Oh my, how much I have missed this show.
Besides Patton Oswalt, I could tell Billy the Preacher was the kid from Jurassic Park,
Thanks for pointing that out, I totally missed that. I don't think that Boyd needs to worry about preacher boy very much--judging from his family history a snake will take him out. Even if that doesn't happen, he doesn't seem much of a threat to Boyd. I do expect that the snakes will figure unpleasantly in someone's future this season.
Can Ellen May get any dumber? She's smart enough to remember getting hit by Ava, though.
The fugitive of the week was an interesting foil to Raylan--I was almost sorry to see him go.
Mr. EB hasn't watched this show since S1 so when he watched tonight's episode with me, he said, "Wait, they have gravestones in the front yard?" Funny how I just take that for granted. Duh, of course they just bury people in the front yard!
I got a sense of foreboding when I saw Constable Bob standing in the family graveyard, but that may have been due to the fact that I never expected him to survive the episode.
Boyd needs to be more precise in his directions. After seeing all of the threats with the dynamite,of course his new sidekick assumed that he wanted the guy shot. I guess that puts the kabosh on any idea that the old army buddy is an undercover cop now...
Arlo's senility seems very inconsistent to me... Last season, he almost forgot who Raylan was, at times, but this season, he remembers enough of a 30-40 year old crime to figure out that the other prisoner needs to be taken out? Wonder if the prison authorities will put him in solitary now? He didn't make any effort to get rid of the blood on his hands. I did like the fact that the prisoner he murdered gasped out "Why?" as he was dying, as that somehow seemed like something someone would actually say. I imagine that many people who are murdered, even violent criminals, just can't believe that someone would actually kill them.