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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by pjenkins, Apr 15, 2015.
"Gone With the Wynn" ... for the win!
Lots of good lines, but not up to their normal standards.
I was thinking George V. Higgins was a Elmore Leonard pen name.
Not at all out of character, really. Even in paperback, it's way overpriced. Probably something to do with why or how it got a 2010 reprint...
Might be different if I was especially interested in reading it, but it was just a curiosity because it was shown in the finale. For the "long short story" format I probably would've just bought it up to around $3-$4. A few dollars higher had it actually been novel-length.
Very good interview with Graham Yost
You can get a copy for free: just visit your local library... they might even have it available for digital checkout (I get almost all my Kindle books via checkout from the library these days...)
A couple of well-written goodbyes...
Same problem. But my Public Library has the hard copy book for loan. Problem solved.
I don't think it has been linked here yet, but here also is Graham Yost's final recap with Mandi Bierly (formerly of EW) at Yahoo:
I completely missed that the picture of Ava in the pumpkin patch came from Rachel.
Aiava and Zachariah had only a few hours to hide the money, and LEO would have easily found any recently dug holes.
It does seem like LEO would have recovered the money.
Hmm... But how does Wynn end up with it? Since that's what I want to believe happened...
"We dug coal together". In this show, very powerful words.
Wonderful finale, great series.
I had a tear in my eye at the end...
They'll need to find other characters who could "keep up".
Loved Sniper Tim character. Missing Art et. al. already.
He was Jerry, the genius handicapper in "Luck" (the show that didn't have any)
"Lexington Marshall": Rachel as Chief Deputy, Sniper Tim and a couple of other Marshalls, with Art as the "Eminence Grise". I'd watch.
I forgot about the Yost/Gedrick connection from Boomtown.
I watched the Boone/Raylan scene in slow mo and it looks like Raylan is quicker. Boone drew first so he had the advantage but Raylan caught up to him and they fired at the exact same time. Like someone else said beign quick is one thing but being a good shot is another.
Speaking of being a good shot I think the last couple times Tim has fired his gun he has uncharacteristically been a bad shot.
That's one reason we have TiVos....to rewind and pause...which is exactly what I did for that scene
Well, being a sniper doesn't mean you can hit a running target at a distance uphill with a handgun!
(I thought it was refreshingly realistic that nobody hit Boyd, although with the small head start he had he should never have been able to get away from the dogs, unless the stick of dynamite he threw after they cut away killed them all...)
I don't blame him for that one because shooting uphill is incredibly hard. The shootout though where he was missing was inconsistent.