Ava needs the disappearer from Breaking Bad. Or at least a good criminal lawyer to help her leverage that money for some sort of deal for herself. Better call Saul, Ava!
pavlovsbell said:Even more unexpected was the tenderness and intimacy of Wynn holding him. I half-expected him to kiss Mikey.
Even more unexpected was the tenderness and intimacy of Wynn holding him. I half-expected him to kiss Mikey.
WYNN LIVES!!! Damn, that scene was so powerful. Brutal and touching and for what it's worth I also gave it about a 25% chance that Wynn was going to kiss Mikey too. I was starting to doubt it, but my little cockroach who could lives for at least another week.
I know I should be conditioned to it by now, he's certainly done it enough times to teach me, but I was still surprised to see Boyd whack Carl so coldly. As soon as the quickness of it wore off I knew that I should've known but I just didn't. I'm not a huge fan of the way that they are totally extracting Boyd's soul this season. Maybe time is just messing with my memory of the past, but I remember him at least having developed some sense of honor once he rose to the upper levels, at least when it came to "his guys" (I haven't forgotten that we are still talking about a guy who was a Nazi who blew up churches). Still, it was really jarring to see him screw Carl over and then kill him, even more so than when he killed Dewey (which was pretty jarring, maybe I saw it coming but it was tough to wrap my head around).
@Original_Joseph Well said. I could definitely see them doing something like that, although the way that things have played out and the way that they have evolved Boyd they better get it just right. They've upped the degree of difficulty on that scenario significantly.
@pavlovsbell I agree about Ava and Zacharia. I felt like with everything else going on there just wasn't really room for them. It almost kind of felt like they believed that they had to give us an update on them, but they really didn't. Obviously I haven't seen the next one yet, but I don't see why it would have been a bad decision to leave us in the dark on them for the week and catch up next time.
I wonder if this all ends with Art saving Raylan, again, or maybe sacrificing himself for him.
Since we're speculating on it I think Boone has to end up in a gun fight with Raylan, but I wouldn't be surprised if someone else took him out. Maybe he has Raylan pinned and Loretta gets him from the side or back while he is making a speech about gunfighters in the movies or something like that. That's the scenario where I would lay my bet though my batting average hasn't been great this season.
Basically it's all been said, but I loved this episode. So many great confrontations. So much great dialog. Only 2 to go and to get all of this tied out I have a feeling they're going to be pretty packed in with quality stuff. I can't wait.
I don't know if anyone is in the L.A. area, but I got an e-mail about this and figured I would toss it up here in case it is useful information for anybody. They're doing An Evening with Justified at the Paley Center in L.A. next Wednesday.