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Deadwood- "Full Faith and Credit" 7/2/06

Old 07-02-06, 09:01 PM
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Deadwood- "Full Faith and Credit" 7/2/06

Pretty good episode. Looks like the shit is about to hit the fan.
Old 07-02-06, 09:07 PM
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God I love Ian McShane!

That scene in Hearst's room was great. Al is obviously scared shitless of Hearst - the way he stood with the wall to his back, he wouldn't look Hearst in the eyes.

I don't think Daugherty is going to be around much longer, unfortunately. I hope he gets the best of that creepy Captain, but my money is on the Captain if they go at it.
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Originally Posted by aktick
Al is obviously scared shitless of Hearst - the way he stood with the wall to his back, he wouldn't look Hearst in the eyes.
Al respects Hearst's power, but he fears no man.
Old 07-02-06, 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Turd Ferguson
Al respects Hearst's power, but he fears no man.
I'd like to think that, too, but I'm not so sure after his mannerisms at the meeting.
Old 07-02-06, 09:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Turd Ferguson
Al respects Hearst's power, but he fears no man.
He's so scared, he can't get a hard on. There's always someone more bad out there and Al has met his.

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This was my favorite episode in a long time. Probably since the first season. Great stuff with Swearengen and Bullock. Bullock dealing with Steve was just cracking me up.
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Originally Posted by Michael Ballack
He's so scared, he can't get a hard on. There's always someone more bad out there and Al has met his.
Obviously being held down reminded him of being orphaned by his mother which is what the last scene is about. He hadn't dealt with that, and now being hit with it it might be a little distracting.
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I hope the show doesnt stay historically acurate with regards to hearst. I want al to get some payback.
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There are few things funnier on television than Al philosophying/strategizing while getting a BJ.
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I was somewhat dissapointed that Richardson was only included in one background shot.
Old 07-03-06, 10:32 AM
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Originally Posted by aktick
I don't think Daugherty is going to be around much longer, unfortunately. I hope he gets the best of that creepy Captain, but my money is on the Captain if they go at it.

I think the exact opposite. I think the Captain is about to depart Deadwood.
AFAIK the Captain is not that important historically and this would give us some of Hearst's blood to avenge Al.
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Originally Posted by Cusm
I think the exact opposite. I think the Captain is about to depart Deadwood.
AFAIK the Captain is not that important historically and this would give us some of Hearst's blood to avenge Al.
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Possible spoiler...

Spoiler:
Given the actor that plays Dougherty was pretty pissed about not getting to come back for a 4th season, I'd guess that means he lives through the fight.
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It's a damn shame that this show is being cancelled. The actors are really hitting their stride, and the dialogue is amazing. Pure poetry. Ian McShane deserves 10 emmy's for his performance. That last scene was acting at its finest.
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Nobody likes to be held down. And it looks like someone doesn't want to be held down by marriage.
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Originally Posted by bunkaroo
Possible spoiler...

Spoiler:
Given the actor that plays Dougherty was pretty pissed about not getting to come back for a 4th season, I'd guess that means he lives through the fight.
Damn good point.
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Originally Posted by Baron Of Hell
Nobody likes to be held down. And it looks like someone doesn't want to be held down by marriage.
Spoiler:
I assume you are referring to Mrs. Ellsworth. I got the same feeling but I'm asking myself wtf she would do that loser for. My other guess was that it was smack related. That dude used to be heavy into it and we've not been given any major indication he's cleaned up.

I feel sorry for Ellsworth given that he is trying to do right by her in a lot of ways when he didn't have to.
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Yeah, she's not "doing" that guy - he's just her hook-up for more smack.
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Originally Posted by slop101
Yeah, she's not "doing" that guy - he's just her hook-up for more smack.
I must have missed this. It was obvious she didn't want to be there, but I never caught what her motive was.
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Originally Posted by Red Dog
There are few things funnier on television than Al philosophying/strategizing while getting a BJ.
2x in one ep had me laughing my ass off, too.

Where are they going to put the stage?
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Originally Posted by bunkaroo
I must have missed this. It was obvious she didn't want to be there, but I never caught what her motive was.
Deductive reasoning. Ms. Ellsworth is quite bitchy, but she's intelligent and good looking. Leon is not too bright, not too charming, not too attractive. The only thing they have in common is a need for drugs.

Their first scene together at the bank confused me, but as soon as she saw him through the window and visibly brightened that evening it clicked, even before she stated her intention to 'take in the night air'.

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Holy shit Dan is Warren from There's Something About Mary!!! I had no idea!
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Originally Posted by cleaver
Holy shit Dan is Warren from There's Something About Mary!!! I had no idea!
Damn! I can'r believe i never saw that before. Wow, I don't know if I can look at Dan the same way again.

Is it set in stone that this is the last season?
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Originally Posted by DeputyDave
Damn! I can'r believe i never saw that before. Wow, I don't know if I can look at Dan the same way again.
If the Capitain gets near his ears, Dan's gonna beat him senseless, yelling "franks & beans!"

Originally Posted by DeputyDave
Is it set in stone that this is the last season?
They might do some sort of movie/mini-series to wrap things up, but yeah, this is the last actual season - Milch has moved on too.
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Dan was also the first customer to go inside Malkovich in Being John Malkovich. "That wasn't my first choice, but he will do...I just want to be skinny." Clean cut with some glasses. Doesn't even look like the badass we know.

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