Justified 6.2 FAQ
What’s it called?
Teleplay is credited to Dave Andron & VJ Boyd.
What says FX?
“Raylan's investigation brings him into conflict with a paramilitary outfit, while Boyd and his partners try to salvage a profit from their heist.”
How does it start?
With Ava in her kitchen, sipping Wild Turkey. Within seconds she’s pointing another gun at another Crowder.
Do we learn this week what Garrett Dillahunt’s character wants with Arlo Givens’ place? Does Raylan at least investigate?
It turns out Arlo’s property isn’t the only one Ty Walker covets.
Is Dickie Bennett back?
Not this week, but he’ll be back before season’s end.
What about Wynn Duffy?
What’s Carla Gugino so busy with that she can’t be Karen Sisco for this final season of “Justified”?
She has a major role as a U.S. Treasury agent in M. Night Shyamalan’s fascinating “Wayward Pines” series on Fox.
Can we get a hint regarding Boyd’s salvage plan?
It involves a touch of extortion.
Does Boyd do anything interesting with Dewey Crowe’s corpse?
A bit of Dewey’s remains does turn up unexpectedly.
The big news?
Sam Elliott appears in but a single scene tonight, making his “Justified” debut just a bit before the halfway mark.
What else is FX not telling us?
Brad Leland, who spent five years as used car salesmen Buddy Garrity on “Friday Night Lights,” joins the “Justified” cast tonight as a Harlan real estate titan.
Dillahunt. Choo Choo and his car. Ty Walker wiping his nose on the laundry. The tip for engendering loyalty. “I guess I’ll be on my way?” “No, he didn’t mention that.” “Any of those even things?” “Now you’re going to sling foul utterances in my direction?” “I’m just going to take your car.” “Well, here I am, being rude.”
What’s not so good?
Constable Bob does not appear tonight, but I do hope he sticks his head in before the series wraps.
How does it end, spoiler boy?
Raylan gives Tim a very short history lesson.
10 p.m. Tuesday. FX.