It seems like lately Boyd Crowder can’t catch a break. Last week, Boyd triumphed over his cousin Johnny, but then got screwed over when Danny Crowe killed a bunch of the guys on the drug run. This caused a serious problem in Boyd’s new relationship with d more
The best laid plans never seem to go as planned for anyone on Justified.
Raylan, Boyd and Ava all have amazing abilities of manipulation and are smart, but they still end up continually in trouble. It doesn't seem to matter if they are on the right more
Following Justified Season 5 Episode 7 , we are now over half way through with this spring's run - and although I have been mostly praising each individual installment, it feels at this point that the whole of the season hasn't been up to the level of ye more
If there were an Olympics for burning through plot, Justified would be a front-runner for the gold. At the end of "Raw Deal" — written by V.J. Boyd and directed by Bill Johnson — everything seems to have been re-oriented yet again.
There's a bit of fluff going on in this middle section of Season 5, but "Raw Deal" did contain one doozy of a development for Boyd. Read More...
Without Art as his boss, could Raylan finally end up how his old friend Boyd did? As a criminal, that is?
I can't help but wonder that throughout this week's episode as Raylan faces one of his toughest criminals ever -- someone who would never more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Raw Deal," the February 25 episode of FX's "Justified," in which Raylan chases a computer criminal, while Boyd and Johnny go to Mexico. Read More...
The basic plot elements of "Whistle Past the Graveyard" are as follows: Uncle Jack, Kendal's dad, came to town with a lot of empty promises of rollycoasters ( I ain't afraida no rollycoasters ) and turned out to be on the run from a guy who wanted to beat more