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Peace of Mind 

When Drew Thompson asks to change his deal to provide safety for Ellen Mae, the race on to see which side can get to her first.

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When Drew Thompson asks to change his deal to provide safety for Ellen Mae, the race on to see which side can get to her first.

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26 March 2013 (USA)  »

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Raylan's hair is much longer in this season simply because Timothy Olyphant wanted to grow out his hair. When Raylan is being congratulated for getting Drew Thompson, Rachel comments and asks him if he is finally going to get a haircut. This was a shout-out to fans who had commented on Raylan's hair all season long. See more »

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Raylan Givens: ...What did you just say?
Winona Hawkins: We're having a girl, Raylan. I found out this morning.
Raylan Givens: Winona, I don't know shit about girls.
Winona Hawkins: That is so sweet, sayin' it like I don't already know.
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References Pretty Woman (1990) See more »

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Long Hard Times To Come
(Title Theme) (uncredited)
Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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Far from over
15 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These are the last two episodes of season four, and prove that the acquisition of Drew Thompson finishes nothing. If anything, things just got real. Surrendering to the Marshals wasn't enough - he demands the safe return of that other serious liability, Ellen May. And 'Peace of Mind' is almost operatic in how the various players - Raylan, Boyd, Augustine, Limehouse - jockey for position on the chessboard. What results is possibly the apex (at least a very high point) of the show's signature writing and acting. The litany of one-liners are so memorable because the players loved delivering them.

This is an exhilarating hour of TV; thoroughly gripping from start to finish.

10/10


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