Empire season 2 episode 5
Terrence Howard and Taraji P Henson as Lucious Lyon and Cookie Lyon in Empire season 2Fox

Lucious Lyon's position in his own company is at stake in the fall finale episode of Empire season 2. Episode 10 is titled, Et Tu, Brute? and will air on 2 December at 9pm EST on Fox Network. Lucious seeks his family's help, but given their hostile relationship it will be interesting to see if they stand by him in his time of need.

Warning: Spoilers Ahead

The official synopsis reads as follows:

Lucious makes a reckless play for the streaming service that he believes will make him the most powerful man in music, only to learn that the entire business strategy was part of a scheme that might jeopardize everything for which he has worked so hard. Meanwhile, Cookie decides to plan a concert at the prison where she spent 17 years locked away from her family; and you won't want to miss the last few minutes that will leave you speechless in the all-new "Et Tu, Brute?" fall finale episode of Empire.

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Episode 10 teases some major reunion scenes between Cookie and Lucious after his position in the company is threatened by his investors. The synopsis also teases a last-minute twist that fans would not want to miss out on.

Elsewhere, Cookie plans a concert at the prison where she spent 17 years locked away from her family. Jamal must deal with the fallout of kissing Skye Summers, while Hakeem has to face his ex-girlfriend Camilla's return and handle a crazy Anika.

The episode will also feature a guest star appearance by rapper Da Brat. She will play Jezzy, one of Cookie's cellmates in prison. Talking about her role, Da Brat said that if she was asked to play a "crackhead" she would not have backed out.

The rapper told Billboard, "It was so easy when I read the part. Really anything Lee wanted me to do -- if I had to play a crackhead, I would've done it. That's how much I love that show. I love and respect Lee Daniels."

"From his first movie Tennessee that Mariah was in, I was there for the whole thing. Anything they needed me to do, I would have killed it, rehearsed it and did the best I could," she added.