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The original owners of the livery came back to town and so far have lived, and Hostetler has a lot of guts to stand up for himself like that.

This was one of Ian McShane's best episodes yet. Offering the whore a drink at the end of the show cements his status as the coolest character on television. Nice peek into his hisstory as well.

Tensions are gone suddenly between Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth after their fight last week. Also, Jane was able to sit with Charlie Utter without too much sarcasm.

Line of the night: "Mornin'! Best time of day to go fuck yourself!"

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    Originally posted by Dexley's Midnight Jogger
    Line of the night: "Mornin'! Best time of day to go fuck yourself!"


The clash between Dority and Turner is what I'm most looking forward to next week.

No Richardson or Farnum this week, though. At least, nothing as priceless as the "thumbs up" from last week.




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