Hap and Leonard: Monsoon Mambo Season 3, Ep 6
Hap and Leonard can't let go.
Hap and Leonard: Mambo #5 Season 3, Ep 5
A brutal confrontation with the Klan ends in blood, but Hap still refuses to leave Grovetown until they've found Florida Grange.
Hap and Leonard: Senorita Mambo Season 3, Ep 4
On the run from the Klan, Hap and Leonard find evidence that points to a terrifying fate for Florida Grange.
Hap and Leonard: T-Bone Mambo Season 3, Ep 3
Haunted by visions of Florida Grange, Hap encounters an unusual young woman who may know the truth.
Hap and Leonard: Ho-Ho Mambo Season 3, Ep 2
After a rude welcome to Grovetown, Hap and Leonard meet the local authorities, including a lawman with balls the size of churchbells. Christmas Ants are on the march.
Hap and Leonard: The Two-Bear Mambo Season 3, Ep 1
When Leonard gets arrested for burning down the crackhouse next door (again), police detective Marvin Hanson makes a deal with Hap: he'll free Leonard, but only if our heroes take a trip to nearby Grovetown to find a missing person. Grovetown is a Klan stronghold where it's said a legendary bluesman once met the Devil on a dark night. Some say the Devil never left.
Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo Season 2, Ep 0
In the East Texas of the late 1980s, two rough and tumble ne'er-do-wells with hearts of gold try and fail to stay out of trouble. An action-comedy/mystery that's deeper than you expect and funny as hell. All episodes on Netflix. (So is Season 1, but you don't need to watch it to enjoy this.) [more inside]
Hap and Leonard: All Episodes Season 1, Ep 0
James Purefoy ("Rome," "The Following"), Michael Kenneth Williams ("The Wire," "Boardwalk Empire") and Christina Hendricks ("Mad Men") star in a six-hour adaptation of novels by Joe R. Lansdale. Down on his luck after losing his job, '60s activist/ex-con Hap Collins can't help but listen when his seductive former wife Trudy -- for whom he still pines -- resurfaces with promises of finding a sunken treasure in the Deep South. Joining the adventure is Hap's unlikely buddy Leonard Pine, an openly gay black Vietnam War vet with a bad temper and little use for Trudy's feminine wiles. Soon enough the simple get-rich-quick scheme snowballs into bloody mayhem.
So every time I see an episode of "Hap and Leonard" I immediately wonder what is being said about it on Fanfare. But nothing IS being said about it. [more inside]