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Bill Henrickson was elected to the State Senate in Utah...then he shook the state to its core with his shocking election-night announcement that he was a polygamist. Now, Bill (played by Bill Paxton), his three wives and nine children must deal with the consequences as HBO presents the fifth and final season of this iconic drama series. As the season begins, the Henrickson family encounters a wave of hostility from neighbors, Home Plus employees, casino partners, students at their kids' schools, even fellow polygamists hoping to keep their personal lives private. Meanwhile, at Juniper Creek, Alby Grant returns from a self-imposed exile with a new mindset...and revenge on his mind. Can the Henricksons stand up to this flood of ill-will? Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin co-star.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWinter||Season Five Premiere. After some restful post-election days in the wilderness, reality hits the Henricksons hard on their return to Salt Lake City. At Home Plus, Bill's attempts to bolster morale in the wake of his polygamist revelation fall on mostly deaf ears. On Capitol Hill, he faces an uphill battle for his political life, even before he has been sworn in. And at home, Bill tries to assuage some very real concerns of his wives and kids, who face both psychological and physical threats around town. To stem this growing tide of ill will, Bill decides to hold an open house for some 40,000 constituents, some of whom may actually show up. Meanwhile, Alby returns from his own desert exile with a newfound desire to 'purify' the compound, and exact vengeance on Bill.||59:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Seat At the Table||Already under fire on Capitol Hill, Bill's attempt to stage a 'safety net' meeting for polygamist leaders is hindered by Alby and Home Plus objectors. In an effort to find common ground with her mother, Barb asks Nancy to join her at a symposium focusing on mother-daughter Mormon challenges. Nicki learns the extent of Adaleen's isolation; Marge despairs over the quandary involving Ana and Goran; Cara Lynn impresses her math teacher, and Greg.||58:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCertain Poor Shepherds||The Henricksons try to put on a unified face during Christmas, but the family is tested amidst numbing revelations from Barb, Marge and Adaleen. Meanwhile, Lura takes drastic measures in response to Alby's zealous efforts to 'purify' the compound; Lois drifts towards the deep end; Bill tries to soften up a senator; Ben bonds with Heather; and Cara Lynn looks for answers about her father.||58:49||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Oath||With his swearing-in ceremony only days away, Bill searches for ways to overcome the anti-polygamist sentiment swelling among State officials. Meanwhile, Barb's strategic attendance at a First Ladies fashion show triggers lingering resentment between Nicki and Margene--and between Barb and Nicki. Rhonda and exiled polygamist Verlan try to shake down Alby; Margene and Pam find their niche with Goji Blast and Michael Sainte; Nicki pushes for Cara Lynn's adoption; Lois learns the source of her ailment; Ben rewards Heather for her sensitivity.||58:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Special Relationship||Bill makes a deal in the Senate, but finds new obstacles to his livelihood being raised by LDS officials. Fed up with interning, Barb considers a dramatic life change that could have far-ranging consequences for the family. A legal obstacle hinders Bill and Nicki's efforts to adopt Cara Lynn. Margene preaches the Goji gospel; Rhonda encourages Verlan to do Alby's bidding; Lois longs for her old life with Frank; Don takes another hit for Bill.||58:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoD.I.V.O.R.C.E.||Barb capitulates on Bill's marital plans, but not on her hopes to attain the Priesthood. To shore up her case, she enlists an ex-Mormon feminist named Renee Clayton, much to her mother Nancy's chagrin. Meanwhile, Bill faces new impeachment pressure in the Senate, and scrambles for new clients in the wake of LDS boycotts of his stores. With her eye on a new prize, Nicki chafes at the status quo. Margene eyes a sponsor for her pro-polygamy children's rally; Cara Lynn puts in extra hours with her tutor, Greg; Alby vows to combat Safety Net with a purification program of his own; Bud Mayberry warns Bill of an imminent threat. Reunited by Bill, Frank and Lois strike a deal; Heather makes a decision that deflates a vulnerable Ben.||58:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTil Death Do Us Part||Bill eyes a wedding as a chance to reseal his commitment to his three wives, though Barb remains skeptical. Nicki, in the meantime, looks to take full advantage of her special day. Alby makes a game-changing power play; Lois resists Barb's vision of her future; Marge is cautioned about the financial pitfalls of Goji Blast; Cara Lynn brings a guest to the theatre; Heather changes her mind about Ben.||59:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Noose Tightens||Bill looks to Alby's past in an effort to thwart his ambitions, leading Alby to concoct yet another diabolical scheme to bring down the Henricksons. Meanwhile, in the wake of a festering investigation into Bill's private life, an incredulous Barb finds herself targeted as her husband's accomplice. Nicki's 'rescue' of a skittish compound wife complicates life at home, and lands her in hot water at Juniper Creek. Stung by an assertion by Michael Sainte, Margene finds herself at the crossroads in her business with Goji Blast. Don suffers emotional aftershocks that could have a lasting impact on Home Plus; Cara Lynn's secret leaks out; Heather apologizes for spilling the beans about Margene.||56:37||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoExorcism||With Alby on the run and posing an imminent threat, the Henrickson family finds itself in lockdown mode. Frazzled though not incapacitated after a near-death experience, Nicki decides to break Cara Lynn's 'dependencies' by enrolling her in a boarding school. Barb spars with Bill about her new church's stance on polygamy, and her commitment to the family. Lois begs Frank to rescue her from confinement; Margene vows to repay Pam for her Goji investment; Ben and Bill debate what to do about Rhonda.||56:37||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhen Men and Mountains Meet||Series Finale. With the specter of jail time looming, Bill charts out contingency plans for the family, while orchestrating a last-minute, pre-emptive referendum on the Senate floor. Meanwhile, Barb goes forward with her plan to join a reform-minded church; Margene contemplates taking a hiatus to serve as a volunteer abroad; and Nicki despairs being left alone as her family splinters. Cara Lynn considers a return to her roots; Ben enlists Rhonda to help him win over Heather; Don shares some bad news with Bill about Home Plus. As Easter arrives, the Henricksons receive heartening support from their polygamist constituents, briefly lifting the dark cloud that's been hovering over the family since Bill's election. Finally, an unexpected vision leads Bill to a final confrontation with his most deeply held beliefs--and brings 'Big Love' to a shocking and unforgettable conclusion.||1:02:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I did not really like the way this series was ended. None of the big conflicts were resolved. The series as a whole was very good, however.
Worst Ending I have ever seen in a series!
Throughout the series i enjoyed watching this unique and original drama, and though my favorite season (season 4) got a lot of criticism, i thought season 5 would at least tie all loose ends. Instead, the finale was inconclusive, incomplete and devoid of power and meaning. Yes some characters got some redemption but most did not even get a final scene, so we'll never know what happened to them ..so these characters we have been watching technically have NO ENDING! As for the main character getting what he deserves in the end ..is fitting …what is not fitting is how it happens and or why.. truly leaving you questioning a lot this ending did not live up to the series.
Its poor writing when things get left messy and in the air, and its even worst when its explained with ineffective scenes, because of this and the lack of resolution with so many story lines the ending did not deliver and i find it insulting to the viewer that this is the send off we got to see.
Most of the season was excellent however, so final grade of the season A-
Final grade on the Finale, F
So dissapointed in the ending the of series.
I felt from the first episode of season 5 something was missing. It flipped and flopped all over the place. Just not the ending I would of imagined. I will give it time and maybe come to it again. I just did not feel the ended gave it justice at all. I kinda understrand whu Barb was pushing to become to spiritiual leader because she felt something terrible was about to happen leaving her family with no guidence. They could of done a much better job. The show deserved that much !