For middle of nowhere Wyoming there sure are a lot of dead people popping up every episode, is this how the show goes for 6 seasons? Is there anyone left at the end???
May be a stupid question, but I read an article a few weeks ago where they are now saying that Longmire may come back again, not sure how true it was. I'll try to find the article and link it
Hey gang. Just thought it would be cool to give a shoutout to our boy Mathias for his phenomenal work in the most recent episode of Westworld!
For those who don't know, he narrated and was the basically sole lead actor for an entire episode of the biggest show on HBO right now, which was pretty unexpected because so far he had been only a very minor character in the series... And he CRUSHED IT.
There are already talks of this being Westworld's Emmy submission episode, so fingers crossed for Zahn to go home with some hardware.
So if you were Mathias fan and want more, go watch it! It truly can be viewed as a standalone episode if you don't want to catch up, just read up on the basic plot of Westworld a little bit and you'll be good to go and enjoy it. Its season 2, episode 8, "Kiksuya"
I feel like it's very likely this may have been noticed/and or posted before but I am new to the sub. Was hiking the other day and heard a gunshot, and was thinking about the scene where Branch says "this is Wyoming, everyone hears gunshots" and realized woah, that's a foreshadowing of his death because his dad shoots him in the head and obviously the gunshot sound itself isn't what's investigated because it's so common to shoot guns off in Wyoming
i love this sub and wish longmire was more appreciated. but am i the only one who wants to see Walt and Vic to be together. age gap is a bit weird buuuut it would be interesting and i like them both a lot. when Vic kissed him in the hospital saying it was a “moving on” kiss, it’s obvious she still has serious feelings for him. just wanted to see other people’s opinion considering nobody i knows watches it lol.
edit: so this is a dumb question. i just found out it’s based on a series of books🤦🏻♂️
Season 6 Episode 1. What is the song that is playing in the background when Mathias and Cady are talking in the Red Pony?
I'm half way through Season 3, and so far every few episodes someone will treat Ferg very poorly. Vic, Walt, others, erc. It seems really weird and I'm not sure if the director intends us to feel negatively toward the others for their actions or if we're for some reason meant to be neutral towards these scenes.
What do you guys think?
It’s been brought to the attention of Longmire fans that monies raised specifically for charity were used by Buffalo’s Chamber of Commerce for expenses incurred for Longmire Days and not for the charity stipulated. For the past six years, the town of Buffalo, Wyoming has held the event called, Longmire Days. It’s purpose is to celebrate the author, Craig Johnson, the books along with the cast and crew of the TV show. Over the past few years, it’s become one of, if not the biggest events of the town’s summer. Between 10-15,000 people come from all over to celebrate all things Longmire. In connection with the event, several raffles have been held to benefit various charities. For the past three years that charity has been the American Indian College Fund (AICF). All marketing for the raffles have indicated that the proceeds would be sent to AICF. It has been estimated that $50,000 has been raised over a three year period. It’s now been learned that AICF has never received those funds. The Chamber is now claiming that the proceeds of the raffles would always go towards the event and anything left over would go to AICF. This was not communicated to the donors. To make matters more complicated, since July 2017, its been learned that the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has been the victim of financial mismanagement leading to the resignation of its CEO (resulting in criminal charges). Longmire’s special effects Chief, Randy Moore, is seeking to make the situation right. Fan gave funds in good faith and AICF should not be deprived of the opportunity to help young people get an education. Here are some links to articles/posts with more information.
I'm 19, started watching this show at 17, and loved it from the start. I have tried to talk my friends into watching it but they are always disinterested and would rather watch "Vampire Diaries,"or "13 reasons why," or some other crappy teen show. After looking into to it, I found that Longmire is an "old person's show" and is marketed that way. I suppose that makes sense, but I think the younger viewers are really missing out. So why do you think that the show doesn't appeal to teens/young adults? And how old are you guys? Also, as a female, I'm wondering if other girls are into the show as much as I am.
I’m about half-way into the film at this time and I’d say my favorite things about it so far are the setting and the cast, which include Tantoo Cardinal who played Crow Medicine Woman (surprised to learn she wasn’t named in the show), Graham Greene who played Malachi, and notably (though not related to the show) Gil Birmingham who played in the film Hell or High Water (set in Texas) and the show House of Cards, I’ve seen both and highly recommend Hell or High Water which I also just watched today.