1923 Recap: Season 1 Episode 3 – “The War Has Come Home”

Life on the planes is unforgiving, and it is 1923: It starts the new year by killing one – or is it two? – Put main figures and balls in two more.

An hour that begins with a happy return home and a trip to the city turns into a bloodbath thanks to the angry shepherds. That makes Spencer and Alexandra’s night fighting lions and hyenas in Africa seem like a day at the spa in comparison, doesn’t it?

Read on for the highlights of The War Has Come Home.

LOVE AMONG THE LIONS | Let’s cover the Kenyan part of the story first. Spencer and Alexandra are all housed in the railroad camp. As he finds out about the spotted hyena that attacked the workers, she wakes up in her tent with a very satisfied smile on her face. After Alex gets dressed, she and Spencer talk about how stunningly vast Africa is; He mentions that there is a spot nearby where he saw a child’s footprint carved in stone from a very long time ago. “Show me,” she says.

So they drive out to the scene and practically pass the entire cast The Lion King On the way. When they arrive, they have a very sweet conversation in which he asks her if he can call her “Alex” instead of “Alexandra” – mainly because the former will be quicker in case a wild animal comes at her – and she agrees zu He joked that his request was so lengthy: “I’m not going to hold my breath for a suggestion.”

Spencer literally pauses as she clarifies that she means a marriage proposal, and she’s kind of joking, but he suddenly gets very serious and says, “I’m about to ask.” Then we get this delicious dialogue:

ALEX| I don’t hear any question.
SPENCER | Marry me.
ALEX | That is a statement
SPENCER | It’s a requirement.
ALEX | You Americans are brutes.
SPENCER | Yes Madam.

1923-recap-episode-3-is-jacob-dead-harrison-fordThey kiss, very entwined, and I’m at the same time happy for them and EXTREMELY worried they’ll get mugged by a passing hippo or something. And that fear proves justified on the drive back to camp, when they look into each other’s eyes so lovingly that they don’t see a charging elephant until it’s almost there. After a defensive drive from Spencer’s side, the creature knocks the vehicle over. Spencer manages to shoot and kill the elephant, saving her life, but the car is toast. Spencer tells a dazed and bleeding Alex that they can’t go back because night is coming soon, so they must do the next best thing: take shelter under a not-so-tall tree nearby and hope no animal notices them before morning.

The problem, as Spencer points out, is that the elephant’s carcass is tantamount to a “14-ton dinner bell,” and both lions and hyenas get to feast in the dark. Eventually, a lion notices Dutton and his wife, setting off a terrifying cycle of Spencer gunshots, dying animals, and Alex screams. In the middle, a caravan of cars is approaching – help from the railway camp. “Were here!” Alex yells and gets her attention. The men help restrain the animals long enough to trip the couple. “Do you want my fiancee?” Spencer asks Alex as they leave. “We’ll talk about that in the car,” she replies, sounding absolutely DONE.

On the drive back, she admits that looking death in the eye kind of sucked, and she never wants to feel that way again. He says it used to be the only way he could feel anything… “Until I meet you.” GUYS IT’S LIKE 48 HOURS SINCE THEY MEET. A cold. She orders him to find a new job. They then talk about having more sex when they get back to the tent, but they get a head start right there in the back seat – much to their driver’s chagrin.

1923-recap-episode-3-is-jacob-dead-harrison-fordBANNER CREIGHTON PLANS HIS REVENGE | Now to Montana, where Cara, Emma and Elizabeth are pleased to find that the men are home early. After their first warm greeting, Jacob mentions to Cara that he has to go into town the next day to speak to the sheriff about everything that happened to Banner Creighton and his shepherds. When she laments that he’s leaving so soon, he suggests, “Why don’t we all go into town?”

However, over at the Creighton house, Banner returns and summons some friends to come to his aid. When his wife wonders what happened that he’s so bloody and horseless, he mutters, “The damn Duttons happened.”

The next day, the Duttons and their ranchers clean up and take the buggy (and several horses) to Boseman. Passing a shop, they learn that electricity will soon be piped to the valley where they live, and the women marvel at the washing machine and fridge, which the clerk says could make their lives easier. I could write a book about how men scoff at the idea of ​​”convenience,” but the devices would do the trick ladies Live easier, but we’ve got bigger sheep to shear in this episode. You just have to know that it made me extremely mad.

Jacob visits the sheriff and tells him what happened in the mountains. The lawman specifically forbids him further spontaneous hangings, saying they don’t need a range war with the shepherds. “The range war has already begun,” counters Jake. When he’s done, it’s too late to go home. So the Duttons all spend the night in a hotel… unaware that the man across the street is watching their every move.

1923-recap-episode-3-is-jacob-dead-harrison-ford“I’M WORTH THE WAIT” | Jack, Elizabeth and a bunch of cowboys meet at a pub for some gin rickeys, bee’s knees and a Charleston dance. The night ends hot and heavy for the young engaged couple, who make out in the hotel hallway until she gently pulls away and says, “I promise I’m worth the wait,” before ducking into her room. As Jack gasps in her wake, she seems to have had a change of heart: she opens her door again and he steps inside.

He finds her undressing near the window and both admit they are excited and nervous before getting down to business. Although Jacob joked about babies and schedules in the premiere, it doesn’t seem like these two previously cared about each other’s crops.

A ROUGH RIDE HOME | The next morning, Cara wakes up to find Jake shaving in the bathroom. They chat about how women who shave their legs are “all the talk now,” and it leads her to agree that “greed is what kills us all,” but it’s also greed sweet loving interaction between people who do We have been married for 44 years and we still genuinely care for each other. (Side note: His statement that it was a “pleasure and joy” to listen to their ramblings was my favorite part.)

As the Duttons leave town, despite Zane suggesting that a few cowboys should stay with him and the buggy, Jacob lets the cowboys drive ahead. When the family is traveling through a clearing and suddenly comes under gunfire, they have almost no support. Elizabeth is hit first when a bullet rips through her abdomen; Jack is next and shoulders one. Jacob yells for everyone to get out of the car as he and John Sr. return fire.

1923-recap-episode-3-is-jacob-dead-harrison-fordWhat follows is chaos. Everyone but Elizabeth jumps out and she starts screaming as the horses startle and take off at a gallop with her still in the buggy. Jack rides after her and jumps off his horse onto the wagon to get the horses under control before anything worse can happen. He wears them to hide behind a rock with Cara, Emma, ​​and the rest of the family. The shooting continues – Cara fires right next to her husband – before Banner pulls up in a car and pulls what I believe to be a submachine gun from the back seat. “I stay to my word!” he screams before letting go and hitting Jake and John while Emma and Cara run.

Zane and the Cowboys hear the fighting and arrive in time to take out most of the remaining Shepherds except for Banner, who drives away. Cara runs to Jake and finds him bleeding from multiple spots. Emma then approaches and Cara tries to keep her from seeing John Sr.’s lifeless body, but she can’t. And then Cara sees an escaped shepherd limping away from the clearing.

She follows him with her gun; We’re back to the moment the series premiered. He asks her to think of heaven. She tries to kill him but has to reload. He also tries to reload to kill you, but she is faster. After he dies, she screams.

IS JACOB A GONER? | Those uninjured manage to bring the wounded back to the ranch, where Jacob and Elizabeth are laid out on tables while their injuries are assessed. Jacob crunches that there’s no point in saving him – “I won’t give up!” Cara cries – and stresses the need to bring her nephew back from Africa. “Spencer needs to come home now,” he whispers. “You take him home.” She nods gravely.

Soon, a doctor and nurses come and shoo Cara out of the room so they can work. So the stunned matriarch takes paper and a pen outside and composes a letter to Spencer. His brother is dead, his nephew has been wounded, and by the time he gets the news, she writes, his uncle probably won’t be with us. “This ranch and your legacy are in jeopardy,” she writes. “Whatever war you wage within yourself, it must wait. You have to come home and fight this one.”

Now it is your turn. What do you think of the episode? Make you Do you think Jacob from Harrison Ford is dead? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

https://tvline.com/2023/01/01/1923-recap-episode-3-is-jacob-dead-harrison-ford/ 1923 Recap: Season 1 Episode 3 – “The War Has Come Home”

Lindsay Lowe

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