Alma opens the doors to the new Bank of Deadwood and business is brisk. Hostetler return to Deadwood with the horse that killed Bullock's son. The Sheriff accepts that his son's death was due to an accident and blames no one. He finds himself acting as a go-between Hostetler and Steve, who has been taking care of the livery in Hostetler's absence and now feels he's being pushed out. Langrische makes an offer to buy Joanie's house with a view to opening a theater but Joanie imposes certain conditions before she sells. Hearst asks Cy Tolliver and Al Swearengen to a meeting to discuss business. Written by
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Hostetler uses the term "ofay" to describe a white individual. This term was not used until the 1920s, not the 1870s when the show is set. See more
Please see that no harm comes to that horse.
Theme From Deadwood
Written by David Schwartz
Performed by James Parks See more