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Blaze of Glory 

Winona finds herself in hot water after she is a victim in a bank robbery, so Raylan does everything in his power to catch the culprits before anybody else does.

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A once-infamous bandit is back to his old tricks, but when Winona winds up the victim of his botched bank heist, Raylan is on the warpath to bring him down. Written by FX Publicity

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The name of the character played by Ronnie Gene Blevins is the same named used by Michael Keaton's character in "Pacific Heights", Carter Hayes. See more »

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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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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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29 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Coming off of 'Cottonmouth', 'Blaze of Glory' very much feels like a minor episode; Boyd only shows up for a few minutes and the Bennetts are M.I.A. One thing that felt unnatural was Winona's pocketing of some discontinued bills from the vault. It's not her motivations (Gary's poor financial decisions are enough for that), it just feels forced. But it's how that factors into the larger scheme that makes it worthwhile. And seeing Raylan's seething response to her brutalization during a bank heist makes for terrific buildup.

Mostly this is an Art episode, and putting him out in the field to close an old case gives Nick Searcy something great to work with. He also has the best line: "If you run, I'm gonna put a bullet in that tank. You remember the ending of Jaws?"

Minor, but no letdown.

7/10


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