/dwg/ - Deadwood General
Lolz other edgy old show for /pol/tards
muh /pol/ boogeyman
greatest show ever made
That drooped eye of yours looks like the hood of a cunt to me, Jack. When you talk, your mouth looks like a cunt moving.
Was confused as fuck when that guy came back as a totally different character
Prior to this show I did not know that vaginas had hoods.
i've watched the show half a dozen times
Garret Dillahunt plays both Jack McCall and Francis Wolcott.
too bad most of these are censored for some reason
inb4 WHY WERE THE THEATER FAGS SO BOOORING
Fuck you Brian Cox was fantastic
Eventually you get all the trust beaten out of you
i'll be damned
also plays Miller in /tv/s other favourite western, the assasination of jesse james
He was so damn good as Ed in that movie. Garret is a fine actor, they need to give that guy bigger roles.
this one always gets me
I was with a girl once. Wasnt a squaw but she was purty. She had yellow hair like... like somthin...
Like hair bobbed from a ray of sunlight?
Yeah, yeah like that, boy you talk good
Season 3 in general is seriously underrated. Hearsts black maid was a great new character too and her relationship with Richardson was terrific. This show had so much heart.
nothing but true
Its a 'bullock stares at shit like hes about to fucking murder everyone' episode
Steve and her son were fucking amazing as well
IT'S THE DEMON NIGGER
tfw egg hatched
Him grabbing Hearst by the ear is the best scene in the whole show. I don't get the hate for Olyphant
I want to suffocate you with your ointment
Also was Ty Walker in Justified. I haven't finished Deadwood yet first time watching through, but I love it. Excellent show.
There is nothing wrong with tit licking
when is the movie happening?
I really like it when his voice breaks. His rants were great too
David Milch already delivered the script. Now it's up to HBO on whether to greenlight it or not. Who knows how long that could take? Luckily, many of the actors said that they would be on board, especially McShane.
I think it's mostly because after episode 1 you're like "ok so he's the good guy and McShane is tha bad guy" and then by the end of season 3 it's basically "The Al Swearengen Show" and Bullock feels like a lesser character.
Justified doesnt get enough love imo
Well now i have to go and rewatch the whole thing, thanks you fucks
What if the Earth talks to us to get us to arrange its amusements?
Suppose to you, it whispers "You are king over me I exist to flesh your will"
And to ME, "There is no sin"...
Did Walcott really commit suicide or was he murdered by the captain?
How did the guy who wrote Deadwood also write John From Cincinnati?
ACCOUNT FOR YOURSELF RICHARDSON!
Amen. Just watched through it on amazon and had forgotten how great it is. Olyphant plays a great badass, and love Searcy as Art ... good banter between those guys and felt like a lot of it was a bit off script.
Cant work it out either.
On the one hand he is a bit suicidy on the other there is a shot of the captain walking by just after walcott swings.
Maybe he is going there to kill him or he is leaving after either forcing walcott to jump or seeing that he was about do his work for him.
Somebody please work this out.
I begrudge that pervert his capacity for happiness...
The day saw advances Trixie. None miraculous.
Milch co-wrote JFC. In any case, it feels like Milch's writing. I could tell from the dialogue alone. The car dealership guy's monologue was like some shit straight out of Deadwood, but even more cryptic.
The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand.
The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night.
The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul.
The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.
My hand is your foot
Is my foot your knee?
What about your ear? What the fuck is that?