Justified 5.13 FAQ
What’s it called?
Teleplay is credited to Fred Golan & Dave Andron.
What says FX?
“Raylan has one last shot at taking down Art's would-be assassin, while cartel killers have Boyd's back against the wall.”
Does Constable Bob Sweeney return?
Sadly, no. New “Agents of SHIELD” hire Patton Oswalt sat out this season.
What about Ellstin, Ellen May or Loretta? Anybody in this finale we’ve not seen in a while?
None of those three, but yes.
Does Art announce anything?
He reveals something.
Does Rachel get to sit behind Art’s desk this week?
She gets to park her butt on it.
What’s doing with Ava?
This is a huge episode for Ava.
Does Dewey go to prison this week?
No. In fact, Dewey does not appear in this week’s episode.
Does Wendy Crowe survive this episode?
That would be telling.
Is Mary Steenbergen’s character back this week?
Yes. It looks like she’ll be a key player next season.
How does it start?
With Daryl Crowe joining sister Wendy inside the marshals’ offices to protest charging Kendall Crowe as an adult for the attempted murder of Art Mullen. “[Kendall] hears the full weight of the charges against him,” Raylan tells Daryl, “I got a feeling his story might change. We both know what happens then.”
The big news?
The Crowes do not appear in the season’s final two acts.
What else is FX not telling us?
It looks like the storylines for Raylan and Boyd will be a lot less separate during next year’s final season.
Tim Olyphant. Alicia Witt. “Oh, you don’t want to know what we did to that guy.” “Wendy. Wendy?” “Well? Don’t You??”
What’s not so good?
It saddens me to confess this is likely the series’ weakest finale to date.
How does it end, spoiler boy?
“Everything’s going to be fine,” assures Raylan.
10 p.m. Tuesday. FX.