That reminds me, who exactly shot the sheriff (lawkeeper)? I wasn't paying that much attention, so I couldn't tell who in the group did it. Is that person in jail, or was it overlooked?
I wasn't sure either but I thought it wasn't important in that it was accidental death. It was obvious the sheriff’s character, while likeable, was replaceable.
I’m not into the Romeo/Juliet storyline but the scheming to take over the mine appeals to me. The second engaging storyline involves the sisters and their moral divergence. Grant Bowler’s surprise reaction to their kinship hints that he was sorry to have made a pit stop at the brothel –clearly, Amanda Rosewater is a woman who isn’t interested in sloppy seconds