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Justified 6 Seasons 2012

Season 3
4.9 out of 5 stars (112) IMDb 8.6/10

All 13 episodes from the third season of the American crime drama starring Timothy Olyphant as US Marshal Raylan Givens. In this season, though Raylan is still recovering from a gunshot injury, he refuses to sit behind his desk and becomes active in a murder case.

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Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy

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1. The Gunfighter

Nursing his wounds following Mags Bennett's death, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) aims to find the cash and drugs that went missing in the wake of the Bennett family's demise. And as Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) looks to sell what he salvaged from the crime family's marijuana farm, he hatches a plan to take revenge against the imprisoned Dickie Bennett.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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2. Cut Ties

As he works to subvert Boyd Crowder's (Walton Goggins) plan to avenge the shooting of his sister-in-law, a still recuperating Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) is reunited with an old boss in the investigation of the murder of a U.S. Marshal who supervised clients of the Federal Witness Protection Program.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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3. Harlan Roulette

As Boyd (Walton Goggins) sets out to consolidate his control over crime in Harlan County with the cash Mags Bennett left behind, he runs headlong into a big city criminal organization bent on the same goal. With Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) in the Detroit mob's crosshairs, a pair of guards look to use Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) to get access to his family's ill-gotten gains.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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4. The Devil You Know

An ingenious prison break sends Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) in search of the millions his late mother left behind. Meanwhile, as Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) and Rachel (Erica Tazel) set their sights on intercepting the Bennett family's cash, a Detroit crime boss undermines Boyd (Walton Goggins) by luring a henchman away.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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5. Thick as Mud

As Boyd (Walton Goggins) pushes back against a big city mobster's attempt to take over Harlan County, Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) uncovers a gruesome human organ sales scheme as he looks to stop Dewey Crowe's (Damon Harriman) desperate crime spree.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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6. When the Guns Come Out

As the robbery and triple homicide at a Crowder-owned drug clinic places Boyd (Walton Goggins) on a collision course with his greedy rivals, the investigation leads Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) into a potentially deadly trap. When Winona (Natalie Zea) disappears, Raylan suspects her of stealing money from the evidence locker to finance her escape.

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7. The Man Behind the Curtain

As his efforts to wrest control of crime in Harlan from the Crowder clan shift into high gear, mob boss Robert Quarles (guest star Neal McDonough) looks to bribe his way into power as he reaches back into Raylan's (Timothy Olyphant) past for someone to stop his investigation.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 39 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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8. Watching the Detectives

Winona's (Natalie Zea) estranged husband becomes a pawn in a deadly attempt to discredit Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) by framing him for murder and making him the target of an FBI investigation into corruption in the U.S. Marshals office. Meanwhile, Ellstin Limehouse (guest star Mykelti Williamson) becomes a sought after ally in the battle for control of Harlan County.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: 1 January 2012
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9. Loose Ends

As Boyd (Walton Goggins) looks to avoid being framed for the bombing of the sheriff's car, Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) turns up the pressure on a mob boss who is looking to control Harlan County. Meanwhile, a holdup gone awry places Ava (Joelle Carter) in a position to control her own criminal enterprise in Harlan.

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10. Guy Walks Into a Bar

As Boyd (Walton Goggins) looks to manipulate the sheriff's race in Harlan, Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) fights to keep Dickie Bennett behind bars. And when Robert Quarles (guest star Neal McDonough) finds his efforts to control crime in Harlan being stymied, he makes Raylan his next target.

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11. Measures

The arrival of Detroit mob hit men in Harlan forces Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) to redouble his efforts to find Robert Quarles (guest star Neal McDonough). And as Boyd (Walton Goggins) prepares for their inevitable showdown, Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) steps up his search for his family's lost millions.

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12. Coalition

As Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) tracks the murderous Robert Quarles (Neal McDonough), Boyd (Walton Goggins) launches a plan that will get rid of Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) and find the money that his late mother left behind - but is unaware that he is being drawn into a trap.

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13. Slaughterhouse

Following an ambush that has left a state trooper dead, the search for the killer draws Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) into the middle of the bloody final battle for control of crime in Harlan County.

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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 May 2014
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In Harlan County laconic Raylan Givens continues to enforce justice his unique way. He knows exactly what makes locals tick and gets on well with most of them, even the rogues. Any, though, who mistake his amiable words of warning for softness are in for a shock.

Last season's major death has left a power vacuum amongst the criminal fraternity. Boyd understandably is eager to fill the gap, but Limehouse, owner of a bar (and slaughterhouse!), proves a formidable contender. Enter "Carpetbagger" Robert Quarls, down from the North to show the ignorant hillybillies who really is boss....

Timothy Olyphant is perfect as the imperfect marshal, Walton Goggins so good as Boyd one longs for him to survive. (Scenes between the two remain a particular pleasure.) Neal McDononough chills as the blue eyed smiling newcomer, from the start determined no one will stand in his way.

Drenched in atmosphere, whilst graced with fine scripts and top notch performances, the series goes from strength to strength. Season 3 does not disappoint, its 13 episodes full of double-crosses, bloody despatches and a dramatic climax.

Bonuses include nine commentaries, a fascinating feature on how Limehouse's workplace was created, details of how a major stunt was staged. Be advised the interesting Disc 1 extra about the new season contains spoilers - it perhaps better saved for watching at the end of it all.

In short - stylish, classy, and great.
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Oct. 2014
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Timothy Olyphant is the charismatic Raylan Givens, a U.S. Marshal with a penchant for shooting bad guys.
With a fast gun, no fear, and a quick wit he deals with the "Dixie" mafia in Kentucky and habitual criminal Boyd Crowder, played by the superb Walton Goggins.
Nick Searcy plays Art Mullins his exasperated boss who has to clean up after Raylan while wearing a world weary look.
The show has themes and story lines which run through the whole series as well as individual plots.
It is brilliantly written and based on a character and books by Elmore Leonard.
Justified gets progressively better as the series develops, and in my opinion seasons 3 and 4 are the best.
This show is right up there with the very best, although be advised it is quite violent.
Magnificent entertainment.
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SEASON 2 SPOILERS BELOW!

Season 3 of Justified picks up where season 2 left off with Raylan recovering from a gunshot wound after the shoot-out at the Bennett homestead. The power vacuum which that has left amongst the Harlan County criminal fraternity becomes the principle dynamo for this season of Justified. Into this comes an unsettling arrival from Detroit, Bobby Quarles (Neal McDonagh), with new plans for the Oxy trade. The series also introduces the sinister figure of Ellstin Limehouse (Mykelti Williamson), a pig farmer and an underworld banker, the latter role which puts him in a pivotal position in Harlan county crime circles. Amidst all of this Raylan and Boyd continue their semi-amiable but lethal feud, united now also in comparable ill-intent towards Dickie Bennett.

Unfortunately even two memorable villians played by actors as fine as McDonagh and Williamson don't quite fill the absence of Margo Martindale's terrifying Mags Bennett from season 2. Still the whole ensemble does its best and produces another fine series of one of the best tv programmes currently in production in the English speaking world. It remains funny, violent, occassionally shocking and intensely literate television. It is masterful work.
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By Friarofdoom TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Jan. 2013
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As you can see Amazon have mixed up all 'Justified's reviews. This is for season 3.

Season 2 set a very high bar, not just for 'Justified' but for television in general. US Marshal Raylan Givens found himself up against a family even tougher than season 1's Crowders in the shape of the holler dwellin', moonshine swiggin' drug running Bennets. As the truly terrifying matriarch Mags Bennet Margo Martindale gave a powerhouse performance that overshadowed all else and that elevated an enjoyable series into a great one.

Her demise meant that season three needed something pretty special to even begin to come close. Did it manage it? Well in truth no. A new family was introduced with Mykelti Williamson showing a nice line in menace as the leader of a group of misfits fighting their corner. Ellstin Limehouse, a pig farmer with a neat collection of blades of all sorts and an assorted collection of supporters, was a nice addition but it just felt that the menace he presented was held in check throughout until in the end his toothy grin and thousand yard stare wasn't enough to produce the same level of fear as the mere smile of the monstrous Mags.

Not so though for Neal McDonough as the increasingly unhinged Robert Quarles. A mob employee trying to buy his way back into his boss' favour after an earlier 'misdemeanour'. By the time we find out just what that misdemeanour was we are all to aware that Quarles is as mad as a sack of hungry squirrels.
McDonough, (Having done sterling work in Desperate housewives & band of brothers) does a nice line in snappy suit wearing, mad blue eyed fruitcakes but as this series advances his character descends into the realms of cartoon madness and threatens to undermine everything around him.
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