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It Was So Good To See You (Week of March 7th) 

The guest stars this past week on some of my favorite TV shows were, once again, included some familiar faces especially to those who enjoy sci-fi programming and a certain show about escaping from a prison. First, there was actor Christopher Jacot, who appeared in the season finale of White…

Justified “Cottonmouth” 

Well, the slow pace of the Bennett ramp-up jumped into hyperdrive with this week’s outing, as Raylan heads home to investigate why, how, and by whom Loretta’s daddy’s government checks are being cashed. We begin with Dewey Crowe being dragged out of his cell under the guise of a quarantine…

Justified “For Blood or Money” 

As Kara excellently covered, it’s relationship a-go-go in Harlan as all the key players mix and mingle. “For Blood or Money” is a bit of a misnomer title for this episode, because money comes into play as an afterthought while more seeds are planted for the bigger picture.

Justified “The I of the Storm” 

So, the Comcast upgrade to Xfinity’s onscreen programming guide on Monday deleted everything I’d taped since October—every episode of H50, Human Target, Justified, The Vampire Diaries, Primeval, Supernatural, and Fairly Legal, plus a handful of cheesy Hallmark/Lifetime/Syfy movie, which is a roundabout way of saying I’m going to recap this…

Justified “The Life Inside” 

Last week’s episode was a pretty straightforward “find the escaped prisoner” tale with the added twist that said prisoner was extremely pregnant and actually in danger. On the drug runner front, Mags takes in Loretta. Raylan goes home to tangle with his dad, dances around whatever he and Winona are doing,…

Justified “The Moonshine War” 

Raylan’s back in the saddle for season two and the premiere picks up at the moment last season’s finale ended, with Raylan, Ava, and Boyd pinned down as the shooting subsides. Daddy Crowder lays lifeless outside so Raylan tells Boyd to get Ava to safety, and we presume he does,…