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The Hatchet Tour 

While transferring Arlo's killer, former sheriff Mosley, to another prison, Raylan stumbles upon the identity of Drew Thompson. Meanwhile, Boyd and Ava discover that Colt did not kill Ellen Mae, and that sheriff Parlow is protecting her.

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While transferring Arlo's killer, former sheriff Mosley, to another prison, Raylan stumbles upon the identity of Drew Thompson. Meanwhile, Boyd and Ava discover that Colt did not kill Ellen Mae, and that sheriff Parlow is protecting her.

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Colt mentions that the .45 auto pistol (model 1911) that he carries is his service gun however he stated in earlier episode that he was military police in the Army and military police carry a 9mm like Boyd's. Only certain jobs carry the .45 mostly in the Special Forces and SOCOM fields. See more »

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References Dirty Harry (1971) See more »

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You Hold The Key
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Written by Lloyd Conger
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The last pieces fall into place
15 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'The Hatchet Tour' is tasked with juggling a lot of threads but it's the tension - always simmering - that makes this one so entertaining. Art, oddly enough, is the one to really light this fire with his epic tirade over Raylan's hijacking of a prisoner transfer. And there's also suspense with Colt, not just between himself and Boyd for losing Ellen May, but also for killing Tim's old Army buddy. These scenes are electrifying. But it's mostly because, from minute one, we're *so* close to finally learning Drew Thompson's secret. And it happens not with a bang but with a low-key conversation in the backseat of a car. Talk about upending expectations.

In and around all of this is the deepening of the tense relations between the various Harlan families. It's technical, almost workmanlike in its plot thread maintenance, but also absorbing from start to finish.

8/10


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