so Loy Cannon's kid is Mike Milligan right? Rabbi Milligan takes him under his wing and bam!
I'm loving this season so far. The historical aspect in terms of race and nationality, the use of colors (rich one moment, muted the next depending on the character), and so much symbolism:Color theory: the use of color theory/the color wheel as it applies to various characters. Good info here on what different colors represent.Mayflower: interesting that she's being shown as our main villain so far (?) with that last name, given that the pilgrims basically took the land away from the native Americans. So if this season centers around race wars/wars between nationalities, *of course* the Mayflower would be the main 'big bad' since that's pretty much where this all started for America.Cannon, Fadda: I heard this one on a different podcast so I didn't come up with it on my own, but cannon fodder? Seems very appropriate or pretty much spot on.I tried researching mafia/gangs in the early part of the 20th century to see if son-swapping was actually a thing, but I couldn't find anything about it so I think that's just for story purposes. And this might be obvious, but is the upper floor of Joplin's where they always met for that ritual?
I was surprised that No Country For Old Men was not mentioned with the cattle-killing bolt gun being used in the first two episodes.
def a reach.. but doesn't Timothy Olyphant have a young Billy Bob Thornton vibe? i mean obv not him, but would be kinda cool if related somehow.
I'm calling it now that Raylan (He's basically playing a more straight laced Raylan) is going to take out the crazy eyes brother. That guy won't make it till the end of the season. He's too bezerko.
She left her notebook in that closet. This isn't going to be good.
Maybe Rabbi marries a lady named Barbara. Or maybe the only connection is the coincidental name.
RIP Mayor Doctor Senator Royce, you were the best character.