Justified: Season 2, Episode 2

The Life Inside (16 Feb. 2011)

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Raylan chases a pregnant fugitive who has fallen into the hands of human traffickers.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Brooks (credit only)
Jamie Berglund
Glenn Cosgrove


Raylan chases a pregnant fugitive who has fallen into the hands of human traffickers. Written by FX Publicity

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Although the drug used to sedate the pregnant inmate is referred to as propofol, two bags of clear IV fluids are shown. Propofol has a white, milky appearance and is infused from a glass bottle. See more »


Raylan Givens: Jess, you ever hear of a spot snipers call "the apricot"? It's where the brain stem meets the spine. Hit a fella there, he ain't gonna pull no trigger. It's just
[clacks tongue]
Raylan Givens: lights out.
Jess Timmons: Oh, what, you're tellin' me you're that good?
Raylan Givens: Me?
[shakes head, then indicates Gutterson]
Jess Timmons: Really. This is how this is going to go down -
[Gutterson shoots him in "the apricot"]
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Sniper Ranger
25 January 2015 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

Case of the week is back at least once this season, but it was actually better than most of those on season 1.

In this episode, we had only a little bit of investment on the Bennett storyline in an increasing relationship between Mags and Loretta, and we finally got to see what Tim Gutterson is capable when given a gun in his hands and some little more screen time.

Nice performance by the beautiful Sarah Jones as the pregnant- convicted-kidnapped Jamie Berglund, back then I really hoped she was brought back to the show, somehow.

MVP: Tim Gutterson (Jacob Witts).

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