I feel like we should be saying things like...

"Hey, you...guy. The dames, eh? Yeah, the dames. Stupid dames. You having any luck with the horses? No, the horses are all...idiots. You know, between the dames and the horses, sometimes I don't even know why I put my hat on."

That's how people talk in bars, isn't it?

en passant

The star of the show is the town. That’s what it’s about. It’s how people tend to cleave together, and social order forms out of chaos. That’s the primary theme of the entire show, so therefore the town itself is the star. People would come to visit and want to go to the set. Most sets are f—king boring, really. “Deadwood” was the one place that was so immersive, especially when we were shooting at night, because we shot a lot by torch. We used minimal lights. Going there at night, when you couldn’t see the surrounding area at all, it was like stepping back in time. It really was this kind of other world.

W. Earl Brown (via fydeadwood)

"Without you my air tastes
like nothing. For you
I hold my breath.”

-Mary Szybist, ‘Invitation’

"I’d need some part of tonight to consider. Others are involved for me, as well."