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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by VegasVic, Jan 8, 2014.
Remind me not to piss you off.
This is good reasoning, and looking back on the episode I think it makes sense. The one place where Duffy did take the alpha role was at the coffee shop, where he told Boyd to stop hesitating and hand over the money to the Canadians. Otherwise, yes, he was letting Boyd do what needed to be done; when Boyd hesitated, Duffy stood up.
Yes, in the last episode last season. He and Raylan discussed it after Raylan got to the airfield.
Could be. I think this was the weakest part of the episode plotting. I'll have to watch again to understand Picker's explanation of his deal with the Canadians. As I mentioned before, I was so distracted by how that scene was playing out that I didn't fully pay attention to that bit of dialog.
All that I remember is that Sammy owed the Canadians $1 million and Picker's "deal with the Canadians" was for Picker to take Sammy out, I guess, after he got Boyd's money to pay them back.
Maybe Picker did want to take over Sammy's dope from Canada operation. Being that Boyd let him live, we might see him again.
I had to rewatch to get what the sugar scheme at the beginning was: They smuggle in sugar from Cuba in violation of the Cuba embargo and sell it to shady candy companies.
No import duties on the already processed sugar, so much cheaper.
I so agree with this. I should hate Boyd, but I love him! And the way he loves Ava is just so sweet. Two cold blooded killers that I can't help but root for. And just goes to show what an awesome actor Walton Goggins is that he can make me love Boyd so much.
The fastest hour of television, even though it was longer than an hour.
Just a completely wonderful episode, all-around. Excellent guest stars. I'm so glad this show is back!!
LOVE this show....!!
Not to mention that US$ will buy a LOT more sugar in Cuba than it would in the US. It's basically commodity arbitrage, buy in a cheap location, sell in an expensive one.
I really could have used a 3-5 minute "recap" of last season, to refresh my memory. I prefer when they do that. Not everybody binge watches the last season right before the new season.
They showed last years season finale right AFTER this seasons premiere. I guess I should have recorded both and watched the finale before the premiere.
Usually the last episode of the previous season will have a recap of the previous season, so I just watch the previous season finale if my memory of the last season has faded.
About to post the same thing. I was so excited to watch that once it started I realized I had no idea where we were.
I'm spoiled by binge watching. Waiting 6 months for a new season makes my mind go to mush.
Jeez, that was a gruesome episode!
I continue to watch and enjoy this and it is entertaining enough, but I've never really fully understood the amount of love it gets. It's one of those shows where I feel like they expect me to have more affection for characters than I do. Really the only character I have affection for is Boyd half the time. The Margo Martindale season had a lot of impact and fun to it, but none of the other seasons have quite grabbed me as much. I'm not too hopeful that this one will either. But I will continue watching because, though it's not a masterpiece, it is still pretty fun and certainly watchable.
I thought it was a real dick move for Rayland to shoot Deweys swimming pool. He's usually cooler than that.
Not a dick move at all. Dewey was going for his towel/robe, which just happened to be where the gun was stashed. When Raylan found it Dewey told him it wasn't loaded. Thus, had Dewey not gone for the gun in the first place (or lied about it being loaded) Raylan wouldn't have shot the pool. Remember, it was Dewey's "unloaded" gun Raylan used to shoot the pool.
If Raylan wanted to be a dick he could have taken Dewey in for possession of the gun. Or let the knucklehead get the gun and try to point it at Raylan.
I love Dewey and can't wait to see what happens to him this season.
You aren't one of those 2 pool girls, are you?
I didn't even realize that it was Dewey's "unloaded" gun he shot it with. That makes it even funnier.
Sadly, I look more akin to Dewey.
How izzit that good ol' Judge Root hears the case? Isn't he a criminal judge? It sure looked like that was civil claim against the US Marshall's service. And how would that have any bearing on Dewey's criminal sentence? He did escape prison and rob the store, etc.
"You told him he had 4 kidkeys!"