Justified (2010–2015)
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The Gunfighter 

Still recovering from his gunshot, Raylan takes himself off of desk duty when one of Wynn Duffy's associates is involved in a murder. Meanwhile, Ava takes over Boyd's business while he is back in jail.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Steven Flynn ...
Delmer Coates


The arrival of a dangerous new player in Lexington puts Raylan on a collision course with a sadistic Dixie Mafia hitman. Written by FX Publicity

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17 January 2012 (USA)  »

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For the scene at the motel featuring Raylan's standoff with Dix, Timothy Olyphant came up with the idea to yank the tablecloth toward him to move the gun. See more »


Wynn Duffy: I can only imagine how frustrating this must be for you, Raylan. It'd be so much easier to just beat a confession out of me, wouldn't it ?
Raylan Givens: That's still an option.
Wynn Duffy: As a matter of fact, as I recall, last time we met, you told me next conversation we had wasn't gonna be a conversation.
Raylan Givens: This is a different conversation.
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Long Hard Times To Come
(Title Theme) (uncredited)
Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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Harlan really does attract the most colorful of villains
5 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Justified"'s third season doesn't kick off with a continuation, so much as resetting the game board. New Big Bad, new stage to set . . . more than that, Raylan's still nursing his injuries following the shootout. The guy's gotten his ass kicked several times now, but we've never seen him weakened like this. The man who can outdraw anyone, and he still has problems at the shooting range. It's a startling into, to be sure. That said, he still outdraws a Detroit hit-man in one of the most unusual gunfights. It's a great scene.

Outside of that, there's the introduction of Robert Quarles, and Neil McDonough is magnetic in the role; the man's intense and it says something that even Wynn Duffy doesn't want to cross him. When I first saw this, I couldn't wait to see more of him; and on this (what, fourth viewing?) I still feel that way. The casting is just spot-on.


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