Banshee

Season 1 Episode 7

Behold a Pale Rider

20
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Feb 22, 2013 on Cinemax
9.1
out of 10
User Rating
85 votes
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Episode Summary

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A robbery at a local market develops in to a hostage situation at the local high school that includes Carrie's daughter, Deva, and the Mayor's wife. Hood is temporarily unavailable since Carrie has taken him away with plans to turn him over to Rabbit in exchange for her freedom.

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  • Behold a Pale Rider

    7.5
    Did not care much for the couple finally getting back together, albeit temporarily, at the end, but the episode was still very strong, for the hostage crisis, and for the pace of the action. Good escape, and it just further built up our anticipation for when Rabbit finally does meet him again.
  • Never A Dull Moment in Banshee

    9.5
    Beautiful program, awesome writing and acting. The violence is deliciously shocking!

    Sometimes I really think Hood has a deathwish. He takes living dangerously to a new level. Phew

    I cant wait to see where this takes us.

    I can only imagine how Season 2 plays out.
  • Banshee!

    10
    An amazing episode with an ending we were all waiting for!
Doug Kruse

Doug Kruse

Nathan

Guest Star

Kevin Gage

Kevin Gage

Lance

Guest Star

Claire Bronson

Claire Bronson

Janie Kendall

Guest Star

Matthew Rauch

Matthew Rauch

Clay Burton

Recurring Role

Christos Vasilopoulos

Christos Vasilopoulos

Olek

Recurring Role

Derek Cecil

Derek Cecil

Dean Xavier

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Opening Credit Sequence Info


      Antony Starr & Ivana Milicevic: As a moth is forever drawn to that which will destroy it, Lucus is obsessively drawn to Ana.  It is Mr. Rabbit's greatest advantage in getting to him.


      Matt Servitto: Brock is acting sheriff in Lucas' absence and handles the hostage crisis with calm professionalism.  It will be his actions that will be questioned.

    • Music
      Flame of Desire by John Studebaker (Playing in the Forge with Sugar, Lucas and Proctor)
      The One You Really Love by Jude Christodal (End credits)

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