'Justified': Things are really starting to get interesting in 'Kill the Messenger'

Until this episode of "Justified," Season 5's supposed primary bad guys seemed more like minor irritants than true, fearsome opponents for Raylan and the law in Harlan. And Boyd, for all his skill at the criminal game, was losing as much as he was winning.The Crowes and Boyd came together -- albeit in a tense, marriage-of-convenience kind of way -- in Tuesday's (Feb. 11) show, "Kill the Messenger," and things may be looking up for both of them. It's still hard to get a read on just what Daryl's agenda is beyond "family," and it could all come crashing down the next time his psychotic brother Danny decides he's been slighted. But for the first time this season, the criminal side of the "Justified" equation feels like it's jelled and like a formidable adversary for Raylan.The new arrangement -- let's call it Crowder & Crowe -- may not be Raylan's biggest problem. Raylan's half-admission to...



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