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Submitted by alycakes 1102d ago | review

Justified: "This Bird Has Flown": IGN Review

IGN:
What an odd conclusion from the last episode. Billy the preacher is ... dead? After a snake bite? How far away were they from a hospital? What else is there to do now with his sister? It just doesn't make a whole lot of sense.

We're dropped into this episode from the point we left off last week: Raylan's been robbed. Lindsey and Randall told him about the con they used to run and then ran the con on him. For a main character who's known for being pretty clever, Raylan was disarmed. His one weakness, women, made him just a bit blinder than usual (though, I thought maybe Raylan was smart enough to see through that sort of stuff). (Justified, TV) 7/10

alycakes  +   1102d ago
He's always been really smart except when it comes to women....when is he going to learn?

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