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Hole in the Wall 

After a botched robbery, Raylan stumbles on a mysterious bag in the wall of his father's house. Meanwhile, an old friend pays a visit to Boyd, whose crime business is being threatened by a new church.

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... Raylan Givens
... Art Mullen (credit only)
... Ava Crowder
... Tim Gutterson (credit only)
... Rachel Brooks
... Boyd Crowder
... Constable Bob Sweeney
... Colton 'Colt' Rhodes
... Billy St. Cyr (as Joe Mazzello)
... Jody Adair
... Arnold
... Lindsey Salazar
... Johnny Crowder
... Ellen May
... Cassie St. Cyr
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After a botched robbery, Raylan stumbles on a mysterious bag in the wall of his father's house. Meanwhile, an old friend pays a visit to Boyd, whose crime business is being threatened by a new church.

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8 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The "million dollar" bill that advertised the church was based on a similar bill writer/producer Chris Provenzano brought back from Harlan, where he went for a research trip before the fourth season. See more »

Goofs

Waldo Truth's Driver's License, found in a bag in a wall in Arlo's home, was issued 06-19-1980, but when Raylan showed the license to Arlo in prison he said to Arlo that the license was issued 09-07-1979. Additionally, Waldo's address was listed on the license as being: 908 Fairway Dr., Versailles, KY 40383, but the issuing county was listed on the license as 'Henderson' County, KY. Versailles, KY is located in 'Woodford' County, KY, not 'Henderson' County, KY. See more »

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Raylan Givens: You run into an asshole in the morning, you ran into an asshole. You run into assholes all day, you're the asshole.
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References The Big Lebowski (1998) See more »

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Written by Michael Baiardi, Alexander Pol, Adam Topol and Franchot Tone
Performed by Qba (Feat. Culver City Dub Collective)
Courtesy Of Soundfile Records
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Strange things are afoot
14 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

There's a lot to like about 'Hole in the Wall' as a season kickoff, but opting for an overarching mystery instead of another Big Bad is a intriguing choice; defies expectations, keeps things fresh. To that end, it does a great job with sleigh-of-hand. Boyd's at the top of the Harlan oxy trade, but business is threatened by a startup church; and Ellen May, tormented by a guilty conscience over Delroy has become a willing parishioner (as well as a threat to the Crowders). She's never been a particularly sharp knife, but you just know that her days are numbered.

On the lighter side is Raylan, who's always been kind of a dick, but is currently pushing that envelope. Still, he's at the funny end of that spectrum. Even lighter is Constable Bob (Patton Oswalt) with his go-bag and big dreams of becoming a real agent of law enforcement ("This shít goes Road Warrior, man, I'm ready!").

All of this while an inexplicable courier bag turns up in Arlo's house. There's a lot of structuring at work here, but entertaining nonetheless.

8/10


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