The detectives continue their search for Reggie Ledoux but an opportunity arises when Hart learns that Ledoux is cooking meth for a drug-dealing motorcycle gang known as the Iron Crusaders. Cohle knows them well having had dealings with the gang during the four years he worked as an undercover narcotics officer. He decides that the only way to move the case forward is to take two weeks of personal time - citing a dying father as the reason - and unofficially go undercover. He soon hooks up with his old contacts in the Iron Crusaders but it's clear that regaining their trust isn't going to be easy. At home meanwhile, Hart runs into major problems after his wife Maggie learns of his affair with Lisa. In the present day, the detectives interviewing Cohle and Hart can't quite understand why, having found a major lead in the case, Cohle would suddenly take two weeks leave.
Did You Know?
The final six-minute sequence, which follows Rust Cohle through the housing project, consists of only one very long take. Hundreds of staff were required to film the scene, including hidden make-up artists who had to apply make-up in seconds while the camera was focused elsewhere. See more
Detective Rust Cohle uses Great Value brand flour to replace cocaine he steals from the evidence locker. This action takes place in 1995, but the logo on the bag was introduced after summer 2009. See more
Detective Marty Hart
Fuuuck! Hell of a bedside manner you've got, Rust.
Detective Rust Cohle
Ahh, you know, being stupid is different than going in sick, and this is a bar, not a fuckin' bedside.
Rainin' In My Heart
Written by James Moore
(uncredited) and Jerry West (uncredited)
Performed by James Moore
(as Slim Harpo) See more