Banshee

Season 1 Episode 6

Wicks

14
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Feb 15, 2013 on Cinemax
9.2
out of 10
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79 votes
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Hood suffers flashbacks to his time in prison. He recalls conversations with Rabbit who resents him for his theft and taking his daughter Anna (Carrie) away from him so he arranges for Hood to be punished in prison. It becomes clear that it was prison where he learned to punch (and take a punch). Proctor tries to return to the good graces of the local tribes who control the casino and want more land to develop. He blackmails the local Rev Ramsey to sell his property. A drifter named Wicks comes to town who recognizes Hood from prison. He gets in trouble at the casino and Hood has to bail him out. He threatens to expose Hood.Carrie learns her son will soon need a lung transplant.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Wicks

    9.5
    This show always manages to find new ground to make less sensitized viewers squirm and reached yet another level with episode 6. This was a relatively quiet episode, but of the low-flame smouldering type that was nevertheless devastatingly effective when it needed to be.
  • Wicks

    6.5
    Not exactly the best episode of Banshee ever, but the prison flashback scenes were entertaining in their own right, and can justify a pretty predictable ending.



    Just a little too boring at times for this show.
  • Wicks, the Albino and Dark Tricks........

    10
    Loved this episode the scenes with the Albino were never wracking and the outcome brutally justifiable. I am becoming more and more annoyed with Carrie though. She has yet to choose one either stable hubby or stable baby daddy. And going back and forth between Rabbit and home, poor judgment. Can\t wait to see next weeks episode, this show gets better and more twisted each week.
  • nice mix

    8.0
    Another special episode from Banshee. The current story was slow, but the flashbacks were thrilling. Carrie's story is becoming quite annoying, so does she herself.

    The ending was brillinat, I was hoping thew would do that and they did!
Russell Means

Russell Means

Benjamin Longshadow

Guest Star

Joseph Gatt

Joseph Gatt

Albino

Guest Star

Michael Kostroff

Michael Kostroff

Wicks

Guest Star

Matthew Rauch

Matthew Rauch

Clay Burton

Recurring Role

Christos Vasilopoulos

Christos Vasilopoulos

Olek

Recurring Role

Anthony Ruivivar

Anthony Ruivivar

Alex Longshadow

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Opening Credit Sequence Info


      Antony Starr: The straight razor is the Albino's signature weapon, although it is actually wielded by the unseen hand of Mr. Rabbit.  The Albino suddenly comes to life and turns to look at us, an acknowledgement of his increased presence in Lucas' story.


      Ivana Milicevic: Reflecting her father's ability to toy with her loyalties, a photo of Ana as a toddler mixes nostalgia from childhood into the reality of the present day.


      Hoon Lee: Like the peacock, Job is a dazzling sight to behold with a surprisingly violent side.

    • During the opening credits, the photo of a young girl is displayed above Ivana Milicevic's name.  This is an actual photograph of Ivana as a child.

    • Music
      The Mark by Cold Specks (End credits)

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