Justified “Truth and Consequences” Season 4 episode 3 airs Tues. Jan 22 2013 at 10PM ET/PT on FX. Episode Synopsis: Drew Thompson’s widow turns up and gets Raylan in hot water with the FBI, while Boyd’s strike at the snake church is met with a surprising strike back. READ MORE...
Boyd Crowder is determined to shut down the tent revival happening on " Justified ." He's losing too much business to this brother-sister duo. This week, he got the edge he deserved when one of his men was bit extensively by the church's snakes -- and didn't die. He thus learned that Cassie, the sister, had been draining the venom from the snakes before allowing her brother Billy to handle them. She'd apparently watched their father die from being bitten, and wanted to protect her brother. She also clearly has been enjoying the fruits of their deceptive labor in the name of the Lord. But how much of it is deception? Billy was so determined to believe his faith and his connection with the Lord that he took up the venomous snake Boyd brought to the congregation. He thought the Spirit would protect him, but the snake struck and Billy collapsed. Will that be the end? He could perhaps survive one snake bite, if he's given medical care quickly enough. One thing's for certain, though. The faith of the people assembled is surely shaken by now, which is exactly what Boyd was hoping to achieve. Keep up with the new season of "Justified" every Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST on FX. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/chKta9y7l1o/justified-boyd-venomous-snake-video_n_2531327.html
Before he started work on Season 4 of "Justified," executive producer Graham Yost heard a bunch of questions about who would be this season's Big Bad. So many, he says, that it prompted him to take the show in a different direction."Just the way they said that, in that kind of tired, we-know-what-to-expect way -- I thought, OK, we're not going to do that this year," Yost said in a recent interview. "It was a conscious attempt to mix it up."Rather than dealing with a new adversary this season, Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is delving into a 30-year-old case (inspired by the "Bluegrass Conspiracy" case in the mid-1980s) involving a fugitive, a bunch of missing drug money and quite possibly his own family. The case has also drawn Raylan's boss, Art (Nick Searcy), out into the field. "He has sort of a personal connection to [the mystery]," Searcy says. "And, you know, I think the... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/justified-ep-graham-yost-and-nick-searcy-discuss-the-season-4-mystery.html
If there's one thing that doesn't change on Justified, it's Raylan and women. He just doesn't have luck with the ladies, does he? His wife left him twice. His relationship with Ava didn't work out and now she's with his Harland County nemesis. He rebounded from Winona with the bartender, Lindsey, who turned out to be married. In "Truth and Consequences," it looks like Raylan will have to face off with her husband. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/justified/justified-video-preview-for-tr-48929.aspx