In a fighting arena beneath the streets of the city Basra, Sinbad is brawling with an opponent, Raess, who keeps knocking him down. After eying his older brother Jamil, who still isn’t happy with the odds, Sinbad continues to let himself be beaten by Raess, who tells Sinbad he’s disgusted to have “his kind” in the city...Read the full recap
Tazeem: Let's not forget about how women feel about a man with a marked collar.
Jamil: How is that girl you've been seeing?
Tazeem: Oh, she said those magical words to me. "I think of you... like a brother."
Tazeem: (shoves Sinbad) Then she asked me about you, which was sickening.
Jamil: Try being related to him.
Jamil: I never get tired of this view. City as far as the eyes can see. So many people, so many possibilities. Did I tell you about my dream the other night?
Sinbad: Was it one where you just stop speaking for a moment?
Akbari: What does mercy truly mean? Is it a sign of strength or one of weakness? And then I think of your kind, breeding in the alleys like rats infesting our city. And the question of mercy falls into nothing.
Anwar: That doesn't look good.
Anwar: Yes, it might sting a little it.
Sinbad: You're meant to tell me that before you put it on, not after.
Anwar: Yes, good point.
Anwar: You saved our lives. Steering us through that wave and then diving below. Magnificent, really.
Sinbad: If I'd known you were going to talk so much, I wouldn't have bothered.
Jamil: Brother, relax. Take a deep breath and smile. There's a whole new world of adventure out there.