With Deadwood's first true elections approaching, Hearst's ambitions rub Bullock and Swearengen the wrong way. At the Gem, one of Hearst's workers is killed, raising Swearengen's suspicions that the incident was a staged Hearst power play. Adams' orchestrated foreclosure gives Star a new home, with discreet access next door for Trixie. Jane prepares to share her experience scouting for General Custer with the camp's children. Joanie contemplates the easy way out. Written by
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The Cornishmen at the Gem are supposedly speaking Cornish (for which they are made fun of). While Bullock and other characters state this, the Cornishmen are, in fact, speaking Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge). To add to the anachronism list, the last known monoglot Cornish speaker died in 1777, well before Deadwood 1876. See more
I will profane your fucking remains, E.B.
Not my remains, Al.
Gabriel's trumpet will produce you from the ass of a pig.
I Got a Razor
Written by Memphis Slim
and Willie Dixon
Performed by Memphis Slim
and Willie Dixon See more