Hell on Wheels season 4 episode 3. Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and his Mormon wife, Naomi (Mackenzie Porter) seems to be the perfect couple. But does she have a dark side? Probably.
In Hell on Wheels season 4 episode 2, Naomi Bohannon was so loving and submissive, so attuned to the wishes of her husband… We were surprised! She never complains, even in the worst circumstances.
‘Are you tired?’ Cullen Bohannon asks Naomi.
‘No, if you aren’t.’ She answers.
‘Are you afraid?’ Cullen insists.
‘No, if you aren’t.’ She repeats while a heavy rain and the Indians threaten them.
However, in episode 3, some little shadow has started to appear. She wants money and a better life, even if Cullen must work for the brutal provisional governor John Campbell (actor Jake Weber).
What is Naomi Bohannon like?
She is a Mormon girl, but if we think a little, she is a rebel girl too, and maybe she wanted to leave her Mormon life and family from the beginning.
First time she met Cullen, she made love with him. Love at first sight? Perhaps, but it is a very challenging act for her family culture.
Afterwards, Cullen Bohannon hanged her brother, but she wants to marry him anyway, and declares that her pregnancy is not the result of any violation.
During their common life in the Mormon Fort, Naomi Bohannon tries to explain to Cullen that she is ready to get away with him and to leave her family and culture forever… Yes, a perfect wife but a bad daughter.
Is Naomi Bohannon so submissive or a clever and ambitious woman?
Once in Cheyenne, she does well in that dangerous place. She gets food and manages the cabin. She knows how to ask for money, even to governor John Campbell. In fact, she is a successful person!
Who is she?
Previously, I thought that Naomi and her son had to return to the Mormon Fort because Cullen life with them would be dull, and this is not good for Hell on Wheels season 4 TV show. However now, Naomi is beginning to introduce new conflicts in the series. That’s good! Maybe she is a perfect character for Cheyenne.
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