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Fate's Right Hand 

Raylan turns to Dewey Crowe to help make a new federal case against Boyd Crowder, but he is not interested. Meanwhile, Boyd begins launching new plans that will take him beyond Harlan.

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Raylan turns to Dewey Crowe to help make a new federal case against Boyd Crowder, but he is not interested. Meanwhile, Boyd begins launching new plans that will take him beyond Harlan.

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Timothy Olyphant and Garrett Dillahunt, whom share a scene in this episode, share history with one another as both appeared in the popular tv series Deadwood. In fact Dillahunt and Olyphant both tried out for the lead role, which would in the end go to Olyphant. Dillahunt would, however, appear in an important role in both Season's 1 and 2 of Deadwood. See more »

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During the bank robbery when the driver is told to "Go", you see him step on the gas pedal, and you see the wheels start to spin and smoke. The next shot shows the driver pulling the shift lever from Park, down into Drive. How could the wheels spin if the truck was in park while he was stepping on the gas? See more »

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Raylan Givens: You're a card in fate's right hand, don't you see how it's gonna play out?
Dewey Crowe: What the hell does that mean?
Raylan Givens: It means you need to be smart.
Dewey Crowe: What I need is a $6 blow job. A smarter move I cannot imagine.
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The ballad of Dewey Crowe
7 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

As 'Fate's Right Hand' opens, Boyd's fixin' to rob a bank, while Raylan strong-arms a dirty Federale down south. Both characters at their respective essences: one's returning to bank jobs, the other's a thug with a tin star. But regardless, it's a premiere with undeniable swagger, confidently shrugging off the meandering prior season as it sets to laying out the show's endgame. and while Dewey Crowe provides generous comic relief, the rest is pretty heavyweight; a real sinister vibe.

It's an episode almost as off-putting as it is entertaining, considering the deeply troubled state in which Boyd finds himself.

8/10


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