Justified Spoilers: Bava on Tap!

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Violence, revenge... and romance?!?

While this extended promo for season two of Justified makes it clear that plenty of action is on tap when the FX drama returns, Walton Goggins also promises an "interesting relationship" for his character: Boyd will hook up with Ava this season.

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“I talked [to the producers] about how Boyd would approach love, and how different that would be than Raylan," Goggins tells TV Line. "Boyd’s a really deep guy. He’s probably someone who would create a flower out of a napkin or just read poetry for hours.”

Justified premieres season two on February 9.

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One of my favorite shows of all time. I love Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder. I don't think the show would be what it is without him. Even though I have no doubt he could kill someone without a lot of provocation, he lends a sense of vulnerability to the part he is playing.


NOT out of character at all. They had a moment of chagrined tenderness at the end of the first season and I SO look forward to this. Goggins is one of the most skilled and surprising actors at work today. I so much look forward to where this takes his character. Boyd and Ava are two such injured people. There is every chance they can bring out the best in one another.


Love this show so much! I've been watching it off my DVR on my breaks at work using DISH's TV Everywhere app. As an employee at DISH I swooped that app up the day it dropped and love it...for example today I was able to just kick back on my lunch break and re-watch Raylan shoot Boyd over a plate of fried chicken at Ava's house in the series opener. According to Walton in this article though Boyd and Ava are going to hook up this year? That just seems SO completely out of character for Ava...I guess I'll just have to wait and see how they work it. As long as they keep the same Leonard-esque feel to that show.

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Justified Quotes

Wonderful things can happen when you sow seeds of distrust in a garden of assholes.


You ever hear of the saying "you run into an asshole in the morning, you ran into an asshole; you run into assholes all day, you're the asshole."