'Power' season 4 episode 8 preview: 'It's Done'

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'Power'
Actors Joseph Sikora (L) and Omari Hardwick participate in the Starz "Power" panel at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California January 9, 2015. Reuters/David McNew

There is war coming in “Power” season 4 episode 8, which is promising to pile up bodies on both sides. James (Omari Hardwick) wants to live the life of a legitimate businessman, but certain events may draw him back in. The following article contains spoilers based on the preview video and synopsis.

James was forced to go into business with Simon Stern (Victor Garber) to pay off a large debt. But in the next episode, he will find out that the location of his new business is a gang-infested area. This situation will force him to team up with Tommy (Joseph Sikora) in order to clean up the area.

Tommy, on the other hand, will threaten to go to war with the Jimenez. In the preview video, he can be seen warning about a lot of dead bodies dropping on both sides.

While war rages on the one side, Tasha (Naturi Naughton) continues with her affair with Terry Silver (Brandon Victor Dixon). Things may become complicated as James will be in need of his lawyer’s help with these new set of problems he’s facing.

Meanwhile, Angela (Lela Loren) is building a team to collect evidence against the real killer of Greg (Andy Bean). Feeing the noose tighten around his neck, Mike Sandoval (David Fumero) will desperately try once more to pin the murder on someone else.

The prosecution team was suspended for the way they suppressed evidence and handled the case against James, so they are trying to find a way to wipe this stain off their records. Chief among them is John Mak (Sung Kang).

The preview video shows John Mak monitoring a situation in a surveillance van, and later ordering his men to go. A team of FBI agents with guns drawn, are shown breaking into a room. Will Mike finally get caught?

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