The town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the weeks following the Custer massacre is a lawless sinkhole of crime and corruption. Into this uncivilized outpost ride a disillusioned and bitter ex-lawman, Wild Bill Hickok, and Seth Bullock, a man hoping to find a new start for himself. Both men find themselves quickly on opposite sides of the legal and moral fence from Al Swearengen, saloon owner, hotel operator, and incipient boss of Deadwood. The lives of these three intertwine with many others, the high-minded and the low-lifes who populate Deadwood in 1876.
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FYI Deadwood S01E01 episode discussion is happening tomorrow, Sunday July 1st
(media) Anyways, an episode-by-episode discussion of Deadwood. Episode 1, "Deadwood"
Deadwood S01E01- A Fuckin' Episode Reconnoiter
More challenging words from Deadwood (S1E01 - S1E04)
(media) Anyways, video podcast discussion of S1E2 of Deadwood, "Deep Water" - Swearengen plans orphan murder, Bullock and Starr try to buy lot
(media) Anyways video podcast discussion of S1E3 of Deadwood, Reconnoitering the Rim: Cy Tolliver and Joanie Stubbs arrive, Brom inspects his claim
Deadwood S01E03 - A Cocksuckin' Episode Reconnoiter
"Here Was a Man" S1E04 A Hooplehead discussion
"The Trial of Jack McCall" S1E05 A godless heathen discussion
Observations about S1E5 “The Trial of Jack McCall”
(media) Landlord late for inspection so Tea & Deadwood S1,Ep 6. 1st town meeting with Peaches with no unauthorised cinnamon..
"Bullock Returns to the Camp" S1E07 An ambushed discussion
"Suffer the Little Children" S1E08 An inoculated discussion
Se1Ep09 "No Other Sons or Daughters" A discussion of Deadwood's transition
(media) Josh and Søren discuss S1E10 "Mister Wu" on the latest episode of "Hoopleheads," with a particular emphasis on Al Swearengen's "softer side."
(media) Watching Deadwood for the first time. S01E10 just gave me a new favorite character.
New to Deadwood...S1 E10 Mr Wu was my absolute favorite of s1! That scene between Swearangan and Wu had me rolling the entire time. Also, I am now watching S2 E2 and I'm wondering how many monolologues Al will get to spew while simultaneously getting a BJ...I count 2 so far
"Jewel's Boot is made for Walking" S1E11 Discussion
Deadwood Rewind Discussion S1E12 season finale "Sold Under Sin"
Deadwood Season 2 Episode 3 "New Money" rewind discussion
Deadwood S2E4 "Requiem for a Gleet" episode rewind discussion
Deadwood episode rewind discussion S2E5 "Complications"
(media) Deadwood Review Show Season 3 Episode 3
(media) First time watching Deadwood and this is me (S3E3)
(media) Deadwood discussion show on YouTube! They're watching and discussing every episode. Here's Season 3 Episode 4.
(media) Anyways Deadwood Review, S3E6 - discussion of Steve the Drunk, Leon and the Ellsworth marriage
(media) Deadwood Season 3 Episode 7 Discussion
(media) Deadwood Season 3 Episode 8 Review
(media) Deadwood Season 3 Episode 9 Discussion
(media) Deadwood Review Show- Season 3 Episode 10
Nice call-out to Deadwood in The Good Place S4E01
(media) Martha Cannary A.k.a. calamity Jane visiting Wild Bill near the end of her life. They are buried close to each other in Deadwood. Something Wild Bill likely wouldn’t be thrilled about. C. 1900 (500x800)