Raylan pushing Dickie by calling him stupid was classic. It was obvious he was provoking Dickie. I thought one scene at Loretta's showed Dickie with his gun pretty much pointing at Raylan was too loose. He could have easily beat Raylan at that point so the director was pretty lax there. Why Raylan didn't kill him is also questionable. Writers must like him. I got a lot of chuckles with the dialogue throughout so I'm not sure if there weren't more one liners than some picked up on.
I always liked the Trooper, as I'm sure all others here do, and I'll be diappointed if he's dead. Quarles' description of the damage of the hollow points and the preview don't give me much hope. Just can't figure out how Quarles got a shot off with the gun hanging down. The guy was wasted.
Home Theater Man Cave: Onkyo 7.1 Klipsch LaScala Mains, Shortened LaScala Klone Center, Klipsch Academy Surrounds and Rears; Panasonic AE8000, Panasonic BDP 460, 117" DIY Screen.
Garage Man Cave: LaScala Industrial Splits; Second hand Denon Amp