Longmire (2012–2017)
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Burned Up My Tears 

As the trial for his civil suit begins things don't look good for Walt especially after a murder leaves Vic and Walt as suspects.


Peter Weller


Craig Johnson (based upon the "Walt Longmire Mysteries" book series by), Hunt Baldwin (developed for television by) | 4 more credits »


Episode complete credited cast:
Robert Taylor ... Sheriff Walt Longmire
Katee Sackhoff ... Victoria 'Vic' Moretti
Lou Diamond Phillips ... Henry Standing Bear
Cassidy Freeman ... Cady Longmire
Adam Bartley ... The Ferg
Radha Mitchell ... Alex Graham
Peter Weller ... Lucian Connally
Zahn McClarnon ... Officer Mathias
Tom Wopat ... Sheriff Jim Wilkins
Eric Ladin ... Sawyer Crane
Josh Stamberg ... U.S. Marshal Hammond
Patch Darragh ... Dave Milgrom
Brett Rice ... Tucker Baggett
Mike Pniewski ... Judge Drood
Hank Cheyne ... Sam Poteet


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As the trial for his civil suit begins things don't look good for Walt especially after a murder leaves Vic and Walt as suspects.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Western


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Radha Mitchell (Alex Graham) and Graham Greene (Malachi Strand) we're both in the movie The Shack (2017). See more »


The mayor tells Walt to resign and that he is removed. Then the other sheriff comes in and claims that the mayor appointed him to investigate. The sheriffs are not appointed in WY so they have to be recalled and the mayor has no authority to remove the sheriff. See more »


The Ferg: They just let you waltz right in?
Lucian Connally: Ferguson, nobody notices old people. Once you're past the 18-to-49 demographic, nobody gives two eggs out of the same hen about you.
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References Goodfellas (1990) See more »

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This episode is as good as it gets!!!
1 December 2017 | by beckr1See all my reviews

Well, this is truly a superb episode. Peter Weller directed this episode and it explains a lot. This episode requires multiple viewings to catch every nuance. Watch how the other actors are swimming in a scene when Robert Taylor dominates. It's like watching an Acting 101 class while students are trying to remember their lines while doing a scene. The only time when someone comes close is that beautiful scene with Peter Weller on their final meeting. I'm not sure how they got through it without multiple breakdowns. I rewound certain scenes to re-watch. Yes...it's that good.

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17 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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