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'The Writers' Room': 'Dexter' writers share their favorite line from the series

9 August 2013 12:27 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

The people who bring "Dexter" to life visit "The Writers' Room" on Monday (Aug. 12), and it appears they like their dialogue short and not so sweet.

In this clip from the Sundance Channel series (which is exclusive to Zap2it), host Jim Rash asks "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall and the show's writers and producers what their favorite line from the series is. Rather than some artfully written monologue, they agree on two lines, totaling just five words. One is "Surprise, motherf***er!," delivered by Doakes (Erik King) in the Season 7 finale that takes its title from the line.

The other comes from John Lithgow in the Season 4 episode "Hungry Man." An unbelievably tense Thanksgiving dinner is punctuated by Arthur (Lithgow) telling his wife (Julia Campbell) to shut up, followed by just about the worst thing you can call a woman. "Coming out of John Lithgow's mouth, that is such a shock, »


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'Justified' - 'Outlaw': Raylan's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week

27 February 2013 11:55 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"Justified" has run through a lot of story in the past couple of weeks, what with the search for Drew Thompson intensifying and seemingly everyone on both sides of the law taking an interest in the case. So when a major event in Tuesday's (Feb. 26) episode passed off-screen, it could have felt like the show was short-changing it.

(Spoilers for Tuesday's episode, "Outlaw," coming right now.)

But the way the show handled Arlo's death and Raylan's reaction to it felt about right, actually. The two Givens men have never had anything like a father-son relationship. For proof, look no further than Arlo's last words to his son: "Kiss my ass." For Raylan to mention his dad's death in passing to his co-workers, betraying no emotion about it to them, is entirely in keeping with his character.

So is his private moment at the elevator, when he drops his stoic bearing »


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'Justified' Ep Graham Yost talks 'Truth and Consequences' in weekly postmortem

22 January 2013 8:00 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

Spoiler Alert! In this week’s episode of Justified, “Truth and Consequences,” written by Benjamin Cavell and directed by Jon Avnet, Raylan’s underwear drawer got robbed and Boyd’s latest visit to Preacher Billy’s Last Chance Holiness Church came to a tragic end. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room. (Read our recap here.)

Entertainment Weekly: So Lindsey (Jenn Lyon) admits to Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) that she used to get close to men to find out what they had to steal so Randall (Robert Barker) could take it, and he still trusted her. »

- Mandi Bierly

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'Justified': Ep Graham Yost and Nick Searcy discuss the Season 4 mystery

22 January 2013 2:11 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

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, »


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