Raylan finds more trouble in Harlan when Daryl Crowe, Dewey’s cousin from Florida, comes to visit and plots to use the spoils to build a criminal empire. Meanwhile Boyd and Wynn have their own problems with people up North.
Justified has reached the point where we know some of its tricks. But thanks to Leonard and Olyphant and writer Graham Yost's fine balance of humor and mayhem, it's still an hour worth looking forward to.
The show lost its guiding star with the passing of Elmore Leonard last year. So it isn't all that surprising that what we have here is an episode with all the right pieces in place but little of the heart that usually drives the show.
Justified is slumming it: not nearly as sharp or rich as it has been or could be, but still much more clever and enjoyable than its procedural peers. It's begging to be graded on a curve, when it should be setting it.