S2, EP8 "Ten Harlems"
Confronted with a betrayal in his ranks, Bumpy Johnson hunts for enemies within his Ten Harlems; the conflict between Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam escalates from threats to outright violence.
S2, EP7 "Man of the Year"
Before accepting a prestigious award, Bumpy Johnson contemplates the many contradictions in his life, and struggles to do what's best for his family; Chin Gigante learns a difficult truth about his daughter, Stella.
S2, EP6 "The Ballot or the Bullet"
Three Freedom Riders are murdered in Mississippi, and Bumpy Johnson wants justice, as well as a hedge against Federal investigation; Chin Gigante evades imprisonment with an "insanity" defense, and Malcolm X delivers his most fervent call to action.
S2, EP5 "It's a Small World After All"
An incident at the Geechee Club threatens to break up Bumpy and Chin's partnership; Adam Clayton Powell looks to end the filibuster on the Civil Rights Bill, even if it means playing dirty.
S2, EP4 "The Geechee"
An unlikely partnership proves to be extremely lucrative for Bumpy Johnson and Chin Gigante, but their success puts targets on their backs; Malcolm X fights off attacks on his character and his life.
S2, EP3 "The Fruit Stand Riot"
When innocent black teenagers and bystanders are savagely beaten and arrested by police, the Harlem community rallies to free them; Adam Clayton Powell and Mayme Johnson use peaceful protest, but Bumpy Johnson and Malcolm X prefer street justice.
S2, EP2 "Sting Like a Bee"
Bumpy Johnson wants to use his new French supplier to distribute to the Harlems of other major American cities; Malcolm X uses Cassius Clay to try to leverage himself back into favor with the Nation of Islam before the boxer's fight vs. Sonny Liston.
S2, EP1 "The French Connection"
After 3 months in hiding from Chin Gigante and the Italians, Bumpy Johnson takes action to lift the sanctions off his head; by forging new alliances with European suppliers, Bumpy aims to reunite with his family safely back in Harlem.