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Drew Thompson is now in custody of the marshals, but can Raylan get him out of Harlan before Theo Tonin and Boyd's men can get their hands on them?


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Drew Thompson is now in custody of the marshals, but can Raylan get him out of Harlan before Theo Tonin and Boyd's men can get their hands on them?

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19 March 2013 (USA)  »

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The foul-mouthed rant Nicky unleashes against Ava, in which he talks about sexual favors she must have done to get where she is, was partially ad-libbed by Mike O'Malley. See more »


Nicky Augustine: I got to ask. Where'd you get all those teeth?
Boyd Crowder: Courtesy of the American taxpayer while serving our great nation in Desert Storm.
Nicky Augustine: Man, I love the way you talk... using 40 words where 4 will do. I'm curious. What would you say if I was about to put 40 bullets through that beautiful vest of yours?
Boyd Crowder: "What're you waiting for?"
Nicky Augustine: Oh, you're cool, huh?
Boyd Crowder: I tried to keep it to four words. You'll allow the contraction as one.
Nicky Augustine: Yolo.
[Yolo starts to beating Boyd]
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So long, Drew
15 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The big season four storyline meets its end as the Marshals battle Detroit button men to sneak Drew Thompson out of Harlan alive. And it is a nail-biter, to say the least. 'Decoy' is a pressure-cooker, packing just as much tension in the conversations as it does in the action scenes. It's hard to imagine Raylan (almost) taking a backseat to the other players, but this belongs to Boyd, Nicky Augustine and Constable Bob. I was surprised when this was first broadcast to see Mike O'Malley in such a villainous role. I think he'd just been on "Glee" and he certainly wasn't a raging prick on that show.

I'd say the man of the hour is Bob, finally seeing a payoff after besting a Detroit thug, despite the savage beating ("People underestimate Bob at their peril"). The little guy turned into a real badass.

This is only the eleventh episode, and I think it shows real nerve to close out the main storyline with two episodes remaining. This alone would've made for one hell of a finale, but the writers played that close to the chest.

Fine television indeed.


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