At first, when I saw the lady in Witness Protection I was thrown because I'd completely forgotten that they sometimes do a "case of the week" story and by sometimes I mean pretty much every single episode except for probably the first and last of a given season. That said I thought it integrated pretty well even if those bozos weren't much of a threat to anyone. It was fun to see Art bust up that hilljack - probably reminded him of his glory days.
I don't care what any of you goons say, I like Art Mullen.
But yeah, Carla Gugino? Holy shit. It sounds like Raylan is having some doubts about Winona? Maybe? I don't know. When she started cracking wise about Herman's Head I know, were I Raylan, I'd have been pretty butthurt about it.
I'm gonna say "no". At least, not if he has any say in it.
I'm also gonna say that I'm not convinced we'll see Gugino stick around. That had crossover cameo
written all over it.
But the ending with Limehouse's introduction just upped the ante on what was already going to be a kick ass season. We're definitely going to see more of Desperate Housewife Mike, too with his fancy suits and sleeve guns.
Desperate what-wives? I tend to think of him as "that guy from that short-lived Donnie-Wahlberg-plus-a-cast-of-thousands show on NBC a while back that I can never seem to remember the title of
." Which show I now see
was also a Graham Yost joint. And which I see also featured the guy playing Limehouse.
(I also see now
that Yost got his start in the industry writing for "Hey Dude", so modern-day cowboys are nothing new to him. Also: "Herman's Head".)
I like the dynamic they seem to be setting up between Limehouse on the one hand and the new look Dixie Mafia on the other.
No doubt with both Raylan and the Boyd Crowder Gang finding themselves caught in the middle of all-out Oxy war.
Fuck this show is AWESOME.
I don't care what any of you assholes think, I like "Justified".