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Rat­ings: Af­ter the first sea­son av­er­aged 9.32 mil­lion view­ers per episodes, sea­son two’s fig­ures fell from 8.38 mil­lion to 3.73 mil­lion, av­er­ag­ing just 4.73 mil­lion. A third sea­son looks very un­likely.

It’s Wos­sis­name! Preacher James is played by Jim Par­rack who was Hoyt in True Blood.

Mu­si­cal In­ter­lude: In the fi­nal scene of the sea­son, Rachael sings the song “Na­ture Boy” to her lo­cust­mag­net baby. The weirdly en­chant­ing song with its mys­ti­fy­ing lyrics was orig­i­nally recorded by Nat King Cole in 1948 and writ­ten by a pro­to­hippy called eden ah­bez; he was born Ge­orge Aberle, raised as Ge­orge McGrew and even­tu­ally changed his name to cap­i­tal- es­chew­ing ah­bez. He was part of a move­ment that was known as the “Na­ture Boys”.

Best Line: Bel­lamy: “When were you go­ing to tell me I died in 1934?”

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