Wolcott interrupts the interrogation of Mose; Swearengen amends his deal with Miss Isringhausen; Martha uses the bank's opening to communicate with Alma



E.B Was Left Out Tolliver enlists Lee to clean up Wolcott's mess; Stubbs confides in Utter; Alma and Bullock confer about her bank.

Alma feels unwell; Tolliver makes a discovery about Wolcott; Bullock protects Commissioner Jarry; Samuel Fields finds a kindred spirit in Jane.

A scout for a powerful mining operation arrives; ailing Swearengen refuses visitors and medical attention; Farnum finds someone to buy the Hickok letter. Don't forget that is your location for everything PMP, including our short films, music videos and every episode of Totol Recal!

Swearengen and Bullock have a violent confrontation; Bullock and Utter discover that mistaken identity led to a fatal shooting at Nuttall's.

Anyways is a show where two veteran Deadwood fans watch an episode with a person who's never seen the show before then immediately have a discussion about it. Alma's father, Otis Russell, arrives from New York to "help" with her claim. Swearengen strikes a bargain with Adams to rid him of some legal baggage involving the arriving magistrate.

With annexation of Deadwood looming, Swearengen calls a meeting to set up an informal government.

Nuttall unveils his new bicycle; Swearengen and Bullock discuss alternatives to annexing the Hills to South Dakota; Stubbs gets some unexpected visitors.

Alma proposes forming a bank; Bullock humiliates a claim owner; a teacher tours the camp; Wolcott tests his alliance with Tolliver.

Doc Cochran contemplates a procedure that could cure Swearengen; Bullock attempts to settle into domesticity; rumors about the camp's future begin to spread.

Alma and Bullock face an abrupt decision about their future; Swearengen prepares for another showdown with Bullock; Calamity Jane returns to camp.

The U.S. Army rolls into Deadwood; Bullock reacts to Russell's intentions regarding Alma; Adams displays his loyalties.

An opium theft leaves Swearengen trying to find a common language with his supplier, and navigating murky waters to deal with the mess. Meanwhile, Silas Adams, bagman for the magistrate from Yankton, arrives with bad news for Swearengen. Bullock regrets having raised his hand at the government meeting. An unwelcome and ailing Reverend Smith gravitates to the Gem and its new piano.

After tracking down a murderer, Bullock returns to camp as a changed man; Swearengen sees through Trixie's latest subterfuge; Alma remains cold on Farnum's bid on her claim. Bullock Returns to the Camp.

Riders arrive with a vaccine and word of a possible treaty with the Dakota; Alma rethinks her plans; Tolliver teaches Stubbs a deadly lesson at the expense of a couple of con artists.

Deadwood must make its own laws to try a murderer; Swearengen enlists Trixie to help Alma with the Metz child; Doc Cochran fears an illness might threaten the camp.

Bullock encounters resistance in his quest to bring a murderer to justice; the camp fathers dispatch riders to get a precious vaccine; Cochran enlists Jane as a nurse.

Swearengen directs Farnum to buy back the Garret claim; Alma asks Calamity Jane and Hickok for help; Charlie Utter leaves the camp; Hickok's luck at poker yields an unexpected return.

Competition arrives for Swearengen; Hickok puts up precious collateral in a poker game; Bullock and Star strike a deal on land for their store; Brom threatens Swearengen.

Swearengen takes a special interest in the survivor of the massacre; Bullock and Star try to buy property; Brom Garret rethinks his recent investment, while his wife treats her anxieties.

Two Deadwood fanatics and one guy who's seen none of the show, go episode by episode and review them with a fine tooth comb (mustache comb).