Justified Season Four Finale

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So who is gonna die tonight? Boyd? Ava? Johnny? Winona? It’s the season finale, so somebody has to go bye-bye. Raylan is the only one we can count on to survive. Tune in tonight to FX at 10 pm and find out.

Considering that Breaking Bad is currently on hiatus, Justified is easily the best damn show on television right now. Too bad they’re on different networks. Watching Raylan Givens trying to catch the elusive Heisenberg would be a helluva show.

And yes, there will be a Season Five.


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31 Responses to Justified Season Four Finale

  1. HELENK says:

    just got my latest edition of TV Guide. Raylan is listed as one of the best reasons to watch TV.
    also my all time favorite Neil Caffrey on White Collar is listed

      • HELENK says:

        love a good looking con artist. married into a family of them. would not cheat you or were not crooks but some of the stuff they did. when my husband was in boot camp, my brother-in-law and a friend of his woke the base commander up at 3AM and got my husband a three day pass.
        my other brother in law took out an ex-nun and on their first date took her to see the movie What you always wanted to know about sex and were afraid to ask.
        many times I just shook my head at the stories

    • foxyladi14 says:

      mine too Helen 🙂

  2. Mary says:

    I think it’s Johnny who dies. Oh….and that bald-headed bully who insulted Ava so badly. But I could be wrong.

    Can’t wait to find out tonight!

    • myiq2xu says:

      I got a bad feeling it’s gonna be Ava. Boyd loves her and he’s been talking about marriage and children. Plus Raylan still has feelings for her.

      OTOH they ended last week by showing pregnant Winona. Something is gonna happen tonight that involves her and the actress that plays Winona (Natalie Zea) is now a regular on FOX’s The Following. Killing her off would conveniently write her out of the script.

      • Erin says:

        I wouldnt miss the Winnoa character. In fact I haven’t missed her all season. I really dislike the way they wrote her – so whiney.

  3. HELENK says:

    Curtis Bostic concedes to former Gov. Mark Sanford in S.C. 1st Congressional District GOP runoff. http://t.co/resca3omkE

    sometimes the republicans do not need any help cutting their own throat

  4. Underwhelmed says:

    I will now bravely make a prediction that most likely will be 100% wrong.

    I think Ava and Winona both bite the big one, forcing Raylan and Boyd to team up in order to take down Theo Tonin and his crime syndicate. Given that this season was compressed into about a week, narrative time, and Raylan’s being handed a 30 day suspension, that would allow extra curricular cat and mouse revenge games to occur in season 5 without immediate interference from Art and the team. It would even allow a tandem tagfest of chasing from both sides of the line, with blurred and strained loyalties and so forth. I think it might also play into the theme raised this season about whose voice does Raylan listen to in a crunch — Helen’s or Arlo’s.

    But like I said, I’m most likely wrong. *g*

    Whatever they do, it’ll be a cracker!

  5. swanspirit says:

    This could be SO delicious! I knew Robert Redford was a fecking hypocrite

    Some of Hollywood’s wealthiest stars are battling environmentalists over a $20million plan to save their houses on Malibu’s badly named Broad Beach. Steven Spielberg, Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Goldie Hawn and Pierce Brosnan are among 108 homeowners along the 1.2-mile beach, where houses sell for up to $30million. When most of them were built in the 1970s, the owners had to walk 140 feet in the sand to reach the surf. Now, at high tide, the waves crash against an 8-foot-high emergency rock barrier. Though the stars want to spend their own money to rebuild the beach with sand dredged from the ocean floor, regulators have blocked the plan. Environmentalists prefer a “managed retreat” from the waves so the shore can revert to its natural state. Nancy Hastings of the Surfrider organization is sure the stars are committed to the environment, “But when your home is threatened, it puts things in a whole new perspective,” she told The Post’s Richard Johnson. Another eco-activist said, “They drive Priuses and have the right bumper stickers, but they care more about their houses.”

    http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/houses_come_first_1KtsuFwqzYy58Gg1atoUYL
    The natural state would be what ? sand dunes and rocks ??

    • myiq2xu says:

      A pox on both their houses. I hope the lawyers make a fortune.

      • Jadzia says:

        The lawyers repping the celebs will make a fortune, the enviro movement lawyers will not. The celebs will win, assuming they are in LA Superior Court, where the rule of law is, as far as I could tell when I practiced there, is that the richer/better-known party wins regardless of the merits of their arguments. Then you go to the 2nd Dist. Court of Appeal, which fixes LA Superior’s screw-ups but takes about a year and more, more, more lawyers fees and delays. And then when the party who was actually right “wins” the appeal, it’s back to LA Superior Court to get screwed again without even a kiss, only with a different judge the 2nd time around.

        I have a case from Malibu that has been kicking around for, I kid you not, FIVE YEARS NOW that has followed this basic trajectory. And it’s still not over (although I handed it over to somebody else after we moved and the baby was born). The California judicial system is out of control, especially where environmental regs are concerned and especially especially in the rich coastal areas like Malibu. But the rich folks will get their way in the end.

        • myiq2xu says:

          Sometimes the legal strategy is to run up the the other side’s legal bills. It’s not ethical but it happens a lot.

        • leslie says:

          Sometimes the legal strategy is to run up the the other side’s legal bills.

          That happens in nasty divorces, too . . . or so I’m told.

  6. HELENK says:

    http://www.themorlockrevolt.com/

    you have to see these liberals rewrite classic movies

  7. myiq2xu says:
  8. myiq2xu says:

    Today was much more fun than yesterday. The Giants beat LA 3-0 and the game ended 5 minutes before the final episode of Justified started.

  9. HELENK says:

    both women gone one to a safe place the other to jail.
    will they come back or will boyd and raylan find new loves?

  10. leslie says:

    Last night was my first time watching Justified…. It was a bit bloody. Are they all like that?
    With amazon prime (better than netflix imho), I can watch it all starting today, while I nurse a nasty virus.

  11. foxyladi14 says:

    Is anyone watching the new Revolution? 🙂

  12. Underwhelmed says:

    Well, I was wrong. Heee! But I was also right, because the finale rocked. I love so much that Raylan’s a bad good guy and Boyd’s a good bad guy. Those two are gold. Raylan’s take down of Nicky Augustine was epic. And pretty confronting. Worse in some ways than if he’d put the rat down himself.

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