About half of the cast made it to Tuesday's table read for the long-awaited TV movie follow-up to the beloved HBO western, according to Brown, who recounted the day's events in a series of tweets. The actor, who plays Al Swearengen's right-hand man Dan Dority, tweeted that about 12 cast members showed up, with guest actors helping fill in for those who couldn't attend. "It was a moment twelve year(s) in the making," Brown tweeted. "I didn’t want to miss a second of it, so I got there early. The room was ready, tables arranged in a circle, scripts appropriately distributed, place cards in place. The moment was drawing close... One need only look around the room at the age evident in the faces of my fellow cast to see it, but to hear it spoken in the glorious words of the Maestro (David Milch) made the moment so much more real....For two hours we focused on the pages. We laughed; we cried; we shared a moment a dozen years in the making. For two hours, all Hearts present beat the same rhythm and all Spirits drew the same breath....Thomas Wolfe wrote, 'you can’t go home again.' Well, today we proved that c*cksucker wrong... for a little while, anyway." ALSO: Brown shared a "photo" from the Deadwood set.