Season 4 Episode 8: Requiem
Aired: May 20th, 2016
Episode Summary: Resolved to leave Banshee, Lucas learns that the murder case he thought was finally closed may in fact be opening again. After a tense faceoff with Calvin and the Brotherhood, Proctor looks to finalize his deal with the Colombians. Carrie takes aim at one final act of vengeance. Brock demands allegiance from Bunker as Banshee braces for an uncertain future.
The reason I started watching this series is because in this series the main character tries takes the identity of a cop just like 'Orphan Black' which is a great tv show and I recommend you to watch that. The other reasons were it's ratings and a lot of sex scenes. So I started watching it and got addicted to it. Every season was awesome. Deputy Siobhan's death shocked me most and also Rebecca's death. As a whole this is a great show with everything in it.
This show is a lot of fun, but what are some drinking game rules to take it up a notch? (I just started season 2 so NO SPOILERS PLEASE). So far I have:
1 drink every time:
Hood beats someone up There's a sex scene Job is sassy to sugar A different language is spoken Proctor/Amish clash with Alex/Kinaho Burton takes off his glasses to be a badass
The idea Hood could find Job and locate Carrie so quickly made me wonder why in 15 years Rabbit couldn't do it.
I think its pretty dumb but the show is awesome so no matter.
Just wondering what their backstory is, haven’t noticed anything. Did Sugar take Proctor in when he was banned from his home? If so, I don’t understand why Sugar has problems with Kai. In season 2 before they blow up the drug lab, Sugar says that he has his own problems with him. Perhaps you guys caught something I didn’t.
I really would like to rewatch Banshee, sadly I am not in the US anymore. Does anybody know a website for streaming? Id be willing to pay, Amazon and Cinemax arent working in the EU. Most of the streams are based on Openload which has horrible buffering. Any tips are appreciated!
Never know... we might get lucky & get another season like we did with Strike Back.
Think there is a shot?
He was in the army a bit then he got recruited by dalton, which i think is a few years. He seemed to have a close relationship with rabbit and his daughter. I thought he worked for rabbit for at least a few years. It doesn't add up. Relationships take time to build. He got arrested when he was about 23/24 because when he got released, he was close to 40. Can someone help me out with this dilemma?
Had to cancel Cinemax due to budget constraints and other personal shit, so I squeed like a school girl when I saw my isp/tv provider was giving us plebes a free week.
Once I clear some money, I am so buying this for the library. Love this show.
Now please excuse me...I have binging to do, and sleep to lose! Cheers folks! 😁
What are some underrated moments in the show? You always hear people talking about the Albino fight, Burton vs. Nola, etc but what about some moments that you didn't notice fully on first watch.
I think one of them is definitely in the Pilot episode when Hood dispatches the two goons in the bar after they fatally shoot the real Lucas Hood.
Hood shanks the first guy prison style and then then the other guy grabs Hood. What does Hood do? Picks up a beer bottle with his free hand and slam-shoves it right down the dude's throat. Then he slaps it again to lodge it deeper which sends the guy falling backward and his head gets stabbed by the sharp edge of the table. Seriously underrated kill haha.
And it was a really fucking good episode.
I went and read through the discussion thread, and I'm wondering if I'm the only one who gets annoyed with how Hood sometimes treats Job.
Hood fucked up during the heist and almost got Job killed, and when Job tries calling him out, Hood basically threatens him
I love how Hood is crazy, and I know he'd do anything for his friends, but he also sometimes treats them like shit