Hell on Wheels season 4 episode 9 ‘Two Trains’ was absolutely trilling. Again, Cullen Bohannon is the Southern gentleman, the man who fears nothing, the leader in whom all trust… OUR HERO!
Season 4 has had ups and downs. In my opinion, it was a bad idea that Bohannon was married and with a son. If he cared for his family, the character was losing strength. If he abandoned his family, our hero became a villain. Now, Naomi Bohannon is in the Mormon Fort with her dull family, away from Cheyenne, and Cullen Bohannon is a bold man again. Superb! I love Hell on Wheels season 4 episode 9 ‘Two Trains.’
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Another bad idea was to eliminate Elam Ferguson (actor Common). He was the alter ego of Bohannon, friends and foes, but always looking at each other with respect. Now, it seems that Sydney (actor Jonathan Scarfe) can replace Ferguson somehow. Of course, we cannot forget that Sydney killed cowardly the shopkeeper of Cheyenne (Elam would never do that) and pointed the gun at Naomi Bohannon and her son… But Scarfe is a great actor, and the clash between Sydney and Bohannon may be really stimulating.
Also, a good point is the turn of Mr. Durant. Bohannon and Durant should be allies if they want the railroad reaches the Pacific Ocean. The natural enemy is the Governor Campbell (another wonderful actor, Jake Weber!), and these two teams: Campbell and Sydney vs. Durant and Bohannon could inspire hundreds of novels and movies.
Definitely, Hell on Wheels season 4 rocks again! I look forward to see episode 10. And you? Tell us your opinion!
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