[Warning: this story contains spoilers for the first two episodes of season two of AMC’s Preacher , "On the Road" and "Mumbai Sky Tower."] "Find peace." Who knew two calming words could yield such violent results? Certainly not Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), the wandering holy man imbued with the powers of Genesis, a divine entity that speaks with the Word of God. Season two of AMC’s Preacher sees Jesse and his fellow traveling companions — trigger-happy girlfriend Tulip (Ruth Negga) and blood-sucking vampire Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) — channeling the preacher’s power in a quest to find God, who has abandoned his post in Heaven for as yet unexplained reasons. In the process, they find Fiore (Tom Brooke), a down-on-his-luck angel turned hotel magician, who has hired a literal monstrosity from Hell called the Saint of Killers (Graham McTavish) to assassinate Jesse and Genesis. Cassidy convinces Fiore to call off the hit, using nothing more than almost three hours of drug use and heaping helpings of charm. But Jesse’s power screws up the whole deal, as he offers those two divine words as a command unto Fiore: "Find peace." The fallen angel’s interpretation of those words leads him to not […]