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Decoy 

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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The idea about the astronaut who showed up at the Harlan high school was based on a real astronaut who had visited writer Chris Provenzano's high school, in a helicopter that landed on the baseball field. See more »

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Yolo: They call me "Yolo". You know what that means?
Constable Bob Sweeney: Yolo. Uh...
[Coughs a little]
Constable Bob Sweeney: "You only... you only live once."
Yolo: That's true. You only live once.
Constable Bob Sweeney: Yeah.
Yolo: And you know when I say it? When shit is about to get real. And guess what.
Constable Bob Sweeney: Sh-shit's about to get real.
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Long Hard Times To Come
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Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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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.

10/10


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