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    I get the impression it is Ruth since they seem to be getting interested in each other.....but, being a man, we know that they will get what they can wherever they can just so long as they get it, so who knows?!

    That reporter is definitely into him!
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    Great episode. I just was waiting for the Swede to do what he did. Love Grant sticking it to Durant.... renaming his town! lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by libgirl2 View Post
    Great episode. I just was waiting for the Swede to do what he did. Love Grant sticking it to Durant.... renaming his town! lol!
    I didn't expect the Swede to do what he did. I kept waiting for him to do something to Ezra. Now what will happen?
    I loved Bohannon's reaction to Grant renaming the town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by libgirl2 View Post
    Great episode. I just was waiting for the Swede to do what he did. Love Grant sticking it to Durant.... renaming his town! lol!
    I knew that was coming too, libgirl. As soon as he wormed his way into that family, I knew they were dead. I've seen Christopher Heyerdahl in many things over the years, but it's like he was born to play this role. He's getting so little screen time right now, but boy is he making it count!

    That scene with Grant and Bohannon at the end was excellent. A rare light moment.
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    That scene with Grant and Bohannon at the end was excellent. A rare light moment.
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    I had a feeling Grant and Bohannon would get around to being friendly. I could just see it in Grant's face from the start.
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    Hi there - admittedly I have not gone back and read any of the posts in this thread because I've not (yet?) seen the show and don't want to know potential spoilers. I came to ask if it's something you think I'd like. I've never been much of a "western" watcher but have recently started watching HBO's old series DEADWOOD and find myself absolutely loving it. I've seen Hell on Wheels promo's / commercials and wonder if I should give it a try. Other shows I am / have been into super heavily include Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy, Justified and The Shield.

    I trust my fellow/sister FORTers so what say you? Should I check out Hell on Wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlena_M View Post
    Hi there - admittedly I have not gone back and read any of the posts in this thread because I've not (yet?) seen the show and don't want to know potential spoilers. I came to ask if it's something you think I'd like. I've never been much of a "western" watcher but have recently started watching HBO's old series DEADWOOD and find myself absolutely loving it. I've seen Hell on Wheels promo's / commercials and wonder if I should give it a try. Other shows I am / have been into super heavily include Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy, Justified and The Shield.

    I trust my fellow/sister FORTers so what say you? Should I check out Hell on Wheels?

    THANK YOU!
    I think you will like it. I am a big fan of the old west and a good storyline. Give it a go.
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    I think you would like it. It has a great storyline to go with the western setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    I think you would like it. It has a great storyline to go with the western setting.
    And Bohannon is pretty nice to look at.
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