So, as predicted, Shelby is Drew Thompson. I wished it wasn't telegraphed so much last episode; would have made the reveal much more awesome. Still, I'm hoping this will give Jim Beaver even more chances to shine. And I loved all the scenes between him, Raylan, and Hunter, because it was more scenes of former Deadwood guys just doing what they do best: being awesome actors.
So, all the Elle May stuff is in the fore-front as well. Looks like Boyd won't kill Colton or anything, but boy, is he pissed. Of course, Colton got other problems; mainly in the form of Tim. Tim telling Cassie that he wanted Colton's "eyes to be clear" when he finishes him, showed a brief side of the non-snarky, dark Tim. I can't wait to see how this plays out.
I didn't realize it, but I believe this was the first Raylan/Wynn Duffy scene of the season! Not quite as awesome as Raylan/Boyd, but those two together are golden as well. Loved how baffled Duffy was over the entire thing.
Hunter's still in trouble, right? Since Raylan said the deal is still off, that means the Dixie Mafia might still off him in prison? Harsh.
Art's one scene was hilarious. Oh, that silly marshal. I would feel bad for him, but that was pretty dumb. Rachel and Tim really are the only one Art can trust to have decent judgement. Poor Art is going to have a stroke if Raylan keeps this up.
Bob vs. Old Guys was silly, but it was worth it just for Raylan's reaction to the entire thing.
Edited by thuganomics85, Mar 6, 2013 @ 2:12 AM.