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Drew Thompson is now in custody of the marshals, but can Raylan get him out of Harlan before Theo Tonin and Boyd's men can get their hands on them?


Michael W. Watkins (as Michael Watkins)


Graham Yost (developed for television by), Graham Yost | 4 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Timothy Olyphant ... Raylan Givens
Nick Searcy ... Art Mullen
Joelle Carter ... Ava Crowder
Jacob Pitts ... Tim Gutterson
Erica Tazel ... Rachel Brooks
Walton Goggins ... Boyd Crowder
Jim Beaver ... Sheriff Shelby Parlow
Ron Eldard ... Colton 'Colt' Rhodes
Bobby Campo ... Yolo
Chet Grissom ... KSP Off. LaPlante
John Kapelos ... Picker
David Meunier ... Johnny Crowder
Mike O'Malley ... Nicky Augustine
Patton Oswalt ... Constable Bob Sweeney
Mel Fair ... Nelson Dunlop


Drew Thompson is now in custody of the marshals, but can Raylan get him out of Harlan before Theo Tonin and Boyd's men can get their hands on them?

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Release Date:

19 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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16 : 9
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Did You Know?


Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) explains that his perfect set of veneers were courtesy of the U.S. government when he was serving in the military. In real life, Goggins had his front teeth knocked out not once but twice in childhood. The first was when he was hit in the mouth with a baseball and was taken to the emergency room, where his teeth were shoved back in (without anesthesia). The teeth healed only to be knocked out again when he was diving and hit the bottom of the pool. See more »


Yolo: They call me "Yolo". You know what that means?
Constable Bob Sweeney: Yolo. Uh...
[Coughs a little]
Constable Bob Sweeney: "You only... you only live once."
Yolo: That's true. You only live once.
Constable Bob Sweeney: Yeah.
Yolo: And you know when I say it? When shit is about to get real. And guess what.
Constable Bob Sweeney: Sh-shit's about to get real.
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References The Wild Bunch (1969) See more »


Long Hard Times To Come
(Title Theme) (uncredited)
Written by Rench and T.O.N.E-z
Performed by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E-z
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So long, Drew
15 December 2016 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

The big season four storyline meets its end as the Marshals battle Detroit button men to sneak Drew Thompson out of Harlan alive. And it is a nail-biter, to say the least. 'Decoy' is a pressure-cooker, packing just as much tension in the conversations as it does in the action scenes. It's hard to imagine Raylan (almost) taking a backseat to the other players, but this belongs to Boyd, Nicky Augustine and Constable Bob. I was surprised when this was first broadcast to see Mike O'Malley in such a villainous role. I think he'd just been on "Glee" and he certainly wasn't a raging prick on that show.

I'd say the man of the hour is Bob, finally seeing a payoff after besting a Detroit thug, despite the savage beating ("People underestimate Bob at their peril"). The little guy turned into a real badass.

This is only the eleventh episode, and I think it shows real nerve to close out the main storyline with two episodes remaining. This alone would've made for one hell of a finale, but the writers played that close to the chest.

Fine television indeed.


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