‘Hell on Wheels’ Season 5 Episode 3 Spoilers: Cullen Faces Chinese Uproar In ‘White Justice’

By April Lara | 2 years ago
‘Hell on Wheels’ Season 5 Episode 3 Spoilers: Cullen Faces Chinese Uproar In ‘White Justice’
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The upcoming episode of “Hell on Wheels” Season 5, Episode 3 “White Justice” will find the Chinese workers in an uproar – demanding fair wages and treatment from Central Pacific, and Cullen (Anson Mount) will find himself in the middle of it all. Read below for the spoilers:

In “Hell on Wheels” Cullen will try to calm things down with the Chinese workers and also try to keep his job. This is going to be tricky and we wonder if he become a friend to the Chinese, especially to Chang. However, the last two episodes saw that a friendship between them is very far to happen. According to CarterMatt, now that the workers are on a “strike,” will this worsen the feud between Cullen and Chang? If it does… that only means more trouble ahead for Cullen and possibly more blood.

In other “Hell on Wheels” spoilers, the Swede will try to get his way to Phineas by manipulating him to take over and lead the Mormons. The question is, will Phineas fall for the Swede’s manipulative ways? Also, more conflict will bubble up among the Truckee people. In addition, Cullen will discover Chang selling opium to the Chinese workers who use it as painkiller.

One thing’s for sure, though in “Hell on Wheels” Season 5, Cullen and Fong have forged a friendship after she saved his life, it looks like something will likely develop between the two – a stronger friendship that may end tragically or in victory. That’s what we have to find out!

“Hell on Wheels” airs Saturdays on AMC at 9pm.

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.