Paramount+'s Tulsa Ruler appeared this Sunday with "Go West, Elderly person," a memorable debut that familiarizes us with Mafia capo Dwight 

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"The General" Manfredi as he lays out another criminal association in the nominal Oklahoma city.

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Dwight (played by Sylvester Stallone) gets us going with an initial speech played over his personality preparing for discharge from a Pennsylvania jail. 

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 His voice exhausted yet his tone even, he portrays the repetitiveness of his 25-year sentence in strong detail

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 Each novel insight collides with the back of the one preceding it, his ruminations reverting into a syllabic accident pounding home the possibility that this person is depleted.

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As the cell bars slide open and Dwight leaves, he says, "I wedded this life, and subsequent to keeping my mouth shut for such an extremely long time, I will check whether it wedded me back."

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Immediately after his release, Dwight is whisked away to a posh Long Island estate and escorted into a room by jumpy bodyguards.

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There, he reunites with the mafia higher-ups for whom he languished in prison: Don Charles “Chickie” Invernizzi (The Wire‘s Domenick Lombardozzi) and his father, Pete Invernizzi (A.C. Peterson)

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The episode ends on two intriguing notes. The first is that the man who spotted Dwight at the mall definitely knew who he had seen and has started making phone calls to interested parties

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The second is that Stacy is an ATF officer who, through fate’s twisted sense of humor, has been assigned to an active investigation into Dwight’s dealings.

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The final shot sees Dwight reading an old letter (written by his daughter) and telling the Tulsa skyline that the city belongs to him….

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