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Old 03-14-2010, 04:35 PM  
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:29 PM   #226
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Pretty much how i felt. It just kind of ended. They never explained the old lady who talked to Mags and was at the jailhouse last week. WTH??
Pretty clear it was the guy's mom.

It's the age old bit about the little guy taking the fall for the big guy, and the big guy taking care of the little guy's family in return.
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Old 05-05-2011, 02:08 PM   #227
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I liked the fact that Art came back to save Raylan. The entire season it was Raylan gradually pushing everyone away so it was logical that Art came back full circle again. However, for me they needed to give Art another scene in there where he comes to the conclusion that he really does need Raylan. The last they showed of him was saying No (which obviosuly means hes going to save him later)

All that to say, for me the payoff worked better in theory than in actual execution.
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Old 05-05-2011, 02:33 PM   #228
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You know, thinking back, I'm not sure last week's episode wouldn't have worked better as a finale, and then have last night's start a new season. It might have bugged me a little less. But it would have left the main plot of the season unresolved over the break.

Well, at least we have some idea of what next season's going to bring:

Boyd's now the harlan county kingpin, and Arlo's looking like his number 2
Ava's still shot (you could conceivably have her die during the break)
Dickie's still alive
Winona and the baby
Art and Glynco
Black Pike

Dixie Mafia's still out there, too.

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Old 05-05-2011, 03:21 PM   #229
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You know, thinking back, I'm not sure last week's episode wouldn't have worked better as a finale, and then have last night's start a new season. It might have bugged me a little less. But it would have left the main plot of the season unresolved over the break.

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Yes this...IMO last weeks was the best show of the season.

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Well, at least we have some idea of what next season's going to bring:

Boyd's now the harlan county kingpin, and Arlo's looking like his number 2
Ava's still shot (you could conceivably have her die during the break)
Dickie's still alive
Winona and the baby
Art and Glynco
Black Pike

Dixie Mafia's still out there, too.
Did you notice how careful they were to not have Raylan kill too many people this season? : )
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Old 05-05-2011, 05:27 PM   #230
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Old 05-05-2011, 05:47 PM   #231
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I'm surprised people generally seem a little disappointed in the finale. I loved it. Look forward to season 3.

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As Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, Timothy Olyphant embodies a modern-day cowboy, right down to the Stetson. The trigger-happy lawman of the FX hit Justified is based on the protagonist from Elmore Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole,” but Olyphant has had a hand in Raylan’s development throughout the show’s second season. “I’m very involved in the show, in ways that I probably have no business being,” says the actor, who signed on as a producer after season one. “I enjoy it. Someone gave me a TV show, I figured I’d have as much fun as possible.” Vulture talked with Olyphant about what to expect from tonight’s finale, his guest stint on The Office, and why Lakers fans need to stop whining.

It feels like this whole season has been building up to a legendary showdown. The episode title alone, “Bloody Harlan,” is a hint of what’s to come—
Somebody’s going to stub a toe.

Sure, that’s all.
Someone’s going to need a Band-Aid.

Got any highlights you want to share about the episode?
I’m not sure I do. My job description is not giving away endings, you know? What can I tell you? I’ve seen it, and there’s a lot of good stuff. We’re very proud of the season, and the finale has what the best episodes of the season have: some great writing, great storytelling, great performances. I’m not beating around the bush, I just don’t know how to talk about it without telling you things you don’t want to know.

Last season’s finale — with its epic shoot-out that found Raylan and Boyd on the same side — was a big one, so this week has a lot to live up to.
My way of thinking is, well, we did that, so let’s not do it again. Nobody wants that. Even though they think they do, they don’t. And at the same time, let’s just try to live out this story as dramatically and interestingly as possible. The characters this season were just so rich and so great, and the ones that don’t stick around will be missed.

Even though the show has always done well with the critics, it seems like this season, with ratings way up, the show really took off. What was different?
I do think it’s a better show this year than last year. This season is certainly more reflective of the show I was hoping for. Graham [Yost, the series creator] and I had an opportunity to get to know each other last year and to have a dialogue of where we wanted the show to go. You saw that a little bit at the end of last season. You saw the show sort of find itself a little bit, and I think this year we sort of hit the ground running.

Elmore Leonard has given Justified his seal of approval. I read that the show inspired him to write another novel about Raylan.
Yeah, I have it here on my phone.

Did you have any say about what went into that?
Oh, no, no, no, no. I can only say that I asked him, very politely, and encouraged him to write it. That’s the only part I did, that’s all I can take credit for. After that, you let the man do the job. He knows what he’s doing.

As dramatic as Justified is, one of the greatest things about Raylan is his wit. You have really stellar comedic timing. Where does that come from?
Um, my mother? [Laughs.] I have no idea. My parents both have a good sense of humor; my brothers have a good sense of humor. I assume it’s a family trait. I appreciate the compliment. It’s one of my favorite things about Elmore’s work. First and foremost it’s cool, and secondly, it’s funny. And certainly it’s often more insightful than it first appears. Those are three things I’m always trying to check off on the show, and I’ve been given a lot of room to swing a cat, as they say. I have an incredible group of actors I get to work with, and they’re funny. We try not to hire anyone who’s not. I’m always reminding everybody, we’re trying to make a comedy. And then if there’s a scene that’s really funny, you try and find the drama. That’s the fun of it.

Speaking of comedy, you did do a few guest spots on The Office. What was it like jumping into that ensemble?
It was like a vacation. That show was a piece of cake. I don’t know if they know how good they’ve got it. It’s just such a great, easygoing, fun job. And they’re so good, you know? I got to do just that one scene with Steve Carell, walking up and down the hall, and it was such a dream. All said and done, I think it took fifteen minutes.

Also, you were a sports commentator until 2009 …
Yeah, I had a little radio gig.

Do you have any analysis you want to offer? Perhaps on the fate of your hometown Lakers?
You know, I grew up in northern California, so I will tell you that the Lakers’ troubles don’t trouble me too much. Since coming to L.A., I’ve more or less adopted the Clippers. As a basketball fan, I wanted to find a team that I could root for here in my city. The Clippers — none of my buddies growing up could fault me because they just assumed I wasn’t trying. Now they’ve got a great squad and I feel the patience has paid off. And I look forward to next season’s Clippers. The Lakers are going to be fine.

Fans were pretty nervous during that New Orleans series.
This town is full of drama. We’re always looking for more drama. I think they’re going to be fine. I think everyone should remain calm; they’re going to come out of the West. I foresee no difficulties until they meet the Eastern conference, until they get to the NBA Championship. And then I think it gets tricky.

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Old 05-05-2011, 06:39 PM   #232
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I was disapointed in the finale just because it felt a bit too "contrived". I couldn't buy Dickie sneaking up and getting the drop on Raylin. Boyd showing up to save the day was about as far as I could buy Raylin's good luck -- but then later Art and the other marshals showed up in force to save the day (after Art had told Winona that Raylin was on his own). It was just a bit much.

I'm also not sure that I buy Mags not taking Raylin with her when she poisons herself. Or even that Raylin would sit down and have a drink with her knowing the full extent of what she and her boys had done (and after they had both just been shot, by the way).

There were about 10 other little nitpicky things that bothered me and kept pulling me out of the show, but I won't bore everyone with the details.

I really think that they might have had it scripted as either a 90-minute or 2-hour finale and had to cut it down to one. Then again, the episodes leading up to the finale were so well done ... maybe my expectations were just too high.
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:58 PM   #233
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I havent seen the last 2 episodes. I got them loaded up on the DVR. Ill give them a go this weekend.
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Old 05-06-2011, 09:46 PM   #234
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Pretty clear it was the guy's mom.

It's the age old bit about the little guy taking the fall for the big guy, and the big guy taking care of the little guy's family in return.
That's exactly what I thought. Ala Frank Pentangeli in Godfather 2.
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Old 09-28-2011, 04:55 PM   #235
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For those who missed it, Ma Bennett got an Emmy last week. Well deserved.
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Old 09-29-2011, 09:55 AM   #237
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what if Justified broke apart in mid air. that could be scary
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As long as Raylen's bisected it should be okay. He could land half of it with his left hand and half with his right.
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What if you were actually funny and not lame?
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