Season 1, Episode 6
|Airdate||March 1st, 2016|
|Producer||Steve Blackman; Dan Carey; Ryan Farley; Paul Giamatti; Sara Goodman; Peter Mattei; Rebecca Moline; Larry Rapaport; William Schmidt; Peter Tolan; Michael Wimer|
|Starring||David Morse; Joe Anderson; Gillian Alexy; Ryan Hurst; Kyle Gallner; Christina Jackson; Thomas M. Wright|
|Next||"Decomp of a Stuck Pig"|
"Weapons" is the sixth episode of season one of the drama series Outsiders. It was directed by Jon Amiel with a script written by William Schmidt. It first aired on WGN America on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 at 9:00 pm.
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- Outsiders was created by Peter Mattei. It was produced by Fedora Entertainment, Touchy Feely Films, and Woodridge Productions.
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