Justified: Season 2, Episode 3

The I of the Storm (23 Feb. 2011)

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Dewey Crowe returns and tries to score on a drug shipment, but the bus carrying the drugs is hijacked, and he tries to impersonate Raylan Givens to get it back. Meanwhile Boyd gets a proposition from some fellow coal miners.



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The hijacking of a bus full of drugs ends in murder, and Raylan pursues the likely culprit: Boyd Crowder. Written by FX Publicity

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"When Chief Art Mullen talked to Raylan about the bus, he mentioned that the only person they found in the bus was a dead body with a .38 caliber bullet. The man was actually shot with a rifle, most likely a .308 which was probably mispronounced" See more »


Chief Deputy Art Mullen: Hell of a shot. Did you consider what might have happened if you'd missed?
Tim Gutterson: I can't carry a tune. I don't know how to shoot a basketball and my handwriting is, uh, barely legible. But I don't miss.
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References Friday the 13th Part III (1982) See more »


Devil's At The Wheel
Written and Performed by Bill Champlin and Steve Porcaro
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When Boyd Crowder started to steal the show.
25 January 2015 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

One of my favorite episodes on the show, I mean, we see Boyd Crowder getting his patience tested scene after scene when once again he's trying to do something right in his life.

Being questioned by Raylan, annoyed by Dewey Crowe and followed by his new coal mine co-workers, Boyd explodes little by little until he couldn't take it anymore, even trying to put Dewey at his place, he snaps when Kyle, one of his co-workers keeps harassing him on pulling a heist against their place of work.

Like the song at the end of the episode said, the devil was finally on the wheel again, Boyd Crowder was back to his old crazy ways, even without the white supremacy bullshit.

10/10, this episode is really one of the high points of season 2 and still doesn't involve the Bennett clan that much.

MVP: Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins).

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