They'll pull the trigger and tell the hammer to hurry.
Thank you, cousin.
Bob was the bravest coward I ever met.
But even he got second thoughts about
joining up with the Old Man.
Little brother, I got to cut you loose.
I'd like to go, but my hands is starting to shake.
Old John Brown has chopped off heads and eyeballs and all.
He ain't gonna be breathing much longer.
I got a wife and two boys I hope to see again.
Wait. Can't I come with you?
You are a storm cloud coming.
我喜欢你 亨利 但也没喜欢到那个份上
I like you, Henry, but I don't like nobody that much.
Where's Pa's horse?
The Old Man greeted me
like I'd just got back from taking a piss.
欢迎回来 洋葱头 你饿了吗
Welcome, Little Onion. You hungry?
He didn't care much for the details
of his volunteer army.
Men came and went as they pleased.
Weren't no taking attendance.
The abolitionist army was a come one, come all outfit.
上尉 我受了惊吓 然后逃跑了
Captain, I got scared and run.
And I took your horse.
Well, you're not the only one who got scared.
There's lots around here that are shy
about putting God's philosophy into action.
What's Psalm 72?
You know this one.
Help him out, Owen.
"He shall defend the poor,
save the children of the needy
and break into pieces the oppressor."
Defend the poor, save the children.
That's all you need to know.
All right. Let's give our, give thanks for this food.
Everyone, let's say a blessing here.
Dear Lord, we thank you for this beautiful animal--
Let me do the praying tonight, Pa.
O Lord, we give thanks.
- Now let's eat. - Amen!
- Captain. - What is it?
I missed you, Little Onion.
Jason ran off, too.
Couldn't find him.
John Jr. Went looking; now he's gone, too.
Where you think they gone?
Good news, boys.
My old enemy Captain Pate has Jason and John.
Got him on the Santa Fe Trail with a posse.
They're headed to Leavenworth for imprisonment.
Oh, that's the good news?
The good news is that we're gonna stop them.
And how big's his army?
Somewhere between 50 and 200 men.
No, we're only outnumbered three to one, or eight to one.
你算数一向好 谢谢 儿子
Well, you've always been good at math. Thank you, son.
I say we ride all night and surprise them in the morning.
Let's pray. Come, come, come.
不 如果我们晚上非要祷告 我们边走边做吧
No, if we have to do it tonight, let's do it and ride.
Why is it always just as I'm about to get to the balance
of my thanks with my Savior, I get interrupted by you?
Jason and John, they don't have time
for three hours of your praying.
We can pray while we ride.
We rode due north to meet Captain Pate
and his militia, of either 50 or 200.
I was full-blown back in the Old Man's army
and in the business of being a girl...
But like most things the Old Man planned out,
the attack against Captain Pate's Sharpshooters
didn't work out the way he drawed it up.
We rode out middle summer and by the end,
we still hadn't found him.
George! We got some friends here.
艾斯特 罗丝 和亚伯拉罕
This is Esther, Rose and Abraham.
Frederick, we have some friends here.
Let's make 'em feel welcome.
- I know that wagon. - Thank you.
I got to go.
I see you still carrying on the sissy show.
Thought you says you wasn't gonna join the captain's army.
I come to live large like you.
So you gonna ride with us?
Not hardly. Captain said he had but a few things to do,
and then we is riding to freedom.
He is riding against Captain Pate's Sharpshooters.
Why would he do that?
Pate's got his sons John Jr. and Jason.
- When he's riding on Pate? - The second he finds him.
Count me out of that. There's 200 in Pate's army.
Pate's got so many Red Shirts,
you'd think he was selling Calpurnia's flapjacks.
I thought Brown was working the freedom train north.
Ain't that what you said?
-不 我没说 -就是你说的
- No. No, I didn't. - Yes, you did.
What other surprises you got round here? What's his plan?
I ain't gonna ask him them kind of things.
You angling on freedom?
I'm learning to read the Bible and work a pistol.
- Guess I kind of am free. - Free to get shot.
I ain't come here to read no man's Bible
and fight somebody's slavery.
I aim to get out from under it myself.
My wife and children is still in bondage.
Why ain't you ask him when you joined up?
There weren't no asking.
He done pulled a pistol in massa's face.
Said, "I'm taking your wagon and freeing your coloreds."
He didn't ask me if I wanted to be free.
Free and dead is not my plan.
I gone from the frying pan to the fire.
Whose horses are those?
The Old Man's always got stolen horses around.
I wouldn't snatch a horse from them.
Ask him. He might give you one.
他活不了多久了 孩子 他疯了
Shit, he ain't gonna live long, child. He's crazy.
Calling the coloreds in the wagon "Mister" and so forth.
He does that all the time.
They will kill him for being so dumb.
He ain't in his right mind.
Bob had a point.
The Old Man weren't normal.
Do you have a fire in your heart for justice?