Swearengen transforms the Gem into a courtroom as Deadwood is forced to make its own laws to try a cowardly murderer. With Calamity Jane off on a bender, Trixie is enlisted by Swearengen to help Alma with the orphaned child and to keep her pliable to his purposes. Fearing Andy's illness might threaten his business, Cy banishes him to the woods, where he is discovered by Jane.
Did You Know?
At one point the judge at McCall's trial is interrupted by a man claiming that the bullet that killed Wild Bill Hickok is lodged in his wrist. He wants to testify so that in the years to come there will be a record of his involvement in Hickok's death. This man is a real historical figure named Bill Massie. Massie was seated across from Hickock when he was killed, and the fatal bullet did in fact pass through Hickok's body and lodge in Massie's wrist. In the confusion Massie initially thought that Hickok had shot him. The bullet remained lodged in Massie's body until his death in 1910. He supplemented his income by giving paid lectures about his role in the incident. See more
Hickok was killed the evening of the same day Bullock and Starr arrived in Deadwood. They may have met that day but were not friends, as depicted, See more
[alone, EB pauses from scrubbing at a stain on the floor of a guest room in his hotel
You have been tested, Al Swearengen, and your deepest purposes proved: there's GOLD on the woman's claim! You might as well have shouted it from the rooftops. That's why I'm jumpin' through hoops to get it back. Thorough as I fleeced the fool she married, I will fleece his widow too, using loyal associates like Eustace Bailey Farnum as my go-betweens and dupes. To explain why I want her bought out, I'll make a...
God and Man
Written by Sonny Terry
Performed by Sonny Terry See more