Here's to you Elmore Leonard. Pass the apple pie.
Justified marched quite confidently through this finale without any major-character fatalities.
Ava's soul was at stake in last night's penultimate episode.
The setup at the end of last week's episode made some big promises for this week's.
Everyone's looking for Drew.
Apparently all you readers figured out who Drew Thompson was long before we did.
Had there been complaints that the season hadn't been bloody enough?
This episode felt more like outtakes from Out of Sight than an actual Justified episode.
There was something elemental about this episode, something that worked on a most basic, atomic level.
Apparently 30 Rock's Kenneth was right. There are Hill People.
The Bonnie and Clyde of American cockfighting.
How about that snake attack, right?
In which we learn more about the man that fell out of the sky.
Raylan's eager to mix it up in the season-four premiere.
In the season-three finale, a severed limb goes aflyin'.
Everybody knows what everybody else is doing at all times.
"We just shot the guy that's tryin' to kill the guy that you're just dyin' to see dead."
Quarles gets a backstory, and a breakdown.
Things are getting delightfully messy building up to the final stretch.
"Did you touch it?" "What am I, an asshole?"
"The Power of You: Turning Your Personality Into Profit."
Not-So-Happy Valentine's Day, Raylan.
Are we getting enough Raylan?
There's a power vacuum at the top of Harlan's criminal food chain.
Carla Gugino shows up.
Season three begins.
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
My auteurist theory of television.
No great contemporary TV series is more flat-out enjoyable.
But it's no Big Bang Theory
No more Dickie and Dewey?