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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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Trivia

(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 a man he believes to be 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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Ava Crowder: [to Raylan Givens] I got up off that floor knowin' that he was never gonna hit me again. Next night? He came in, I had his favorite supper on the table. Ham and yams and cream-style corn.
[Nodding]
Ava Crowder: And leftover okra fixed with tomatoes? I waited... 'til he was shovin' food in his face, then I got his deer rifle from the kitchen closet and I went in there, and I did what I had to do.
[Glancing into dining room]
Ava Crowder: Oh, I just finished cleanin' it up. I had to scrub the wall with Lysol? You know, to get...
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References Tombstone (1993) See more »

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Written by Brandon Calhoon
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Welcome to Harlan County
22 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"He pulled first, and I shot him." These are the words that effectively introduce Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens, a principled lawman completely removed from his time. He espouses a straightforward philosophy while hiding a complicated upbringing. And 'Fire in the Hole' does a great job peeling back some of those layers by having him reassigned to his birthplace; Harlan's full of Southern ways and neo-Nazis, but these are characters worth exploring, and the dialogue flows like whiskey.

One thing that's interesting is how formulaic this is as a pilot. Some of the dialogue and even the characters are cop show clichés. It really doesn't offer a clear view of how this show will play out.

That said, it's a fine pilot, and succeeds entirely in bringing Givens to the screen. Timothy Olyphant is pitch-perfect for this character.

9/10


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