This week's Justified is about secrets and fake-outs. We're entering that typically busy middle period of a season. The subplots have begun to intertwine.
Last week, we learned that Boyd Crowder's estranged more
This is the episode where I have finally put my finger on why I'm enjoying Justified this season, but not obsessed with or fascinated by it as I have been in years past.
This season, the show just seems to be going through the motions and hitting more
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Justified is causing me angst. I went from being really excited about the new season to borderline disappointed. Last season, Boyd and Raylan were ships passing in the night. That worked because the previous seasons had involved tense conflict betwe more
I was skeptical of a Dewey-focused season at the start, but it's paying off well. Dewey (Damon Herriman) constantly fumbling missions, not quite realizing he's the one in power, and being strong-armed into doing things he shouldn't by Cousin D more
Poor Dewey Crowe. Dude hits the jackpot (I mean, he'd kind of earned it, but let's ignore that for a second), gets a huge cash settlement, and gets robbed on both ends. All he wants is an endless supply of prostitutes. Is that so much to ask?
As great as Raylan's tussle with Monroe was, and as awesome it was to watch Boyd continue to struggle, the best thing about Justified Season 5 Episode 3 was seeing how Daryl Crowe Jr. worked his way into a power position in Kentucky so qui more