Deadwood (2004–2006)
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Tell Him Something Pretty 

Election day arrives, Hearst has his revenge, Sol and Trixie have it out, and Tolliver releases rage at his impotence.

Director:

Mark Tinker

Writers:

David Milch (created by), Ted Mann
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Timothy Olyphant ... Seth Bullock
Ian McShane ... Al Swearengen
Molly Parker ... Alma Garret
W. Earl Brown ... Dan Dority
Dayton Callie ... Charlie Utter
Kim Dickens ... Joanie Stubbs
Brad Dourif ... Doc Cochran (credit only)
Anna Gunn ... Martha Bullock
John Hawkes ... Sol Star
Jeffrey Jones ... A.W. Merrick
Paula Malcomson ... Trixie
Leon Rippy ... Tom Nuttall
William Sanderson ... E.B. Farnum
Robin Weigert ... Calamity Jane
Sean Bridgers ... Johnny Burns
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Storyline

The camp turns out to vote - but as Bullock notes, the election may already have been decided. In light of the populace's mood, Langrishe delays the opening of his theater, and ponders his future in Deadwood. Hawkeye arrives at the Gem with "almost 18" men to complement Wu's contingent. Alma works out a deal for her claim. Joanie reaches out to a frustrated Tolliver. Through E.B., Hearst issues his conditions for departure, forcing Swearengen to finish what Burns can't. Written by WyattJones

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 August 2006 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill, who both play uncredited townspeople in this episode, are better known as the two heavily bearded members of the classic rock trio ZZ Top. This was not their first time acting in an period western; ZZ Top also played the onscreen band in one of the scenes set in 1885 in the movie Back to the Future Part III (1990). See more »

Quotes

Silas Adams: When he ain't lyin', Al's the most honorable man you'll ever meet.
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O Mary Don't You Weep
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Written by Traditional
Performed by Bruce Springsteen
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The End of a GREAT dramatic series
20 December 2006 | by badgerfox82See all my reviews

It is a dirty shame that this is the last episode of this fine program. I understand that there will be two two-hour long episodes airing in the fall of 2007, but this is the end. I understand that this is not the easiest show to watch. The 1880's dialect and the violence can turn some people off. I always thought of this show as high art. It belongs more on Broadway than it does on television. None of this detracts from the brilliant performances by Ian McShane or anyone else in the outstanding ensemble cast. I am glad that HBO has decided to let Milic finish what he has started. The final two episodes should wrap things up nicely. Although, it doesn't matter how great the final four hours are I, and others like me, will always want more f'ing Deadwood. I just love this show.


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