Hooligan

Hooligan

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Hooligan

It seems that every episode is better than the last. I keep hoping that
Boyd gets out and gets away, even though he has done some despicable
things, he's always had a good reason for it...kinda like Al Swearengen.
Anyways, I began watching Justified to watch Tomothy Olyphant, but in my opinion anyways, Walton Goggins has out shined him at every turn.
Then
there's Ava, I'm no longer invested in her character, but that doesn't
mean I want her to get killed either, I just don't care.
Whatever happens, I'm anxious for the final episode.

Hooligan

Excellent episode. Loved all of the Boyd scenes. His behavior towards Ava until the last scene reminded me of the way cats toy with their prey before they eat it. The look on his face when she finally admitted her role was pure heartache. His performance is always so very good, which begs the question: Why hasn't this man been given an Emmy?
Winona and Raylan were interesting too, but the baby was better, doing what babies do, right on cue.
Zachariah has something up his sleeve, and it's not good and will no doubt get him killed.
Ty Walker is a weasel, doing what he did, but then again, he's a smart weasel, that's who he is, which makes it possible that Seabass might not survive the next episode.
I just want Boyd to get out alive...okay, Raylan too.

Hooligan

I'm rather sorry to see Choo Choo go, he could have been good comic relief. The screwed up gunfight really screwed up Ty Walker, so it will be interesting to see what happens to him, at the hands of Avery.
Speaking of Avery brings me to Katherine...I wonder if they'll end up killing each other in a "Duel in the Sun" type of scenario. They're both sneaky liars, so it could happen.
If Zachariah meant for Boyd to die in the mine shaft, it's not very nice, considering the money that Boyd gave him, but then maybe he simply hates him because he's a Crowder. That type of ignorance fueled the Hatfield/McCoy feud, and look how that ended. But then with the exception of Boyd, none of these people are critical thinkers.
Then there's Limehouse, what could have driven him to rat out Ava? What's his angle? Is his hate that all-encompassing, or does he hope to profit? If so, how?