The murder of a fellow marshal throws Raylan together with a former female colleague, and Art leaves the office to track down another angle of the case. Meanwhile, Boyd engineers a showdown with Dickie Bennett, despite Raylan's effort to prevent it
Raylan works with a “blast from the past” female colleague, Art gets some in the field action, and a crime figure from Harlan makes his instantly memorable debut on last night night’s episode of “Justified.” We start with Raylan, who has been spending his more
So I should probably get this out of the way right now: I never watched Karen Sisco during its short run on ABC. I'm sorry! I was part of the problem! I loved Out of Sight , though, and I have loved Carla Gugino in such terrible movies as Sucker Punch and more
Episode two of Justified's second season is a solid standalone that also continues to hand us pieces of a masterful bigger picture.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall interviews "Justified" showrunner Graham Yost about the show's villains, new and old, about the series' evolution to become serialized even in seemingly standalone episodes, and more. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Cut Ties," the January 24 episode of FX's "Justified," a packed episode guest starring Carla Gugino as a Karen Sisco-esque Marshal and Mykelti Williamson as a local crime lord. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watchi more
This week, the characters' past came back to haunt them. Raylan is partnered up with an old flame, Boyd is still trying to rectify some wrongs from the past, and this week's villain as well as the "victim," so to speak, where trying to escape or reconnect more
Justified took its foot off the pedal a bit in " Cut Ties ." But that's understandable. If you continue at the pace of the action-packed season premiere for too long, you're likely to drive off a cliff.
There was definitely a more methodical feel more
This episode of Jusitied was a lot smaller than last week’s in terms of the amount of storylines. Well, I say that, then I realize the sheer amount of ground covered in this episode where it feels like not a single moment was wasted more