As Deadwood readies for a celebration, George Hearst's arrival in camp brings upheaval. Hearst cuts ties with Wolcott and makes separate arrangements with Swearengen regarding the camp's "celestials", and E.B., who suffers from gastric difficulties. Tensions in camp boil over between Andy and Cy, as well as in "Chinaman's Alley". Swearengen orchestrates new elections, and sends Bullock home to his wife.
Did You Know?
Wu and Swearengen would often end their conversations with a crossed finger gesture and the phrase "heng dai." In Cantonese this means "brothers." See more
When Al hits and yells at Johnny for pulling a gun and dragging Wu into the gem, Al's hair changes back and forth between slicked back tight to his head and wavy, hanging over his left eye. See more
Allow me a moment's silence Mr Hearst, sir, I'm having a digestive crisis and must focus on repressing it's expression.
Here Comes The Bride
Written by Richard Wagner
Performed by Unknown See more