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Why can’t the Power creative team just let Tommy be happy? I mean, the guy can’t catch a break — anytime something good happens, it’s immediately followed by something terrible. Oh, you’re the new distro, time to kill your girlfriend. Oh, you met your long lost dad, say goodbye to your niece. And the beginning of season 5 has actually been different in the sense that there have been no breaks for Tommy, unless you count being friends with Kanan again as a break, which, considering he’s planning on stealing Tommy’s connect, I’d say it’s not.

And so, it’s not surprising that Tommy finds himself at the bottom of the second installment of our Power power rankings. Actually, on second thought, I do have some good news for him: He’s only second to last, and his life is looking a lot better than the person he’s ahead of.

So strap in and up, because this is where it goes down.

Power season 5, Episode 1

1. Tate

Somehow this local councilman has been able to wrap Ghost right around his finger. Ghost is clearly an intelligent and cunning businessman, but Tate, who is prepping his campaign for governor, is basically pulling the strings in this relationship, whether by planning Raina’s media-filled funeral or ambushing Ghost and Tasha into a live press conference. Sure sounds like higher-government material to me!

2. Mak

While Saxe took the No. 2 spot last week, Angela’s other office rival slides in here this week. Like his co-worker, Mak wants to end Angela’s career (which probably deserves to happen), but he’s also got his eyes on Ghost, even trying to get Proctor to flip on his client. Despite not getting Proctor to agree to do so, Mak scores a win by forcing Terry to the stand in Proctor’s bar hearing, and the testimony proved to be less than ideal for Turtle Proctor.

3. Dre

After dominating the premiere power rankings, Dre drops a few spots as he encounters some less-than-ideal situations. Dre’s beef with Ghost, Tommy, and Kanan is on hold this week, with his own soldiers and the Jimenezes serving as his headache. Diego tasks him with settling the fight over who will be the head of Toros Locos, which Francis solves in a sloppy way (Dre does a nice job of cleaning it up by giving Arturo credit for killing Lorenzo). But Dre might also be finding himself too close his new boss, considering that Diego likes both having Dre watch him have sex and watching Dre have sex. If only there was an HR department in the drug-trafficking game.

4. Kanan

Poor Kanan. Two weeks and two different people who spot him and ask, “Who the f— is this guy?” Damn, a guy goes to prison for a few years and he’s just forgotten! Well, Kanan plans for everyone to soon remember his name. Whereas Tommy and Ghost are rightfully unhappy to have Jason pointing guns at them due to the L.A. port deal having gone bad, Kanan sees it as an opportunity. He tells Tommy and Ghost that Dre will lead them to the Jimenezes, but later he tells other guys that he plans on cozying up to Jason and stealing Tommy’s organization. Okay, now I get why Ghost and Tasha sent this guy to prison in the first place.







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