New Peaky Blinders Clip Released Ahead Of Third Episode This Sunday
Even better than that, why not watch Tommy Shelby arguing with a nun.
It seems as if some of the supposedly religious folk running the orphanage that Tommy set up bearing the name of his deceased wife, Grace, have been taking liberties.
In the clip, which lasts for nearly four minutes, Tommy and Polly can be seen taking the mother superior of the nuns to task about a whole heap of abuses they've been meting out to the children in their care.
At one stage, Tommy tells the nun: "There is God, and there is the Peaky Blinders."
With the mother superior refusing to repent for her crimes against the kids in her care, Tommy and Polly begin to lose patience with her, eventually smashing her glasses and declaring that they've got a broken view of the world.
True, as they appear to have bullied a black girl into committing suicide. Not very nice, even by Peaky Blinders standards.
Well, they'll not be doing it again with the backing of the Blinders, as Tommy announces to her that the Shelby family funding is withdrawn.
As the tense scene draws to a close, Polly loses her rag with the nun and pulls out a blade with which to threaten her.
Fairly standard behaviour from Polly, really. We'll have to see whether or not she decides to follow through on her threats.
So far this season, things are shaping up towards yet another titanic clash between rival gangs.
First off, Glasgow gangsters 'The Billy Boys' are in town, bringing a heady mix of religious bigotry and passion for violence to Small Heath.
They've already killed and crucified Bonnie Gold and maddened his father Aberama. They're on the way to move in on Shelby territory.
In Parliament, Tommy has encountered Oswald Mosley - an MP trying to whip together a new fascist party - and surely has trouble on his hands on that front.
As we reach the halfway point of this series, which could potentially be the show's penultimate outing, we're surely going to start getting a few answers soon.
Peaky Blinders is on BBC One at 9pm this Sunday evening.
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