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Former Montana marshal Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) starts a hardware business for miners, and the arrival of Wild Bill Hickok (Keith Carradine) creates a stir. Meanwhile, a corrupt saloon owner brokers a land claim for a wealthy New Yorker. Swearengen: (more…)
Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) helps Doc (Brad Dourif) protect a young girl who survived a recent massacre; New Yorker Brom Garret realizes he may not be cut out for prospecting; Dan mulls over a difficult order from Al Swearengen (Ian McShane). Alma: Molly (more…)
Believing he's been duped, Brom Garret threatens to call the Pinkertons on Swearengen; Star and Bullock finally reach a deal on their hardware-store property; a new gambling outfit arrives from Chicago. Joanie: Kim Dickens. Sawyer: Ricky Jay. Tolliver: Pow (more…)
Alma asks Hickok to investigate the tragic fallout of her husband's gold claim purchase; McCall plots revenge after being humiliated at poker; Charlie Utter departs camp for Cheyenne; Doc Cochran makes a house call to the Bella Union. Alma: Molly Parker. D (more…)
The town buries its most famous casualty while the man responsible is tried in Swearengen's saloon; Trixie helps a widowed Alma care for an orphan; Doc warns of an impending epidemic. McCall: Garret Dillahunt. Trixie: Paula Malcomson. Doc: Brad Dourif.
Bullock's form of vigilante justice meets resistance from the locals; the town fathers band together to fight an epidemic; Farnum reluctantly agrees to keep an eye on Alma and Trixie; Swearengen adds journalist to his colorful résumé. Doc: Brad Dourif. A (more…)
Bullock's vigilantism makes new enemies; Utter (Dayton Callie) returns to Deadwood to say goodbye to an old friend; teenage siblings arrive on a quest to find their father; Alma holds on to her late husband's claim despite another offer from Farnum. Miles: (more…)
A much-needed vaccine arrives in Deadwood; there are rumblings of a treaty with the Sioux; Swearengen (Ian McShane) is reluctant to accept advice from Farnum (William Sanderson) while Trixie is away; Alma (Molly Parker) reconsiders her plans for her gold (more…)
Swearengen receives a double dose of irritation when a drug supply is stolen and bad news arrives from a nearby town; Rev. Smith (Ray McKinnon) is an unlikely customer at the Gem; Merrick hatches an idea for Deadwood's first club. Adams: Titus Welliver. Me (more…)
Adams (Titus Welliver) helps Swearengen out of a jam; Jewel (Geri Jewell) seeks out Doc for treatment; Leon and Eddie go back to work for Cy; Alma's father arrives from New York; the camp's choice for a sheriff doesn't please Bullock. Otis: William Russ. L (more…)
In the first-season finale, Farnum and Tolliver take advantage of the arrival of a U.S. Army general (Peter Coyote); Adams teaches Clagett a thing or two about loyalty; Bullock reacts when Alma's father states his intentions regarding her claim. Adams: Tit (more…)
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