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Truth and Consequences 

Boyd steps up his battle with the new preacher in Harlan, the marshals run into trouble trying to interview fugitive Drew Thompson's "widow," and Raylan confronts Lindsey's ex husband and tells him to leave town.

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Boyd steps up his battle with the new preacher in Harlan, the marshals run into trouble trying to interview fugitive Drew Thompson's "widow," and Raylan confronts Lindsey's ex husband and tells him to leave town.

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Timothy Olyphant's stoic, pigeon-toed portrayal of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens reminds many viewers of U.S. Marshal Will Kane, played by Gary Cooper in the classic western High Noon (1952). Series creator Graham Yost, who had mentioned the similarity in interviews, confirms the similarity when Randall Kusik, boxer and angry husband of one of Raylan's love interests, says "How about I put a little hitch in that Gary Cooper walk?" See more »

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When Raylan and Tim visit the psychic, she hands him a coffee cup which he then holds by the handle or the mug's body depending on the shot. See more »

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Randall Kusik: How about I put a little hitch in that Gary Cooper walk?
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References The Dead Zone (1983) 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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"Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?"
14 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Truth and Consequences' brings the feud between Boyd and Pastor Billy to a head, thereby putting an effective end to the Last Chance Holiness Church. The metaphor is an appropriate one, but I can't say I was a big fan of the serpents. Yeesh.

On the Givens side of things, Raylan tangles with the ex of that delightful bartender he's been shacking up with. It really just amounts to posturing between the two, although seeing Raylan walk into his tossed room is a blow. Even the money's gone and all of that hard work with it.

The hunt for Drew continues with the added tension of the Detroit mob's sudden awareness. Things are starting to heat up, but on the whole, this doesn't reach the heights of recent episodes.

7/10


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