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Longmire – Pure Peckinpah

by Alan Rapp on December 29, 2016

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Longmire - Pure Peckinpah TV review

Ghosts from the past come back to haunt Walt (Robert Taylor) and company in “Pure Peckinpah” just as the show cements a pair of new villains (Dylan Walsh and Dan Donohue) whose drug business will likely keep the County Sheriff’s office busy for the remainder of the season. The murder of the local drug dealer recently threatened by Hector makes Walt suspect the vigilante may be responsible. This forces Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips) and Mathias (Zahn McClarnon) to walk a tightrope not only to get Walt off Hector as a suspect in the murder but to also reconsider his suspicions that Mathias is the one taking justice into his own hands.

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Longmire – The Judas Wolf

by Alan Rapp on December 14, 2016

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  • Title: Longmire – The Judas Wolf
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Longmire - The Judas Wolf

There’s a hell of a lot happening in “The Judas Wolf” which pushes Walt‘s (Robert Taylor) impending legal troubles to the back-burner for now, although the sheriff does get a lawyer and decide to fight the civil suit rather than settle. There’s the odd disappearance of a drug company CEO (David Burke) whose assistant is duct-taped to tree. While evidence points initially to wildlife conservationists who hated the man’s actions to wolves – including a local (Debra Christofferson) who cares more for wolves than people, in truth there is no scarcity of suspects including the his assistant (who is also sleeping with the CEO’s wife) and a woman screwed over by his company’s drug trials. However, after the CEO shows up in his own bed with his kidney forcibly removed, the case takes another unusual turn.

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Longmire – Chrysalis

by Alan Rapp on October 9, 2016

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  • Title: Longmire – Chrysalis
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Longmire - Chrysalis

While Donna (Ally Walker) continues to keep her distance and deal with the trauma she went through, Walt (Robert Taylor) begins an investigation into a missing man whose daughter (Hannah Nordberg) Cady (Cassidy Freeman) discovers abandoned in the casino parking lot. When the body turns up having been run over by a car, the victim’s jittery wife (Anne Dudek) becomes the prime suspect leaving Walt at an impasse for what to do with the girl – especially after he learns more of their story. The mystery pulls no punches, revealing neglect and spousal abuse, but the last revelation will prove to be the most heartbreaking of all.

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Longmire – One Good Memory

by Alan Rapp on September 28, 2016

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  • Title: Longmire – One Good Memory
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Longmire - One Good Memory

“One Good Memory” wraps up the search for Donna (Ally Walker). Despite tracking down Walker Browning (Callum Rennie), and further infuriating the Cumberland Sheriff (Tom Wopat) in the process, as well as identifying the person (Mac Brandt) responsible for fire-bombing the doctor’s car, the true culprit (Carrie Lazar) proves to have complicated motives for kidnapping the psychiatrist. By the end of the episode Donna will be safe leaving Walt to deal with other problems (such as his pending lawsuit) over the remainder of the season.

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Longmire – A Fog That Won’t Lift

by Alan Rapp on September 24, 2016

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  • Title: Longmire – A Fog That Won’t Lift
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Longmire - A Fog That Won't Lift

Longmire‘s new season begins just moments after the Fourth Season finale with Cady (Cassidy Freeman) finding her father bleeding to death of a gunshot wound. Despite barely surviving, Walt (Robert Taylor) leaves the hospital only half a day later in search of the missing Donna (Ally Walker) who no one knew was with Walt during the attack and has been abducted (or worse) by the person responsible for shooting the sheriff with his own gun and leaving him for dead. Over the course of the season premiere Walt will fight the concern of his friends and family and the mental fog which leaves him with only scattered moments of the shooting.

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