Justified (2010–2015)
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Fire in the Hole 

Marshal Givens returns home and is assigned a case involving an old friend from his coal mining days who has become a white supremacist and blew up an African American church.

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Gunslinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens faces off against his oldest friend in Harlan, KY. -- a 21st century Wild West. Written by FX Publicity

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(at around 38 mins) After the black SUV pulls into the hotel there is a sign outside of the auto place that says PENNDOT which stands for Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. See more »

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Boyd shoots an FBI agent in a car on the Tates Creek Bridge. There is no bridge on Tates Creek road, it is a ferry See more »

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Raylan Givens: [in response to questions about the shooting in Miami, repeated line] He pulled first; I's justified.
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References Tombstone (1993) See more »

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Very promising start
23 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very promising start to a show that could become an instant hit, or at very least, garner a huge cult following. Ever since The Shield, FX has been on a roll, and easily the station where true quality drama is at.

I really like the cowboy/old west type feel, mixed into the modern day. Walton Goggin's character has a line that explains the environment best as he says, "There was a day when 2 crackers driving down the street in a pick up would send them running" (them being the African American presence) His character, Boyd, along with Timothy Olymphant's character are fleshed out really well in a short amount of time, and are both very intriguing and well delivered through each actors performance.

The story writing is great and has a very nice flow. I never felt that i was watching a scene that wasn't necessary. And the dialouge also had the same flow. Along with some witty back and forths and clever retorts.

The pilot leaves me quite optimistic for the series as a whole. Im excited to see the next few episodes. If you were curious at all, i would suggest giving Justified a chance.


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