Longmire (2012–2017)
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Four Arrows 

Walt moves on after a standoff with Barlow. A tourist is found dead in a luggage bag left behind a tour bus heading to the casino, causing more tension between Walt and Nighthorse. Henry looks to help an abused mother and her son.

Director:

Peter Weller

Writers:

Craig Johnson (based upon the "Walt Longmire Mysteries" book series by), Hunt Baldwin (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Taylor ... Sheriff Walt Longmire
Katee Sackhoff ... Victoria 'Vic' Moretti
Lou Diamond Phillips ... Henry Standing Bear
Cassidy Freeman ... Cady Longmire
Adam Bartley ... The Ferg
Peter Weller ... Lucian Connally
A Martinez ... Jacob Nighthorse
Zahn McClarnon ... Officer Mathias
Louanne Stephens ... Ruby
Josh Cooke ... Eamonn O'Neill
Molly Burnett ... Sarah
Brooke Nevin ... Nikki
Lew Temple ... Archer Loftus
James MacDonald ... Randolph Hale
Drew Fuller ... Noah
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Storyline

Walt moves on after a standoff with Barlow. A tourist is found dead in a luggage bag left behind a tour bus heading to the casino, causing more tension between Walt and Nighthorse. Henry looks to help an abused mother and her son.

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Drama | Western

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Release Date:

10 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Peter Weller's last lines are an adaptation of the last lines of Flannery O'Connor's short story, "A Good Man is Hard to Find." See more »

Quotes

Lucian Connally: I'll tell ya what I think. My brother would have been a good man if somebody'd been there to shoot him every day of his life.
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Soundtracks

Bridges Burn
(uncredited)
Written and performed by Paul Otten
[plays over opening scene, Walt moves on]
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It's not looking up
10 November 2015 | by herchmanSee all my reviews

More leftist indoctrination. This time 20 minutes in. "They're happy to let people die in order to makemoney." BULL, it costs more money to train new employees than to keep the old ones around and/or alive. Add in the high skill level of said workers, the employers demand for their skill combined with the inherently dangerous work, means they are very valuable employees and to a man command very good pay for their services. Then there is the almost assured contractual life insurance payout if they died on the rig. Plus the cost of body transport, investigation, risk of lawsuit. And if 20 people had died on a rig in a year (not as a result of the thing exploding, itself a near impossible feat with all the safety redundancies in place) EVERYONE would know about it. It WOULD be a big deal. This claim is absolute stupidity.

Only the fact the episode doesn't focus on this angle, saves it; even from the obvious derisive attitude approach to the woman-can-do-no-wrong situation which should have been handled in at best a neutral manner.


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