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A Murder of Crowes 

Raylan goes to Florida to deal with the Crowe family. Meanwhile, Boyd goes to Detroit to find a missing shipment of drugs.

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Art Mullen
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Ava Crowder
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Tim Gutterson (credit only)
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Rachel Brooks (credit only)
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Boyd Crowder
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Lee Paxton
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Danny Crowe
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Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Dan Grant
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Canadian Gangster
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AUSA David Vasquez
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Raylan goes to Florida to deal with the Crowe family. Meanwhile, Boyd goes to Detroit to find a missing shipment of drugs.

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7 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Everyone loved Wade Messer's (James Le Gros) "Can I get you a blowjob?" line to Raylan so much, the producers tried to get a cake made for Le Gros with the line on it. Costco refused to write the words on the cake, so they had to buy a blank cake and write the line themselves. See more »

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Raylan shoots Dewey's swimming pool twice and the pool springs three leaks. See more »

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Wynn Duffy: I didn't take you for a tennis fan Mr Crowder, but the only reason I can see you calling at this hour is to discuss Azarenka's last match.
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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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Performed by Chuck Hall
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All in the family
6 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

So begins the fifth season, with the introduction of Dewey Crowe's kin. And the apple doesn't fall far from the tree because they are every bit the swamprat foul-ups you'd expect.

Between their addition and Boyd's meetings with both Detroit and the Canadians (Will Sasso and Dave Foley), this is saddled with plenty of setup. But it's an energetic episode, briskly moving from one into to the next and the dialogue just crackles. And with all of these guest stars, how could the season not open with promise? 8/10


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