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The Kids Aren't All Right 

Loretta calls on Raylan when she and her boyfriend get trouble with drug dealers, Boyd tries to keep Mara Paxton silent and wait for his new shipment, and Dewey Crowe gets a visit from his cousin from Florida.

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As Boyd's (Walton Goggins) plan to keep Ava (Joelle Carter) from being tried threatens to unravel, an unexpected reunion with Loretta McCready (Kaitlin Dever) pits Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) against two hit men working for a ruthless Memphis drug lord. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The writers wanted Raylan to stay all season in Charles Monroe's mansion, but the location was too expensive to rent or reproduce on a sound stage. See more »

Quotes

Raylan Givens: You the type of fellow that walks under a flock of birds and is surprised when he ends up with shit on his face?
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References The Kids Are Alright (1979) See more »

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With Drooping Wings Ye Cupids Come
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Written by Henry Purcell
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Damn kids
6 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The larger narrative arc looms overhead, but 'The Kids Aren't Alright' is classic "Justified"; essentially Raylan tooling around Harlan both starting and cleaning up messes. And the reappearances of both Loretta and Hot Rod Dunham spices things up nicely. Also, Raylan gets to be a dick to both of them, which is partly why this is so fun; but he's also dealing with lowlifes out of quasi-paternal affection, which makes it honorable. Regardless, the dialogue here just kills.

8/10


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