Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 9

Well, last week was pretty action-packed, what with the Alamo-esque stand-offs, the insight into the twisted head of Odin Quincannon, pet murder, and an overriding mission statement that’s starting to look a lot like “God. What the fuck use is he?” Mysteries of subterranean machinery remain, and Jesse’s relationship with the town, God, and everyone looks…

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Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 8

This episode is called El Valero, which as best as I can tell is a reference to The Alamo. Given the set up at the end of the last episode, that seems like a pretty good excuse for a standoff of epic proportions. Remaining questions include – “what the fuck happened to Cassidy?” and “could…

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Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 7

When last we saw Annville’s resident Preacher Jesse Custer, he might just have made himself the worst man of religion ever by sending one of his parishioners to Hell. This episode, entitled “He Gone”, will hopefully fill us in on whether’s that’s what actually happened or at least let us bear witness to the resulting…

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Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 6

Back into it! This episode is called “Sundowner” so I’m guessing something or someone will be going down at the local motel. Given that this show has a vampire character, it could also be related to him. I have my glass of communion wine at the ready, so let’s find out… The week’s episode opens…

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Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 5

Argh! Still a week behind. Episode catch up continues. This episode is called “South will rise again”, and I’m really hoping this doesn’t mean Confederate Zombies but who knows with this show? We open with the return of the cowboy from episode 2. We’d kind of forgotten about him, hadn’t we? Now, just remind us, what…

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Preacher recap: Season 1, Episode 4

So I’m frantically trying to catch up on episodes after having a hectic couple of weeks of non-viewing. But anyway, this episode is called “Monster Swamp” which is a phrase the Sheriff used at the end of the last episode by way of describing the anarchic and violent nature of things to his son, Eugene….

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