Preacher (2016– )
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The Possibilities 

Cassidy helps Jesse explore his newfound power; based on new information, Tulip tries to convince Jesse to seek revenge.

Director:

Scott Winant

Writers:

Sam Catlin (developed by), Seth Rogen (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Cooper ... Jesse Custer
Joseph Gilgun ... Cassidy
Ruth Negga ... Tulip O'Hare
Lucy Griffiths ... Emily
W. Earl Brown ... Hugo Root
Derek Wilson ... Donnie Schenck
Ian Colletti ... Arseface
Tom Brooke ... Fiore
Anatol Yusef ... DeBlanc
Graham McTavish ... The Cowboy (credit only)
Jackie Earle Haley ... Odin Quincannon
Ptolemy Slocum ... Linus
Julie Dretzin ... Dany
Bonita Friedericy ... Terri Loach
Gianna LePera ... Tracy Loach
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Cassidy helps Jesse explore his newfound power; based on new information, Tulip tries to convince Jesse to seek revenge.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Belen, New Mexico, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Odin Quincannon's computer appears to be a more than 30 years old "breadbox" Commodore 64, or one of the similarly old other Commodore computers with a similar case (VIC-20 or C 16). See more »

Quotes

Jesse Custer: [using The Voice] Sing me some Johnny Cash.
Cassidy: [singing] Me some Johnny Cash.
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Connections

References Top Gun (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Livin' in the Lonely Zone
(uncredited)
Performed by Dick Flood
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Tilting At Windmills
13 June 2016 | by mad_man_moonSee all my reviews

We're stepping in to some very odd waters here, and that's not me just falling for the tilting camera angles.

This was the slowest one yet, and is there to flesh out some of the meanings of why everyone is here. If someone is batch watching this it'll work better in a sandwich of the previous and likely next episodes. It's important, though, as motivations are set in stone, which is a very nice upending, because it meant that the first episode was free of needless exposition.

That first episode's lack of exposition and this episode's modicum of it told us that the writer(s) is(are) ensuring that we were hooked in to start with some prime action and a good hit of the strange power at work here then bring the story in. I like how they're approaching this show we're adults, we're able to get the main things required for us to invest in characters without knowing everything about them. You can drip feed us, but we do need significant portions when you do.

Mostly I'm glad this isn't monster of the week with a trickle of story, and is (instead) a good¹ monster of the season, and a meaty story. I'm till not sure who to root for and where to pull joy from this (Negga is scrumptious, though, in her portrayal) so I'm in for more of this now. Sign me up.

¹ As in good guy, I think, inside Jesse.


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