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The Life Inside 

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

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

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16 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Walton Goggins and Sarah Jones both had recurring roles on FX's Sons of Anarchy. See more »

Quotes

Boyd Crowder: I'm surprised he hasn't transferred you, all the trouble you've drawn.
Raylan Givens: Oh, you think I draw it?
Boyd Crowder: Oh, you think you don't?
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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Down Down Baby
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Written by John Goodwin/Scott Ellison
Performed by Scott Ellison
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Hard knock life indeed
25 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Bennetts are largely absent this week, save for a Mags appearance early on (the liking she's taken to Loretta is sick; the boys just finished tossing her father's body down a mine shaft!). Boyd's also little-seen, relegated to a low-level mining job and renting a room in Ava's house.

'The Life Inside' sees Deputy Marshals Gutterson and Givens transporting a pregnant inmate to her doctor appointment - the transfer of which naturally goes south, leaving our lawmen in pursuit. For a crime-of-the-week, it's great for eliciting sympathy for the woman's plight, as well as the rough nature of Raylan's chosen profession. The first season gets a bad rap for having a few by-the-book procedural episodes, and even though this is (mostly) another one, it still maintains the show's newfound swagger and it's still forwarding the major plot threads.

8/10


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