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Bulletville 

Bo gets revenge on Boyd for blowing up his ephedrine shipment, asks Arlo to help him kill Raylan at the request of the Miami cartel, and kidnaps Ava for bait and insurance against Raylan.

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Bo gets revenge on Boyd for blowing up his ephedrine shipment, asks Arlo to help him kill Raylan at the request of the Miami cartel, and kidnaps Ava for bait and insurance against Raylan.

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Boyd Crowder: Where you going?
Raylan Givens: I'm going after the young lady with the automatic weapon.
Boyd Crowder: I'll get her.
Raylan Givens: What are you gonna do after you get her?
Boyd Crowder: I ain't quite figured that out yet. Are you gonna shoot to stop me?
Raylan Givens: Maybe.
Boyd Crowder: I'm pretty sure you're empty.
Raylan Givens: You gonna bet your life on that?
Boyd Crowder: No Raylan, I'm gonna bet my life on you being the only friend I have left in this world.
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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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There will be (flying) bullets
25 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Looking back on it, the finale for the first season was tasked with a lot. Families at odds with each other and themselves, gun thugs from Miami, the whole reason the show started in the first place . . . and it does address those very concerns while also leaving the door wide open for a future season. That's what's really impressive; how the writers handle all of the moving parts while maintaining a cohesive whole. And soak in that title for a moment: 'Bulletville'. There's a narrative reason for it, but just that one word jacks up anticipation from the get-go.

But this is also Boyd's atonement for blowing up the ephedrine truck and getting his father in trouble with Miami. That scene alone is brutal, but Bo's decimation of the congregation is beyond sad. And Goggins plays the disillusionment perfectly. It says a lot that Boyd could keep us all guessing this entire time whether his newfound faith was real or a con, and Goggins personifies his utter confusion.

High stakes, twists and turns, and great performances; this is a tremendous way to go out.

10/10


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