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Good Intentions 

Raylan is threatened by a mystery man at Charles Monroe's mansion, Boyd faces a surprise temptation while trying to figure out who stole his shipment, and cousin Daryl encourages Dewey to stand up to Boyd.

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Raylan Givens
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Art Mullen
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Wynn Duffy
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Ava Crowder
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Tim Gutterson (credit only)
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Rachel Brooks
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Boyd Crowder
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Daryl Crowe Jr.
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Wade Messer
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Jean Baptiste
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Lee Paxton
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Charles Monroe
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Danny Crowe
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Gloria
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Dewey Crowe
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Raylan is threatened by a mystery man at Charles Monroe's mansion, Boyd faces a surprise temptation while trying to figure out who stole his shipment, and cousin Daryl encourages Dewey to stand up to Boyd.

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21 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Rachel Brooks (Erica Tazel) calls Charles Monroe (Xander Berkeley). You can clearly see she is not making a call. The app icons on the phone are visible while the phone is at the home screen. See more »

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Pretty great, even with a second-rate set of bad guys
6 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

'Good Intentions' means the return of the Crowes after a brief respite, and I have to admit that, with all that goes on this season, they're my least favorite aspect. It's a warmed-over Bennett clan without the magnetic presence of Margo Martindale running things, and that just doesn't cut it. But you feel bad for Dewey as they move into his bar uninvited, and he ends up being pushed around.

Raylan's once again dealing with threats and kicking down doors (always a pleasure) and Walton Goggins once again owns as Boyd deals with his drug hijackers as well as laboring to get Ava out of prison. There are some killer one-liners here and, as usual, the dialogue is just ear candy.

8/10


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