American Gods Episode 4 Review: “Git Gone”

Episode 4 Git Gone
Episode 4 Git Gone

American Gods Episode 4 Review: “Git Gone”

After three weeks of sticking closely to the Neil Gaiman novel, Starz’ American Gods breaks free with Episode 4: Git Gone.

Was Laura Moon’s shocking backstory the birth of a new kind of female TV character or just cheap gags and poor acting?

Storyline for “Git Gone” :
Episode 4: The story of Laura’s life and death is explored, including her first encounter with Shadow and how exactly she came to be sitting on the edge of his motel room bed.

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  1. Kemian says:

    I think the interesting thing to not that didn’t really get talked about this episode, is that the guy that anubis is with says something about it being ibis and jackel funeral home. Which might mean this guys name is Ibis. Doing some research I found out that Ibis is related to the Egyptian God Thoth. And that in Egyptian mythology thoth is credited with the invention of writing. Which brings us around to episode 1 because this is the guy who is writing in the book about the first coming to America story. Love what you guys are doing even tho I don’t always agree.

  1. May 25, 2017

    […] don’t even know where to begin after watching episode 4. The writers did something that I didn’t think was possible and they made me absolutely hate […]

  2. July 17, 2017

    […] was bored with this episode until Shadow came in to play off of Laura’s character. Once their relationship developed a […]

  3. August 15, 2017

    […] gotta admit, guys, the first 45 minutes of this episode, I thought, “Oh god—Is Laura friggin’ Moon a main character now? With an entire […]

  4. February 5, 2018

    […] call a time out for a sec. The way you guys nitpicked this episode had me somewhat confused and (based on my “know the source material” bias) a little […]

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