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Hole in the Wall 

After a botched robbery, Raylan stumbles on a mysterious bag in the wall of his father's house. Meanwhile, an old friend pays a visit to Boyd, whose crime business is being threatened by a new church.



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Art Mullen (credit only)
Tim Gutterson (credit only)
Billy St. Cyr (as Joe Mazzello)


After a botched robbery, Raylan stumbles on a mysterious bag in the wall of his father's house. Meanwhile, an old friend pays a visit to Boyd, whose crime business is being threatened by a new church.

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8 January 2013 (USA)  »

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The plot involving the parachutist was based on a real event. In 1985, a narcotics officer turned drug smuggler from Lexington named Andrew Thornton died parachuting into Knoxville, Tennessee, along with guns, cash and 75 lbs. of cocaine. The character of Drew Thompson was named after Drew Thornton. See more »


Waldo Truth's Driver's License, found in a bag in a wall in Arlo's home, was issued 06-19-1980, but when Raylan showed the license to Arlo in prison he said to Arlo that the license was issued 09-07-1979. Additionally, Waldo's address was listed on the license as being: 908 Fairway Dr., Versailles, KY 40383, but the issuing county was listed on the license as 'Henderson' County, KY. Versailles, KY is located in 'Woodford' County, KY, not 'Henderson' County, KY. See more »


Boyd Crowder: [behind Boyd sits a man duck-taped to a chair, with a stick of dynamite under each testicle] Take care of him
[nods behind him, & walks away]
Colton 'Colt' Rhodes: [pulls out a gun & shoots the man taped in the chair]
Boyd Crowder: [startled by the shot, turns, shouting] WHAT in th'HELL 'd you DO THAT FOR?
Colton 'Colt' Rhodes: You said to take care of him.
Boyd Crowder: I-I-I meant cut him loose.
Colton 'Colt' Rhodes: [looking embarrassed] Oh... shit.
Boyd Crowder: Well I guess I have to be more careful with my words.
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Performed by AC/DC
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Justified Hole in the Wall
9 January 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The season starts with a flashback to 1983 where a someone feel sky diving from the sky ending up dead in the middle of a cul de sac. Raylan gets a call from a girl he slept with who calls him looking for help to catch a guy who broke free from prison. Raylan agrees and goes after the guy easily able to get him tied up and bring him in. Boyd visits a client of his who has not sold some of his oxie and not given Boyd his money.Boyd is told of some religious group stopping addicts from taking. Boyd lets an explosion happen in return for wanting his money so no other explosions go off. Some kids break into Arlow's house and Constable Bob Sweeney (Patton Oswalt) is the one to show up and check out the break in. Ellen May is visited by someone who gives her some drugs and while high the man wears a bear costume who she shoots while she is high. Bob calls Raylan about Arlow's house and when Raylan sees the hole in the wall wondering what the bag was about. Ava visits Ellen May telling her to stop with the drugs and with the gun she had. Raylan's car is stolen by the girl who flashed him and was also one of the two break in's. Boyd's sales have dropped and he believes more in this strange preacher because of another client having a bill from that church. Boyd is visited by an old friend who he gets to help him with getting his money. Raylan and Bob go to the junkyard first to find the car but the convict has escaped and so have the young kids. Raylan catches everyone at the scrapyard and after a big hustle with Bob the convict is caught and no one is given an offer. Bob knows why Raylan called him and promises not to say anything so Raylan can get the extra money for his kids. Raylan goes to visit Arlow at prison to find out about the bag and when Arlow lies about not knowing the bag Arlow goes away before Raylan can ask any questions. Boyd goes after his customer that owes him money and finds where this preacher is before blowing up the guy. Boyd's friend who came along shoots the guy instead of letting him free. Billy is the name of this strange preacher we get a glimpse at with his many followers. Boyd is hiding money from Ava and the gang in the celling. Arlow decides to kill a guy in prison happy with the mistake he has made. I'm fully convinced now Margo was the thing that made the show good because once again I'm disappointed and think the show will never reach those heights again. Patton was doing his normal stuff and no one made much of an impression on me worth talking about. I hate when shows try religion and now this show trying to do it could be a massive mistake in the future.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Patton Oswalt)

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