Waco (2018)
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Day 51 

The standoff at the Mount Carmel compound comes to a violent and tragic end.

Director:

John Erick Dowdle

Writers:

John Erick Dowdle (developed for television by), Drew Dowdle (developed for television by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Shannon ... Gary Noesner
Taylor Kitsch ... David Koresh
Andrea Riseborough ... Judy Schneider
Paul Sparks ... Steve Schneider
Rory Culkin ... David Thibodeau
Shea Whigham ... Mitch Decker
Melissa Benoist ... Rachel Koresh
Julia Garner ... Michele Jones
Glenn Fleshler ... Tony Prince
Camryn Manheim ... Balenda Thibodeau
Eric Lange ... Ron Engelman
Demore Barnes ... Wayne Martin
Michael Hyland ... Walter Graves
Gary W. Noesner Gary W. Noesner ... Congressman (as Gary Noesner)
David Thibodeau David Thibodeau ... Congressional Visitor
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The standoff at the Mount Carmel compound comes to a violent and tragic end.

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Release Date:

28 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Koresh and the lawyers are standing outside the building doors, a mezuzah can be seen attached to the doorpost, as required by the Old Testament. In the show it is attached to the left-hand doorpost tilted outwards, however, whereas Jews customarily attach it to the right-hand doorpost tilted inwards. See more »

Goofs

Likely for reasons of safety, the fire that engulfs Mount Carmel is more clean and controlled than the real Waco fire. See more »

Quotes

Gary Noesner: Hey, where'd Prince go?
Walter Graves: He left with Decker.
Gary Noesner: Wh-where?
Walter Graves: I think they headed to the airport.
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The Most Tragic Series Finale Ever!!!

The standoff at the Mount Carmel compound comes to a violent and tragic end. Day 51 is not only the Series Best Episode it's also the most tragic one, the things that happened during the siege before and after made me mad to even call myself a human being and believe me there's also 2 sides in all stories both the good and the bad but what happened in Mount Carmel could have been avoided if the FBI wasn't so stupid and listen to Gary but then again we're humans and we're made to fail and make more mistakes than rights. The Perfomances are Fantastic from the Entire Cast and now that Waco has ended i have to be honest this was one of the most powerful TV Shows i have ever seen in Years and one that will have people in tears. (A+)


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