- Sep 29, 2015
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Not everything is written iambic pentameter, but it does show up. The writing definitely has a Shakespearean quality, which really helped transporting me to the setting (even though it might be totally unfitting for the time and place). And yes, it's gloriously profanity laced, mostly due to Ian McShane's Al Swearangen, one of TV's greatest characters (this is the first time I've written out his name - I never noticed the Swear in his name before, very clever Mr Milch. He's a historical figure, but still).It’s tough, as I’ve had a good chunk of the summer off. But actually, Deadwood fits the bill! Perfect, actually, as I’m heavy into Amazon’s Bosch right now. Apparently, the lead had a (hopefully substantial) role on Deadwood as well). I’ve heard odd things, like every profanity-laced line is written in iambic pentameter?
What did he make the joke about walking into a Starbucks trying to buy a "normal coffee?"