Justified (2010–2015)
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When Art is shot and is in critical condition, the marshals round up the usual suspects, until an unlikely person confesses. Meanwhile, Ava prepares for the fallout for killing Judith, and Boyd tries to make a new deal with Wynn.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Timothy Olyphant ... Raylan Givens
Nick Searcy ... Art Mullen
Jere Burns ... Wynn Duffy
Joelle Carter ... Ava Crowder
Jacob Pitts ... Tim Gutterson
Erica Tazel ... Rachel Brooks
Walton Goggins ... Boyd Crowder
Michael Rapaport ... Daryl Crowe Jr.
Rick Gomez ... ADA David Vasquez
Shashawnee Hall ... Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Ed Kirkland
John Kapelos ... Picker
Jacob Lofland ... Kendal Crowe
Jesse Luken ... Jimmy Tolan
Danielle Panabaker ... Penny
Amy Smart ... Allison


When trying to protect Allison, Art is shot and in critical condition. The Detroit Chief Deputy is sent to run the office. The investigation turns toward one of Theo Tonin's former henchmen. Wynn Duffy tries to consolidate power with the help of an old ally. Written by Johnny Pappas

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25 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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When Raylan is talking to Daryl Crow Jr at the elevators near the end of the episode, on the sign behind them listing the different offices in the building, the assayers office is listed as the "Assayers Orifice." See more »


During the interrogation of Kendall by ADA Vasquez, Kendall's attorney interrupts and refers to what "The State" will take into consideration. Vasquez is an Assistant United States Attorney investigating the shooting of a Federal Officer. "The State" does not play into that. See more »


Art Mullen: [Social worker Allison, another Raylan ex, wants to know if Art really punched Raylan] Let me ask you this: If I were to admit to hitting him, could you call it child abuse, and take custody of him for me?
Allison: [Chuckling] I like you!
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6 July 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

One of the best scenes in 'The Toll' is a hotel suite meeting between Boyd and Wynn Duffy, with a new entrant into the partnership (the lovely Mary Steenburgen). The topic of discussion certainly isn't flowery, but it gets a charge out of the exchange of Southern pleasantries that always seem to be thinly-veiled threats.

This is an all-around solid episode with surprises all over the place (even in the cold open with a major character getting shot). We're nearing the end of the Crowes' arc and this proves that it won't be dull. It also firmly reestablishes Boyd Crowder as a bona fide wild card, a real viper when cornered (Goggins is in fine form here). It's right here that he throws out one of the show's best lines:

"I may not know a lot about a lot of things, but I know how to blow shít up!"


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