Justified: Season 1, Episode 4

Long in the Tooth (6 Apr. 2010)

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Raylan and the mob compete to capture a fugitive, 'Roland Pike,' racing to the Mexican border.

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Ava Crowder (credit only)
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Tim Gutterson (credit only)
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Winona Hawkins (credit only)
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Roland Pike
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Mindy Springer
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Frank
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Joe
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Mr. Ferguson
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Jim Ferzinsky
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Mr. Jones
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Mrs. Pena
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Don Jaime (as Chalo Gonzalez)
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Raylan and the mob compete to capture a fugitive, 'Roland Pike,' racing to the Mexican border.

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Peters: Sir, I'm going to need you to put both hands on the steering wheel for me please.
Mr. Jones: I'm going to need you to kiss my taint. You ofay piece of shit.
Lane: Sir, you don't have to use that type of language.
Mr. Jones: Listen to you. Talking like a real house negro.
Lane: Sir, we stopped you because this vehicle has been flagged in a Federal hot-pursuit manhunt. But right now we're going to have to ask you to please step out of the car before we have to take you out of the car, sir.
Mr. Jones: Show some respect for your elders. I was...
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Long Hard Times To Come
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Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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Okay... Rolly! Don't lie anymore, okay. You break my heart.
10 August 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Justified is a good show. Most episodes have a plot start, middle and end with the veins of a more prolonged plot running through the entire season, usually culminating in the final episode.

Timothy Olyphant is a U.S. marshal with a point to prove about his mixed background, to himself as much as to anyone else either side of the line of justice. The best thing about this show is its ability to cast actors that seem to seamlessly fit their characters' personae.

This is none more evident in this episode. Roland Pike's (Alan Ruck) and Mindy Springer's (Michele Nordin) chemistry, with its light-hearted humour, adds great depth, making the episode much fuller.


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