Banshee (2013–2016)
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We Shall Live Forever 

Olek finds Ana and Hood in Banshee. The ensuing showdown results in dire consequences. George seeks answers for Carrie's behavior. Rebecca is shunned by the Amish. Proctor pleads with his aunt and father to take her back.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kai Proctor
Sugar Bates (credit only)
Job (credit only)
Gordon Hopewell
Deputy Brock Lotus (credit only)
Deputy Emmett Yawners (credit only)
Deputy Siobhan Kelly (credit only)
Deva Hopewell
Mayor Dan Kendall (credit only)
Mr. Rabbit
Clay Burton


Lucas and Carrie spend the night together making love. Gordon wakes up alone in his bed wondering where his wife is. He frantically searches his home in an attempt to find some clues about Carrie's recent behavior. Rebecca is shunned and kicked out of the Amish community. She pleads with her parents, but they send her away. She goes to stay with her Uncle Kai. Kai goes back to the Amish and threatens them. He tells them that they live on that land under his sovereignty. But, they refuse to take Rebecca back. Olek finds Anastasia in Banshee. She and Lucas take him prisoner in Lucas' loft. While Lucas is away, Olek and Anastasia have a fight that fans of Ultimate Fighting would be proud of. Written by Axe Pagode

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1 March 2013 (USA)  »

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When Lucas arrives at the barn and finds Carrie/Anna and Olek on the floor, he breaks down the door, knocking it off its hinges. When he picks Carrie/Anna up off the floor to carry her out of the barn, the door is back on its hinges. See more »


Banshee Main Theme
Performed by Methodic Doubt
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The most suspenseful 45 minutes you will ever see..
19 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

I do not make that claim lightly. I have seen a lot of TV (some might say TOO MUCH TV) and I cannot think of any single episode of a series that carries so much punch. Literally and figuratively.

No, it not merely the blood-fight between Anna and Olek that makes this special (although it did bring to mind the duel between Basil Rathbone and Tyronne Power in Mark of Zorro, said to be the longest sword fight in film, and I think this is one of the longest male/female beatdowns in TV, film, or anywhere).

What makes this episode special is how the writers, when cutting away from one high-tension scene, instead of bringing the viewer relief or pause, simply cut to another hi-tension scene.

They are here giving a clinic in how to play all your plot arcs at once, like some sort of visual symphony.


As an aside, I noticed that the two casting directors for this series are both female, which lends credibility to the idea that women have a better eye for spotting female beauty than men. Just as I was noticing that the two actresses who are getting most of the screen time in this amazing episode are both stunning, we get a quick walk-on by Odette Annabel, yet another drop-dead gorgeous actress. Beautiful women and passionate love/fight scenes are both sort of a Cinemax trademark but honestly this episode pretty much sets the bar.

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