The series finale of 'Justified' started with our hero Raylan Givens in cuffs riding in the back of a police car, but ended with him on the right side of the law. Givens ended up doing what was lawful with Boyd, then he did what was moral with Ava.
Apparently the U.S. Marshals Service on Justified is really really concerned about Avery Markham’s money, so much so that they have made Ava Crowder their #1 priority. It’s as if she has stolen government money.
With just four episodes left in the entire series, 'Justified' went with an old fashioned western bar scene this week. 'Burned' centered on a pizza parlor gathering complete with free whiskey and a white hatted Marshal propped up at the bar.
This week on Justified, Raylan Givens starts to let go of his past and his hatred for his daddy, Arlo Givens, in this episode of Justified. Fresh off his commitment to Winona to give their relationship a shot, he starts getting rid of some old memories.
Last week on Justified, it made viewers wonder why things seemed to be moving so slow since it's the final season, but this week's "The Trash and the Snake" takes the show in a whole new direction which is great.
Maybe it's just me, but this final season of Justified is not exactly getting to the point in a hurry. I know they are setting up Sam Elliot's character, Avery Markham, as the big boss that must be taken down as a sideshow to Raylan versus Boyd.
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