Banshee

Season 1 Episode 10

A Mixture of Madness

29
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Mar 15, 2013 on Cinemax
9.2
out of 10
User Rating
103 votes
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Lucas makes a decision that will have dramatic consequences on many people in Banshee.

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  • Am screaming 'Banshee' love it

    10
    Thank you if it wasn't for your suggestions in the great midseason tv cram then I would've missed out on this great show, season 2 just started so timed it well. Am loving it but must agree with season too short and the rushed ending to season 1. Bring on season 2, only down fall being I'll to wait for the next episode.
  • Season Too Short

    10
    WHY????
  • A Mixture of Madness

    7.0
    A solid end to the season for Banshee. Don't like the idea of Rabbit still being alive, they should have ended it here, but this was still full of all the action you could have anticipated.



    The rushed wrap-up session to everything in the final 10 minutes felt kind of, rushed, for lack of a better word, but this was still a good episode.
Anastasia Griffith

Anastasia Griffith

Dr. Paradis

Guest Star

Harrison Thomas

Harrison Thomas

Jason Hood

Guest Star

Stevie Ray Dallimore

Stevie Ray Dallimore

Gregor

Guest Star

Matthew Rauch

Matthew Rauch

Clay Burton

Recurring Role

Derek Cecil

Derek Cecil

Dean Xavier

Recurring Role

Anthony Ruivivar

Anthony Ruivivar

Alex Longshadow

Recurring Role

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    • Opening Credit Sequence Info


      Rus Blackwell: Gordon, a Gulf War veteran, reassembles his old M-16, a soldier in search of the truth.  With the awful truth fully assembled, he leaves it all behind.


      Ryann Shane: The photo of Deva's adoptive father, Gordon Hopewell, is left torn and alone while her true parents are seen sharing a lover's kiss.


      Ben Cross: Checkmate.  The black king is surrounded by the two white bishops at extremely close range.

    • Music
      Madonna by Jude Christodal (Montage)
      Monster by Meg Myers (End credits)

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