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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Thom, Feb 8, 2012.
I really liked the shot of Raylan's gun leading him through the motel door.
Little advertising to Glock there.
Holy crap. I knew Devil was gonna bite it this season, but man. That was brutal.
Looks like they are setting it up so that Boyd and Raylan have a common interest again. (Getting rid of the Detroit guy).
The great dialog continues, "Growing old is not for pussies"
Never bring a knife to a gun fight.
Never bring a gun to a car fight.
I wish I was saving episodes. Didn't Limestone remember Arlo when Boyd met him on the bridge?
Thats why Raylan said in the bar concerning Limestone: maybe he kicked so many white boys Asses, he just aint keeping track no more.
He then looks at Devil and says: what do you think?
Devil (your typical good ol boy) gets all offended, puts down his drink and starts coming after Raylan.
Boyd breaks it up and says he needs to talk to Raylan in private.
I disagree that Limehouse doesn't remember, and I think Boyd did too.
Chris Ryan's episode recap
YES. When Boyd's posse met up with Limehouse's on the bridge, Limehouse shouted out to Arlo that they were old friends.
It was Limehouse claiming that he didn't know anybody, after Low Retta tipped him, that clued in Raylan that there was a deal going down.
Outstanding episode! We got one with a lot of Rachel, now we need more of Tim and Art.
Poor Dewey! He is such a lackey and looks like he's about to go missing an organ or two. Yikes.
I knew that Johnny wouldn't turn on Boyd, even if Boyd deserves it!
Nice to see Loretta again, but sad that she's a drug dealer still.
Episode should have been titled "The Devil You Knew".
If every episode this season is going to be as good as the ones so far, the Emmy should be a lock.
Ah! I forgot that scene, thanks!
Same here. I'm glad he didn't either.
What is it about Boyd that makes it impossible for me to dislike despite all that nasty things he's done? That's a great character and it takes a great actor to pull that off IMO.
I was kinda hoping for more Ash (Todd Stashwick) but looks as if that might be his last episode. I did love him and Raylan's interaction too. Dumb ass gets ran down with a car and still gets up shooting. Did you really think he wouldn't just back up? Man, these Harlan boys are not smart. No wonder none of them can ever really get the jump on Raylan and why Raylan just swaggers through town from crook to crook so smug.
$45k is all Dickie had left. Limehouse must have been getting a serious kick out of all the people fighting for that amount of money, thinking it was millions. So Dickie gave it back to him so he could invest it? I don't get it. Why would Limehouse do that? And moreso, why hadn't he already been doing that? Mags spent ALL that money?? On land?? What happened to the land, was it seized by the Feds? Didn't look like they bothered with her store so that's just odd. Maybe I wasn't paying enough attention because I'm really confused about all this. And seriously, Dickie has more lives than a cat. Even Dewey's luck seems to be coming to an end. Poor pathetic Dewey. I hope he survives the season. He's always great entertainment.
Didn't Mags say when she disowned Dickie that all that money was going to Doyle's kids? Maybe that's where the land deeds are - in the names of Doyle's kids.
Correct. They were the most "out" of the Harlan life.
Dickie is another character who is perfectly acted and cast. That's another thing I love about this show - that beyond the top two of Raylan and Boyd the quality of acting and characters doesn't diminish.
I also always refer to Raylan's ex-wife as Why Know Nah, in the three word version Art uses.
There's going to be a shortage of dumb bad guys in Harlan County soon if they all keep getting killed at this rate.