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Entering an uneasy partnership with Al is Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant). Seth begins the second season by teaching Al a few lessons in chivalry, and their brief but bloody feud commences physical ailments for Al that become increasingly shocking to behold. Yet Al's difficulties have the practical effect of sidelining him for a couple of episodes while the story sets up more complex power struggles. Al takes on Deadwood's other saloon-brothel owner, the unstable Cy Tolliver (Powers Boothe), as well as an off-screen millionaire who is intent on owning all the gold-mining interests by buying out weary prospectors' claims. Meanwhile, Seth's wife and son (actually, his late brother's widow and child) arrive, an unsettling development for Seth's lover, the widow Alma Garret (Molly Parker), who soon reveals herself to be a more complicated person than in the first season. The prostitute Trixie (Paula Malcomson) begins thinking about her future and asserts independence from Al by having sex with Seth's friend, Sol Star (John Hawkes). Best of all, Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) is back and more endearingly uncivilized than ever. Special features include actor commentaries on select episodes, the best of which finds Olyphant and McShane cracking each other up while watching the season premiere. --Tom Keogh
Vulgarity strewn Shakespeare quality poetry with amazing characters and historical story line. It is worth watching.Published 38 minutes ago by John Shook
Fascinating time-period show with great characters. This show is all about the great character acting! Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Big Al
Shakespearean conversations from a gritty lot. Fascinating to watch.Published 12 hours ago by Jim G.
A little too violent and vulgar words every other word and I'm not a prudePublished 22 hours ago by vettelover
it seemed to me that Deadwood showed the way it really was back in those days before statehood. the raw and uncompromising way they lived seemed to strike a trueness to it. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by harley g newton
Foul language and flows a Shakespearean them style talk but interestingPublished 1 day ago by trpna
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|The third season||
Is it just me or does anyone else sense that season 3 so far just skips around and doesn't really grab you forcefully like one and two?
Its almost like the writers grew tired and only want to get the series over with...
I'd like to see dan dority get his comeuppence along with Hearst in the...
Jun 27, 2006 by SSBN 633 | See all 2 posts
|Way Too Much Foul Language||
I think it's hilarious! I've tried to incorporate many of the sayings into my daily life! Hahahhaha!
No, but seriously folks, without the language and the nudity and everything else, the show just wouldn't feel authentic. It wouldn't be HBO without it. Deadwood would be like all the other crap... Read More
Nov 3, 2006 by DonkaDoo | See all 7 posts
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