The infamous four met in grade school. After high school all four went on the rodeo circuit, became stars, and returned home with their substantial winnings. They were rough and tough kids who grew into even rougher and tougher men. Only a very skewed definition of the word would describe them as friends. Throughout the years, they were more like out and out enemies, but never fully violated the tenuous truce that kept them from self-destruction.
They massed their rodeo winnings to buy property in Caddo County. By mid-age, they were twenty-first century land barons, and almost pillars of their community. Then, the sins of their youth and the consequences of their wayward personalities assaults them in an assortment of awfulness that will surely see them all to a premature grave. Like no time before, they are forced to stand as allies to blaze away at forces even more brutal, meaner, and uglier than themselves. As kids they’d played cowboys and Indians. Now, they will live it.