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In this episode you can see the red Swingline from Office Space (1999) that Milton (Stephen Root, also playing the judge in Justified) had "it's my Swingline Stapler" Great ode to the movie Office Space Thanks you creators of Justified! One of the best shows in years! This show brings a new fresh look to crime shows. Timothy Olyphant is exceptional in this show. If you haven't watched any episodes than you have to rent the first season. and than catch up , you will not regret. This episode is very tense and exciting. I don't want to give any spoiler alerts of course. Also Walton Goggins is by far the best character on the show except Timothy. They both complete a great cast and wonderful story line.
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This excellent episode has many of the elements of a classic farce. It centers on some misappropriated evidence, a bag of cash, and the improbable circumstances that repeatedly prevent its surreptitious return to where it belongs. Stephen Root is a hoot as the resident Hangin' Judge who generates much of the necessary, random obstacles. In the tradition of a farce, there is actually very little plot other than a nibble from each of this soap opera's subplots. Raylan puts himself at risk for Winona, Gary Hawkins continues his foolish wheeling and dealing and Boyd Crowder is offered a new career opportunity with the big, bad coal company. But so what! This episode is fun. It's in the bag!
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