| Series Preacher|
Season 3, Episode 9
|Air date||August 19th, 2018|
|Producers||Gary Tieche; Anne Johns; Carla Ching; Mary Laws; Dominic Cooper; Mark Stegemann; Garth Ennis; Ken F. Levin; Jason Netter; Ori Marmur; Vivian Cannon; Sara Goodman; Mark McNair; Michael Slovis; Neal H. Moritz; Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; James Weaver; Sam Catlin; Sheila Phillips; Natalie Angel|
|Starring||Dominic Cooper; Joseph Gilgun; Ruth Negga; Graham McTavish; Ian Colletti; Pip Torrens; Noah Taylor; Julie Ann Emery; Malcolm Barrett; Colin Cunningham; Betty Buckley|
"The Light Above"
"Schwanzkophf" is the ninth episode of season three of the supernatural drama series Preacher and the thirty-second episode of the series overall. It was directed by Kevin Hooks with a script written by Gary Tieche. It first aired on AMC on Sunday, August 19th 2018 at 10:00 pm.
Guest Starring Edit
|Jonny Coyne||Allfather D'Aronique|
|Karen Strassman||Doctor Lois Slotnick|
|Erinn Ruth||Angel of Death|
|Nathaniel Woolsey||Kevin Rosen|
|Theresa O'Shea||Mrs. Rosen|
|Peter Jaymes, Jr.||Security guard|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Preacher was created by comic book writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon. The Preacher comic book series was published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint and ran for sixty-six issues from 1995 to 2000.
- This episode is rated TV-MA. It contains scenes with strong language, graphic violence and other forms of content that may be deemed inappropriate for younger viewers.
- This episode had a viewership of 977,000 people, which is up by 40,000 from the previous episode. It has the second highest viewership of the season after the season finale. This episode rated 0.26% in the 18-49 viewing demographic.
- All of the credited cast members for this season appear in this episode.
- This is the second appearance of Doctor Lois Slotnick. She appeared last in "The Tom/Brady". It is her final appearance this season.
- This is the third appearance of Erinn Ruth as the Angel of Death. She appeared last in "The Tom/Brady".
- This is the fifth and final appearance of Allfather D'Aronique. He explodes spectacularly in this episode. He is survived by his sphincter.
- There are three vehicles of note in this episode: A bus that is en route to Hell, a fire engine that Jesse commandeers to bring him back to Angelville, and a Nazi panzer briefly seen after the bus rolls over.
- This is the first time that Eugene Root has interacted with any of the main characters other than the Saint of Killers since season one.
- This episode reveals that The Grail has been cloning Humperdoo in the hopes of putting together at least one that would serve as a compatible repository for the Genesis power.
- The title of this episode is a German word which translates to "Dickhead". This is a reference to Herr Starr, whom Jesse thinks is a dickhead, but also because his cranial injury makes his head resemble a penis.
- Reference is made to God in this episode.
- Reference is made to The Devil in this episode.
- Adolf Hitler makes reference to Rick from Circuit Works. This is Hitler's Nazi contact, whom he tries in vain to contact in this episode. Rick appeared last in "The Tom/Brady".
Jesse's commands Edit
- He tells two security guards to "Freeze".
- He commands Herr Starr to remain in place. He later tells him to "relax".
- Jesse tells Herr Starr "no more hats". After which, Jesse comments about how his head resembles a penis to which Starr replies, "So I've been told".
- Jesse commands a fire truck to stop.
- Jesse Custer: See? Starr wanted me to kill you.
- Allfather D'Aronique: Then he shall know my buttocks as few man ever have.
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