Justified

Season 3 Episode 4

The Devil You Know

5
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Feb 07, 2012 on FX
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  • WELCOME TO HARLAN

    Justified: The Dickie and Dewey Crowe Show

    Hicks stole the show this week as Dickie got sprung, Dewey got taken along for the ride, and Boyd made a business decision.

  • Episode Summary

    A daring prison escape puts Raylan on the trail of two of his old adversaries. Boyd confronts a traitor in his inner circle.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • The Not So Great Escape

      8.5
      Dickie Bennett and Dewie Crow are broken out of prison by Ash the prison guard to get the money held for Mags by Limehouse. While looking for the escaped convicts Raylan runs into Limehouse and is surprised Limehouse doesn't recognize him from a time in his past which he tells as a time when Limehouse being the ever loving Hell out of Arlo (who was trying to retrieve his wife from Limehouse's property after she sought asylum there). The word gets out on Ash being behind the break and the Marshals block off the road to Limehouse's property making it difficult for them to get the money to Dickie who's life is depending on it. This episode definitely had its humorous moments as Dickie and Dewey Crow try to make it out of their situation alive. They certainly are a bumbling duo those two. When Ash goes out for food and comes back to the motel he has a run in with Raylan that or more specifically Raylan's car has a run in with him. Meanwhile Qarles offers Devil a position if he is willing to get his hands dirty and do away with Boyd. Devil tries to entrust in Johnny after a small cut from getting the bar back. At the meet for the money Dickie finds the box and uses a gun in it to shoot one of his captors and Limehouse and his shotgun take care of the rest. The measly amount of money he says were deductions from Mags selling all the land to the Black Pike people. Dickie refuses the money and wants more interest on it from time which is complied by Limehouse. Raylan gets there just in time to find Dickie and presumably haul him back to jail. Limehouse's flirting with Rachel was creepy and definitely a show he put on her for as disrespect. Boyd and Johnny's doing away with Devil after his trying to turn Johnny was tragic but necessary from Boyd's standpoint his speech about being shot and on the floor to Devil was touching yet menacing. His merciful headshot was haunting as Devil squirms caught up in his own betrayal. This was a very powerful episode and there's much more that's transitioning onto the table. We still have a captive Dewey Crow with the infirmary worker still out there so expect what comes next to be big.moreless
    • The Devil You Know

      7.5
      Intense, action-packed, suspenseful, all words you could use to describe this episode and all the adjectives we need for Justified to be to make this show worth watching. The Boyd scenes were an improvement from last week, but the majority of this show from the car "rolling" over someone, to the syringe to the neck to the foreshadowing of the future, it was the best Justified this season and they made it feel like the best is yet to come. I thoroughly enjoyed it.moreless
    Timothy Olyphant

    Timothy Olyphant

    U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens

    Erica Tazel

    Erica Tazel

    Deputy Marshal Rachel Brooks

    Walton Goggins

    Walton Goggins

    Boyd Crowder

    Clayne Crawford

    Clayne Crawford

    Prison Doctor

    Guest Star

    Mykelti Williamson

    Mykelti Williamson

    Ellstin Limehouse

    Guest Star

    Todd Stashwick

    Todd Stashwick

    Ash Murphy

    Guest Star

    Kevin Rankin

    Kevin Rankin

    Devil

    Recurring Role

    Jeremy Davies

    Jeremy Davies

    Dickie Bennett

    Recurring Role

    Damon Herriman

    Damon Herriman

    Dewey Crowe

    Recurring Role

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