Francis Wolcott, chief scout for a powerful mining operation, arrives to shake up the status quo - beginning with Cy Tolliver. Swearengen's lackeys fret as he refuses visitors and medical attention. Joanie's new partner, Maddie, reveals she's also running a game as their new brothel, the Chez Ami, services its first customer.
Did You Know?
The little boy who talks in front of the new house on his way to Oregon to plant apples, was a special favor for the boy who was dying. He wanted to be an actor and his parents contacted David Milch, who created that small scene for him. He saw the episode on a tape he was sent, but died just three days before it aired. (Milch talks about this on the DVD commentary.) See more
The red-haired boy who briefly chats with Bullock's nephew tells William he calls the large trout down the stream "Jumbo." The word jumbo, in reference to something unusually large had it's first usage in American English in 1897, and stems from the famously huge circus elephant, Jumbo, who was brought to the U.S. by P.T. Barnum in 1882. As this season is set in 1876, it's very unlikely that the word would be common - or even uncommon - parlance at that time. See more
This oatmeal looks old.
It does, doesn't it? Richardson, Goddamn you! The oatmeal is clotted.
Well, it's 45 minutes yet till the three hours.
Stop spouting gibberish and replace the damned oatmeal.
Skin and Bones
Written by Ann Rabson
Performed by Ann Rabson See more