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Measures 

Dickie Bennett sets out to find the money Ellstin Limehouse stole from him, Robert Quarles takes a shot at Boyd Crowder's protection business, and Raylan has a run-in with a couple of hitmen from Detroit after Quarles threatens him.

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Raylan squares off with a pair of merciless Detroit hit men. The battle between Boyd and Quarles comes to a head. Written by FX Publicity

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The two drug dealers robbed and killed by Quarles are named "Parker" and "Longbaugh." Parker and Longbaugh are the real names of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. See more »

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Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens: Listen, Lindsey...
Lindsey Salazar: Stop.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens: You don't even know what I'm going to say.
Lindsey Salazar: I think you're going to apologize again for not giving me a full accounting of every second of your life before you heartlessly accepted the gift of my feminine virtue.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens: Oh. If you put it that way I guess I don't owe you an apology.
Lindsey Salazar: First time you came in here I knew you were going through something. To tell you the truth I feel a little bad about taking advantage of you.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens: Really!
Lindsey Salazar: I mean, not so bad that I don't plan on doing it ...
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Tightening the noose
14 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Measures' follows the pattern of last season: existing as a setup for the final two episodes. But it'd be a disservice to just label it that because all of the ins and outs contribute to a riveting high-energy entry.

Quarles is a marked man, attracting focused attention from both law enforcement and Detroit's hired muscle. No, scratch that, everyone's gunning for the guy, and Neal McDonough lays on the Yankee arrogance as he scrambles for refuge. He's a horrifying monster, but damned if the actor doesn't make him an entertaining one. And the show could've brought in to write-off button men to finish him off, but they went with Michael Ironside. That's not someone you want coming after you/. Casting alone makes this a treat, but the whole thing's a marvel of interweaving plot threads.

9/10


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