Justified thread

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Too much Bricktop!

mooosicle wrote:

Why did Errol suddenly come back? I take it he figured out what was going on from Raylan driving the van?

I guess I wasn't paying attention enough the last few episodes, but why did Limehouse chase Errol off in the first place? I know it looked like Errol was betraying Limehouse by telling Boyd and Dickie Bennett where the money was, but I thought it was revealed that Errol was actually setting them all up as part of Limehouse's plan... Confused...

It happened early, so I don't recall the specifics, but Errol tried to drag Limehouse and the holler deeper into the Boyd-Dickie-Quarles madness for the sake of making more money, and Limehouse smacked him down for putting the holler at risk--it was an early clue that Limehouse's ultimate motivation was to be left the hell alone.

SpacePPoliceman wrote:

It happened early, so I don't recall the specifics, but Errol tried to drag Limehouse and the holler deeper into the Boyd-Dickie-Quarles madness for the sake of making more money, and Limehouse smacked him down for putting the holler at risk--it was an early clue that Limehouse's ultimate motivation was to be left the hell alone.

Yeah I think that was his punishment for dragging the Holler into what turned out to be a massive cluster f*ck of a situation.

I first thought Limehouse had put poison in the pig tongue when the 2 of them were talking.

OMG SEASON 4 STARTS TOMORROW NIGHT! SO EXCITED!

Veloxi wrote:

OMG SEASON 4 STARTS TOMORROW NIGHT! SO EXCITED!

I wonder who the big badguy is this time around.

Well last year we had two (which is fair, it's hard/impossible to top Mags), but this year it looks like some sort of preacher fella if the preview is any indication.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2Gdk...

Word is rather than one central antagonist, or several, it's more of a mystery.

Ohhhh, that's cool too! I just hope we see more Tim and Rachel.

I am sure we will get to find out how the snake handling preacher is really some kind of corrupt drug dealer.

I love this show.

Patton Oswalt + Justified = me squealing with glee.

Spoiler:

"He told me to pull on him so I broke his nose."
"He did it wrong!"

Just saw the premiere. HOLY sh*t all that happened in 46 minutes??! WOW, I'm out of breath.

Veloxi wrote:

Just saw the premiere. HOLY sh*t all that happened in 46 minutes??! WOW, I'm out of breath.

That is pretty much how most of the episodes go. It is a "slow" episode when only one person gets shot.

I recently got back into this show again after quite a long haitus. While scouring my Amazon Instant Library I found (to my surprise) that I owned Episode One of Season Three (right where I had left off). I watched it, bought two more episodes, and realized it had it's hooks in me again. So now I'm going back and starting it from the beginning. Much fun is about to be had.

This show is only 10 minutes long. I am sure of it. Every time the end credits roll, I have to double check my DVR just to make sure it was actually an hour long. The writing is just so good.

Favorite quote of the last episode:

"He does stupid stuff every day. You're going to have to be more specific."

Marshall stiffy.

mr_n00b wrote:

Marshall stiffy.

Hahahaha! Also, my nomination for best line of the season so far:

" But I don't even trust the way you just now said I could trust you."

I love Wynn Duffy so hard.

Nomad wrote:

This show is only 10 minutes long.

Hahaha, I know right? You start watching it and just ten minutes later you're like "Wait, it's over?! *looks at clock* HOW WAS THAT 40 MINUTES, SHOW?!"

Paleocon wrote:
Veloxi wrote:

Just saw the premiere. HOLY sh*t all that happened in 46 minutes??! WOW, I'm out of breath.

That is pretty much how most of the episodes go. It is a "slow" episode when only one person gets shot.

Well yeah, but that particular episode was, IMO, one of the best of the entire series.

Veloxi wrote:

" But I don't even trust the way you just now said I could trust you."

I love Wynn Duffy so hard.

I don't remember it exact, but I was a big fan of "Devil proposed something like that. If it had worked, I'd think we'd have heard something by now."

Veloxi wrote:
mr_n00b wrote:

Marshall stiffy.

Hahahaha! Also, my nomination for best line of the season so far:

" But I don't even trust the way you just now said I could trust you."

I love Wynn Duffy so hard.

Nomad wrote:

This show is only 10 minutes long.

Hahaha, I know right? You start watching it and just ten minutes later you're like "Wait, it's over?! *looks at clock* HOW WAS THAT 40 MINUTES, SHOW?!"

Paleocon wrote:
Veloxi wrote:

Just saw the premiere. HOLY sh*t all that happened in 46 minutes??! WOW, I'm out of breath.

That is pretty much how most of the episodes go. It is a "slow" episode when only one person gets shot.

Well yeah, but that particular episode was, IMO, one of the best of the entire series.

WHERE IS HIS MUSTACHE?!

So did anyone's DVR tease them by recording a 3 min commercial early this morning?

No, but...

Spoiler:

Oh god! Snakes!

mr_n00b wrote:

Marshall stiffy.

I love Art.

I love the dialogue in this show.

ranalin wrote:

So did anyone's DVR tease them by recording a 3 min commercial early this morning?

Mine does that every week. 3-8 minute recap or something.

Dang. This week's episode was epic. I have no idea where the season is going to go -- except to hell. I should start trying to guess who's not going to die.

Is it just me or has Wynn Duffy's character changed quite a bit? I seem to remember him from the earlier seasons as an almost whimsical/comic-relief character and now he seems to be giving off a much darker vibe.

I'm am hoping that the Dixie Mafia comes into play this season. I haven't seen the newest episode yet, but if it's anyhting like the reast of the seasons, this should promise to be pretty awesome