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"Duck and Cover" is the fifth episode of Season Two of The Man in the High Castle, and the fifteenth episode of the series overall. This episode, along with the rest of the season, was made available for streaming on Amazon Video on December 16th, 2016.
Joe learns a truth about his past that makes him question everything. The rift between Frank and Ed widens as Frank is drawn further into the Resistance. In order to assure her safety, Juliana must betray someone close to her.
Tagomi finds himself in front of a house in the 'other' place. His long-dead wife answers the door, apologizes, and then leaves for work. Inside he finds food left for him as wells as divorce papers awaiting his signature while the news on the television talks about the Cuban missile crisis. Tagomi inspects a US dollar.
Juliana meets George Dixon in person. She warns him of the contents of the film she saw back in San Francisco and about what the Man in the High Castle had told her. He, in turn, informs her that he's struck a deal to save her from the rebellion; John Smith's life for hers.
Joe travels with his father, Reichsminister Martin Heusmann, to a long-abandoned maternity hospital and learns that he was Lebensborn. His father alleges that his mother kidnapped him and went to America before the war, thus justifying his absence from Joe's early life. Angry at the thought of his mother having lied to him, Joe refuses to believe him and storms off.
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|Season 1|| The New World • Sunrise • The Illustrated Woman • Revelations • The New Normal • Three Monkeys • Truth •|
End of the World • Kindness • A Way Out
|Season 2||The Tiger's Cave • The Road Less Traveled • Travelers • Escalation • Duck and Cover • Kintsugi • Land O' Smiles • Loose Lips • Detonation • Fallout|
|Season 3|| Now More Than Ever, We Care About You • Imagine Manchuria • Sensô Kôi • Sabra • The New Colossus •|
History Ends • Excess Animus • Kasumi (Through the Mists) • Baku • Jahr Null