Tensions flare as the camp faces an uncertain future. Al Swearengen taunts Seth Bullock over his relationship with Alma Garret, and the resulting confrontation between sheriff and criminal turns violent. With a new business venture on the horizon, Joanie Stubbs and Cy Tolliver await the arrival of some fancy new whores on the next stagecoach, which also bears two important reminders of Bullock's past. Written by
Did You Know?
Al Swearengen's line, "Welcome to Deadwood ... can be combative," to Seth Bullock's family after his fight in the street with Bullock, was semi-improvised by Ian McShane
. Writer David Milch
came up with the "Welcome to Deadwood" line on the spot during the shoot. He added "can be combative" to McShane right before the take as instruction for how to deliver the line. McShane thought the whole thing worked. See more
Not Dark Yet
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Bob Dylan See more