The Complete Fifth SeasonDVD - 2017 | Widescreen edition
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Throwing a Molotov cocktail into a van is a different act than overdosing. One's aggressive, the other's passive. Different people.
Can you describe him?
-I only remember the shotgun he pointed at my head.
You sent me there to cause a disturbance so you could enter the house legally.
-I told you it was a good plan.
If I shot you, I would've shot you dead.
- I think you thought you did.
Oh, I would've made sure.
Why don't you come work for me?
-Yeah, that sounds great. Leap from one unstable, hostile work environment to another.
Basically, I just have to trust you?
Well, a few weeks ago in session, you said that I was placing too much trust in you.
-Well, this is different.
It sure is.
Somebody's getting his memory back.
I should've kept this to myself. No. But you opened me up, right? And all the shit started coming out of my head, and it should've just stayed there.
Sit down, Standing Bear.
-I would rather stand.
Yeah, I would, too, if I had a bullet in my ass.
I'm hurting people. That's not who I am. Or who I was.
For a lot of my people, the most frightening words they can hear are, "I'm a concerned white person, and I'm here to help."
How much did he give you?
That is generous.
- You're upset.
I am surprised.
-Yeah, well, apparently you're not the only one.
There's already been complaints. Jacob made a lot of promises to the tribe.
-How much were these tribal casino checks?
About $745,000 less than yours.
Everyone's welcome at the Chrysalis Mobile Home Villa, where caterpillars blossom into butterflies.
Well, that's easier said than done, Dan.
-Of course it is. But real men don't take no for an answer.
You love me like a father, don't you?
-Yes, I do.
You're also underestimating me like a father.
My priorities are the well-being of our people and the infrastructure of our community. Schools, community centers, access to legal aid.
-And the people themselves?
Have you heard of "refeeding syndrome"? It's when a starved body can't process an excess of new food. The body shuts down dies, even. For centuries, our people have been starved of prosperity and opportunity. You can't just open up a buffet and expect a starving person to make smart choices. You have to feed the starved body a little at a time so that it can get well again.
-So, you are saving misguided Indians from themselves.
You sound like the U.S. government.
He deserves more than that, of course, but he sure as hell doesn't deserve less. Not from you. Not from anyone.
Did Vincent often take your ten-year-old with him when he'd go drinking?
-He said leaving her in the car was safer than leaving her with me because I was an unfit mother.
In Cheyenne culture, the most prized dowry a groom can offer his new bride's father is a rifle. There's a reason for this tradition. Do you know what it is?
- No, clearly.
The idea is that you never arm your enemy. You're making a deep and, dare I say, courageous commitment to this tribe. The rifle is a symbol of my trust.
Speaking of perplexity, do you actually know how a woman gets pregnant?
-Well, um I think I may have read about that somewhere.
So, why would you think that I was, you know…
-What do you mean? Didn't we, um?
You don't remember?
-I got hit in the head.
So did we? Well I guess every great romance deserves a little mystery.
Uh, your cholesterol's a little high. Here's a statin.
- I'll eat more oatmeal.
Of course you will.
You and I both know that Jim was a junkie.
- So he deserved it?
No. But if we blame Jim's death on this dealer, why not blame his last one? Or the guy who fired him from Burger King when he was 22?
I'm not guilty.
-Dad, me representing you confirms everything they're accusing you of. Cronyism, corruption, ignoring the rules.
You know like they say, if a bear shits in the woods and nobody saw you shoot it, did it really die?
The medicine will give you strength, but you also need to find your own.
What's with the flags?
-Oh, they're called fladry. Contrary to popular belief, wolves are naturally shy. Anything new scares them. I'm trying to educate the ranchers into putting these flags up and their guns away.
Was the company at fault?
-Well, she signed a waiver. She knew what she was doing.
The children look at their lives and see no future. No one stepping up. Nothing ever changing! How am I supposed to protect them?!
I didn't call you.
-Your daughter asked me to come. If the mountain won't go to Muhammad, Muhammad must go to the mountain.
So, Mountain, tell me about this civil suit.
Maybe it's another Dick Cheney situation where one of them shot the other.
Billy's never forgiven himself for that drunk driving accident that just about killed Cady. I thought I was doing the right thing by taking the fall for him. Turns out it was the worst parenting mistake I've ever made, and that's saying something. Billy should have done his time, Walt. Maybe then he would have stopped punishing himself.
You need help.
- Why? Why? Because I like to party on my days off? I got a job. I pay my bills. That's more than you can say.
Damn it. Look at your arm. You're a junkie!
- So what? I'm an adult.
What do I tell him?
-How about the truth? That Joey Takoda was a drug dealer who got what was coming to him.
I've run into your kind before.
-So, is it a deal?
You're still breathing, aren't you?
You passed out.
-A few minutes ago, you thought that was brilliant.
A few minutes ago, I thought you were faking it.
A badge and a gun doesn't make you flawless.
Hector's a spirit, a descendant of the Dog Soldiers
Your adapter well, it was all busted. It turns out the, uh, male end and the female end weren't exactly, uh, simpatico. I guess I have intuition when it comes to stuff like that.
I found another way to score.
-You find someone else to sleep with?
I thought you and I had an arrangement.
- But you and I don't, and this is my jurisdiction.
A "WANTED" poster. Cowboy Bill. The bank robber. Can I keep that? Hot damn. Look at that cell. There better be a harmonica waiting for me in there.
It's like the Wild West out here, ain't it? My dad would love this. Pure Peckinpah.
Didn't you say you wanted to be there? You wanted to fight?
-Well, a key part of fighting is showing up, you know, for the actual fight.
What the hell happened?
-I got, uh
And if you say you got shot, I am gonna punch you.
-Beyond that, I don't know.
I'm happy to hear that the phone company has a better chance of finding my prisoner than the sheriff.
A 13-year-old girl caught shoplifting in a mall would be too dangerous for Deputy Ferguson to deal with.
You know, nobody would blame you if you made a deal to save your life.
So, you're encouraging students to work at a casino rather than go to college.
-College isn't an option for most of these kids.
So, uh, why not give them the option of getting up close and personal with the heroin trade and organized crime?
I'm so proud of you.
-Proud? I failed.
No, you survived. There could have been a very different ending to what happened out there on that road, but here you are.
My life is not my own anymore. I have too many puppet masters pulling my strings.
Are we done here?
- I do believe we are. Although, I do have just one more question.
You're kidding me. You're you're pulling a Columbo?
You know, the first time J.P. beat me, he called the police. Yeah, that's right. He called the tribal police to report himself, just to rub it in my face that there's nothing they could do about it. He's white.
And trust me I got a lot on my plate, and feeling guilty when you show up dead is not something that I want to add.
This civil suit is not about whether or not I did the right thing. It's about negotiating lies. I don't know how to play that game.
These people did not elect me to protect myself, Dave. I'm here to protect them. Right now, heroin is pouring into my county, a murderer is on the loose, and a mob boss thinks he can move in. I have work to do.
What makes you think I won't kill you in the middle of the night, Sheriff Longmire?
-Others have tried. Look me up. You'll find I have quite a reputation.
The promise of easy money was just the kind of thing he'd get excited about.
What part of Colorado? Pagosa Springs.
-Oh, it's the Paris of the Southwest.
"To the Absarokas past hill and hollow." That. That's wrong. That doesn't scan. Every other line in the poem has 10 syllables. That's got 11.
- I know. That's just because Anson Hamilton is a hack poet.
No. No, that's not it. You're pronouncing one of the words wrong. This county we call it Absaroka. Northwest of here is a whole mountain range spelled the same, pronounced differently "Absorka."
Once upon a time, my dad and I used to tell each other things.
I was trying to protect her from that deadbeat, opportunistic husband.
-We can't protect our children from their mistakes. We have to let them face the consequences.
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