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Guy Walks Into a Bar 

Raylan tries to make sure that Dickie Bennett isn't released from prison, while Boyd works to fix the election and get rid of sheriff Napier and Robert Quarles for good.

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Raylan struggles to keep Dickie Bennett in prison while contending with an increasingly violent and unpredictable Quarles. Written by FX Publicity

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20 March 2012 (USA)  »

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Rick Gomez, Richard Speight, Jr., and Neal McDonough were all in Band of Brothers, which Graham Yoast was a writer on. See more »

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Robert Quarles: He slipped the hillbilly rug right out from under my feet.
Raylan Givens: I'm just gonna file that under "Who gives a shit?"
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Cold Cold Wind
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Written and Performed by Jabe Beyer
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The nature of Harlan County politics
14 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Guy Walks Into A Bar', one of my very favorite episode titles (just so damned appropriate) is just one memorable scene after another; a shockingly skillful mix of comical situations and unbelievably dark character moments. Walton Goggins shares an intense scene with Neal McDonough after Boyd steals the election; the S.S. Quarles is officially going down as the psychopath actually engages Raylan in a bar standoff, not to mention his sadistic turn in the final scene. One of the best scene involves the reveal of Quarles' backstory, and McDonough really sells the horror - while simultaneously making you wonder how true it really is.

And after all that's gone down (particularly the larger role given to Jim Beaver, there's a win) there's Raylan offering the worst testimony at Dewey's trial. Art has the best line: "Did that go the way you rehearsed it?"

Sheer brilliance, across the board.

10/10


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