Appearing in "DWYCK"
- Luke Cage (Main story and flashback) (Apparent death)
- Diamondback (Willis Stryker) (Main story and flashback)
- Harlem's Paradise
- Domingo Colon
- Dr. Gabe Krasner (First appearance)
- Rafael Scarfe (Mentioned)
- The Delfonics
- Cornell Stokes (Corpse) (Main story and flashback)
- Jazmine Stokes (Mentioned)
- Malik (Mentioned)
- Mamma Mabel (Mentioned)
- Officer Masterson (First appearance)
- Inspector Priscilla Ridley
- "Steel Serpent" (Mentioned)
- Reva Connors (Mentioned)
- Soledad Temple (Mentioned)
- Pete Stokes (Photo)
- Thembi Wallace (Mentioned)
- Pop (Mentioned)
- James Lucas (Mentioned)
- Dr. Noah Burstein
- Albert Rackham (Mentioned)
- Yardies (First appearance)
- Peter Hong (Only appearance; dies)
- Juan Carlos Castro (Only appearance; dies)
- Jacques Alef (Only appearance; dies)
- Kelly Knight (Mentioned)
- Judas Bullet (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "DWYCK"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The Gang Starr song the episode is named after is "DWYCK" (probably meaning Do What You Can, Kid), from their album Hard to Earn. While the song and the episode don't have much in common, there is a blatant reference to the song when Misty is being offered lemonade by Dr. Krasner. Dr. Krasner offers the drink, saying it's a popular drink, and Misty replies saying that it still is. This references the line "Lemonade was a popular drink and it still is" from the song.
- No trivia.
|Luke Cage||Mike Colter|
|Detective Misty Knight||Simone Missick|
|Diamondback / Willis Stryker||Erik LaRay Harvey|
|Claire Temple||Rosario Dawson|
|Councilwoman Mariah Dillard||Alfre Woodard|
|Inspector Priscilla Ridley||Karen Pittman|
|Domingo Colon||Jacob Vargas|
|Dr. Noah Burstein||Michael Kostroff|
|Dr. Gabe Krasner||John Scurti|
|Alex||John Clarence Stewart|
|Darnell||J. Alphonse Nicholson|
|Megan McLaren||Dawn-Lyen Gardner|
|Cops||Tyler Evans; Guy Fernandez|
|Juan Carlos||Franky G|
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