Banshee

Season 1 Episode 9

Always a Cowboy

13
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Mar 08, 2013 on Cinemax
9.1
out of 10
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76 votes
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Episode Summary

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Carrie tries to escape Rabbit with her family, as he closes in on her and Lucas. Meanwhile, Alex employs one of Proctor's thugs at the casino and Rebecca learns about business from Rebecca.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • An Easy 10 episode

    10
    This series is seriously messing with me. The revelations are coming too fast and furious.

    Phew

    Great acting as always. I cant wait to see what happens with Kerry's Husband and family.

    In as much as I love this show I still for the life of me cant get over the fact that all these hate and emotion even the love has spanned 15 years. Hell I cant even get mad longer than 1 hour.

    I pray this has a Season 2 though I cant imagine the story can be sustained any further at this rate.moreless
  • Always a Cowboy

    7.0
    Another crazy episode of Banshee, a show that has morphed into a hybrid of Breaking Bad and True Blood. I like the cliffhanger ending, and I like how they are giving us a conclusion to Rabbit this season (or at least it appears) as opposed to building up to it for years, because as he pointed out, these encounters rarely live up to the hype.



    Strong episode.
  • Cowboy

    9.5
    Nice episode. Rabbit is coming to town and takes Max. Deva gets to know her father is her stepfather. I hope she soon finds out Lucas is her father.
Stevie Ray Dallimore

Stevie Ray Dallimore

Gregor

Guest Star

Joseph Meissner

Joseph Meissner

Mikhail

Guest Star

Jason Davis (III)

Jason Davis (III)

Doctor Granger

Guest Star

Christos Vasilopoulos

Christos Vasilopoulos

Olek

Recurring Role

Odette Annable

Odette Annable

Nola Longshadow

Recurring Role

Anthony Ruivivar

Anthony Ruivivar

Alex Longshadow

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Opening Credit Sequence Info


      Ivana Milicevic: The house cat, domestic and sweet, possesses all the instincts of a killer.  Once safely shrouded in the shadows of a life she invented, Ana now stands completely exposed before her family.


      Ulrich Thomsen: A young Amish, her back turned,  has been shunned by her people.  The twin meat cleavers reveal she has a powerful and passionate protector.

    • Music
      Pale Light by Dusted (Lucas, Rabbit and Carrie montage)
      Why Me by Nils Lofgren (End credits)

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