Treme - Season 1 Episodes
Treme - Season 1
From the creators of The Wire(R) comes Season One of this HBO drama series that follows the residents--musicians, teachers, restauranteurs, radio deejays, community leaders--of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
“Treme: Beyond Bourbon Street”
“Do You Know What It Means?”
A New Orleans neighborhood celebrates its first second-line “parade” since Katrina, reuniting many of its musicians and residents, though many more have yet to return.
“Meet De Boys on the Battlefront”
Albert (Clarke Peters) takes the law into his own hands; LaDonna (Khandi Alexander) gets news about her missing brother.
“Right Place, Wrong Time”
Albert makes a shocking discovery; Davis (Steve Zahn) barters freedom for piano lessons; Antoine (Wendell Pierce) hits rock bottom; Annie (Lucia Micarelli) gets a birthday gig.
“At The Foot of Canal Street”
While Antoine (Wendell Pierce) heads to Baton Rouge for a holiday visit with his sons, LaDonna (Khandi Alexander) and Toni (Melissa Leo) probe a case of mistaken identity in New Orleans; Sonny (Michael Huisman) takes a gig in Texas, leaving Annie (Lucia Micarelli) behind; Albert (Clarke Peters) accepts a dinner invitation from Darius’ (Marc John Jeffries) aunt Lula (Tarra M. Riggs); Delmond (Rob Brown) considers a tour offer; Davis (Steve Zahn) and Creighton (John Goodman) decide to take their angst to the masses; Albert’s Indians bury their Wild Man.
“Shame, Shame, Shame”
Albert presses Councilman Ron Singleton (Kerrell Antonio) to reopen housing projects; Davis enlists some top local musicians to cut a campaign CD; a Japanese jazz fan does a good turn for Antoine; Janette (Kim Dickens) cooks for four celebrity chefs; Annie fails to embrace Sonny’s house guest; the city celebrates the return of displaced residents with a second-line parade.
“Shallow Water, Oh Mama”
Toni tracks down a former cop in search of clues about Daymo; Davis raises his profile on the streets and on TV; Delmond tours while Antoine toils; Janette considers suspending operations; Albert vents about the lack of tribe lodging; Sonny crosses a line with Annie; the Bernettes make a splash at the Krewe du Vieux parade.
“Smoke My Peace Pipe”
A judge’s ultimatum gives hope to LaDonna and Toni; Albert makes a stand and pays the price; Antoine gets an airport gig but loses a mentor; Davis scores a get-out-of-jail pass; Janette takes her cooking skills on the road; Annie auditions for a Cajun gig.
“All On A Mardi Gras Day”
As New Orleans gears up for its first Fat Tuesday since Katrina, Albert (Clarke Peters) is sent a less-than-celebratory message by the NOPD. Sonny (Michael Huisman) leaves Annie (Lucia Micarelli) to her own devices; LaDonna (Khandi Alexander) puts her bad news on hold; the Bernettes make a Mardi Gras appearance, though Creighton’s (John Goodman) heart isn’t really in it.
“Wish Someone Would Care”
Davis (Steve Zahn) concocts a remedy for the post-Mardi Gras blues; Annie makes a decision that Sonny takes personally; Janette’s (Kim Dickens) latest chef’s gig gets bogged down; Antoine (Wendell Pierce) becomes LaDonna’s unexpected benefactor; Colson (David Morse) warns Albert to avoid trouble on St. Joseph’s night; Creighton is inspired by a classic novel set in old New Orleans.
“I'll Fly Away”
Toni’s (Melissa Leo) concerns about Creighton turn to anger; Albert and the Indians suit up for St. Joseph’s night; Antoine gambles away a big payday; Davis tries to convince Janette to stay put; Annie weighs her future options. A funeral procession offers its mourners a chance to reflect on the events of the last year in New Orleans.