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The Man Behind the Curtain 

As Quarles prepares to corner the oxy market in Harlan, he gets a visit from the boss' son. Meanwhile, Raylan's interest in the enterprise gets him in trouble with the FBI.

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As his feud with Quarles and the Detroit mob heats up, Raylan's tactics puts him at odds with the FBI. Written by FX Publicity

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Raylan Givens: I've got mad ninja skills, buddy.
Tim Gutterson: You know karate?
Raylan Givens: And two other Japanese words.
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Rock N Roll Me
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Written and Performed by Zach Williams and The Reformation
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A psychotic in gangster's clothing
9 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Raylan is once again drawn into the criminal goings-on in Harlan, this time as a suspected dirty cop. And this show squeezes a surprising amount of fun and laughs out of a pissy marshal. Best way to get under this guy's skin is to drag his name into the mud.

But for all of the sniping between various players, this is really about Quarles, whose power is at risk with each diminishing resource. His mask of sanity is starting slip. But his flagrant purchase of Harlan's sheriff gets Boyd fired up and it's grandiose scheming from all directions.

Great episode, if only to give McDonough more screen time. Shots are fired from both sides in the name of business, but more Quarles is always a treat.

8/10


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