Originally Posted by fjames
And Tim seems to be fully immersed in the character now. I've been noticing a change in his portrayal the last few episodes, maybe all season, but as of this one, he's just in there deep.
When Art asked Tim about his PTSD and Tim replied (as best I can recall): "Only when I'm in public with weapons." was my favorite line.
I thought Boyd should have been spitting some blood after loosing a tooth. Only other flaw was Drew leaving town on the coal train. If he could get out, then Raylan and Bob could have went also. I have to chalk this up to being part of a stall to give Drew and the marshall time.
I agree with philw1776. Bob's beating was tough to watch and agree it was along the lines of the Saving Private Ryan fight. Good, but the SPR will always be the standard. I love that the writers are showing that you can't judge someone by their appearance.
The put down of Ava was very dark, but I suppose very realistic coming from someone in the mob.
Does anyone else think that Boyd orchestrated some of the divide and conquer strategy. He may not have anticipated Bob being the one to take out Yolo, but he could have thought that Raylan would have. Colt taking out he sharpshooter was pretty good. My wife asked if he was going straight. My thought is that Colt suspects that the mob would kill him, Boyd and Ava when they are finished with them. Colt has a moral code and I was trying to think if he has killed anyone other than scum and criminal rivals since he appeared. He let Tim's vet friend live even though he could have fingered him for killing the dealer, if I remember correctly, and he didn't want the sharpshooter to take anyone out directly. Pretty complicated character.
I don't know how many seasons they can keep this show rolling. We just have to appreciate each one.