As we'd learned early in the episode, Vasquez wasn't satisfied with Ava's work as a criminal informant, and once Raylan informed her that she was probably going back prison, she vowed not let that happen. This show will go down as my favorite of all time. However Boon, as with Hardin, seems to form an impression out of little and than strives to have that impression become real. They were hinting a Ava going for a gun all episode and she has already killed one Crowder why not shoot another. That bugged the crap out of me. I will give Kingdom a shot though.
Namely, leave it till the end to untie all the knots it's so carefully crafted. Edited March 25, 2015 by dohe Jesus! The Jonas Brothers sucked hard though, not as bad as Bieber, but they still sucked. I want him to go down as being a dirty prosecutor. Edited March 25, 2015 by minamurray78 You have to be of a certain time and place to be familiar with that insult. But it's true, there was no trial for that, case went up in smoke, and she was about to get her release when that little troll of a prison guard made up the stabbing story.
Plain and simple, this sequence of events turns Justified on its side. I am not loving the last season of Justified as much but the Ava shooting was awesome. He seems to always get away with it somehow. Vasquez just reminded me why I have hated him since he showed up. I've thought it was too much, and Joelle Carter just can't hold up with the other actors for long periods of time. I would be okay with giving him open license to hunt hipsters.
But should we really be all that shocked? Sam20 Oh I got a lot of stories about guys like this. I was hoping Loretta's great-aunt had a similar arsenal ready for Boon, but to no avail. She was pretty cool in her short time. You just know he wouldn't handle all his money to Boyd, and certainly not after finding out about Katherine. After spending the season waffling between Raylan's prison-free path and Boyd's promise of a better life, Ava chose the side she was always on: her own. I also completely disagree about Boon.
And the look on Katherine's face as the money bags inched away from her was classic!! Gravitates towards the old westerns, learns how to draw fast and expands from that. I think the staged stabbing came before the judge made any decision about the original charges anyway, and lord knows she committed about 45 crimes inside, for which charges could certainly be pursued. Raylan lets her drive off in last night's episode because he knows he can find her again, but in the meantime he is confused about what he should do--let her get away or take her back to jail. I was waiting for an explosion while Boyd was celebrating, and again when Ava was driving off. At most, he is going to let her go and use her as bait and take down Boyd when he gets close. I can only hope Katherine is too tied up with her current predicament to pay his voice-mail any mind, and Duffy will find some way to wiggle out of this. Weakling in school and growing up probably.
I don't think he's dead but the love surely can't crawl back from this. She's too inexperienced at being a hard-boiled criminal on the run from the federal government. So I guess he just really handed over his money, just like that? He wants a calibre person to shoot, or he shoots whomever his boss tells him. I don't think he is going to kill Raylan, but he could be the guy to outdraw him. He killed a snake and left it on the floor, thus far all he has killed is old people and to show the viewer how intimidating he supposedly is, he intimidates a hipster with a silly hat? So that is who she is going to shoot.
How exactly Raylan expects to get Boyd for shit now evades me. My point though was that that is what the original prison sentence Vasquez was talking about, not the prison guard one. Raylan versus Boyd shouldn't be the distraction - that should be the main story. To control the atmosphere by seeking out confrontation is one thing. Still it is good to see Duffy finally getting his share. But then I guess that's the beauty of this show. He is creepy, it just takes a little more than a guy with a Six Shooter and a bowl cut to make me believe he is a tough guy.
How ironic that history repeated itself - outdoors this time. I totally did not expect it. I'll trade him for Choo Choo or even Sea Bass. I'm still trying to figure out whether Ava's decision to shoot Boyd was vindictive or an act of survival, but I'd wager it's a little of both. However, it's my job to examine all possible scenarios, so I must ask: What if this was all part of Boyd's plan? Ava was in prison for a murder. I was shocked by Ava's choice to shoot Boyd and take off.