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Fathers and Sons 

The marshals are forced to turn to Arlo for help in making a case against Bo Crowder, but will he go along? Meanwhile, Bo is having problems of his own with Boyd, who continues to wage a religious war against his drug business.

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Raylan is ordered to enlist his estranged father's help against the increasing threat of Bo Crowder. Written by FX Publicity

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When Boyd fires the RPG at the truck, you can briefly see the RPG round still in the launcher, after it has been fired, revealing that the firing of it was done post-production. See more »

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Art Mullen: I'm the chief, this is my office, it's my informant and it's my call. And, that's my bottle. And I'm not gonna let you drink it all just because your daddy didn't hug you much when you were little.
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References Tombstone (1993) 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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Penultimate episode soars with heightening conflict and character moments
25 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Things are coming to a head, and 'Fathers and Sons' (aptly named as ever) sees the elders Crowder and Givens at odds with their respective offspring. Bo's operation is bigger than ever but stands imperiled by Boyd's religious convictions. Arlo is one of the most obstinate and spiteful SOBs, but he has his moments; such as using an old war story to talk down a suicidal veteran. And that conversation doesn't really have much to do with the overall story, but does inform his character. And between that scene, his animosity towards Raylan, and the big third act double-cross, Raymond Barry steals the spotlight on this one.

It's funny, but thus far, Art seems far more of a father figure to Raylan than Arlo does (or has been). Which goes to show how nuanced the season's become at this late hour.

9/10


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