This means that questions left unanswered are expected to be given closure, What does this new teaser photo offer on their relationship status? involves Walt (Robert Taylor) and Vic (Katee Sackhoff), who undeniably. Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) faces the possibility of losing his job and his their on-again, off-again romantic relationship after Walt, responding to Will the pregnant deputy Victoria “Vic” Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) to these and other burning questions when Longmire returns this fall for its final season. In exchange, he'll take down Sheriff Walt Longmire. Meanwhile, Tucker Baggett (Brett Rice) quizzes Donna (Ally Walker) on Later, Vic, who still suffers trauma from the beating she took at the hands of In other “relationship” news, Walt tells Donna that they may have met each other at the wrong time.
It gave Katee Sackhoff a chance to show more emotional depth that she previously has in this part. I discovered when I wrote this post about the age difference between Walt and Vic that many fans of the books felt they should be together in the TV series as they were in the books. Vic told Walt in many ways that she loved him, without ever coming out and saying the words.
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I could have done without that bow to the patriarchy as Walt and Vic reached their happy ending. Despite my complaints about how Walt and Vic ended up, most of the season rolled along with the same amount of danger and tension that characterized all 6 seasons of Longmire. Especially good were the scenes where Henry was staked to the ground in the sun for days before Walt rescued him.
Primal heroic story, that.
I loved every scene she was in. It seemed they were determined to give every good character a happy ending. It got a bit too sweet and fluffy for me. I assume they felt the fans deserved it for saving the show and giving it extra life on Netflix for the last few seasons. Keep everyone on the edge of their seats for 5.
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Longmire inspires admiration for its straight arrow, all American hero Walt Longmire. Combined with his umpteenth awkward conversation with Vic, it was clear Walt was ready to make a change on his own terms.
Walt and Vic both had close calls this season, and both lost people close to them. Walt lost Lucien, and several years on, is clearly not over the death of his wife. In Lucien, Walt realized there was only so long he could do this job before his identity would become too wrapped up into it and he would push away everyone he loved.
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In short, he would live too long and have nothing to show for it. Vic, of course, miscarried earlier in the season after being shot by Chance Gilbert. Finally, the series comes full circle, again with a Longmire for Sheriff sign appearing on the road into the county. The decision does feel out of place despite seeing Cady capably handle weapons before but it speaks to the greater theme of the series.
Longmire and Standing Bear are the conscience of the county; Longmire for the city, Standing Bear for the res. As Walt says, the Natives and the Whites run a friendly, but parallel course. In order for things to remain peaceful, you need the balance of two strong leaders.