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Although Raylan and Ava do seem to find some peace. He's not a good husband to Winona and sacrifices his marriage for his job. . The fact that he often crosses the line or has no problem using people to achieve an. And when Boyd confronted Ava about lying to him, he was more concerned about the true nature of her relationship with Raylan (Timothy. Part of the problem is that this is already the third story in six episodes become if Raylan's relationship with Ava screws up Vazquez's case.
And that gets back to feeling conflicted about these characters and what we want for them. I never thought it would come to that. The love of your life, the man who did everything he could do to get you guys out! For you personally, was that a fun scene to do? I imagine getting to draw down on those two would be kind of fun.
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For me it was a hard night. I imagine knowing that the end of a six-season run is right around the corner is part of that too. The whole year was bittersweet, and the last two weeks Graham came out and was there crying through everything, and that made it very difficult. It was really the end of that story as it had already been defined.
Now it has a different definition. At what point did she really finalize her plan?
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The necklace is just a sign for her that she really has to look for an opportunity and do the thing she wants. Would Ava really have shot Raylan if necessary? For all her crimes, shooting a U.
Marshal is taking it to another level. And these people, all three of them, get off a little bit on that particular adrenaline. I feel like if he pulled, she would have pulled, too.
Marshal Raylan Givens couldn't bring himself to shoot his old friend and frequent foe, no matter how much he wanted to. It was just one of many left turns in the utterly terrific "Justified" series finale, an hour that should go down in the books as one of the finest final episodes of the modern drama era — the perfect capper for a near-perfect final season, and a near-perfect show.
And yet, as satisfying as the finale was, it left fans with more than a few questions about the fate of certain characters, even with its lengthy four-year-later epilogue. Here's what I'm still wondering about "Justified," mere hours after the finale: Do you believe in miracles?
FX Whether or not you believe a thing Boyd Crowder says, you a sure do enjoy watching him say it, and b have to believe there's some element of a higher power at play here. How else to explain that Raylan gets shot in the head, but just superficially enough that his precious hat takes most the heat? Interpret these events however you wish; for my part, I'll lay my money down on "divine intervention" and walk away from the table. FX Chekov's gun goes in and out of the drawer on "Justified" like a merry-go-round, resulting in predictable but satisfying final rides for each of the show's main antagonists.
Mags Bennett poisoned her enemies with her signature "apple pie" moonshine, and so she was poisoned in turn; Bobby Quarles surprised people with a gun hidden under his sleeve, and so we were shocked when that arm was cleaved; so on and so forth. What's the significance, then, of Avery Markham dying from a gunshot to the eye? Is there signature Chekovian poetry there, as is often the "Justified" way?
Perhaps it calls back to Markham's first scene, when telling lover Katherine Hale that he would deal with a traitor by gouging out both eyes. If two eyes are the beginning, then one eye is all it takes for the end.
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What's with the hat? FX Throughout "Justified," Raylan walked the razor's edge between justifiable and unjustifiable action; he was "the angriest man" ex-wife and frequent flame Winona Hawkins had ever known. But in the end, Raylan seemingly finds some semblance of peace. He doesn't kill Boyd, no matter how much he wants to put him down.
He plays it by the books. He becomes fully worthy of the white hat he's been wearing all series long. Why, then, does his white hat die during the shootout with gunslinging looney tune Boon, only to be replaced on his head by Boon's own black cap?
As Raylan transforms from angry jerk to stubborn hero, the white hat fades, and the black hat rises.
Is it a statement that Raylan's rough exterior masks a hero's heart inside, a man no longer a Givens through and through? Or is the explanation simpler — it's just a damn cool hat? What happened with Raylan and Winona? FX Back when Winona visited Raylan earlier in the season, the two decided to get back together, just as soon as Raylan finished his work in Harlan.
Why couldn't Raylan and Winona get it together, even after Raylan turned his back on Kentucky for good? In reality, the answer's pretty obvious: There's just no living with the most stubborn man alive. Even if it isn't the perfect Raylanona fairy tale ending so many fans were hoping for, it's an authentic and honest ending — a "Justified" ending.
Can Ava stay safe? FX When last Raylan saw Ava, he was bleeding in the middle of the street, watching her drive off with his car. Four years later, they met again, this time on Ava's new turf, in her new world, with her new son: Zackariah, the secret son of Boyd Crowder.
Albus Severus Crowder has a nice ring to it, but I do appreciate Ava's tribute to her late uncle.
Given the revelations, Givens decides to let Ava stay exactly where she is; he walks away from the opportunity to turn her in. But is that it? Is that the end of the story?