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Banshee: Half Deaf Is Better Than All Dead

A museum heist in Harrisburg is botched while Lucas, Carrie and Job renew their partnership, and later, Lucas and Emmett coerce Proctor's henchman into divulging incriminating evidence in the murder case. Meanwhile, Sugar wants his deal sweetened, while Kendell gets beat up.

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Episode Info


Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 104
Airdate: Friday February 01st, 2013
Special Airtime: 10:00 pm


Alternate Airdates:

Hungary Mar 23, 2013
AU (FOX8) Sep 04, 2013

  • Currently 8.6/10
8.6/10 (7 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Matthew RauchMatthew Rauch
As Clay Burton (Kai Proctor's Personal Assistant and Bodyguard)
Recurring
Kristopher KlingKristopher Kling
As Arno Webber (Worked For Hanson, Questioned By Lucas And Emmett)
Recurring
Kay StoryKay Story
As Kat Moody (Wife Of Cole Moody, Warns Lucas About The Moody's)
Recurring
Marcus HesterMarcus Hester
As Marcus Moody (Attacks Lucas and Kai, Brother Of Cole Moody)
Recurring
Jessejames LocorriereJessejames Locorriere
As Dex Moody (Attacks Lucas and Kai, Brother Of Cole Moody)
Recurring
Michael TourekMichael Tourek
As Tom Moody (Attacks Lucas and Kai, Brother Of Cole Moody)
Recurring

Co-Guest Stars
Wayne PéreWayne Pére
As Senator Robert Schumacher (Senator Of Banshee, Father Of Reed)
Recurring
Robert TreveilerRobert Treveiler
As Jackson Sperling (Kai Proctor's Lawyer)
Recurring
Alpha TrivetteAlpha Trivette
As Israel Proctor (Amish Farmer, Father Of Kai Proctor)
Recurring
Deja  DeeDeja Dee
As Alma (Receptionist At The Sheriff's Office)
Recurring
Stephen WareStephen Ware
As Judge James Patrick Whitford (In Courthouse At Kai Proctor's Trial)
Recurring
Chris Walters (2)Chris Walters (2)
As Homophobe (Heckles Job In A Diner)
Rodney RogersRodney Rogers
As Cop (Responds To Lucas Robbing The Museum)
Richard CravensRichard Cravens
As Aryan (At Arno's Apartment Complex)
Gina StewartGina Stewart
As Waitress (At The Diner Where Job Is Sitting)
Main Cast
Antony StarrAntony Starr
As Lucas Hood
Ivana MilicevicIvana Milicevic
As Carrie Hopewell
Ulrich ThomsenUlrich Thomsen
As Kai Proctor
Frankie FaisonFrankie Faison
As Sugar Bates
Hoon LeeHoon Lee
As Job
Rus BlackwellRus Blackwell
As Gordon Hopewell
Matt ServittoMatt Servitto
As Brock Lotus
Demetrius GrosseDemetrius Grosse
As Emmett Yawners
Trieste DunnTrieste Dunn
As Siobhan Kelly
Ryann ShaneRyann Shane
As Deva Hopewell
Daniel Ross OwensDaniel Ross Owens
As Dan Kendall

Recap

The scene opens with Carrie and Gordon having sex. However, it seems that Carrie is somewhere else. Gordon finishes and asks if she is good. She lies and says that she is fine. She tells him that it is because she is stressed. She goes to the kitchen and sits on the counter. After a while, she goes back to bed. The next day, Lucas is running through a hall and is trapped. He calls Job and tells him that he is in a jam. Job realizes that he is on a take, meaning that he is stealing something. He works his magic and stops the alarm. Lucas sees that he is getting another call. It is Carrie. She tells him that she can’t sleep now that he is in town. He tells her that he can’t talk right now. He switches back to Job and he tells Lucas that the police are going to be there in 6 minutes. He works through the system and looks for an override. Lucas starts to panic and hyperventilate. He switches back to Carrie. ..

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Episode Notes
Ratings: 0.45 Million Viewers



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Boo Boo DavisSilverminePlays at the Forge with Lucas and Sugar.
Mary GauthierWalk Through the FirePlays during the end credits.
Ulrich ThomsenEin PrositFolk song sung by Kai Proctor.


Episode Quotes
Lucas: I'm in a bit of a bind.
Job: And you're calling me. Am I the only one detecting a bit of a pattern here?
Lucas: I'm on a tank, I got boxed.
Job: Where are you?
Lucas: State Museum, Harrisburg.
Job: State Museum? How the mighty have fallen.

Kat: The Moody boys are coming for you. You killed their brother and they're not going to let that sit.
Lucas: Why would you warn me?
Kat: That's not the right question.
Lucas: What is, then?
Kat: The question is, why aren't you scared?
Lucas: You have a good morning, Kat.

Aryan Man: What you doing here, man?
Lucas: It's alright guys, he's one of us! His wife is white!
Emmett: Nice.
Lucas: Just sayin'.

Arno: You've got to keep me out of this, they'll kill me!
Emmett: What a loss that would be to the Nazi genepool.
Lucas: We'll be in touch, stay by the phone.
Arno: You just took my f--king phone.
Emmett: Then stay here.
Arno: Ugh.



Episode Goofs
Continuity:

When Lucas, Proctor and the Moody boys are fighting in the river the pattern and amount of blood on Lucas' face changes multiple times throughout the scene.




Cultural References
Amedeo Modigliani: When Lucas calls Job from the State Museum, he says that he was in the Modigliani exhibit.

Amedeo Modigliani was an Italian painter and sculptor known best for his modern style portraits and nudes.

The Addams Family: When Arno pulls the hand out of his freezer, he tells Lucas that it is like the "Adam's Family."

This is a reference to the television show 'The Addams Family' in which one character is simply a disembodied hand.

Jean Paul Gaultier: When Job shows up in Banshee and sits on Lucas' car, he tells him that he wants the entire Jean Paul Gaultier collection.

Jean Paul Gaultier is a French haute couture fashion designer.



Episode References
Season 1, Episode 1: After being released from jail in 1x01 "Pilot" an ex-con took the identity of a man named Lucas Hood and became the Sheriff of the town of Banshee.

Season 1, Episode 1: Lucas and Carrie/Anna were involved in a jewel robbery over 15 years ago, for which Lucas went to jail for, as was revealed in 1x01 "Pilot."

Season 1, Episode 3: Lucas got in a fight with boxer Damien Sanchez in 1x03 "Meet the New Boss" after Sanchez raped and assaulted a waitress.



Other Episode Crew

Co-ProducerBill Hill (1)  |  Christina Jokanovich
Associate ProducerAllen Marshall Palmer
Unit Production ManagerBill Hill (1)
First Assistant DirectorRobert Scott (2)
Second Assistant DirectorYuko Ogata
Music SupervisorP. J. Bloom  |  Evyen Klean
HairstylistWyatt Belton  |  Sylvia Hendrix
Set DecoratorJames Ferrell
Location ManagerS. Scott Clackum
Construction CoordinatorGrant Reed
Script SupervisorDiane Collins
Production CoordinatorCallie Hersheway
LeadmanBob Smith
Stunt CoordinatorJim Vickers
Storyboard ArtistCesar Lemus
Art DirectorJim Gloster
Assistant Production CoordinatorSean M. Love
Sound MixerJeffrey Bloomer
Costume SupervisorLeslie Sungail
Boom OperatorAnthony Cargioli
Key Makeup ArtistJason Willis
Production AccountantCharles de Bernier
Extras CastingTona Dahlquist
Chief Lighting TechnicianChristiano Palermi
Department Head HairJulie Delaney
Set DresserKara Williamson  |  Brody Docar
MedicRichard S. Bellina  |  Michael Morley
On-set DresserJamie Bishop
Assistant Art DirectorGeanina Vasilescu
Payroll AccountantVictoria Carnall
Makeup ArtistAnthony Brooks
Lead ScenicSean Bernard
Paint ForemanJohn Marsan
Still PhotographerFred Norris
Assistant Location ManagerRyan Daeche
Construction ForemanWhitney Yale
Set CostumerMonique Morales-kroll  |  Heather Rae Thompson
2nd Assistant AccountantJeanne Chin Lee
Accounting ClerkTo Lee
1st Assistant AccountantAngie Ryan
Assistant PropsDeanna C. Tilley
BuyerBarbee Livingston
Additional Second Assistant DirectorKatarzyna Kait Malec
Stage ForemanJeff Weeks (1)
Local CastingLisa Mae Fincannon
Dept. Head Make-up ArtistRick D. Pour
2nd Second Assistant DirectorThomas G. Parris
Travel SecretaryAlicia R. Elliott
Lead Set DesignerDee Blackburn
GangbossJames Johnston
Shop ForemanBen Howe
Set PainterElizabeth-Ann Schmidt  |  George C. Palmer
Construction UtilityJoe Leon Utley  |  Jeffrey Allen Shoe Sr.
Make-up Effects ArtistJeff Goodwin
 
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