Justified (2010–2015)
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The Promise 

Raylan is captured by the authorities, but Art reluctantly lets him go and puts him back on the case. Avery gets to Ava and questions her about his missing money, but she winds up leading Boyd straight to them.

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Raylan is captured by the authorities, but Art reluctantly lets him go and puts him back on the case. Avery gets to Ava and questions her about his missing money, but she winds up leading Boyd straight to them.

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The book Raylan gives to Tim is "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" written by George V. Higgins, Elmore Leonard, who wrote the short story "Fire in the Hole" which this series is based on, said that "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" was the best crime novel ever written. See more »

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In the barn shootout, Boyd empties his Beretta 92FS and then pulls the trigger twice while aiming it at Eva. He also mentions to Raylon that his gun 'has no bullets'. The Slide on a Beretta 92FS will lock in the open position when the last round is fired. See more »

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Boyd Crowder: We dug coal together.
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References The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973) See more »

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"Hell, sometimes, I think the only way to get out of our town alive is to have never been born there."
17 April 2015 | by (Zagreb, Croatia) – See all my reviews

Man, I knew the final episode will deliver and leave the viewers satisfied, but this was way, way more than just that.

I think that the Justified's writers and crew knew from the start where they were going with the show and that is one of the many reasons it never stumbled or lost quality, which is a pretty rare compliment in the world of TV these days.

This whole season was, I'd dare to say, the show's best. Hell, I'd even say this was one of the best farewell seasons of all time. Too bad it didn't get the attention like some other recently ended shows.

Even though one of Justified's highest qualities were action and tension, "The Promise" ended a little differently - quiet and on a highly emotional note.

If you saw Justified, you know what I'm talking about. And if you haven't, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. Make this beautiful show your next binge-watching project.

I'll miss Kentucky and these characters.

Episode 10/10, Season 10/10, Series 10/10.


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