AMC’s Preacher wrapped up its first season last night with a phenomenal finale, “Call and Response,” that brought a close to the prequel chapter of the series and brought us to the beginning point of Garth Ennis’ comic series. Overall, the first season had a few lulls, but it was definitely worth it in terms of developing the three main characters — Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy — before they begin their road-trip adventures.
Before we look ahead to season two, however, let’s take one quick look back at the season finale and surface a few things that viewers who weren’t watching closely may have missed.
“Time of the Preacher”
The episode’s cold open used the same song used in the pilot episode for the first scenes filmed in Annville, Willie Nelson’s “Time of the Preacher.”