History Series / Deadwood

8th Apr '16 4:41:58 PM Adept
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* {{Poker}}: Aces and Eights--the Dead Man's hand.
6th Feb '16 9:18:52 PM nombretomado
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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Farnum has a poetic streak that he's very proud of, but occasionally borders on DelusionsOfEloquence. Merrick could give [[{{Frasier}} Frasier Crane]] a run for his money, but subverts this when he challenges a public announcement of Jarry's as hiding a complete lack of meaning in big scary words.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Farnum has a poetic streak that he's very proud of, but occasionally borders on DelusionsOfEloquence. Merrick could give [[{{Frasier}} [[Series/{{Frasier}} Frasier Crane]] a run for his money, but subverts this when he challenges a public announcement of Jarry's as hiding a complete lack of meaning in big scary words.
1st Feb '16 5:10:17 AM Temmere
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** Farnum's campaign speech basically amounts to "Sol Starr's a dirty Jew -- vote for me!"
8th Jan '16 12:01:26 PM Pren
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''Deadwood'' premiered on March 21, 2004 and ended after 36 episodes on August 27, 2006.

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''Deadwood'' premiered on March 21, 2004 and ended after 36 episodes on August 27, 2006. Early in 2016, HBO announced they were working with Milch to create a concluding film for the story.
12th Oct '15 3:53:44 AM WillBGood
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* ShellShockedSenior: Doc Cochrane was an army doctor during the Civil War. The horrors he saw there made him an antitheist, a drinker and a serious grouch.

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* ShellShockedSenior: ShellShockedVeteran: Doc Cochrane was an army doctor during the Civil War. The horrors he saw there made him an antitheist, a drinker and a serious grouch.
27th Sep '15 7:21:18 AM Temmere
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* DumbassHasAPoint: In the episode "Amateur Hour," the cunning Al Swearengen puzzles over a pictorial message drawn by Wu until resident slack-jaw Johnny Burns steps in and decodes it. Al thanks Johnny by punching him in the face.


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* DumbassHasAPoint: In the episode "Amateur Hour," the cunning Al Swearengen puzzles over a pictorial message drawn by Wu until resident slack-jaw Johnny Burns steps in and decodes it. Al thanks Johnny by punching him in the face.
* TheDungAges: A Western variant. There's mud everywhere, practically every character ends up caked in filth at one point or another, and some, like Jane, spend most of the show dirty to one degree or another.
20th Aug '15 8:32:54 AM bannermanner
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'''Al:''' Not Wu, '''''who''''', you ignorant fuckin' Chink!

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'''Al:''' Not Wu, '''''who''''', '''''WHO''''', you ignorant fuckin' Chink!Chink!\\
'''Wu:'''...COCK...SUCKA!'''
13th Aug '15 12:24:14 AM gallium
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* FakeAmerican: Northern Irish Paula Malcolmson as Trixie.
30th Jun '15 1:02:52 PM bannermanner
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-->"You can go now, my brother."

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-->"You can go now, my brother."
30th Jun '15 1:01:43 PM bannermanner
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--> ''Guess I forgot, I had my knife the whole time''

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--> ''Guess ''Uh, Bullock! I forgot, I had my knife the whole time''do have a knife. It come to me now!''
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