Deadwood

Season 3 Episode 9

Amateur Night

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Aug 06, 2006 on HBO

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  • Trivia

    • As I was a-walking down by St. James' Hospital,
      As I was a-walking down by there one day...

      The song that Al sings at the end of the episode is "The Unfortunate Rake", an Irish ballad from the late 1800's which was brought to England and the American West by immigrants and workers and became known by other names, like "The Trooper Cut Down", "The Bad Girl's Lament", and "Cowboy's Lament", as the lyrics were adapted to their new surroundings.

  • Quotes

    • Charlie Utter (Talking about attending amateur night) : "I think I'll attend badge-less, lest I put a damper on stupidities"

    • Jane : "Get outta my f****n light."
      Mose : "It's me."
      Jane : "Who's me, the f****n eclipse?"
      Mose : "Mose Manuel"
      Jane : "Oh, really. I thought it was Giganto, the runaway circus elephant"

    • Merrick: Have I bled on your bed linens, Al?
      Al: You wouldn't be the first.

    • Al: Well, what does Tolliver know of the guns come to camp?
      Adams: Said he don't know nothing.
      Al: And you ******* believe him, huh?
      Adams: I think I did. Felt like he's outside looking in.
      Al: We ought to form a ******* club.

    • Adams: Horsemen come to camp by torchlight last night.
      Tolliver: Tell Al as we didn't wake to the Apocalypse, I suppose all we need fear is their Winchesters.

    • Al: Question extant being — till reinforced, can we learn the ways of church mice?

    • George Hearst: (referring to the newly arrived Pinkertons) The camp is to know they're here. The camp is to know they're my employees.

    • George Hearst: Kitchen's closed.
      Jarry: The sustenance I would take in any case Mr. Hearst, like a newly hatched bird, would come I would hope from your mouth.

    • George Hearst: You will not mistake the newspaper man. He looks like a... big turtle.

    • George Hearst: Sit, sit, sit, sit.
      Jack Langrishe: Must I do so four times?

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Adams: Horsemen come to camp by torchlight last night.
      Tolliver: Tell Al as we didn't wake to the Apocalypse, I suppose all we need fear is their Winchesters.

      Tolliver is referencing the Revelation section of the Bible which refers to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

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