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TV Review: JUSTIFIED: Season 3, Episode 6: When the Guns Come Out

Joelle Carter, Timothy Olyphant, Justfied

Justified Season 3 Episode 6 When the Guns Come Out Review. Justified: Season 3, Episode 6: When the Guns Come Out was the bloodiest Justified episode of the season. It was shotgun time in a big way but the real drama came from Rayan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) not being or wanting to change who he is for anyone, not even for someone he loves.

Oral sex being used as a negotiation device was an interesting twist. Bit characters Ellen May (Abby Miller), Trixie (Valerie Brandy), continue to be used effectively on the show.

Ellstin Limehouse (Mykelti Williamson) presence on the show and storyline are growing in prominence on the show, though it is still only a whisper behind the scenes. Limehouse’s people know Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) yet he knows nothing of them, a weakness illuminated by their scene together.

Limehouse is going to have to kill his henchman (Demetrius Grosse) eventually, though his disobedience adds to the drama of the show. He continues to take liberties and endanger the safety of Limehouse’s operation and his people.

The carpetbagger (Neal McDonough)’s henchman can’t show his face anymore in Kansas since he tried to kill Rayman in a roll away Oxycotin clinic. Good scene.

Either the carpetbagger will let him live and leave or he will kill him to protect himself.

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