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Timeless Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde (2016–2018) Online

Timeless Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde (2016–2018) Online
Original Title :
Last Ride of Bonnie u0026 Clyde
Genre :
TV Episode / Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi
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Directror :
John Terlesky
Cast :
Abigail Spencer,Matt Lanter,Malcolm Barrett
Writer :
Eric Kripke,Shawn Ryan
Type :
TV Episode
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Timeless Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde (2016–2018) Online

The team evades justice with Bonnie and Clyde while they find out Flynn's target in the Depression-era South.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Abigail Spencer Abigail Spencer - Lucy Preston
Matt Lanter Matt Lanter - Wyatt Logan
Malcolm Barrett Malcolm Barrett - Rufus Carlin
Paterson Joseph Paterson Joseph - Connor Mason
Sakina Jaffrey Sakina Jaffrey - Denise Christopher
Claudia Doumit Claudia Doumit - Jiya
Goran Visnjic Goran Visnjic - Garcia Flynn
Jacqueline Byers Jacqueline Byers - Bonnie Parker
Sam Strike Sam Strike - Clyde Barrow
Chris Mulkey Chris Mulkey - Frank Hamer
Daniel di Tomasso Daniel di Tomasso - Noah
John Getz John Getz - Benjamin Cahill
Billy Wickman Billy Wickman - Henry Methvin
Curtis Clarke Curtis Clarke - Deputy
Brendan Riggs Brendan Riggs - Bank Manager

The letter Clyde talks about writing to Henry Ford is actually a real letter and the quotes they say in the show are taken directly from the letter. However there is debate whether it was ever actually written by Clyde, due to the fake middle name of Champion when his middle name was actually Chestnut. He did however use the middle name Champion once when signing into a prison.

The $50,000 that Henry Ford was willing to pay for the gold key would be equivalent to $895,000 in 2016 after adjusting for inflation.

Rufus uses the name Wesley Snipes for his 1934 drivers license.

User reviews

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I thought that this would be a boring episode, but it actually became more interesting as the episode wore on.

Wesley Snipes. Rufus really dreams up some great modern-day names for his historic IDs. "What's your name?" (Wait for it.) "Wesley Snipes." It could have been Mohammed Ali. Rufus is so ingenious.

At the beginning, Bonnie and Clyde are shown getting their demise in their car like we saw in the old movie. Here, they are gunned down on the farm, and not driving a car. Which is the true ending? Shall have to research that.

Loved Lucy's period shoes. Usually all we see are her historic dresses or suits.

Right off the bat, Wyatt looked like Warren Beatty in a dashing sort of way. That dark navy hat really set off his look.

I didn't know that Bonnie wrote poetry. Shall have to research that, also.

Mason is a $$$ prisoner of Rittenhouse. Maybe Mason could escape by going on a time travel mission.

I liked the ballet dance recital reference.


This is the first episode where the script differs radically from what happened - this means that History is changed but we have to see in what way.

There is a good development on the theme of 'Trust' each character has a secret which leaks out and radically changes the group dynamic. The idea of 'I can never trust you again' competes well with 'we are together so we have to find a way of working together whatever has occurred.'

We see nothing of Blanche Parker which is a pity since she has left a journal of those events. The cars are far to spic and span and I wondered if they were plastic replicas or treasured relics lent by proud owners. And there is a shoot out on a farm but not the final shoot out. - I was sorry not to hear 'why do you rob banks?' 'because it is where the money is' (Dillinger). Clyde's more intense relationship with Methven is not covered at all.


Characters get involved on a personal level and make it something more. It would have been better if Lucy and Wyatt's situation with Bonnie and Clyde had resolved of itself, instead of Rufus and Flynn interjecting and the usual shootout scenario.

This needs to be the show's standard, continuing on this path and remove the weekly showdown with both parties returning safely, for it to become substantial.


The plot is too weak. After watching 8 episodes, I still don't know what Flynn is trying to achieve, and why he has to do what he is doing. This makes me unable to connect with any of the characters. It was starting to become frustrating, so I had to stop watching. The grand plot, or at least a part of it should be revealed sooner. Flynn wants Lucy's support and had plenty of chances to explain to Lucy, but he doesn't. Why?