Image Hosted by ImageShack.usTonight’s Episode: “Complications”
(I’m watching the 9PM PST showing, so it’s up to the rest of you c*cks*ckahs to carry this discussion.)

“As a convalescing Swearengen bridles, Doc Cochran [BOTTOM PHOTO, LEFT] schools Burns and Dan Dority [BOTTOM PHOTO, RIGHT] how best to assist his recovery. Alma Garret [TOP, LEFT] is also feeling unwell, mornings. Unexpected profits at the Chez Ami lead Tolliver to an unexpected discovery about Wolcott. Merrick posts a provocative statement from Yankton on title to the claims; Bullock protects Commissioner Jarry from an angry mob, which redirects its ire. After returning a horse to Hostetler at the livery, professional go-between Samuel Fields finds a kindred spirit in Jane.

Some of the best lines from last week:

Martha Bullock: “In the morning, in the quiet before we each take up our work, is also a pleasant occasion for such intercourse.”

Alma Garret [PHOTO ABOVE, LEFT]: “Miss Isringhausen, Cotton Mather would have found hard and joyless the standards you so resolutely apply to me, and Sofia, and of course to yourself.”

Francis Wolcott (Hearst’s emissary): “The noise is terrible, isn’t it Mr. Ellsworth. Like Fate.” (This line FREAKED ME OUT! He lays one hand on Ellsworth, and I’ll …)
Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.usMore great lines from last week:

Marvin the prospector: “Don’t be looking over my shoulder when I’m signing my f*cking X.”

Maddie [PHOTO, RIGHT]: “They get led by their d*cks. Our c*nts lead us, we lose our only edge.”

Ellsworth: “The Creator in His infinite wisdom Mrs. Garret salted His works so where gold was, there also you’d find rumor.”

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Tolliver: “A man might use that time to put some stink on his Johnson.”

Burns, to Wu: “Why don’t you learn to speak American?”

Alma Garret [TOP PHOTO, LEFT]: “Name your price. How do you males put it? Sh*t or get off the chamber pot?”

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