Unexpected violence strikes during the festival of Tin Hau Don in Chinatown. Cullen confronts The Swede. Durant involves Maggie in his latest scheme.
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Martin DeLaney uses the term "boondoggle" to refer to the building of a 12 mile long bridge. However, this term was not coined until 1935. See more
(around 12min) During Gunderson's conversation with Chang, Chang is seen pouring tea from what is apparently a tetsubin, a cast iron teapot of Japanese origin. The Chinese, especially wealthy, educated Chinese such as Chang, have historically preferred porcelain (e.g. "china") teapots, and it is highly unlikely that Chang would be using a Japanese item that he would likely have considered alien, if not barbarous. See more
Brother Gundersen is Norwegian. He's fooled a lot of folks. Most of 'em dead now. He told me you'd say as much. Don't confuse a confession for prediction, son. Thor Gundersen's a liar. And a murderer.
Hell on Wheels Main Title
Written by Gustavo Santaolalla
Performed by Kevin Kiner and Gustavo Santaolalla See more