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Schwanzkopf 

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Divided and trapped, Tulip, Jesse, and Cassidy battle old friends, new enemies and loved ones to escape certain death - or worse.

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Kevin Hooks

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Sam Catlin (developed by), Seth Rogen (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Cooper ... Jesse Custer
Joseph Gilgun ... Cassidy
Ruth Negga ... Tulip O'Hare
Graham McTavish ... The Saint of Killers
Ian Colletti ... Arseface
Pip Torrens ... Herr Starr
Noah Taylor ... Adolf Hitler
Julie Ann Emery ... Lara Featherstone
Malcolm Barrett ... F.J. Hoover
Colin Cunningham ... TC
Betty Buckley ... Gran'ma
Jeremy Childs ... Jody
Tyson Ritter ... Humperdoo
Jonny Coyne ... Allfather D'Aronique
Adam Croasdell ... Eccarius
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Divided and trapped, Tulip, Jesse, and Cassidy battle old friends, new enemies and loved ones to escape certain death - or worse.

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USA

Release Date:

19 August 2018 (USA) See more »

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The title of the episode, "Schwanzkopf," can be translated from German as "penis head," a reference to a scene in an earlier episode in which All Father tells Herr Starr that his he looks likes a penis when he removes a white cap from his bald head to reveals a deep red scar which runs from front to back. See more »

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After Cassidy is staked to the pool table and the pool table is lifted to an upright position, Cassidy's ankles are seen crossed and bound together by a black and yellow cord. However when the drapes are drawn and the pool table is too far away from the sunlight, Eccarius leaves the basement after saying "give Cassidy more time to reflect". The next full length shot of Cassidy has his ankles unbound and hip length apart. See more »

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Written and Performed by Cecil Milner
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Love this Show!
20 August 2018 | by sscialliSee all my reviews

It's dirty, rotten, mean, and hilariously funny! I wish I wrote this show!


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