Did it really take until Season 4 for Beth Grant to appear as a guest on this show? H...HOW??
I was thinking the same thing. In a family that sets a new low bar for degenerates on this show, she was the only one that had any sense -- probably because she had none of Waldo Truth's DNA in her. I did love that none of Raylan's intimidating badassery had any effect on the rest of the Truth clan because they were all perfectly prepared to die since they'd already lived longer than they'd expected to given their lifestyle.
Absolutely love the Raylan/Art/Tim-banter (I'd watch an entire hour of those guys just BS'ing in a car).
It wasn't until this episode that I put two and two together and realized that Tim was played by the guy who played Cooper in EuroTrip
. Jacob Pitts does smart ass so well.
Great episode. The reveal of the husband at the end had me rolling.
I'm very interested to see where his character goes. He has a lot of Raylan-like qualities, in that he doesn't seek out violent confrontations, but he doesn't do a lot to avoid them, either. It was to Raylan's credit that he was the one character who had words with him and managed to defuse the situation before it came to blows.
I love Boyd, almost as much as Raylen. It never ceases to amaze me how they have made Boyd a rich 3d character, with intelligence, eloquence, and soul, instead of the one dimensional, cardboard, caricature-of-a-bad guy that SOOOOOOOO many other tv shows give to villians. When Justified someday runs its' course, I would definitely watch a Boyd-centric spinoff, if offered.
There are so many characters on this show that I'd watch a spin-off of. Boyd, Johnny, Loretta, Mags (if they hadn't killed her off), Limehouse, Dewey Crowe, Karen Sisco/Goodall... the list goes on and on. What was the deal with the guy gunning for Art's job? Do the marshals have a mandatory retirement age or something?