Justified

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Tuesday 10:00 PM on FX Premiered Mar 16, 2010 In Season

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AIRED ON 4/14/2015

Season 6 : Episode 13

Show Summary

U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is a modern day 19th century-style lawman, who enforces his brand of justice to put a target on his back with criminals and puts him at odds with his bosses in the Marshal service. As a result, he gets reassigned to the U.S. District covering the town where he grew up.

Timothy Olyphant

Timothy Olyphant

U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens

Nick Searcy

Nick Searcy

Chief Deputy Art Mullen

Joelle Carter

Joelle Carter

Ava Crowder

Jacob Pitts

Jacob Pitts

Deputy Marshal Tim Gutterson

Erica Tazel

Erica Tazel

Deputy Marshal Rachel Brooks

Walton Goggins

Walton Goggins

Boyd Crowder

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  • Sad to see it go, it was a great show

    10
    I've written this elsewhere, but I feel it's worth repeating.



    Justified is a real favorite of mine. And, the way I look at the finale. It finished in a way which, somehow, could always mean it could be revived. Why?



    Simple. Raylan's visit to Boyd. Now, the purpose was to let Boyd know that Ava is dead. although the reason that Raylan's visit ended up with the truth "We dug coal together", the truth is, Boyd Crowder's will have plenty of time asking himself the same question.. Why would Raylan go all the way from Florida to visit him, just for that, because I doubt that Crowder's going to be satisfied with this explanation.



    So, while it is more than likely that this show has ended and won't be revived for any reasons, at least, logically, there would be a plot to bring it back.



    So, it's the end, it was a great show.. and.. I wouldn't be mad if another season came along at some point...



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  • Best show ever!

    10
    I was tipped about this show during season 1 and I was hooked right away. I loved the atmosphere, the characters and the stories. As much as I loved season 1, in retropect it was the second weakest season. Mostly because it didn't have a season arc. It was a case of the week.

    Second season was so amazing. The villan of the season, Mags Bennet, played by the wonderful Margo Martindale. Her three sons, the sheriff, Dicke and Coover. Dickie Bennet, played by Jeremy Davies, was outstanding.

    Season three had Robert Quarles as the season baddie pairing up with Wynn Duffy. It was a fun ride with a really fun season ending. Made me look at a piggy bank different.

    Season 4 with the mystery of "Who is Drew Thompson?" was for me just as good as season 2. It also featured the best episode of the show, "Decoy".

    Seaon 5 was the weak season. It was mostly due to the casting of Michael Rappaport as Dale Crowe. He was awful and the season also had Ava in jail and that arc was also weak. However, it was still a good season compaired to other shows.

    Season 6, the final season, was the best season of them all. Sam Elliott was the baddie of the season and he was really great.

    It is hard to write down in one review all the great things about this show. But I'll try.

    The characters are very well written, even the supporting characers. Characters like, Dewey, Choo Choo, Wynn Duffy, Tim, Rachel, Art, Johnny and many more. Every characters has depths and doesn't come across as stereotypes.

    The actors: Walton Goggins, Timothy Olyphant, Joelle Carter and everyone involved.

    If you haven't seen this show, you really should!

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  • You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive

    9.5
    Oh wow. This show. The Dialogue. Raylan. Boyd. Wynn Duffy. There's so much to love about this series. I binged on it over the winter break and was able to catch up for Season 6 and I'll really miss this. Boyd is one of the best anti-heroes/villains in any TV show ever, and Raylan is one of the best protagonists.



    The setting is part of what makes this show different to any standard cop show (Raylan himself ain't a cop), and the show can make the most out of characters big or small, that would often be weak, retrodden stereotypes on other shows (Choo Choo! Dewey Crowe!). They're fun, and often awesome.



    I'll really miss this show. It's one of the best. Underrated, and very smart, with once again, some excellent dialogue. Well worth a watch.moreless
  • Boon's death

    10
    Boon's fondest wish is a showdown with Raylan-so he can't die like that. He has to go out in the most humiliating anti-climactic way possible. My two top choices:

    Gunned down by Constable Bob (the ignominy alone would kill him, and Bob could use the street cred)

    Run over in a crosswalk by a hipster in a smartcar (I'm leaning towards this one)

    I *do* like the hat, though.moreless
  • CLEVER IS RIGHT

    10
    Truly enjoyable show, hooked since show#1

    If you have not seen it in a while.

    Watch again.

  • GOODBYE, HARLAN

    Justified Series Finale Review: The Sweet Hereafter

    Raylan Givens signed off in an unexpected way, and that's part of what "The Promise" so darned good.

  • HAPPY TRAILS, HARLAN

    Saying Goodbye to Justified: Finale Predictions, Series Superlatives, and General Worship

    Who will live? Who will die? Which season was the best? Which criminal moron was our favorite?

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