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Shot All to Hell 

Art stumbles on Theo Tonin's right-hand man while investigating Nicky Augustine's death, Boyd tries to tie up loose ends with Lee Paxton, the sheriff, and cousin Johnny, and Raylan tries to get the Crowes to leave Harlan.

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... Raylan Givens
... Art Mullen
... Wynn Duffy
... Ava Crowder
... Tim Gutterson
... Rachel Brooks
... Boyd Crowder
... Daryl Crowe Jr.
... Jean Baptiste
... Johnny Crowder
... Lee Paxton
... Theo Tonin
... Danny Crowe
... AUSA David Vasquez
... Roscoe
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Art stumbles on Theo Tonin's right-hand man while investigating Nicky Augustine's death, Boyd tries to tie up loose ends with Lee Paxton, the sheriff, and cousin Johnny, and Raylan tries to get the Crowes to leave Harlan.

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4 February 2014 (USA)  »

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The actor playing assassin Elias Marcos in this episode received the onscreen credit of "Wray Nerely." However, this actor is actually Alan Tudyk, who has a cult following from having been a regular on the short-lived science fiction series Firefly and who has had roles in more mainstream blockbusters such as I, Robot and Frozen. The pseudonym he used for this guest role on Justified is the same as the name of his character in his 2015 TV series Con Man, in which he plays a little-known actor with a minor cult following from having appeared on a Firefly-like science fiction TV show. "Wray" is also Tudyk's real middle name. See more »

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During the firefight in the warehouse, Marcos' shotgun appears to run out of ammunition, forcing him to reload. However, when Marcos pauses to pull an extra magazine out, a round is clearly visible in the chamber. See more »

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Bad news all around
6 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Despite the further development of the Crowes (the season's weak link), 'Shot All to Hell' is undeniably exciting. Alan Tudyk (as a Tonin-family enforcer) is another name to throw on the pile of top-shelf guest stars, and he gives Nick Searcy a real moment in the sun when they throw down at a greasy spoon. But it's just one great scene after another, and the dread builds for both Raylan and Boyd; not to spoil anything, but the situation takes a horrible turn for the latter.

When I look back on this season, I remember it for the weak bad guys. But this soars in spite of that.

An outstanding exception.

9/10


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