Roots grow deep in the South, especially in small towns. Except for the occasional prodigal child, people tend to stay and settle, and many times, even the ones who leave searching for something better end up back home. Blood will out and family means something, whether it’s the family you were born to or the family you made out of the friends you grew up with. In a very real sense, Justified is a show about family and family history – running from it, embracing it, making amends for it. The fourth episode of Season 3, “The Devil You Know,” builds on what we already know about Raylan and Harlan County and moves a few new pieces into place.
Oh, Justified, how much do I love you? So much that even when I spend most of an episode thinking, “Huh?” I usually end up staring at the TV in shock and awe. Well played, sirs. Well played. Read More Recap: Justified, Episode 3.02, “Cut Ties”