Arlo: Sneak up on a man like that; good way to get yourself shot.
Raylan: By you in your boxer shorts there? I think I got the drop on you this time, Arlo.
This was the first time in season three's early run that I wasn't jumping up and down with excitement during and after an episode of Justified. That's not to say that "When the Guns Come Out" wasn't still great, because it was.To read the rest of my review of last night's Justified, head over to TV Fanatic.
It was filled with a shotgun shootout, a fight on a moving trailer, and plenty of great moments that began to move a number of the pieces around on this gigantic hillbilly chess board, so it was definitely a satisfying hour.
As is usually the case with Justified, let's start by talking about these great villains. Both Quarles and Limehouse had their own moment to chew up the screen while exemplifying what their respective character is all about. Oh, and it goes without saying at this point, but McDonough and Williamson were once again wonderful.
Quarles is a man who enjoys being the bad guy. It's fun for him, so when Winn told him that Raylan busted up their oxy clinic, he just laughed, took a puff on his cigar, and said that it was "awesome." The guy enjoys this part of it. Quarles set out to learn more about the Marshal who was onto him, so finding out that he and Boyd work together, and that Raylan's dad is part of Boyd's crew, was just another step in the right direction for this carpetbagger's fun game of life.
Justified 306 - "When The Guns Come Out"