|"I'll Fly Away"|
|Season 1, Episode 10|
|Air date||June 20, 2010|
|US viewers||0.93 million|
|Written by||David Simon|
|Directed by||Agnieszka Holland|
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Davis returns to his DJ work. Creighton's body is found and Toni is devastated. David unsuccessfully tries to convince Janette to stay, just as Sonny unsuccessfully tries to reconcile with Annie. Antoine gambles away his earnings. Albert's tribe marches on St. Joseph's night. Daymo's funeral is finally held.
Davis returns to his old job as a DJ in order to fund his full-length CD project. Creighton’s body is found, and Toni refuses to honor his wishes for a second line at his funeral. Sonny asks Annie to return to their apartment. Annie repeats her wish to play with other people, causing Sonny to leave and continue to self-destruct. Davis prepares a day to convince Janette to stay in New Orleans, but she remains unconvinced and moves to New York. Antoine loses the majority of the money earned from his latest gig in a poker game. Albert’s Indian tribe almost has a confrontation with the police, but the situation is settled by a community relations officer. Afterward, Delmond returns to New York. LaDonna still refuses to consider an independent autopsy for Daymo. Annie asks Davis if she can move in with him. Daymo’s funeral is held.
- Khandi Alexander as LaDonna Batiste-Williams
- Rob Brown as Delmond Lambreaux
- Kim Dickens as Janette Desautel
- India Ennenga as Sofia Bernette
- Michiel Huisman as Sonny
- Melissa Leo as Antoinette Bernette
- Lucia Micarelli as Annie
- Clarke Peters as Albert Lambreux
- Wendell Pierce as Antoine Batiste
- Steve Zahn as Davis McAlary
- John Boutte - "The Treme Song": Main titles.
- Louis Gottschalk / Hot Springs Symphony Festival Orchestra - "A Night In The Tropics": McAlary antique store.
- Ohio Players - "Ecstasy": Outside Gigi's place.
- Ernie K-Doe - "Te Ta Te Ta Ta": Gigi's place.
- The Subdudes - "Got You On His Mind": Desautel's house.
- Steve Earle (Harley) and Lucia Micarelli (Annie) - "This City": Pirate's Alley cafe.
- Louis Jordan - "Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens": Poke's tavern.
- Bennie Moten & His Kansas City Orchestra - "New Orleans": Coffee house.
- Lloyd Price, Allen Toussaint & band, Wendell Pierce (Antoine Batiste) - "Stagger Lee": Rehersal space.
- Miles Davis - "Green Haze": Poke's tavern.
- Juvenile - "Animal": WWOZ radio station.
- Danny Barker & Baby Dodds Trio - "My Indian Red": Montage of St. Joseph's night.
- John Boutte - "Bring It On Home To Me": Desautel's front porch.
- Art Neville & Toussaint Band - "Cha Dooky-Doo": Rehearsal space.
- The Hawks - "Can't See For Lookin'": McAlary's Camry.
- Treme Brass Band - "Just A Little While To Stay Here": Domilise's.
- Mardi Gras Indians - "Traditional Chant": Outside Poke's.
- Mardi Gras Indians - "Indian Red": Outside Poke's.
- Mardi Gras Indians - "Hey Pocky Way": Outside Poke's.
- Irma Thomas - "Time Is On My Side": Rehearsal space.
- Soul Rebels & John Mooney - "Drinka Little Poison (4 U Die)": Maple leaf.
- Guardians of the Flame Indian Gang - "Guardians Chant": 7th Ward street.
- Congo Nation Indian Gang - "Congo Chant": 7th Ward street.
- James Booker - "On the Sunny Side of the Street": Columns Hotel Bar.
- Quintron & Miss Pussycat - "Swamp Buggy Badass": Bywater bar.
- Mardi Gras Indians - "Traditional Chant": Seventh ward street.
- Clarke Peters (Albert Lambreaux) & Rob Brown (Delmond Lambreaux) - "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby": Poke's Tavern.
- Loris DeJean - "A Closer Walk With Thee": Cemetery.
- Katey Red - "Melpomeme Block Party": Davis McAlary's porch.
- Juvenile - "Nolia Clap": Daymo's car.
- Treme Brass Band - "Didn't He Ramble": Central city.
- Treme Brass Band - "I'll Fly Away": Central city.
- Steve Earle - "This City": End credits.
- ↑ Gorman, Bill (June 22, 2010). Sunday Cable Ratings: Leverage, True Blood, Army Wives, Drop Dead Diva & Much More. TV by the Numbers.
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