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  • Odin Quincannon is hell bent on having Jesse renounce God {just as he tried to have Jesse's father do}.  Does have some sort of evil living inside him, or did the loss of his family cause him to break from reality and God?  He's a mean man, whether listening to cows being slaughtered, circle fights in his office or shooting up the church.   

    We've seen the flash back, more than once, where Jesse's father is shot and killed.  Did Odin Quincannon have anything to do with that?

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    • Now we know more about the Cowboy and that he's in hell.  Since he was in the  Civil War, we know he's been living the bar scene over and over for around 150 years.  Most religions have some sort of after life once a person is dead, but he kills the boy singing and the bar starts to shake and his story repeats.  We never see the Cowboy die.  Is the Cowboy dead?

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    • In the preview for next episode, it said Annville was found in 1882. We saw that the Cowboy's story so far was set in 1881. It's also been made clear several times Ratwater and Annville are set in the same location. I think the storm destroyed Ratwater, and the Cowboy was killed in the storm. Then he had to relive all he went through in Hell. Just speculation from my part.

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    • I knew the two towns had to be near one another because the hanging tree seen by the Cowboy and Cassidy helped to bury several of the dead "reincarnated" DeBlanc and Fiore bodies under the same tree, but had no idea the town was one in the same.   

      So techically, is Annville sitting on top of hell?   DeBlanc and Fiore had to purchase tickets to get to hell, so of course it's located on a different parallel than Annville.  A lot of unanswered questions for sure. 

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    • MizPatti wrote: I knew the two towns had to be near one another because the hanging tree seen by the Cowboy and Cassidy helped to bury several of the dead "reincarnated" DeBlanc and Fiore bodies under the same tree, but had no idea the town was one in the same.   

      So techically, is Annville sitting on top of hell?   DeBlanc and Fiore had to purchase tickets to get to hell, so of course it's located on a different parallel than Annville.  A lot of unanswered questions for sure. 

      I don't think Annville is necessarily on top of Hell. I think the cloud area we saw when Fiore and DeBlanc arrived wasn't an effect when people arrive, that's the main Hell area. Everyone has their own Hell, where they relive the worst parts of their life over and over, they just went through the doorway into the Cowboy's Hell. Again, just speculation on my part, I could be wrong.

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    • Good shout, never thought of Ratwater and Annville being the same place but makes sense when you think about the tree and the storm.  Another great twist from the comic, loving it.

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    • The church (Annville) and the school (Ratwater, which was probably the church as well), has to be the same building, so the school/church made it through the "storm" that took out Ratwater.  

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    • Hi everyone, just wanted to let you know we have a full Preacher fan forum going over at www.preacherforums.com Hope you all join us!! ;)

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