Well played, show. I thought for sure Ellie May was a goner throughout the episode. But, apparently, she isn't that big of an idiot after all. I do wonder how she figured it out. Did she noticed the change in Colton, perhaps? Or did she know there was no way Ava would take her back and that she and Boyd were lying to her? Or maybe it's a big misdirect and she was taken (maybe Cassie figured out Shelby was gaming her, and figured out they referring to Ellie May.) Curious. Either way, I wouldn't be surprised if this comes back into play.
I hope this is it for the Lindsay story-line. Not a fan over how she got away and how dumb and needy Raylan came off. I bought Raylan getting duped, but that just took it to an entire different level. Still, this episode has some redeeming moments: Rachel going along for most of it and their scenes were golden. Navi Rawat (the bartender) was kind of random for a decently known actress (at least to me), but I enjoyed her few lines. And, of course, Raylan shooting Randall after saying chickens again.
No Tim or Art was a minus, although I loved Raylan mentioning Art would probably have a stroke if both Rachel and Raylan didn't show up for work.
Weakest episode of the season so far, IMO. Hopefully, it will pick back up with the return of Arlo, some Boyd/Duffy scenes, and I believe that was Vasquez in the previews as well! Yay, Vasquez!
Edited by thuganomics85, Jan 30, 2013 @ 12:14 AM.