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For better and worse, times are changing in the outlaw camp known as Deadwood. Facing a government of outsiders and the possible loss of claim rights, denizens struggle to cash in on their dreams before it's too late. The ascension of Deadwood from camp to town is imminent and new arrivals are ushering in an era filled with tough decisions and brutal power struggles. HBO presents Season 2 of the Emmy®-winning drama series that follows the ruthless inhabitants of an American frontier town. Picking up where Season 1 left off, now-Sheriff Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) and Machiavellian saloon owner Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) continue to share a restlessness of spirit, heightened by the influx of new residents and imported officials threatening to turn the lucrative anarchy of the Deadwood camp into a real law-and-order town. Molly Parker, Brad Dourif, and John Hawkes co-star.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Lie Agreed Upon, Pt. 1||In the Season Two premiere, an anxious Swearengen calls out Bullock over the Sheriff's relationship with Alma; the resulting confrontation turns inadvertently public--and violent. With a new business venture on the horizon, Stubbs and Tolliver await the arrival of some new whores on the next stage, which also bears two reminders of Bullock's past.||48:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Lie Agreed Upon, Pt. 2||As the day's injured recoup, the night brings a new set of tensions. Alma and an increasingly self-destructive Bullock face a decision on their future, even as the Sheriff seeks to make good on a pledge. At the Gem, while Swearengen readies for another showdown with Bullock, infighting between Adams and Dority yields more feed for Wu's pigs.||50:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNew Money||Francis Wolcott, tricky chief scout for a powerful mining operation, arrives to shake up the status quo--beginning with Tolliver. Dority, Burns and Trixie fret as an ailing Swearengen refuses visitors and medical attention. Farnum finds a choice mark to buy the Hickok letter, but it soon becomes unclear who's conning whom.||58:21||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRequiem for a Gleet||Cochran contemplates a procedure that could cure Swearengen--or kill him. His employer indisposed, Dority must attend to a former fellow-bushwacker's request. Bullock attempts to settle into domesticity, while Star gets a new combination bookkeeper/roommate--Trixie. The arrival of County Commissioner Hugo Jarry spawns rumors about the camp's future.||52:47||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoComplications||As a convalescing Swearengen bridles, Cochran schools Burns and Dority in how best to assist his recovery. Alma is also feeling unwell, in the mornings. Unexpected profits at the Chez Ami lead Tolliver to a discovery about Wolcott. Bullock protects Commissioner Jarry from an angry mob, which redirects its ire.||56:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSomething Very Expensive||Alma proposes forming a bank, and looks to familiar faces to run it. To test himself, Swearengen grants audience to a long line of supplicants; talks with Farnum and Miss Isringhausen prove most illuminating. Humiliated by Bullock, an angry claim owner looks to 'square the scales.' Wolcott's inner demons test his alliance with Tolliver.||51:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoE.B. Was Left Out||Tolliver enlists Lee to clean up Wolcott's mess. Stubbs confides in Utter, who overreacts when Wolcott 'steps on his toe.' Swearengen informs Alma of a Pinkerton agent in camp; she and Bullock confer about her bank--and other expanding prospects. Tolliver's try at damage control backfires when he asks Swearengen to convene a Camp Fathers meeting.||50:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChildish Things||Wolcott offers on a rich claim operated by two ornery brothers, and reports to Hearst on their progress. Nuttall unveils his new bicycle--but some doubt that he can ride it. Swearengen and Bullock discuss alternatives to annexing the Hills to Dakota. Miss Isringhausen strikes a deal with Swearengen; Alma receives proposals from both Martha and Ellsworth.||49:50||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAmalgamation and Capital||Merrick goes overboard printing rumors in the 'Pioneer,' earning rebuke from Swearengen. Tolliver aims to fleece Mose Manuel of his bloodstained profits. Utter's enraged when Wolcott interrupts his and Bullock's interrogation of Mose. Alma's note causes Swearengen to amend his deal with Miss Isringhausen. Jane and Stubbs continue their alliance.||47:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAdvances, None Miraculous||When Cochran delivers a dire prognosis, the entire camp stands vigil. Swearengen enlists Star and Adams to plan a con on Commissioner Jarry. Andy Cramed offers himself as the camp's new minister. With Martha regretting her move to Deadwood, Bullock searches for encouraging words. Trixie pressures Alma to accept Ellsworth's proposal.||49:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Whores Can Come||Telegraph lines to Yankton heat up as Jarry fears Bullock and Hearst have each thrown their weight behind Montana. Swearengen uses a camp tragedy to delay an altercation between Wu and Lee. Tolliver refuses the newly-reformed Cramed a clergyman's respect, while even Gem whores flesh out the crowd at the minister's open service.||46:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBoy the Earth Talks To||In the Season Two finale, as Deadwood readies for a celebration, George Hearst's arrival in camp brings upheaval. Swearengen's manipulations extract a counter-offer from Yankton. Hearst comes to arrangements with Farnum and Swearengen. Tolliver seeks to improve his position with Hearst at Wolcott's expense. Tensions in Chinaman's Alley boil over.||54:45||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Best Show Ever
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