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Long in the Tooth 

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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Goofs

When Rollie was running to Mexico to escape, why didn't they simply drive south through San Diego, and go across the border at San Ysidro? They could have easily driven across, or parked their car and walked across. There is little to no passport/security check for ENTERING Mexico, thousands of Americans do it every day. Why hire a coyote, and trek across the desert, when they could have driven across in a few minutes? See more »

Quotes

Roland Pike: [as Mindy begs for a restroom stop] Who the hell buys ceviche from a taco truck anyway !
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Connections

References Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) See more »

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Long Hard Times To Come
(Title Theme) (uncredited)
Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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Killer dentist
22 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I may be way off, but 'Long in the Tooth' might be the most Western tinged of any episode; fugitives, coyotes, a showdown on a desert highway, all of this adds up nicely by the closing moments, and it's easy to see this story happening in a period setting.

This one goes to Alan Ruck in a terrific guest-starring role as a man hiding out from the mob. And this guy is a hard luck case to the depths of his being. I mean, it's just one misfortune after another. And it helps that Raylas's a supporting presence, but Ruck really humanizes the guy. But the Marshal does have his moments, particularly a very nice standoff in the third act.

7/10


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