Justified (2010–2015)
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Riverbrook 

Raylan hunts an escaped prisoner who is determined to reunite with his ex-wife...and his stashed fortune.

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... Raylan Givens
... Art Mullen
... Ava Crowder
... Tim Gutterson
... Rachel Brooks
... Winona Hawkins
... Shirley Kelso (as Kristin Bauer)
... Douglas Cooper
... Dewey Crowe
... Dupree
... Price
... Mr. Lawlor
Colleen McGrann ... Mrs. Lawlor
... Boyd Crowder
... Henry
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Raylan hunts an escaped prisoner who is determined to reunite with his ex-wife...and his stashed fortune.

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The character "Cousin Dupree" appears to be a reference to the less than desirable subject of a Steely Dan song "Cousin Dupree," which appears on the Steely Dan comeback album "Two Against Nature" (2000). In the song, like the episode, Cousin Dupree also sought to engage in relations with his cousin. See more »

Quotes

Raylan Givens: If you're going to talk, I'll put you in the trunk and drive myself.
Dewey Crowe: I can't drive handcuffed to the damned steering wheel!
Raylan Givens: You'll get the hang of it.
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References The Fugitive (1993) 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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For this show, not bad is pretty damn good
22 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

'Riverbrook' is symptomatic of the awkward nascent stages of "Justified"; it feels a lot more like your average procedural than what eventually really makes this show tick. Here, we get Raylan settling into the new environment, and his unconventional style of police work. He doesn't go by the book, but has got to be the smoothest gunfighter on TV. Mostly, this means barbed repartee with the people around him.

The crime itself is pretty typical (an inmate escapes to retrieve the money he'd stashed in a new housing development), complete with wannabe criminals and the inevitable double-cross. It's very much in the spirit of Elmore Leonard's brand of bad guys. Well-written, too. As much as I look forward to the forthcoming serialization , I did greet the end credits wishing for more.

That alone says plenty.

7/10


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