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Alma Garret (Character)
from "Deadwood" (2004)

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Deadwood: :  -- A show set in the late 1800's, revolving around the characters of Deadwood, South Dakota; a town of deep corruption and crime.

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Alma Garret is an upper-class woman from New York and the former wife of Brom Garret... See more »


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  1. "Deadwood"
        - Tell Him Something Pretty (2006) TV episode, Played by Molly Parker
        - The Catbird Seat (2006) TV episode, Played by Molly Parker
        - A Constant Throb (2006) TV episode, Played by Molly Parker
        - Amateur Night (2006) TV episode, Played by Molly Parker
        - Leviathan Smiles (2006) TV episode, Played by Molly Parker
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From "Deadwood: Unauthorized Cinnamon (#3.7)" (2006)
Whitney Ellsworth: Evenin'.
Alma Garret: [through tears] Good evening.
Whitney Ellsworth: For bein' gone, I notice I'm frequently back. I come to kiss her goodnight.
[referring to Sophia]
Alma Garret: I tried to persuade her you'd done so last night.
Whitney Ellsworth: My beard always wakes her.
Alma Garret: She said so, feuding me. The thing I did that made you leave last night, the thing I was coming home to do again, I pray now to forgo forever.
Whitney Ellsworth: Not having me in this house is gonna improve your odds.
Alma Garret: I started using spirits at 17, Ellsworth, with no preminition we'd marry.
Whitney Ellsworth: My feelin's that bein' vessel of purpose is not your own, your eye was out for relief. But glimpsin' since how bein' your own vessel's preferable...let the pressure come off, you're liable to do alright.
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