Death in the camp spooks the superstitious, and the impending funeral causes much sorrow. Cy is convinced that Andy - who will officiate at the service - is back in town to run a game. Wu asks Swearengen to back him against the "San Francisco cocksucker". Bullock encourages his wife to stay in Deadwood.
Did You Know?
(Martha Bullock) based Martha's hysterical, stumbling run from William's funeral to the house on an incident from her own childhood, in which she was hit by a car and saw her own stepfather frantically and clumsily come hurtling to her aid. See more
When Bullock raises his son's coffin to his shoulder the lid is sliding around; and remains offset somewhat as he begins to walk away. As the point of view changes the coffin lid is perfectly aligned and no longer moving around. See more
I know about the burned-up whores. I know about the San Francisco cocksucker setting a match to them. Now, here's the part you gotta listen to, Wu.
[Shows Al a picture of China on a plate
Chung Kuo, China!
Yeah, Chung Kuo, China. Celestial whores in the fire. What? Their spirits are fucking nothing if their bones don't get back home? Is that it? And do you come to me to back your move against your San Francisco cocksucker rival? Am I gettin' the fuckin' drift here Wu?
Theme From Deadwood
Written by David Schwartz
Performed by James Parks See more