Justified (2010–2015)
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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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When Dewey gets run off the road by Raylan and Raylan slams Dewey's face into the steering wheel, Dewey says that Raylan broke his jaw. If indeed Dewey's jaw was broke, there is no way he would be able to talk. Later he is seen with Crowder in the bar, saying that Raylan broke his jaw, yet he still does not seek medical attention and can still talk. See more »

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Raylan Givens: Good things happen to those who wait for stupid.
Tim Gutterson: I believe that was in the Sermon on the Mount.
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Series in running out of steam
4 February 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

"Why Can't it be like that again?" (dialog, Dewey)

"I'm going to tell you something in confidence. It is all coming to an end." (dialog, Boyd)

Watching a top series move into doddering old age is like watching a beautiful woman change with the passing of years.

It is not that what you see in front of you isn't quality.

It is simply that the quality is not what it was.

This show exploded onto the scene in 2010 and was ground-breaking. The writing, the acting, the background, everything was interesting and new and explosive. Literally. The first time we meet Boyd in series 1 he has just yelled "fire in the hole" and is showing his flair with dynamite.

It is hard if not impossible to maintain that sort of momentum for six seasons but in the view of this reviewer they did, astonishingly, keep all plates in the air right to the end of the fourth season.

I think Season 5 was too Crowe-centric, placed too much reliance on that arc and became very claustrophobic. (Although Alicia Witt single-handedly carried almost every scene she was in.) And the "Ava in prison" arc must have looked great on paper but in the real world it was relentlessly depressing.

As we move into what has been announced as the final season, we could be in for some roadbumps, unless the production team rediscovers their inner fire in the belly.

Nice to see Timothy Olyphant, a much under-rated actor, have an "Executive Producer" credit even though it is not clear what that means, other than the show is successful and he is the star...? The "mystery developer" arc looks interesting but, off the top, the Ava-spying-on-Boyd routine is getting old real fast. And it is only the first episode...


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