Longmire: Season 2, Episode 9

Tuscan Red (29 Jul. 2013)

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A local Cheyenne is found dead in a house after a methane explosion, but the emotionally sensitive investigation could cost Longmire points in the upcoming election.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
The Ferg (credit only)
Officer Mathias
Dr. Bloomfield
Mancell Lone Elk
Grady Littlefoot
Lawrence Ward
Dolan Lone Elk


A local Cheyenne is found dead in a house after a methane explosion, but the emotionally sensitive investigation could cost Longmire points in the upcoming election.

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The bottom drops out of the series with this episode
1 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Tuscan Red" represents an abrupt change of character development and plotting. Suddenly we're introduced to characters who seem to come out of a file drawer marked "Cultural Clichés". We have a Pathologist who is mixed race Japanese and Jewish. However, to put him completely over the top, he's also a good old boy who chews and spits. An Indian character can't just marry outside his culture, he has to marry an African-American. Then Cady gets drunk and sprays Branch with a garden hose. The plot involves fracking, which seems to be the "go to" plot device when you're out of ideas. Somehow a fracking well outside the reservation leaks methane into the reservation water. That's a geological impossibility from what I've read. I'm a fan of the series, but this episode seemed to be out of sync with the excellent character development and plotting of the earlier episodes.

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