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I think the show is great. But one question I come away with is why the show never dealt with Wyoming winters after the end of Season 1/beginning of Season 2 escaped prisoners story line. There is a saying about seasons in Wyoming. You have four of them, and they are: winter, winter, road construction, and winter. But you never saw the winter much after the first season. Viewers are left with the notion that Wyoming is in a year-round state of beautiful, temperate weather. And it's just not. People who live in Wyoming would look at Walt's picturesque home and think "I bet he gets snowed in all the time during the winter" because it's only accessible by a dirt road. And while an SUV can get around in the snow better than a sedan, no SUV is going to get you through three plus feet of snow that can fall in a single storm.

I know the series was filmed in New Mexico where the snow conditions are not nearly the same. And it would clearly be more challenging to have to film in hard snow conditions. I'm not complaining. It's just something you think about when you watch a show like that takes place in an area you're familiar with.

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So I saw a post that was archived about spin off ideas and just wanted to share a few of my own.

  1. Lucian and the Tin Man. Lucian teams up with robocop (tin man) if they can't get the rights to fight crime in Wyoming.
  2. Are you there great spirit, it's me Standing Bear. A half an hour podcast where Henry talks about life on the rez with Walt as a co host and Matthias turning up every few episodes to tell Walt to get off the rez. Then in Season Two Matthias joins as a full time co host and tells Walt to get off the rez.
  3. A Few Good Vics. Two of vics relatives show up and together they fight old west villains.
  4. For a Few Vics More. The vics return but this time there's more criminals.
  5. The Good, The Bad and The Vics. This time Vic is alone looking for treasure in a post civil war America.
  6. The Ferg. The Ferg grows a mustache and drives around in the trans am. (Though that one needs more work.)
  7. Vic and Omar Go Hunting. Vic and Omar host a local access channel show where they talk about hunting and Omar gets shot down at the end of every episode.
  8. Hector v. Dog Soldiers. Hector comes back from the dead and fights the dog soldiers.
  9. The Hector League. Hector, Standing Bear, The Ferg and Vic form a crime fighting team and deal with a mysterious supernatural enemy that is using a pillar of light or some stupid mcguffin god box thing to make the earth into his old planet.
  10. Medicine Woman and Walt. Walt and the crow medicine woman talk in grunts at each other about mystical forces.

Right that's probably all I got right now.

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He wasn't part of the heroine racket right? Wouldn't he have been able to stay as head of the casino? Or did he not go to jail, but the tribe didn't trust him anymore?

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I know the series is over and everything, but Walt sure seems like the kind of guy that would have a dog. A good dog. The kind that would protect him from people like Barlow and Malachi.

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Clearly not in the series, so I ask those who read the books.

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Ack yuck 🤢 so gross. My eyes my eyes. I did not need to se that. It was just as traumatic as seeing Jed Clampet grabbing Ellie May’s Barr breast. Thank G*d I never had to see that. But then, I sorta did when I saw Ancient Longmire groping the girl that is his daughter’s age. Also jumped the shark when Robert Taylor showed up for s6 filming with a botoxed forehead and filler under his eyes 🙄. So much for the aw shucks rugged aging lawman🤠

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I’m trying to find a song that plays at the very beginning of season 5 episode 2, when Walt gets in his bronco to drive to the morg, if someone could please help that’d be awesome!

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I just finished the show, absolutely LOVED it, but then I immediately went to find this sub and I can’t believe I don’t see anything about Travis!! What happened to him? Was the baby his?? Did I miss something!!

His character really grew on me and I was always annoyed with how Vic treated him. His elephant in the womb line still makes me laugh.

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In the very beginning of season 5 episode 2 they are playing an instrumental when Walt is getting in his bronco, can someone please link the song? It’s killing me

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Obviously Seasons 1-3 are the best, the tightest, and the most enjoyable.

Everyone has already written a ton, but I’m glad I found this show. I appreciate the characters, and the beautiful exteriors.

A shout out to my favorite characters:

Jamie the Pizza/Weed delivery driver.

Mathias

Standing Bear

Meg’s mom Beverly

Bob

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Feels like a long longmire episode

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Really enjoyed the first 3 seasons, but I miss the 1-off episodes from seasons 1 & 2. Feel like we’re hitting X-Files territory where a big conspiracy is just going to drag on. Still I watch because the characters are great and the scenery is beautiful. Murder She Wrote, but in Wyoming!

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What an easy show to watch. A bit clumsy but extremely enjoyable. You can usually tell who the bad guy is because they tend to be small name character actors from other shows, but even with that generally easy spotted reveal, I can’t stop watching. Every Lou Diamond Phillips scene is a joy, and I really want to see Ferg grow throughout the next 5 seasons!

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I finished the series the other day and wondered what the significance of the figures Henry Standing Bear kept in his safe was, as well as their positioning. At first I thought it was a rudimentary anti-theft device, so if his safe was moved they would fall down or if someone was rifling through his things he would immediately know. However, like almost everything in the show, I guessed that there was some double meaning, especially considering Henry's relationship with Walt and his standing in both the white and Cheyennne communities, and that the Indian figure was crouching with his rifle, while the cowboy would miss because he was standing. Does it have to do with "the asymptote", or did I miss something?

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I can’t find it at bestbuy and amazons product page returns errors. I have seen it on some questionable sites but not any I have heard of. Wikipedia, IMDb and dvd release date sites all seem to have 0 information. Also if it isn’t out does anyone know the release date. My parents are hooked on this show. I’m trying to get the last season for them as they have no internet. Thank you.

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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???

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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

Edit: link https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.christianpost.com/amp/longmire-updates-will-there-be-a-season-7-221708/

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