Justified "Whistle Past the Graveyard" Review: We're in a Slump

Justified S05E08: "Whistle Past the Graveyard"

I don't know about you, but I'd say Justified is in a bit of a slump, with "Whistle Past the Graveyard" making three sub-par episodes in a row. And most of what ails this sagging middle of Season 5 was just as evident this week as it was in last week's "Raw Deal": Raylan's got nothing to do, so he's taking care of odd jobs while the other ongoing stories take place on different planets. Justified's current separation of its characters has unfortunately shackled the season to a two-ton weight, which it's slowly dragging along behind it. There's nothing terribly exciting happening anywhere.

After saving Harlan from the county's most dangerous one-legged online-backgammon internet pirate last week, Raylan canceled his spontaneous vacation to Florida after Wendy Crowe called to tell him that Kendal had been abducted by his Uncle Jack. But there were two lies in that sentence: 1.) He wasn't really abducted because he went with Jack willingly, and 2.) Jack wasn't his uncle at all—Jack was his dad. And while that truth came out, we also learned that Wendy was his mother. That made a lot more sense than what we'd been led to believe, which was that the unseen Grandpa or Grandma Crowe (or both) got busy at the ripe old age of "too old to have kids" and had Kendal when the rest of his siblings were in their 20s. I kind of feel stupid for not suspecting that Wendy was Kendal's mom in the first place, but it did seem like Wendy wasn't always around for Kendal back in Florida, so I'll just blame her horrible job as a mother for throwing me off the scent.

It turned out that Jack was a bit of scumbag himself and had ripped a guy off to the tune of about $35,000 from some cash poker and craps games (a step up from online backgammon!). And when Michael, the ripped-off dude's mean old dad, came to collect, Jack took off, leaving Kendal to be kidnapped for the second time that day. Eventually Raylan caught up to everyone, punched Michael, and arrested both Michael and Jack. It really wasn't that eventful or tricky. 

What did give this week's story a little gas (as in petrol, not bean-and-cheese burrito) was Raylan's reason for deciding to help Wendy: She agreed to give Raylan dirt on what her brothers were up to so he could proceed to kick 'em out of the county. It was one of those "They're in Mexico, and I'll tell you the rest when we get Kendal back" kind of deals, except Wendy didn't have any more details to share and she promised Raylan she did just to string him along. So when Raylan—who canceled a trip to the Sunshine State with a bikini blonde to help Wendy out—came asking for intel and Wendy kind of shrugged her shoulders, Raylan let out an audible sigh of disappointment. I know how you feel, bro. This Kendal-napping was looking like an in to the overall story, but instead it fizzled out into another standalone adventure (assuming that nothing comes out of it in next week's episode).


Things were only slightly better for Boyd. Slightly. At least he and the Crowes' set out to return to the United States with those dead bodies that weren't supposed to be dead. Boyd hit a bit of a snag when some Mexican cops demanded payment for the safe passage of Boyd's heroin truck and then ended up taking the truck anyway, but that was easily solved when Boyd snuck all the heroin into the accompanying car the Crowes picked up. Problem solved! There was a lot of trust talk going on between Daryl and Boyd, but if you believed any of that, I have a bridge to sell you. Daryl had a guy he knew who could help them get the heroin across the border, but Jimmy found out that Daryl had always planned on using this guy before they even got into trouble. Meaning the Crowes' itchy trigger fingers at the end of "Raw Deal" were no accident at all, and Daryl was probably setting Boyd up for a grand old rip-off.  

Finally, Ava's jailhouse blues continued as she pursued new avenues to get heroin into jail and appease her protectors. The scam was to end up in the infirmary to get some facetime with a crooked nurse, but things got rocky when Ava had no idea how to be subtle about arranging a deal to smuggle in heroin. Great, now what was Ava going to do? Well, Ava was in luck because at the end of the episode, the nurse approached her in private and set things up after chastising her for her lack of discretion. Why a nurse would risk working with a woman who doesn't know how to keep her mouth shut, I'll never know.

Ava's story is a good example of how all three of this week's stories felt flat. They all had a goal, they all had a problem, but in the end, the desired outcomes just sorta happened. For Ava it was a nurse who didn't want to listen, for Boyd it was Mexican cops, and for Raylan it was his whole dang story. I'm guessing that a casting shakeup earlier in the season may have forced the writers to throw this season's story into quick-fix mode; if you weren't aware, Edi Gathegi, who played Baptiste the Haitian gator farmer, asked to be released from the show, so Justified got rid of him quickly by having Danny blast him in "Shot All to Hell" instead of telling whatever story they had planned for him. Not coincidentally, that was the last good episode of the season and the last time the Crowes felt like a threat and not just Boyd's lapdogs.

I hope that's indeed the case, and that we're in stall mode as Justified repositions itself for whatever it initially had planned. But there's still work to be done. Ava needs to get out of jail or the season needs to leave her alone completely, because her storyline feels like it's part of a separate show. Boyd and the Crowes need to get back to Kentucky ASAP because they're not doing any good down in Mexico (and what fun is Boyd if he's nowhere near Raylan?). And Raylan and Art need to be put in a confined space, because that's the only thing that's interesting about Raylan at the moment. But I don't see all that happening in the next episode, or maybe even the next two episodes. Justified has enough charm on its own to get through a few bumps here and there, but not for three episodes in a row. We're in a slump!  



POSTCARDS FROM HARLAN COUNTY

– I'm 'shipping Wendy and Raylan now. They're great together.

– That was Kyle Bornheimer as Uncle Jack. You might remember Bornheimer from a slew of failed sitcoms, including Worst WeekRomantically Challenged, and Perfect Couples. One of these days, he'll find a role that sticks. And seeing him play sleazy suits him. Let's stop casting him in rom-coms, okay networks?

– Raylan STILL hasn't gone to see his daughter. I thought this guy was cool.

– Milkin' that "caller number seven" joke, are we, Justified?



HEARD 'ROUND HARLAN

Boyd: "I don't care if it's up your ass or on your back, you're responsible for getting my dope across the border."


Jack: "How is Danny?"

Wendy: "He still wants to cut off your dick."


Raylan: "You know that T-shirt, I think you've mistaken me for— "


Wendy: "You are obsessed with my family after all."

Raylan: "Oh no, I think of them as cancer, and I'm just a doctor working on a cure."


Wendy: "He's my son. Jack is his father. I just thought you should understand."

Raylan: "Good lord, why?"


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Mar 15, 2014
The problem with this show right now is they have strayed way too far from what made it great, Raylon Givens. I don't care about any of the other people in the show. I do like Boyd but the show should not be about Boyd unless he is somehow involved with Raylon, I mean half of each episode deals with not only Boyd but his WIFE. Who cares what she is doing. The show used to totally revolve around Raylon and now we are lucky if we see him for twenty minutes an episode. There was a great show in the 70s called the Rockford Files which starred James Garner as a sly, quick witted PI who was great at solving crimes and looked great while doing it. Every single episode was about Rockford. Sure there were other characters that made it cool, but the show did not revolve around them, they certainly did not dedicate half of each episode to Rockford's police lieutenant friend or even worse his wife. If I have to sit through any more episodes which focus on Eva in prison and all of that other stuff I am going to stop watching, I watch to see Timothy Olyphant's brilliant portrayal of Raylon Givins, stop with all of the other stuff please!!!!!
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Mar 06, 2014
Ummm kind of at a loss here, normally I always have something good to say about my fav show but this weeks outing was "shrug" worthy. But something did standout for me, the Crowes have officially out-stayed their welcome, the whole lot of them except Dewey of course. But I don't consider Dewey a Crowe, but since Boyd is family less (his own doing), Dewey can become Boyd's kin. This was the second time this season I thought Raylan was an afterthought, isn't he the star of the show. Things to hope for in the future: The Harris Brothers return (Boyd should trade in the Crowes for them), Art gets over being pissed at Raylan; Ava either gets shanked or out of jail and supply Boyd with more kin; Boyd gets some respect back as the big baddie; Danny Crowe accidentally steps on a grenade; Raylan thinks out the box and goes against type with his women friends; All the Crowes take a boat ride to Florida on a leaky boat.
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Mar 06, 2014
I have loved this show every season & had such high hopes for this season! I just kept holding out hope that something crazy was going to happen but, I also was halfway thru this episode when I had to finally admit it's going nowhere. I used to also LMAO at all the dry humor & have barely snickered lately. This episode had some promise when I saw William Forsythe as a bad guy because I know he's played some good bad guys in the past then to have him wasted in a nothing role & be taken out by just a punch in the back??? Now, I saw Eric Roberts in the previews for next week which also looked like he does nothing exciting. Why have name stars on the show & have them do nothing more than a cameo? Rappaport has been NO threat whatsoever. Even his crazy Brother hasn't done nothing since shooting the Haitian, which was the only shock for me this season & now (thanks to this review) I find out THAT wasn't even planned. My only hope now is that the next (& last) season gets back to Raylan vs. Boyd & the series goes out with a bang so we can forget how bad this season was!
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Mar 06, 2014
I can't explain it but when I see Wendy i think of Elsbeth Tascioni (The Good Wife). Both are smart and likable :).
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Mar 05, 2014
Having read Graham Yost on the episode I'm worried that the writers haven't a clue what this season is about. That's how the show feels at the moment. This is my favourite show and I hate saying anything negative, but this week and last weeks episodes were really below par. All the double crossing with Boyd is getting irritating, but at least I know what he is about, unlike Raylan and Ava. Come on Justified, you are better than this. And while I'm at it, stop wasting Tim and Rachel, they've barely been in this season, especially Tim.
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Mar 05, 2014
It is like someone watched season 1 -4 of Justified and said hey I got this. And then preceded to phone it in. The whole thing just feels off, missed opportunities. And the big bag of suck that is the Crowe Family with Rapaport dragging everything down.

How in the world, do you take a phenomenal actor like William Forsythe and give him a bit freaking part. When you have one of the worst in Rapaport being a recurring character. How?! Who made that decision and who can we pay to kick them in the testicles? Forsythe can stand toe to toe with Goggins and give just as good as he gets.

The only decent plots left are with Raylan and Wendy, because they are the only ones with any chemistry. And even a little bit with Kendal, if Kendal wasn't a giant douche he could have had just as good of a relationship with him as he did with Loretta. I get why Kendal is a douche, but buck up man, if you can't tell the good ones from the bad ones then you screwed. Raylan and Wendy never had it and it just didn't feel right and it is one of the more horrible aspects of this season.

MAKE IT STOP.

Oh but they won't. Why, because as I saw in the previews for the next episode. Eric Freaking Roberts is going to be on the next episode. Did the show runners lose a bet? We have Rapaport who can't act, and we have Roberts who can only over act and has been in more D level movies than anyone in the history of Moviedom. What happened to this show?!
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Mar 06, 2014
I don't know about you, but I think that opening "Damn I hated this episode, and I mean hate," comment that you did on POI is how I felt about this episode.

One more thing, you put Raylan and Wendy never had it. Did you mean Raylan and Allison never had it?
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Mar 06, 2014
Oh, yea, I ment Allison. This is how much I dislike the show right now, I don't even bother to get the names right.
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Mar 05, 2014
Solid, but not great episode.
They seem to be trying to do too much - Boyds new drug source, Ava in prison, establishing the Crowes, Raylans romantic, familial and work strife - none of which are bad, but all could do with more time.

From the start, Raylans romance was doomed, because thats the pattern every season - and now its over, they can concentrate on the other plots. So putting him and Wendy in a relationship now would be a step backward.

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Mar 05, 2014
Raylan and Wendy is an awful idea. As bad as he is with women, I think even Raylan can see that.
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Mar 05, 2014
I'm not sure I agree about a three-episode slump, but this was definitely a below-par episode.
If the social worker character is gone for good though, then I can accept it being a necessary detour from the usual awesome.
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Mar 05, 2014
I have been a huge fan of this series and of the Raylan Givens character which Timothy Olyphant wears so convincingly. But this episode was so slow and uninvolving and Raylan seemed so rudderless, not the anchor he's always been for this show. And where the heck is Raylan's hat? That hat is such an integral part of Raylan's elan, his brio. Maybe he lost his pizazz and his way when he lost his hat. Bring back the hat!
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Mar 05, 2014
I haven't noticeably disliked any of these past few episodes so it's hard for me to say it's in a slump, but I have noticed that for the past few, I have nothing to say about them afterwards. So sure, maybe it is in a slump. Thanks for the link to the EW article talking about Baptiste's death... I had no idea the actor had wanted out. I can see how that messes things up for the writers and their plan for the season. As far as I've heard, actors LOVE the chance to come on Justified... who wants to leave?! Heh.
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Mar 06, 2014
That's what I say. This is Justified at it's--granted--worst. It's still enjoyable for me and better than 95% of the other stuff on TV. It's not as captivating as it has been, but it's still plenty watchable, enjoyable, and still moves along more than most episodes TWD (which I mostly like, but people are like psycho for, so it makes me go "hmmm" when people fawn over that show but think Justified is "slow").
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Mar 05, 2014
I liked last week episode but this week I have to agree it is quite a weak one. It is still a better episode than The Walking Dead this week though.

If Edi Gathegi wanting out is the reason for his early death, it makes sense. He was a good actor and the character was very interesting. I thought it makes no sense that they killed the character. I though actors on the show are suppose to sign some kind of season contract. How did he get out?

I am all for Wendy hooking up with Raylan. She is way hotter than Amy Smart. I hope Daryl and Boyd's showdown will come next episode !

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Mar 05, 2014
Criticisms of this season of Justified aside, Kyle Bornheimer was also on Brooklyn Nine-Nine last night. Good day for the Bornheim.
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Mar 05, 2014
Although I love all the characters on Justified, especially the bad guys, I do think the show is starting to run out of road. But I welcome the cameo from the "Parenting with Meth" Mom from Breaking Bad. She ain't no skank you know...
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Mar 05, 2014
I'm disappointed. For real. I agree with your review completely - the show is in a slump. This week not even the writing was on par. I don't even feel the need to discuss anything as nothing exciting happened. I don't really care that Raylan's girl broke up with him, I don't really care for Ava right now, I didn't really care for Uncle Jack, and I still don't like Darryl - which decreases the likeability of Boyd's story.

The only thing that made me chuckle was my (very late) realization that Danny Crowe is played by Mr. Ed Ghostfacer...
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Mar 05, 2014
Loooove that shooooww!
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Mar 05, 2014
"I'm 'shipping Wendy and Raylan now. They're great together."

Seems like the only reason the girl from Crank is dumping Raylan is that the writers are shipping it too. They sure chose the easy way to make it happen.
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Mar 05, 2014
I find it weird that Alicia Witt isn't a bigger star. She's still very beautiful, and not a bad actress.
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Mar 05, 2014
She also seems to have worked pretty hard on getting rid of that weird thing her mouth / lower jaw did whenever she spoke. She had clearly been doing it all her life, since you could see it as a child in Dune, as a teen in Cybill and even as recently as her time on L&O:CI. I've seen nary a trace of it on Justified, though. Good for her, as it was always quite distracting.
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Mar 05, 2014
I only remember her from 88 minutes (just barely, since the entire movie was pretty forgettable) and Friday Night Lights. So I'm not familiar with this.
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Mar 05, 2014
Her jaw always moved decidedly to the left (IIRC) as it opened and that side of her lower lip seemed to drop much lower than the right side. I don't know if it was some sort of alignment issue, a muscular thing, just a mannerism or what but it's almost imperceptible now.
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Mar 05, 2014
This season Justified has too many short stories, too many characters, and is too disjointed. It is still adequate entertainment, but the writers for this year seem to have lost their groove.

Also, as the reviewer noted, tonight's situations were wrapped up with the desired outcomes "just happening." This is not what happened in in previous seasons, and this kind of writing is weakening this season.
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Mar 05, 2014
Bored

The only thing I got out of this episode was the confirmation that the youngest Crowe looked liked a young Raylan. That theory was confirmed last night. And now it appears a possibility that Wendy will be Raylan's next girlfriend .....

Boyd's super-intelligence schemes are getting tiring. He first hears that his life will be spared but the dope and its connection are severed. Boyd magically says a few paragraphs ... And all is forgotten? Then a random fight in the truck leads to a Boyd plan to fool the cops. Who extorts and doesn't look for the contents in the truck or the car? Danger from the Crowes? Nothing we know the super-intelligent Boyd won't be able to solve.

I was willing to give the Ava plot another episode. I thought she lost the dope channel and that would be her demise. There was even the shower scene. I could have sworn she would be killed. But the super-intelligent girlfriend has to survive.

All this at the expense of the leading man. Raylan running errands. Raylan having illegal money (he did give it to his surrogate younger self). Raylan looking like a tragically pathetic serial forlorn boyfriend who doesn't get why is being dumped. Raylan having no interest in his daughter. Raylan - by design by FX - was to be a hero and not an anti-hero that is in fashion today. He is neither and I don't recognize him anymore.

Finally why no Wynn Duffy? Two episodes in a row. Add that to no Art, no Tim, no Rachel and all you have is Seinfeld without George, Cramer and Elaine.

Raylan is the hub and the others are the spokes. Too much spoke on spoke and having two hubs - adding Boyd - and one wonders why the show seems to have lost it's way?

JustifiedCEO all the way. In for a penny in, for a pound. But I am very worried.
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Mar 05, 2014
"I don't know about you, but I'd say Justified is in a bit of a slump"

I haven't noticed it. But then I've never been as fanatical about the show as many others here.
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Mar 05, 2014
I have to agree with you Tim as much as it hurts. After "Shot to Hell" I thought there would be a slow ep. or two but now it feels like four separate story lines and none of them are that great.
Can't the writer's have Raylan go see his kid?? holy smoke whats the deal?? Winona left him before just because she was unsure of his commitment now she puts up with this crap!?
Also the problem with Art needs to be resolved. To tell the truth it seems like just another arc that is going no where.
I hope the writers are not as lost as they seem,
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Mar 05, 2014
Not in my opinion. Just a slow burn.
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Mar 05, 2014
Am I the only one shipping Raylan with Rachel? She's smart, skilled, beautiful, she might understand his ambitions and what drives him as a marshal better than anyone, she's knows to boss him around or reproach when needed, and she seems to genuinely care about him while still being fully aware of his many flaws.
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Mar 05, 2014
Yes I totally agree with that and pozycjonowanie
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Mar 05, 2014
The only thing that made this episode watchable was its Justified-level writing.

Anyway you know a season's in trouble when the lead detective decides the big bad is so dangerous that he can afford to take a holiday mid-season AND then spends an episode getting distracted before said holiday.

It's unfortunate this season is most similar to Season 2 because the shortcomings are glaring. The Bennetts were well established in Kentucky at the beginning of their Season and they were ruthless and intimidating. But since we know pretty much every criminal dynasty there is to know in Harlan we now have a situation where new Big Bads need to move to town to keep things interesting. But it's difficult for newbies to be as strong a foil for Raylan as established foes. One of this season' issues is figuring out how the Crowes can achieve anything really dastardly when it's hard enough for them finding a place to stay. The odd dead body and errand for Boyd hardly cuts it. And I don't need to say anything about Rapaport's acting because Mate already does a great job at that each week.

While it's difficult for a walk-on big bad to be successful on a serialised show it's not impossible. The most successful example recently was Gyp Rossetti on Boardwalk Empire. He didn't just hang around treading water, he went out of his way to screw up everything around him. I was hoping the Crowes would have more of that mindset. They could have thrown caution to the wind and wreaked havoc all over Harlan but it hasn't happened.

I'm sure the season will still build to a satisfying conclusion, no doubt bringing most if not all of the story threads together but it won't be enough to rate with Justified's best seasons.
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Mar 05, 2014
Not sure how you can say the show had Justified-level writing when you then proceed to show the ways the writing went wrong. If you mean dialogue when you say writing, then the writers had some bright spots again, but when it came to plot and plot resolution the writers came up really short.
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Mar 05, 2014
Yeah, pretty much what the MarlboroMagpie(?) said. 'Writing' can actually be a confusing word. It can refer to the structure of the episode, what beats it hits, its themes, the broad details of the plots and subplots, but it can also refer to the actual (writing) execution, the minutiae and the dialogue. I was thinking more of the latter as while the episode was fairly aimless overall the dialogue and the execution was still solid.
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Mar 05, 2014
I think he meant dialogue and I agree with what you wrote. Still I am forgiving the show because of the great previous seasons. I just hope the last few episodes will be great.

This season itself is not particularly bad. It is still entertaining but I guess previous season has set the show on such a high bar, this season fell short.
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Mar 05, 2014
I don't go to church. I don't pray before meals or bedtime. I have not read the Bible or Koran outside of a classroom in years. But I have faith in the writers of Justified. It may be a slow week again, but they know what they're doing. It all leads to something. I am not impatient waiting for it like I would be with other shows, i.e Walking Dead, that have missed the mark they set with their first or second season. (And I know Walking Dead is having a great season this year) But Justified has continued to hit its mark. I will absolutely be disappointed if the season ends poorly, but as of now I have faith that it won't come close to that.
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Mar 05, 2014
Amen.
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Mar 05, 2014
Better start reading the Koran again. The writers might need a little boost.
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Mar 05, 2014
may want to edit that, it is writer (singular) or you may get some hate mail. though I thought it was funny.
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Mar 05, 2014
I haven't read the review yet so I hope I'm not restating anything Tim might've already mentioned.

I'm glad Raylan's social worker girlfriend is presumably gone now. To me, she was a Justified rarity: An uninteresting character. I didn't think she added anything to whatever this season's plot(s) is/are, she didn't have a ton of chemistry with Raylan and didn't have hardly any snappy dialogue. Yawn.

Call me crazy -- please don't call me crazy -- but I'd kind of like to see her exit clear the way for Raylan and Wendy to get together. He may or may not think much of her, what with her being a Crowe and all, but she seems to be gaining a modicum of respect for him, especially after rescuing her son in this episode. I like the idea of their similar yet opposing natures drawing them together. And it's not like there's no precedent for that sort of attraction on this show. Boyd and Ava have that same sort of thing going on, too (at least before she went full-on bad girl). Full disclosure: I've always liked Alicia Witt, going back as far as being Alia in Dune, so seeing more of her, even if only for a short stint, is fine by me.

Overall, this was a fairly weak, meandering episode but I liked seeing Kyle Bornheimer doing his Kyle Bornheimer thing. Good to see William Forsythe again, too, despite being criminally underused. The chronic underuse of actors, both main cast members and guest stars alike, is this show's greatest sin.
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Mar 05, 2014
At this point, I'd rather someone just shank Ava in jail because I cannot stand to watch another second of her story. Nothing good has ever come from a story involving a character in jail unless the entire series is set there. Justified, you are better than this.
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Mar 05, 2014
You didn't mention Raylan getting dumped. Did I miss something as to why?
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Mar 05, 2014
I'm guessing because the Alison character and their relationship hadn't amounted to anything worth writing about in the past 8 weeks, so why start now.
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Mar 05, 2014
I don't want to say I hated the episode, but I can't think of anything I liked from this episode. There were episodes from the latest seasons of SoA and AHS that I've liked better than this. Maybe the only part I enjoyed was Wendy shooting William Forsythe's tires. I can't believe this show about Raylan Givens can not find anything relevant for him to do. Every thing just fell flat, and Ava's story keeps slogging. That whole thing with Danny Strong was so random and stupid, keeping Ava in jail was such a stupid decision. I've said it before, but this Crowe family business is like a second or third rate Bennett family story. Comparing the two just shows the difference in quality between this season and season two. This has without a doubt been Justified's worst season.

Oh well, at least the Harris brothers return one more time next week.
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Mar 06, 2014
I don't even think it is a second or third rate Bennet family story. The crowes are a single episode screw up family at best. If this was the first or second season, they would have been an isolated episode apart from the overall arc. And Raylan would have shot them.
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Mar 05, 2014
What is the actors name that windy crow shot out his tires at he beginning of the episode?, ep8 season 5
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Mar 05, 2014
Great actor by the way. Wonderful in Boardwalk Empire and The Mob Doctor.
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Mar 05, 2014
William Forsythe.
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