
Seeking justice for her brother's murder, Nola Longshadow appears in front of Proctor's house and attempts to kill Burton so that she could proceed with killing Kai and Rebecca. Burton is able to kill her by ripping her throat out, though he is severely injured during the fight.
Sugar and Job take the next step in their heist-planning by scoping out a security company in Sterling, Virginia. Gordon Hopewell cleans up, but nonetheless clashes with Carrie after a conference with one of Deva's teachers.
Disappointed in the Redbones' failure at Proctor’s mansion, Tommy Littlestone spearheads a second strike at Proctor against his brother Chayton's orders. This time, an attack at The Savoy Gentlemen's Club wraps up the Banshee deputies, who scramble to respond without their M.I.A. sheriff. In the chaos, Billy Raven reluctantly shoots and kills Tommy.
Special Agent Robert Phillips arrests Lucas and plans to take him to New York City, but Lucas gets free and subdues him; only for Brantley to abduct them both. In an office built on a tractor trailer, Brantley tortures Lucas and interrogates him about the whereabouts of Jason Hood. Then, after his men take Phillips away to be executed, Lucas turns the tables on Brantley, sending him to a grisly end under the wheels of his rolling office. Racing back home, a pang of conscience leads Lucas to detour and save the doomed Phillips, killing his would-be murderers. Phillips admits that he was wrong about Lucas being a part of his investigation and lets him leave as both an apology and in gratitude, but not before revealing that he has planted a bombshell with Siobhan Kelly that could destroy everything.