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Deadwood - Deep Water

episode 1.2

USA 2004
produced by
Davis Guggenheim, Scott Stephens, David Milch (executive), Jody Worth (consulting) for Red Board Productions, Paramount/HBO
directed by Davis Guggenheim
starring Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, Molly Parker, Jim Beaver, Brad Dourif, John Hawkes, Paula Malcomson, Leon Rippy, William Sanderson, Robin Weigert, W. Earl Brown, Dayton Callie, Keith Carradine, Jeffrey Jones, Timothy Omundson, Garret Dillahunt, Ray McKinnon, Sean Bridgers, Geri Jewell, Keone Young, Joe Chrest, Nick Offerman, Peter Jason, Jane Leigh Connelly, Dean Rader-Duval, Dan Hildebrand, Cheryl Huggins, Toni Oswald, Tom Simmons, Bree Seanna Wall
written by Malcolm MacRury, created by David Milch, music by Michael Brook

Deadwood, Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Suspicions arise that the settlers from last episode were not actually killed by Sioux but by "road agents", so the unlikely pair of Doc Cochran (Brad Dourif) and Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) do everything to guard the life of the only survivor off the massacre, little Sofia (Bree Seanna Wall) - much to the dismay of local saloon owner Al Swearengen (Ian McShane), whose men were actually the road agents in question, even if without his knowledge. Thing is, this is exactly Swearengen's line of business, and he fears if his men are accused of even a raid he didn't order himself, he might still be dragged into the affair. So he tries to send his men after the girl - but the Doc and Jane have grown wise on Swearengen and bring Sofia to a safe place.

At the same time, Swearengen and Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) butt heads more and more, especially since Bullock's somehow associated wtih Wild Bill Hickock (Keit Carradine), who might eventually pose a threat to Swearengen. This isn't good for Bullock, as he and his partner Sol Star (John Hawkes) want to buy land from Swearengen to open a hardware store.

In a so far unrelated story, Brom Garret (Timothy Omundson), a rich guy from back East who pictured himself a prospector, has to come to the conclusion that the land he has bought is totally worthless when it comes to digging for gold ...


It's not that this episode of Deadwood is bad, there are several good scenes and decent character development - it's just that it seems to meander rather aimlessly between its many plotlines, even sets up new ones without giving closure to others, so basically comes across as rather confused and confusing, and despite the great sets, costumes and overall authentic look, this resembles a soap opera more than a western as such.


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