I believe the new and last season of Justifed starts tonight.
They've used that before, in a different arrangement.Anyone else take that background music from the last episode for 2014 as an omen? "You'll never leave Harlan alive."
Well, he immediately wondered how and why Dewey was out free, and he is not the trusting sort. Certainly the same thought could cross his mind about Ava.The last scene with Boyd staring so intently at Ava while she slept, you gotta think he either knows or suspects...
Boyd has the shrewdness of a natural predator. I don't think Ava has it in her to pull off that kind of deception for long. How will Boyd react to it is the question. I think he honestly loves Ava (as much as Boyd is capable of loving someone).They've used that before, in a different arrangement.
Well, he immediately wondered how and why Dewey was out free, and he is not the trusting sort. Certainly the same thought could cross his mind about Ava.
Raylan, in the parlor, with a candlestick.At the end who is going to off Boyd and how?
Either that or 50/50 Raylan and Boyd take each other out in the end.Raylan, in the parlor, with a candlestick.
I predict the last episode will be a mirror image of the first, wherein Raylan, then working in Florida, provoked a poolside showdown with a drug dealer he'd had enough of. Raylan had already made the decision that the guy needed to be gone, and engineered the confrontation to make it happen. The aftermath, of course, was that Raylan was banished to Kentucky as the Bad Boy of the Marshall's Service.
Raylan will similarly decide that Boyd needs to be gone, will make it happen, and subsequently be forced to hang up his spurs and retire to the arms of his beautiful wife and baby girl.