Quarry (2016– )
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His Deeds Were Scattered 

Mac gets a high-profile assignment from The Broker; a curfew is ordered in the wake of racial unrest.


Greg Yaitanes


Max Allan Collins, Graham Gordy (created by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Logan Marshall-Green ... Quarry
Jodi Balfour ... Joni
Damon Herriman ... Buddy
Edoardo Ballerini ... Karl
Nikki Amuka-Bird ... Ruth
Aoibhinn McGinnity ... Mary (as Aoibhinn Aine McGinnity)
Mustafa Shakir ... Moses
Peter Mullan ... The Broker
Ann Dowd ... Naomi
Skipp Sudduth ... Lloyd
Josh Randall ... Detective Tommy Olsen
Kaley Ronayne ... Sandy Williams
Tom Noonan ... Oldcastle
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson ... Credence Mason
Christopher James Baker ... Eugene Linwood


Mac gets a high-profile assignment from The Broker; a curfew is ordered in the wake of racial unrest.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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14 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


After Mac drops Marcus off at school, cut to used car lot, bearded man doing the newspaper JUMBLE puzzle in his office. When his phone rings, he has two of four JUMBLES completed. The other two answers are: "ERODE" and "TURTLES". See more »


Quarry: [answering phone in record store] Hello?
The Broker: Hello, Quarry.
Quarry: You gotta be fucking kidding me.
The Broker: Any good new releases?
Quarry: Yeah. Yeah, there's a Carpenters album with your name on it.
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For the Good Times
Written by Kris Kristofferson
Performed by Al Green
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His Deeds Were Scattered
13 February 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

So who is the Broker? He tells Mac he has clients, one of them is just sitting beside him when Mac has finished an assignment but we see an empty room.

Twice Mac has got hit jobs that in a way make to help him feel better as well as paying off his debt to the Broker. He killed his wife's lover and after the racist Lynwood was released due to lack of evidence, Mac got to beat him up and blew him up as Lynwood was planning to blow up a school bus. Mac got payback as Lynwood frightened his best friend's son.

We know Mac has PTSD which we see in the beginning of the episode but Joni is undermining as she plans to sell the house behind his back to pay off the debt. The detective investigating Cliff's murder has found an important lead, songs about Joni. We know where he is heading next and now Joni knows a lot about what Mac is up these days.

The series is simmering in its southern Gothic way, still a bit slow but we see the empty lives of the Broker's other men. Buddy is rebuffed by his boyfriend again and Moses, who is watching Ruth, cannot get gigs to play his music. Sometimes Quarry merges with that other 1970s set television series, Vinyl.

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