Raylen comes to the aid of a bookie informant, who has been kidnapped by one of his collectors and one of his delinquent clients.

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In tracking a confidential informant, Raylan goes against a pair of violent ex-cons who are just dying for a showdown with "the Kentucky Cowboy." Written by FX Publicity

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When Givens is talking to Arnold Pinter in the restaurant Pinter says "you're the guy that pulled a Wild Bill on that guy [in Miami]." Timothy Olyphant played opposite the character Wild Bill in HBO's Deadwood (2004). See more »

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When Raylan is handed the chocolate egg cream it has a large, white head on it. When he takes a sip, it is solid brown, and then when Pinter takes his drink, the white head is back. See more »

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Art Mullen: You know, Raylan, you're going to have a weeks paid leave coming up 'cause of the investigation. That's going to be a very restful time.
Raylan Givens: Seriously, I'm fine.
Art Mullen: I meant restful for me.
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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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Elmore Leonard on the small screen
22 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Fixer' is pulled directly from one of the original novels; I can't remember which one (Riding the Rap, maybe?) but it's almost verbatim, right down to the "A lot can go wrong in a draw" speech.

Another episode that plays like a straight procedural, but notable for colorful characters - all of whom are maneuvering around each other - while the pesky lawman hovers over everything until they slip up. There's rarely a team situation on this show; it's just Givens nosing around while another shootout looms just around the corner. It's partly what differentiates "Justified" from other cop shows, and that's completely evident here. The gunfights are well stages, and it's a solid episode all around.

7/10


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