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Longmire Ashes to Ashes (2012–2017) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Action / Crime / Drama / Western
Original Title: Ashes to Ashes
Director: Michael Offer
Writers: Craig Johnson,Hunt Baldwin
Released: 2012–2017
Duration: 48min
Video type: TV Episode
After killing David Ridges, sheriff Longmire uncovers a clue that could prove that Ridges killed Miller Beck. Meanwhile, Branch is curious about a possible relationship between his father and Jacob Nighthorse.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Taylor Robert Taylor - Sheriff Walt Longmire
Katee Sackhoff Katee Sackhoff - Victoria 'Vic' Moretti
Lou Diamond Phillips Lou Diamond Phillips - Henry Standing Bear
Bailey Chase Bailey Chase - Branch Connally
Cassidy Freeman Cassidy Freeman - Cady Longmire
Adam Bartley Adam Bartley - The Ferg
Louanne Stephens Louanne Stephens - Ruby
A Martinez A Martinez - Jacob Nighthorse
Hank Cheyne Hank Cheyne - Sam Poteet
Aaron Abrams Aaron Abrams - Vogel
Eli Goodman Eli Goodman - ADA Sloan
Louis Herthum Louis Herthum - Omar
Cory Blevins Cory Blevins - Cop
Charles S. Dutton Charles S. Dutton - Detective Fales
Gerald McRaney Gerald McRaney - Barlow Connally


Reviews: [4]

  • avatar

    Samowar

    Canceled - why? Sure there are problems with the show,I'm not blind. I see the errors as they are pointed out, and to some point I do agree. There are just so many other shows out there more worthy of canceling. Some of the shows I actually liked. They were all good at one time, but the BUTS get bigger every season. I loved 'Bones', but it is being governed by PC over quality writing. The kind of hi-quality writing that 'Longmire' suffers from. No reason to cancel there. I always like 'The Mentalist', but after 'Red John' was terminated...my interest in that show was terminated. In 'Longmire', there is no Red John, just a lot of bodies piling up in his small town. Even 'NCIS', the show that got me back in the couch-potato position, is running low on material. American Family' - not my cup of tea, and sorry about mentioning that show in the same write-up as 'Longmire.' I guess maybe it is time to put this show to rest and end on some kind of hi-note. What am I saying? Don't cancel it.
  • avatar

    Siratius

    In my review of the main series (written after season 2) I heaped praise on this production. In my reviews, however, of key episodes in season 3, that praise had turned to scorn. Not that the show was less than entertaining, simply that it had become less than genuine, literally going to any length (Walt's wife killed over an election?) to pull ratings. And ultimately money for the producers.

    There is an old vaudeville story about the man who could dive off a ladder 200 feet in the air into a tank of water barely his own size. Yes, he could do the trick. But only once.

    Maybe, like Justified, the producers are looking for a wrapup in Season 4, so, in the name of ratings, burning all the characters to the ground makes sense to them? Not to me. And it should not make sense to you either.

    If you have not seen this episode, I will say (a) it is well produced, suspenseful and entertaining; (b) it is completely inconsistent with the tone and grace of Season 1; and (c) it has plot holes you could drive a truck through.

    For example, if this "Who Shot JR?" twist is to be believed, then Barlow's own hired thug was also the guy who shot, and almost killed, his own son ...? Ask your fifth grader to explain THAT.

    And, for those fans who think I am being too harsh, consider this: In the very last scene, Barlow and Branch are trap shooting, and no one cares. Each shotgun blast goes completely un-noticed.

    Yet -- and you can check this on your PVR -- the very last gun blast -- the "mystery" shot which forms the cliffhanger for next season -- was identical in forensic acoustics to all the prior shots, YET THIS SHOT SOMEHOW AFFECTS WALT (at a distance) TO THE POINT THAT HE JUMPS INTO HIS TRUCK AND HI-TAILS IT TO THE SCENE...? Great writing if you are high school. But we expect more from this series. And seems we are not going to get it.
  • avatar

    Kanal

    The title of this episode, Ashes to Ashes, can be taken both literally and figuratively. A powerful performance by Robert Taylor, demonstrates the depths of his acting ability. The cliffhanger left millions of fans breathless, and is one reason fans rallied with the Longmire Posse to help find the show a new home after the former network abruptly canceled it. For 23 weeks, fans stormed social media in a cohesive manner, spreading the same message. We trended for 23 consecutive weeks, unparalleled on Twitter for a TV show.

    We simply must find out the resolution to the season 3 cliffhanger, and thanks to Netflix picking it up for season 4, we will find out.
  • avatar

    Ahieones

    This is a nice ending to the fundamental point of concern for the series to date. Through his diligence, Walt is able to finally figure out who was behind killing his wife. There is great chemistry between Walt and Henry, and they really do a nice job of playing off one another. We still have a couple of plot issues to deal with. Walt has decided he is not finished, as is pointed out in the poignant moment that he releases his wife's ashes. We also have Branch and his vicious, cold father, who never did an act of kindness for his son. But how will the suspense play out. Imagine if Richard Kimball had found the one-armed man in the third season of "The Fugitive." Could be fun.