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All right. 15 00:01:22,450 --> 00:01:23,617 (CHUCKLES) 16 00:01:28,589 --> 00:01:29,823 (SIGHS) 17 00:01:43,537 --> 00:01:45,706 (WIND HOWLING) 18 00:02:00,854 --> 00:02:03,191 Dear God, what I'd give for a campfire, 19 00:02:03,224 --> 00:02:06,194 a bowl of stew, and a nice warm spot to put my... 20 00:02:06,227 --> 00:02:07,495 Shut the hell up, Shorty. 21 00:02:09,397 --> 00:02:10,631 (GRUNTS) 22 00:02:37,425 --> 00:02:39,360 (PANTING) 23 00:02:42,396 --> 00:02:43,564 Holy shit. 24 00:02:44,832 --> 00:02:47,201 Is that what I think it is? 25 00:02:48,669 --> 00:02:50,404 I believe it is. 26 00:02:51,539 --> 00:02:53,040 (CHUCKLES) 27 00:02:53,841 --> 00:02:56,043 You did it, you bastard. 28 00:02:57,245 --> 00:02:59,247 Break out the whiskey, ya gypsies, 29 00:02:59,280 --> 00:03:01,915 Bohannon's found the mother whoring route to Utah. 30 00:03:01,949 --> 00:03:03,584 (LAUGHS) 31 00:03:26,740 --> 00:03:28,609 (THEME MUSIC PLAYING) 32 00:04:00,240 --> 00:04:02,343 (TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWING) 33 00:04:24,432 --> 00:04:26,467 (INDISTINCT CHATTERING) 34 00:05:03,671 --> 00:05:06,139 Bohannon, you ugly piece of work. 35 00:05:06,574 --> 00:05:09,343 'Bout time you showed that mug back in Truckee. 36 00:05:09,377 --> 00:05:10,478 I'm touched you missed me, Jim. 37 00:05:11,379 --> 00:05:12,380 Saved you plenty of granite. 38 00:05:12,646 --> 00:05:14,348 Not too much, I hope. 39 00:05:14,382 --> 00:05:16,517 Couple of miles, give or take. 40 00:05:16,550 --> 00:05:19,353 -It's been a month. -Inches a day, Bohannon. 41 00:05:19,387 --> 00:05:20,988 Works for the wife. 42 00:05:21,021 --> 00:05:23,824 Come around tonight for supper with me and Mrs. Strobridge. 43 00:05:24,224 --> 00:05:25,258 You'll like her. 44 00:05:30,063 --> 00:05:31,532 (GROANS) Ah. 45 00:05:40,073 --> 00:05:42,242 Mr. Bohannon! 46 00:05:42,576 --> 00:05:45,379 You have the visage of a great explorer, sir, 47 00:05:45,413 --> 00:05:47,515 returned from this wild continent's dark places. 48 00:05:47,548 --> 00:05:49,850 I hope to light the way for civilization. 49 00:05:49,883 --> 00:05:51,351 Tell me you've found the route to Ogden. 50 00:05:52,085 --> 00:05:54,455 Straight through the coal fields of Weber Canyon. 51 00:05:56,590 --> 00:05:58,125 Straight down the throat of the Union Pacific. 52 00:05:58,692 --> 00:06:00,561 Now, we go through the mountains here, and here, 53 00:06:01,261 --> 00:06:04,064 then we're into the Nevada desert and all the way to Utah. 54 00:06:04,097 --> 00:06:06,066 Shaves 100 miles off our previous route. 55 00:06:06,099 --> 00:06:07,535 If we don't wither in the desert. 56 00:06:07,568 --> 00:06:09,570 We've got 15,000 workers, Bohannon, 57 00:06:09,603 --> 00:06:12,272 Irish and Chinamen combined, plus livestock. 58 00:06:12,305 --> 00:06:15,576 Not to mention Mrs. Strobridge, our kids, their dogs. 59 00:06:15,609 --> 00:06:17,210 Thirsty bastards, all. 60 00:06:17,244 --> 00:06:19,179 No, the creeks are marked. (SIGHS) 61 00:06:19,212 --> 00:06:22,082 We build dams here, and here for tank ponds. 62 00:06:22,115 --> 00:06:24,017 -Trout in them ponds? -We can stock them. 63 00:06:24,051 --> 00:06:25,118 The rest we take from the Sierras. 64 00:06:25,152 --> 00:06:26,754 Meltage from the snowpack this spring. 65 00:06:26,787 --> 00:06:28,589 Build tanks, ship 'em out on the flatbeds. 66 00:06:28,622 --> 00:06:30,458 The snowpack idea ain't bad. 67 00:06:30,791 --> 00:06:32,893 I been known to come through on occasion. 68 00:06:35,128 --> 00:06:37,798 Congratulations, gentlemen. We might just have a shot at winning this race. 69 00:06:38,298 --> 00:06:39,933 Oh, uh, 70 00:06:39,967 --> 00:06:42,670 Chang has fresh Chinamen out by his rice hut. 71 00:06:45,639 --> 00:06:47,675 Any of them telegrams for me? 72 00:06:52,580 --> 00:06:54,281 It's only been a month. 73 00:06:55,315 --> 00:06:56,917 No luck finding your wife and child? 74 00:06:59,186 --> 00:07:02,355 Well, we have ongoing business with the Mormons, Mr. Bohannon. 75 00:07:02,790 --> 00:07:05,192 I'm sure Brigham Young will answer our inquiry eventually. 76 00:07:07,495 --> 00:07:09,530 Yeah. I'll see to Chang. 77 00:07:15,435 --> 00:07:17,370 (INDISTINCT CHATTERING) 78 00:07:24,344 --> 00:07:26,847 (IN CANTONESE) The company's fees are nothing new. 79 00:07:27,481 --> 00:07:28,882 (CONTINUES SPEAKING CANTONESE) 80 00:07:39,392 --> 00:07:40,494 Boss man. 81 00:07:42,663 --> 00:07:43,764 (SPEAKING IN ENGLISH) Mr. Bohannon, 82 00:07:43,797 --> 00:07:46,667 an honor to finally serve you in my humble rice shop. 83 00:07:47,968 --> 00:07:49,870 What can I get for you? Something to eat? Tea? 84 00:07:50,470 --> 00:07:51,972 Just them workers right there. 85 00:07:54,374 --> 00:07:57,745 Oh, in China, it's an offense to refuse a host's offer of food or drink. 86 00:07:59,847 --> 00:08:01,682 But this isn't China, thank God. 87 00:08:03,383 --> 00:08:05,252 I fought for the Taiping Kingdom. 88 00:08:06,386 --> 00:08:10,558 Yeah, your leader thought he was a brother of Jesus Christ, 89 00:08:10,591 --> 00:08:12,292 something like that. 90 00:08:12,325 --> 00:08:14,562 But then he had y'all hanging human meat in the marketplace. 91 00:08:14,595 --> 00:08:17,665 Well, atrocities were committed on both sides. 92 00:08:18,498 --> 00:08:20,433 As they were in America's Civil War. 93 00:08:21,334 --> 00:08:23,871 Andersonville Prison comes to mind. 94 00:08:24,437 --> 00:08:27,741 Tragic, but that's what happens in war, isn't it? 95 00:08:30,243 --> 00:08:33,747 Yeah. That should be enough pay for about 50 workers. 96 00:08:34,582 --> 00:08:38,151 As you know, I provide so much more than tunnel fodder for my friends. 97 00:08:38,185 --> 00:08:40,120 Spirits, opium, women. 98 00:08:40,854 --> 00:08:42,623 What's your pleasure? 99 00:08:43,591 --> 00:08:47,527 Workers will be fine. Let's get these men to the work site, Mr. Tao. 100 00:08:49,597 --> 00:08:50,964 (SPEAKING CANTONESE) 101 00:09:50,323 --> 00:09:52,192 Lot of new recruits. 102 00:09:53,026 --> 00:09:54,995 These men got a railroad where they're from? 103 00:09:55,629 --> 00:09:57,865 Guangdong province is very poor. 104 00:09:58,932 --> 00:10:01,635 Many villages devastated by rebels. 105 00:10:03,036 --> 00:10:04,004 Men like Chang. 106 00:10:05,338 --> 00:10:08,041 Here we are all guests of Gold Mountain. 107 00:10:09,843 --> 00:10:11,111 Chang bad man. 108 00:10:11,144 --> 00:10:12,646 (SPEAKING CANTONESE) 109 00:10:15,783 --> 00:10:17,851 (IN ENGLISH) Please forgive my son, Mr. Bohannon. 110 00:10:17,885 --> 00:10:22,022 He is young, his manners are bad, and his English is worse. 111 00:10:22,055 --> 00:10:23,323 Maybe. 112 00:10:24,725 --> 00:10:26,794 But I'm inclined to agree with him. 113 00:10:42,075 --> 00:10:43,476 God damn it, John! 114 00:10:43,510 --> 00:10:47,514 Get your rice-eating asses back down there and repack that powder! 115 00:10:51,084 --> 00:10:53,053 Jesus, Bohannon. 116 00:10:53,086 --> 00:10:56,323 Leave the Johns to that Hell's mouth and get back to your desk. 117 00:10:56,356 --> 00:10:58,158 You're a stakeholder, for God's sake. 118 00:10:58,926 --> 00:11:00,828 Never have learned how to sit behind a desk, Mr. Strobridge. 119 00:11:00,861 --> 00:11:04,364 If I was you, I'd figure it out. It's tight as a Chinese trap down there 120 00:11:04,397 --> 00:11:07,034 and smells about as good as a syphilitic whore. 121 00:11:07,067 --> 00:11:08,702 Least it ain't downwind of you. 122 00:11:08,736 --> 00:11:10,270 You're liable to lose a limb. 123 00:11:12,205 --> 00:11:13,707 Keep an eye out for me, Jim. 124 00:11:16,343 --> 00:11:17,410 (GRUNTS) 125 00:11:19,546 --> 00:11:22,082 (MEN SPEAKING CANTONESE INDISTINCTLY) 126 00:11:34,127 --> 00:11:35,996 Y'all started the horizontal blasting? 127 00:11:36,029 --> 00:11:37,430 TAO: Yes, boss man. 128 00:11:46,306 --> 00:11:48,041 -(SCREAMS) -(SPEAKING CANTONESE) 129 00:11:48,375 --> 00:11:49,576 (WHIMPERING) 130 00:12:00,220 --> 00:12:01,121 You any good with that thing? 131 00:12:06,559 --> 00:12:07,761 Come on. 132 00:12:10,130 --> 00:12:11,498 (EXHALES) 133 00:12:11,932 --> 00:12:13,266 (YELLING) 134 00:12:26,814 --> 00:12:28,081 Ah, that should be good. 135 00:12:28,816 --> 00:12:31,651 -Black powder? -(SPEAKS CANTONESE) 136 00:12:34,287 --> 00:12:35,789 (MAN SPEAKS CANTONESE) 9361

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