In an age of plunder and greed, the richest gold strike in American History draws a throng of restless misfits to an outlaw settlement where everything — and everyone — has a price. Welcome to Deadwood...a hell of a place to make your fortune.
Deadwood Season 2 (2005)
|TV Special: The Real Deadwood: 1877 |
This is a 21-minute look at the real Deadwood, around the time the show is set, including the arrival of the telegraph and George R. Hearst. It’s a great continuation of the featurette ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: Trusting the Process with David Milch |
“Trusting the Process with David Milch” focuses on how Milch writes his script and how the actors are often in a situation where they just have to trust where he’s going with ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: Mr. Wu Proves Out |
“Mr. Wu Proves Out” is the second part and runs 22 minutes. This portion focuses on the Chinese Mr. Wu character, portrayed by Keon Young, and his archrival and newcomer to the ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: The Wedding Celebration |
The final part of the documentary also runs 22 minutes (bringing the total running length to 71 minutes) and is entitled “The Wedding Celebration.” This last part focuses on the ...
|2x01 A Lie Agreed Upon (1) |
Seth Bullock and Alma Garret's relationship increases to a level that the rest of the camp can't ignore. Al brings attention to the relationship, hinting that it isn't the right thing ...
|Mar. 06, 2005|
|2x02 A Lie Agreed Upon (2) |
Joanie and her newly arrived madam, Maddie, work on the Chez Ami while E.B. keeps an eye on their progress. Calamity Jane returns to Deadwood to die, but Doc seems to think she just ...
|Mar. 13, 2005|
|2x03 New Money |
Mining magnate George Hearst sends an agent to Deadwood. The man, Francis Wolcot, is greeted with varying responses. Farnum starts by wanting to scam him, but Wolcot easily convinces ...
|Mar. 20, 2005|
|2x04 Requiem for a Gleet |
Doc discusses the possibility of surgery with Al, but he is terrified of actually doing the operation. Woolcot's favorite whore, and the Lawrence County Commissioner arrive in camp, ...
|Mar. 27, 2005|
|2x05 Complications |
Al recovers, but asks Doc to hide the fact that he is partially paralyzed. Alma begins to get sick in the mornings. Seth and Martha begin to get along. Commissioner Jarry tries to get ...
|Apr. 03, 2005|
|2x06 Something Very Expensive |
A new school teacher arrives in camp, and A.W. shows her the town. Al's health improves enough for him to start receiving visitors. Wu is upset that Cy has brought in a cartload of ...
|Apr. 10, 2005|
|2x07 E.B. Was Left Out |
Al reaveals to Alma that Isringhouse is a Pinkerton hired by Brom's family, and that she is trying to frame Alma. He proposes a deal with her, because of his intense dislike of the ...
|Apr. 17, 2005|
|2x08 Childish Things |
Swearengen has a meeting with Bullock to get him to understand that it is them against the outsiders. Hearst wants to bring in Chinese workers to work his mines. Doc Cochran wants to ...
|Apr. 24, 2005|
|2x09 Amalgamation and Capital |
Al doesn't like the way Merrick has been covering the annexation. Joanie invites Jane to stay at the Chez Ami and Miss Isringhausen is revealed to be a Pinkerton.
|May. 01, 2005|
|2x10 Advances, None Miraculous |
The entire camp is affected by the terrible accident befallen William Bullock, Seth's stepson. Martha wants to take the boy back to Michigan but Doc doesn't want him moved. Andy Cramed, ...
|May. 08, 2005|
|2x11 The Whores Can Come |
Al comes to realize that Hearst is backing Mr. Lee and that he needs to help Mr. Wu who has always been his ally in the past. Cy thinks Andy's conversion is a scam, and makes his opinion ...
|May. 15, 2005|
|2x12 Boy the Earth Talks To |
Mr. Wu sneaks out from Al's protective custody and attacks Lee's henchmen, Johnny makes matters worse by dragging Wu back to the Gem. George Hearst arrives in Deadwood, and makes an ...
|May. 22, 2005|
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