Justified

Season 1 Episode 9

Hatless

6
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM May 11, 2010 on FX
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Episode Summary

Raylan has a few drinks and gets himself beaten up, after being suspended as a Marshall. He pulls himself together and decides to jeopardise his career further by going after the thugs who have been harassing his ex-wife's new husband.

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  • Hatless - Good name

    9.0
    This was a great episode..I'm new to Justified and Loving it!
  • 109

    1.0
    I think I am over with Justified after this episode. A senseless array of gun scenes and beatdowns and a pointless plot filled with bad actors and even worse dialogue.



    Sometimes the show has been a bit dull, but now it has hit an all-time low. This was essentially like NCIS without the charm.



    I think part of the problem is that the supporting cast is about as lifeless as can be. I liked Natalie Zea on Dirty Sexy Money, but here she's just annoying. Timothy Olyphant is a great actor, but every episode cannot revolve around him. He needs a goofy sidekick or something.moreless
  • Raylan goes after the men who are pestering his ex-wife and her husband

    8.5
    Raylan Givens is the epitome of cool, and in the opening minutes of this week's episode, Raylan loses his cool. But only for a few minutes. The rest of the episode, he's back to his awesome self, finding subtle ways to strike fear in the hearts of his enemies. And once again, his attempts to fix problems ends up with one or more people getting shot or injured. But I really did like this episode and also the subtle jabs at the fact that, much like the episode's title claims, Raylan's hat was missing.



    We've been given small hints at the fact that Wynona's husband is into some dangerous stuff with some sketchy people (last week's scene where the guy named Duffy came in and talked about security was thrilling and ominous) but we finally get all the cards laid out on the table and learn that Gary owes nearly a million dollars to a guy named Arnett, and as a result, he's getting pressured by a couple of guys, one who is known as Duffy, who has a reputation for doing crazy things to people.



    One thing I love in movies or television shows is when the writers build up the villains and have them do things so that we immediately hate them and let that hatred linger until we can hardly stand it anymore.. only to have the good guy come out and make everything better. Raylan was responsible for at least one of these moments, if not more. I loved seeing him get the jump on Duffy's wingman and the way he casually dismantled Duffy's plans and found a way to make everybody happy. There was no Boyd or Bo Crowder here, and no Ava either, but the episode still found a way to work well.moreless
David Eigenberg

David Eigenberg

Arnold Pinter

Guest Star

Steven Flynn

Steven Flynn

Emmitt Arnett

Guest Star

Tom Kiesche

Tom Kiesche

Drunk #1

Guest Star

Jere Burns

Jere Burns

Wynn Duffy

Recurring Role

William Ragsdale

William Ragsdale

Gary Hawkins

Recurring Role

Natalie Zea

Natalie Zea

Winona Hawkins

Recurring Role

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