Justified (2010–2015)
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Harlan Roulette 

While tracking down a familiar enemy, Raylan crosses paths with a pawn shop owner with connections with the Dixie Mafia, while Boyd and his new crew begin setting up shop in Harlan.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Art Mullen (credit only)
Tim Gutterson (credit only)
Rachel Brooks (credit only)
Wally Beckett


Raylan's face-off with a tyrannical Oxy dealer puts him on a collision course with the new head of the Dixie Mafia. Boyd fights to take back part of his family's empire, but his methods threaten to tear his crew apart. Written by FX Publicity

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31 January 2012 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Did You Know?


James LeGros played U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens, in the 1997 TV movie "Pronto", based on the book by Elmore Leonard. Leonard also wrote "Fire in the Hole", which "Justified" is based on. LeGros plays Wade Messer in this series, and Timothy Olyphant plays Raylan Givens. See more »


Raylan Givens: I think the question you should ask is whether I care if you ride out of here cuffed in the back of my car or get carried out of here in a coroner's bag. The answer is me and dead owls don't give a hoot.
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References The Untouchables (1987) See more »


Don't Take Too Long
Written By Daniel Bess and Michael Baiardi
Produced By Michael Baiardi
Performed By Daniel Bess
Published By Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Courtesy Of Soundfile Records
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Deserves high marks just for one of Raylan's greatest ultimatums
9 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pretty much every bad guy in 'Harlan Roulette' gets his turn in the spotlight. Neil McDonough brings an electricity (again) to Quarles, just as the character starts to betray an Patrick Bateman-like darkside. Pruitt Taylor Vince does the same with a limited turn as a Dixie Mafia-tied pawn shop owner; he's a scumbag of the highest order, but somehow entertaining still. Walton Goggins plays Boyd's flair for sermonizing like an expert. I'll end up saying this a lot: I love hearing that character speak. I can't even leave Raylan out of this; yet again facing down two men, never losing his cool. Just a fount of charisma, that Olyphant.

It's interesting how this episode emphasized the abuse of oxy addicts - but more importantly it's the major criminal elements getting into position for the big season arc.

But most importantly, at the end of such an exciting episode, is Raylan's tossing a bullet at Wynn Duffy: "Next one's coming faster."

There's no beating that.


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