Raylan’s Back!

Nick Searcy and Timothy Olyphant JustifiedThe Season 4 premiere of Justified, arguably the best show on television, airs tonight at 10pm of FX. I can’t possibly believe this season will be better than the last, but I think that every year – and every year, the show’s creators prove me wrong.

The show boasts a terrific cast, including Nick Searcy, one of the rare conservatives in Hollywood. He’s a great Twitter follow, and I am proud to say he follows me. (Yes, he must be desperate.)

He also get points for this interview he did for Ace of Spades HQ this afternoon. It’s chock full of awesomeness.

So we’re clear: Tonight. 10pm. FX. Aaaaand . . . go!

11 thoughts on “Raylan’s Back!

  1. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Jon – It’s one of the few series I TiVo (the others being Archer, The League, Last Resort, Walking Dead, and Falling Skies.)

    LDIV – I won’t spoil it – especially since I won’t get to watch it until I get home from work today.

    Old NFO – Amen to that.

    John D – I don’t know how they do it, but they always do.

    Jim – He was briefly in The Fugitive, as Sheriff Rollins – the guy who calls Tommy Lee Jones “Wyatt Earp.”

  2. Jon Brooks

    This is a plea for help! I couldn’t watch the first episode last night so I wisely recorded it on the cable box. I got home this evening took the dog out, then sat down with my 6 soft steak tacos (sorry about the food reference Wyatt) to watch it. Great episode. It got ‘ almost’ up to the very end. Right after the scene with the pentacostal snake handler the camera switches to the prisoner in the orange jumpsuit walking down the
    hall..then it stopped. I know there was a good 15 seconds or so left where they always set it up for the next episode. What did I miss??? It probably had something to do with Arlo? Any help? Thanks.

  3. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Jon – The prisoner started asking Arlo questions about the bag. He said it would be worth a lot of money if he made a call about it. Arlo asked him for a book, and when the prisoner turned around, Arlo stabbed him in the throat, killing him.

    End scene.

    It was amazing.

  4. Bob G.

    Wyat:
    That premiere certainly kicked major ass…loved the “junk in the trunk” storyline, too…LOL.

    Arlo’s got one NASTY streak, though.
    (surprised the hell outta me)

    One of the BEST shows on tv…amywhere.

    Stay safe out there.

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