Originally Posted by Bowser
Anyone else get the feeling that Ava is setting Raylan up?
It's possible, but I sense that the purpose of her character is to show the draw of Raylan's roots. He's angry and driven and wants to be anywhere but home. But he's not immune to the charm of a fine piece of tail with a good heart.
There's already enough drama in the situation with him already being on thin ice in his profession, and turning around and sleeping with a material witness. A betrayal might be a cheap thrill, but there are richer directions they can go with the situation.
- I need Malcolm. You're too Martin. Know what they did to him, they killed him. . .
- Didn't they kill Malcolm too?
- No, no, no, they say that. But ain't nobody seen the body since the funeral.
- That's how funerals work.