Hell on Wheels: Season 2, Episode 1

Viva La Mexico (12 Aug. 2012)

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Cullen & Elam find themselves on opposite sides of the law as Durant & Lily push the railroad further west.

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Cullen & Elam find themselves on opposite sides of the law as Durant & Lily push the railroad further west. Written by AMC Publicity

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Durant tells Lilly that men have fragile egos but the term "ego" was not introduced until about 60 years later. See more »

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[last lines]
Fellow Prison: Hey, Johnny Reb. Time to wake up!
Cullen Bohannan: [looks out of his cell window]
Fellow Prison: You better start singing Dixie. 'Cause you're next.
[hood is put over his head]
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The Bonnie Blue Flag
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Traditional Irish tune
Lyrics by Harry McCarthy
Performed by Kelly Frey and Alejandro Rae
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