The stagecoach ushers in new arrivals to Deadwood: Jack Langrishe, a flamboyant stage promoter and old friend of Swearengen, and Aunt Lou Marchbanks, Hearst's longtime cook. A newly westernized Wu returns with news for "Swegin" about a soon-to-arrive group of imported Hearst workers. Apparently recovered from her ailments, with the aid of a reliable pal, Alma decides to approach Hearst with a claim deal. Bullock uncovers the truth about the Gem killings, and vows to put Hearst on notice.
Did You Know?
While arguing with Alma, Hearst asks if he should take his jackknife and turn himself into a capon. A capon is a rooster that has been castrated, to make its flesh more palatable. See more
A Cornish miner is depicted as needing an interpreter. The last monoglot Cornish speaker died in the 18th century. The language was extinct at the time Deadwood was founded. See more
You're looking fuckin' well, Jack.
It's the learning fuckin' nothing, Al, that keeps me young.
Walking the Dog
Written by Hans Theessink
Performed by Hans Theessink See more