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I LOVE IT………. I especially like the superb acting and subliminal humor. Multifaceted, a real thinking hillbilly’s show………. Living in KY and having been in the area I think I know some of these characters, or at least some folks that are real close….:)
Keep up the good work……
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this show! I couldn’t wait for it to start after seeing the previews. I had no idea it was being based in Lexington, KY and surrounding areas. Being from there that was a nice surprise. The accents are perfect, the writing is stupendous, and all of the characters mesh beautifully. I am glad that Raylan and Ava are together, much to the chagrin of Raylan’s boss. It is, to say the least, a very complicated yet innocent and warm relationship.
I am completely enamored by Timothy Olyphant. In the few roles I have seen him in so far, he exudes confidence and I would venture to say he is the same in in real life.
If this show is filmed in Lexington and surrounding areas, I hope that I am there one day to catch a glimpse.
Keep up the fantastic work!
Love everything about the show, great cast and characters. Seriously though, Raylan’s ex-wife is using him. She is manipulative, doesn’t care for him. Raylan needs to rise above this. Eva is the better choice of the two. She’d sincerely change her ways for Raylan. Would love to see more stories about Tim Gutterson’s character, and it goes without saying – need to see Joelle Carter’s character and Goggins’ character all the time!
I’ve been a huge Elmore Leonard fan since 1995 when I read FREAKY DEAKY. Post Sopranos and The Wire, JUSTIFIED is like watching an hour-long film ever week. The characters just jump out at you. This series stands up to all of the grand master’s work. I am really looking forward ti reading more from Ms. Calhoun.