History YMMV / Justified

8th May '17 2:19:35 PM Prometheus117
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** [[spoiler:Then, in "Trust", desperation drives her to shoot Boyd and flee with $10 million that Boyd stole from Markham, triggering an FBI manhunt and guaranteeing that she will spend decades in jail if caught.]]

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** [[spoiler:Then, in "Trust", desperation drives her to shoot Boyd and flee with $10 million that Boyd stole from Markham, triggering an FBI manhunt and guaranteeing that she will spend decades in jail if caught.]] The epilogue reveals she did get away...but it came at the cost of having to give the millions to Wynn Duffy, so in the end, one could argue if it was AllForNothing]].
11th Mar '17 2:47:10 PM nombretomado
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** Sarno, another Dixie Mafia hitman, who has the virtue of being played by treasured character actor MichaelIronside. He's badass, very affable and practical.

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** Sarno, another Dixie Mafia hitman, who has the virtue of being played by treasured character actor MichaelIronside.Creator/MichaelIronside. He's badass, very affable and practical.
21st Dec '16 7:23:47 PM DustSnitch
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** [[BadAss Jean]] [[AffablyEvil Baptiste]] was popular with fans, especially after [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome he threatens Danny Crowe for bullying Kendal]]. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he's killed off immediately after, due to Edi Gathegi not enjoying his time on the show.]].

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** [[BadAss Jean]] [[AffablyEvil Jean Baptiste]] was popular with fans, especially after [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome he threatens Danny Crowe for bullying Kendal]]. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he's killed off immediately after, due to Edi Gathegi not enjoying his time on the show.]].
2nd Oct '16 1:55:25 PM darrenr
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** Boyd Crowder. Although he murders many people over the course of the series, it could be argued that they were all criminals who deserved it in some way. In Season 6 [[spoiler: the deaths of Dewey Crowe and Boyd's loyal lieutenant Carl both come out of the blue and leave a nasty taste in the mouth but the totally unnecessary, and petulant, killing of Hagen, the innocent citizen Boyd kidnaps so he can be driven around, really crosses the line.]]
17th May '16 6:12:39 AM Billlington
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** Ava's prison storyline is particularly disliked for being dull, drama-free despite the show's best efforts, and for taking too much time from other storylines. The fact that it isolated one of the main characters from the rest of the show didn't help, either.

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** Ava's prison storyline is particularly disliked for being dull, drama-free despite the show's best efforts, tonally inconsistent with the rest of the show, and for taking too much time from other storylines. The fact that it isolated one of the main characters from the rest of the show didn't help, either.
17th May '16 4:42:34 AM Billlington
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** Ava's prison storyline is particularly disliked for being dull, drama-free despite the show's best efforts, and for taking too much time from other storylines. The fact that it isolated one of the main characters from the rest of the show didn't help, either.
4th Apr '16 8:20:39 AM amaXdear
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: A US Marshal playing a very real, potentially game of Russian Roulette with a criminal? Not funny, potentially a troubling sign that he's approaching HeWhoFightsMonsters territory. A US Marshal playing Russian Roulette with a usual cool and controlled criminal who is screaming "JESUS CHRIST! YOU'RE A COP!" at the top of his lungs? Hilarious.



** Dewey Crowe lives and breathes this trope. Every season, Dewey's hare-brained schemes and poor judgment get him into trouble.

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** Dewey Crowe lives and breathes this trope. Every season, Dewey's hare-brained schemes and poor judgment get him into trouble.
11th Feb '16 10:47:46 AM Pren
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* HilariousInHindsight: Raymond J. Barry also has a deeply troubled relationship with his son in ''Series/{{The 100}}''...because he's mostly a stand-up guy while his son is evil.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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Raymond J. Barry also has a deeply troubled relationship with his son in ''Series/{{The 100}}''...because he's mostly a stand-up guy while his son is evil.evil.
** In ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' Neal [=McDonough=] makes a wisecrack when another villain gets their hand cut off.
6th Dec '15 11:24:34 AM Pren
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* HilariousInHindsight: Raymond J. Barry also has a deeply troubled relationship with his son in ''Series/{{The 100}}''...because he's mostly a stand-up guy while his son is evil.
9th Nov '15 11:25:50 AM Pren
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* SeasonalRot: As with any show, there will be disputes as to if and when this happened. If internet reviews are anything to go by though, Season 5, with its numerous [[DroppedABridgeOnHim bridge droppings]], uneven pacing, unclear villains, and tendency towards forgetting that Raylan possesses actual human emotions, has some problems. Reviews of Season 6 have been quite positive, however.

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* SeasonalRot: As with any show, there will be disputes as to if and when this happened. If internet reviews are anything to go by though, Season 5, with its numerous [[DroppedABridgeOnHim bridge droppings]], uneven pacing, unclear villains, and tendency towards forgetting that Raylan possesses actual human emotions, has some problems. Reviews of Season 6 have been quite positive, however. It's probably notable that Elmore Leonard passed away shortly before production began on Season 5, leaving the crew unable to consult with him.
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