There was a thread on the pilot episode here:
But since there was no thread on last week's episode, I thought it would be better to just start a season thread.
One thing I have not seen mentioned is that all three episodes so far have about 15 seconds of conclusion (epilogue) after all the credits have rolled. Nothing critical to the plot, but probably worth a look.
Officer Kelly looks familiar to me. I looked up the actress, Trieste Kelly Dunn, but I don't think I've seen her in any show before, except maybe her appearance on one episode of Fringe. Maybe she reminds me of Jill Flint from Royal Pains.
In "Meet the New Boss", at the funeral of the Senator's son, Hood (I don't remember anyone saying his real name) gives the Senator a long, strange look. Did I miss something? Does Hood know him? What was that about?
Wow, Lili Simmons is amazingly hot as the young Amish girl, Rebecca. Is Rebecca supposed to be under 18? I was surprised Hood boned her a second time and did not even ask her age. Hood is quite the cad.
I don't like Anna / Carrie at all. It seems she did not even write Hood a letter in prison for 15 years. I can see that she might not want to visit him, since it could be dangerous for her. But she could have at least written. Then when he gets out, she lies to him about the diamonds, and then it seemed like she was actually thinking about turning Hood in to her father. And it seems like a good bet that Deva is actually Hood's daughter and Anna has not told Hood about it, although it seems that he suspects.
It does not seem that Hood is going to be able to keep up this Sheriff charade for much longer. Besides going around beating up everyone in sight and generally not acting at all like a lawman, now his fight video is getting posted on youtube, so Rabbit and who knows who else will soon be coming to town.
I wonder if Hood is smart enough to try to get Rabbit and Proctor going after each other. It seems like, short of murder, Hood's only chance to beat either of those guys is to get them to take each other out.