TBH, Tim did have some very nice episodes with Colt back in S4. I love both the character and his actor.
Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt are perfect for Justified.
Justified (FX, Jan. 20 at 10 p.m.)
Coming Up: "It's the dangerous proposition when someone says, 'I just want to do one more thing, and then go.' Those often don't go well for people. That's sort of what it's all about," says Justified EP Graham Yost of the FX drama's final season. Since that proposition sets up a showdown between U.S. marshal Raylan Givens and smooth-tongued criminal Boyd Crowder, will it make for a darker Season 6? "There will be some more darkness, but I think we never want to lose sight of the fact that we're an Elmore Leonard show," Yost says. "His stuff only got so dark."
As for the series finale, Yost says, "It's sort of been year by year, 'Oh, let's end it this way.' Then I have an idea or someone else says, 'Let's end it that way.' We've been talking about it for probably four years. It does change all the time."Blasts from the Past: Limehouse (Mykelti Williamson), Winona, and hapless Dewey Crowe return, and a trio of guest stars Sam Elliott, Garret Dillahunt, and Jeff Fahey will play new characters with connections to Harlan-ites.
Kingdom star Jonathan Tucker has joined the final season of Justified, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Tucker who recently began filming his role on the drama will appearin the final five episodes of the FX series as Boon, a hired gun of Katherine Hale's (Mary Steenburgen) ex, Avery Markham (Sam Elliott). He joins Elliott and Garret Dillahunt as season six's notable new foes.
Justified creator Graham Yost told THR that Boon will be "a wonderful character, a gunslinger," while the official character description noted that the character has a "quick draw" and a romantic view of himself as a man out of a different time.
Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: After getting Daryl Crowe to admit to shooting Art, Raylan made plans to transfer to Florida to be near Winona and their daughter. However, before Raylan can leave, AUSA Vasquez recruited Raylan for a final mission: to help him bring down Boyd Crowder, who has now teamed up with Wynn Duffy and Katherine Hale. To do so, Raylan springs Ava from jail in order to use her as his mole.
What's Next: The final season's guest cast is stacked: Sam Elliott will play Markham, a legendary Kentucky gangster who returns to Harlan to woo Katherine and Garrett Dillahunt will play Ty Walker, a special ops veteran who's seen his share of combat and now handles security for a semi-legal businessman. Both will run afoul of Raylan and Boyd, but we all know this final season will ultimately be about that key duo's final showdown. "This is the heavyweight round, and at the end of it there's going to be one man standing," Walton Goggins teases.
Finally broke down and purchased season 5 so my girlfriend and I could be all caught up for season 6. I agree Niraj, Raylan's last words to Darryl were ice fucking cold.
It was a decent season (none of them have been bad) but the whole thing with Ava really felt like it was just there to set up the last scene on the bridge. I thought Rappaport was great and the dialogue across the board was stellar as usual. Season needed more Tim and Rachel, though, and I'm glad they will have more time in the final season. Really excited to see how this all wraps up, but equally sad that it will be the end. Great, great show.
Since I'm sick and bored (using Justified wikia so might be off here or there):
Ep1: Tommy Bucks, Jared Hale, Bowman
Ep3: Curtis Mims, Travis Travers
Ep4: Frank, Joe, Coyote, Roland Pike
Ep6: Owen Carnes
Ep7: Mr. Duke
Ep9: Billy Mac and Arnett's bodyguard
Ep11: Mickey, Puller
Ep13: 6 members of Boyd's flock, Heckle, Jeckle, Hestler Jones, Rufus, Bo Crowder, two unnamed associates of Bo's, Ernesto
S1 total: 31
Ep1: Walt McCready
Ep2: Van, Jess Timmons
Ep3: Bobby Lawton, Cutter, Elrod Platt
Ep5: Kyle, Marcus, Pruitt
Ep10: two guys Gary sent
Ep11: Baz, Logan, Aunt Helen
Ep13: 5 of Dickie's men, Doyle, Mags
S2 total: 23
Ep1: Delmar Coates, Eddie, Emmitt Arnett, Yvette
Ep2: Bill Nichols, Guero Moncada, Adan
Ep3: JT, Wally Becket, Glen Fogle
Ep4: Edward Fowler, Junior, Combs, Devil
Ep5: Ash Murphy, Lance, Layla
Ep6: Rip Bell, Trixie, Doc Stern, Brady Hughes, Gus
Ep7: None (!)
Ep9: Krystal, two people at the bank, J.J. Corliss, Lemuel Becket, Tanner Dodd, Elroy
Ep11: Parker, Longbaugh
Ep12: Tom Bergen
S3 total: 34
Ep1: Hiram Pugh, Sam Porter
Ep3: Alex Barnes, Billy
Ep5: Agent Barkley
Ep7: Mitch, Sharon Edmunds, Jody
Ep8: Arlo, Deke, Frank Browning, Dave, Mark, Sam Keener, Tonin hitman
Ep11: Yolo, Mort
Ep13: Lex, Cobb, Dominic, Nicky Augustine
S4 total: 23
E1: Chandler, Ross, Donny, Simon Lee, Sammy, Doug, Chainsaw guy, Dilly, Elvis Machado
E4: Wade Messer
E5: Lee Paxton, Al Sura, Nick Mooney, Elias Marcos, Jean Baptiste
E7: Larry Salmeron, three of Hot Rod's henchmen, Johnny
E9: Ali, Hot Rod, Elmont Swain
E10: Danny Crowe, Judith
E13: Jimmy, Manuel, Alberto, Manolo, Daryl
S5 total: 33
Overall total: 144
Some of those might be off by a few since some of the wikia pages didn't have deaths (or no deaths) indicated and I just went through the synopses.
So overall 3>5>1>2=4
Ha ha. Poor Niraj, compiling death lists in a sick induced haze.
I wonder if Garrett Dillahunt will be playing a character along the lines of his character from Burn Notice. He's so good at being unhinged. I think he could play a decent Joker if ever given a chance.
The billboards with that poster art have started popping up in LA, my hype is growing.
It must have been an Act of God. Praise the Lord!
Just don't taky Oxy when you're on the internet next time.
And Jack McCall.
All that violence... it takes a toll.