Sensing his moment to not only be free of Quarles, but also to take a step up the ladder in the Tonin crime family, Wynn Duffy Jere Burns strikes a deal with Tonin — and later Boyd Crowder Walton Goggins — to see Quarles to his end. Elsewhere, Boyd arrives in prison for assaulting Raylan, and he stares down a shocked Dickie as he is taken to his cell. Great Job of Customer Service. Though it would mean his instant death, he hardly seems to care anymore; the only drawback is that it would deprive him of the opportunity of killing Boyd and Raylan as well. Arlo confesses to his crimes and confesses to the crimes Boyd is accused of which sets Boyd free. Raylan soon figures out the same thing, and confronts Limehouse, who then tells him that the money is with Loretta McCready, the girl who had been taken in by Mags after the murder of her father. Walton Goggins is also amazing in it, but after his unbeatable performance as Shayne in The Shield, and then seeing him playing a transvestite in Sons of Anarchy and hating every second of it not because of the transvestite - I'm not prejudiced by any means - I just hated his performance I felt Walton's acting in Justified has a similar feel to the transvestite performance.
Its main character is , a deputy. Raylan later arrives on the scene to try to get information out of him, but the mine explodes under Tanner before he could get anything. Limehouse reveals to his associates that he was lying to Dickie about the status of the Bennett fortune, and that he has a woman on his payroll who has a connection to one of Quarles' underlings. And the show could've brought in to write-off button men to finish him off, but they went with Michael Ironside. However, Johnny sets him up and Devil walks into a deadly trap set by Boyd. Dixie Mafia associate Emmitt Arnett Steven Flynn is paid a visit by Detroit enforcer Quarles , who demands repayment for a failed real estate investment. Raylan then goes to Audrey's to look for Quarles, but finds the two prostitutes and Boyd's man Jimmy tied up.
The small town of often doubles for. He accepts his mistake and offers his life to Limehouse, who refuses to let him off that easy, and tells his henchman that he will be right on the front line to watch what he started. To tell you the truth I feel a little bad about taking advantage of you. Duffy is furious because he wants to collect Theo Tonin's reward for Quarles. Meanwhile, Boyd fights to regain part of his family's empire, but his methods could rip his crew apart. Quarles uses the hostages to get Raylan to take him up to Limehouse in order to get the money. He gives Errol the money to give to his mother before it arms itself.
Raylan and Art attempt to track down Quarles by going through the assassins Tonin sent down to Kentucky. But as 'Measures' goes on, it is clear the increasingly bizarre customer that is Robert Quarles Neal McDonough is not exactly an easy read. Elsewhere, Ava goes against Johnny Crowder's wishes when she kills an abusive pimp who was paying Boyd Crowder protection money, but tells a curious Boyd that she is considering taking on his position. Arnett sends Fletcher Nix to come up with some money to pay back the Detroit mob by robbing a wealthy man of his watches. Season three also shrewdly extends the storyline that not only anchored the previous season but boosted the series' popularity by retaining Dickie Bennett Emmy winner Jeremy Davies , sole survivor of the murderous, drug-dealing clan that served as Givens's primary antagonists in season two; here, Dickie provides the pathway to season three's twin engines of mayhem, money launderer Limehouse Mykelti Williamson , who holds the Bennett family fortune, and Quarles Neal McDonough , a psychotic Detroit mob enforcer who upends the Dixie Mafia upon his arrival in the show's Harlan, Kentucky, setting. Unbeknownst to Quarles, Boyd has intimidated Sheriff Napier into turning on him.
Limehouse is lying in wait and kills Dickie's captors, giving Dickie what he says is left of the fortune. Wynn denies involvement but then calls Arnett to warn him that Raylan is coming. Looking for Dickie, Raylan reaches out to Limehouse and Boyd, the latter to whom he relates a story of when a younger Arlo was knocked out by Limehouse after trying to hurt Raylan's mother. After Dewey robs a series of odd locations with varying success, Raylan tracks him down to a convenience store, where he helps the frightened Crowe realize that he still has his kidneys. An annoyed Limehouse knocks Arlo out and delivers the old man to Boyd. The series is set in the city of , and the hill country of , specifically in and around.
Season three of Justified continues its tradition of upholding the principles of author Elmore Leonard, who created the character of Raylan Givens, and whose taut, detailed examinations of lives on both sides of the criminal fence receive some of their best screen depictions in the series. Arnett's female secretary, secretly in league with Quarles, warms up to Raylan and reveals Arnett is arranging a meeting that night with Nix. Dickie gets out of prison and sets his eyes back on his money. He explains Tanner's involvement with Quarles and the blowing up of Sheriff Napier's car, which leads Raylan to deduce that Tanner was the one who got away from the mobile Oxy clinic. Season 3, Episode 2 January 24, 2012 Season 3, Episode 2 January 24, 2012 The murder of a fellow marshal throws Raylan together with a former female colleague, and Art leaves the office to track down another angle of the case.
It says perhaps even more about the season as a whole that episodes without clear through lines and ideas have become such a conspicuous rarity. He attempts to get help from Rodney from Memphis but then finds it in Limehouse's number two, Errol, who wants to rise up on his boss. It must have been me, or something in the water, or maybe I was just not able to get it. Season 3, Episode 3 January 31, 2012 Season 3, Episode 3 January 31, 2012 Raylan goes after a tyrannical Oxy dealer, putting him on a collision course with the new head of the Dixie Mafia. Separately, Quarles meets with Arnett and Arnett says he is waiting for his guy to show up with payment.
Timothy Olyphant, Jacob Pills, Nick Searcy make you think this world is really out there in real life. When Quarles finds out from the Detroit boss's son that Raylan has been cleared of suspicion, he loses his composure and threatens to shoot him. Casting alone makes this a treat, but the whole thing's a marvel of interweaving plot threads. Boyd reconnects with his cousin Johnny, and tries to reassure a wavering member of his crew after making a connection with Limehouse. But his problems extend beyond Harlan, as the boss in Detroit Theo Tonin is sending hired guns and Chris Tardio to deal with the Quarles problem. With this blessing, Raylan uses a judge to shut down Quarles' developing underground clinic, which causes Quarles and Duffy to smoke out Winona's ex-husband Gary.
Without his support from Detroit, and with his grip over Harlan law and crime crumbling, Quarles has turned into a strange, deranged force of pure violence straight out of a Cormac McCarthy novel. Since we are entering into the last bit of season 3, 'Measures' really serves as a way for Justified to line up all its horses at the starting gate before they take off and head for the final stretch. He is soft spoken and slow in both roles, but I much prefer him as the bad ass tough guy he was in The Shield. After a brief exchange, Dickie pulls his gun and Raylan shoots him. Special features on the season three set include nine audio commentaries by cast and crew, deleted scenes, four behind-the-scenes featurettes, and outtakes.
Limehouse agrees and attempts to play his end game to get Quarles killed and Boyd arrested by Raylan. Quarles returns fire and shoots Errol, allowing Limehouse enough time to chop off Quarles' shooting arm. Raylan accuses Quarles of killing Bergen only for Quarles to laugh and reveal Arlo killed Bergen. As Raylan tries to adjust to life without Winona, Quarles gets on his bad side when he approaches Raylan assuming he's on Boyd Crowder's payroll. They take Dickie to the old Bennett store looking for the fortune.