Dewey's story finally came alive in "Weight" after waiting and waiting for something to happen. For all the times he was pushed around, he finally pushed back. It just so happened to be at the worst possible time, when Boyd was in dire straits and Daryl w More »
For some reason, I felt like this week’s episode of Justified was a glimpse of things to come. With next year being the final season, it’s time to start laying the final stretch of road for Raylan’s journey. Raylan’s encounter with Tennessee DEA Agent M More »
The deaths just keep on coming.
The thrill of attending fancy parties and dream of opening a Dairy Queen are both far behind the Crowders. Instead, Boyd and Ava are separated, unhappy, and tired. How much more can either of them take before they coll More »
When I say "Whistle Past the Graveyard" was the weakest episode of Justified 's fifth season to date, it's important to remember that — as I said last week — we're talking about Justified here, so it's like saying that you've just eaten the least t More »
After the events of last week's episode -- namely, the blow-out between Art and Raylan, as well as the blowing away of Johnny's men by Daryl and Danny -- I thought I should strap in for a crazy, insane episode of Justified .
But no, this week' More »
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Whistle Past the Graveyard," the March 4 episode of FX's "Justified," in which Raylan chases Kendall and Uncle Jack, while Boyd tries to leave Mexico alive Read More...
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For the third episode in a row, Justified feels like a show that's stalling. Read More...
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All right, finally, we're on the road to somewhere. I'm not sure where, but somewhere.
The aptly-titled "Wrong Roads" put together a lot of little pieces, threw them in a pot, and served what came out. It turned out to be a solid episode, one that br More »