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Submitted by alycakes 1093d ago | review

Justified “Kin”: Collider Review

Collider:
Four episodes deep into season four of Justified and we finally got what we wanted: Raylan and Boyd in a room together. It wasn’t under the best circumstances for either man, but satisfying nontheless. “Kin” moved along the Drew Thompson plot, introduced a ruthless new Dixie mafia character, and made things a whole lot more complicated in the Crowder camp. The show’s universe also expanded deep into the hills and in doing so, Raylan’s past. More on this week’s Justified after the jump. (Justified, TV) -

alycakes  +   1094d ago
Great show. This is the only show that my husband and I watch that we both think ends too soon. The hour just goes by too fast and we are just wanting more.

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