Season 2, Episode 6
|Airdate||July 24th, 2017|
|Producer||Matt Tauber; Philip Buiser; Mark Stegemann; Craig Rosenberg; Sara Goodman; Mark McNair; Michael Slovis; Garth Ennis; Steve Dillon; Ken F. Levin; Jason Netter; Ori Marmur; Vivian Cannon; Neal H. Moritz; Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; James Weaver; Sam Catlin; JoAnne McCool|
|Starring||Dominic Cooper; Joseph Gilgun; Ruth Negga; Graham McTavish; Ian Colletti; Pip Torrens; Noah Taylor; Julie Ann Emery|
"Sokosha" is the sixth episode of season two of the supernatural drama series Preacher, and the sixteenth episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Evans with a script written by Mary Laws. It first aired on Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, the Saint of Killers succeeds in tracking Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy to New Orleans. Jesse makes a risky play to stop the Saint's rampage, which involves bargaining away a fraction of his own soul for the ability to use his powers against him. And Cassidy gets his fingers chopped off.
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
|Dominic Cooper||Jesse Custer|
|Ruth Negga||Tulip O'Hare|
|Graham McTavish||The Saint of Killers|
|Ian Colletti||Eugene "Arseface" Root †|
|Pip Torrens||Herr Starr †|
|Noah Taylor||Adolf Hitler †|
|Julie Ann Emery||Lara Featherstone †|
Guest Starring Edit
|James Kyson||The Technician|
|Renell Gibbs||Papa BeBe, Jr.|
|Stella Allen||Allie Kruglov|
|Sewell Whitney||Man in sportcoat|
|Dominic "Taz" Alexander||Gangbanger|
|Samantha Beaulieu||Broke wife|
|Damien Moses||Broke husband|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Preacher is based on a comic book series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. They were originally published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint.
- This episode is rated TV-MA. It contains strong violent and graphic content unsuitable for some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.
- Actor Ian Colletti is credited in this episode, but his character, Eugene Root, does not make an appearance.
- Actress Julie Ann Emery is credited in this episode, but her character, Lara Featherstone, does not make an appearance.
- Actor Noah Taylor is credited in this episode, but his character, Adolf Hitler, does not make an appearance.
- Actor Pip Torrens is credited in this episode, but his character, Herr Starr, does not make an appearance.
- The Saint of Killers appears in both flashback and the main story.
- A Sokosha is a small tank or heavily armored vehicle.
- The town where the Saint of Killers "lost his soul" is called Ratwater. It first appeared in the season one episode, "See". It appeared last in "Finish the Song".
- This episode is the second time that Tulip O'Hare is illustrated as a terrible cook. The first time was in a flashback scene in "Dallas".
- Jesse Custer: You're cooking.
- Tulip O'Hare: Yeah? So?
- Jesse Custer: So, nothin'. I love your cookin'. Get the fire extinguisher.