There's a video on the Chicago Trib site, which contains the shocking declaration that sometimes the line between good and evil blurs.
"Justified" has many things going for it, but its primary asset is Timothy Olyphant, who played Sheriff Seth Bullock in "Deadwood" and also appeared in Season 2 of "Damages." In "Justified," Olyphant plays Raylan Givens, a US Marshal who ends up back in his home state of Kentucky, where he doesn't really want to be. Yet Givens doesn't really fit in anywhere else.
There is something of the proper, repressed Bullock in Givens: Without coming out and saying so, both men communicate their disappointment at the lack of restraint and decorum they see in the world. Like the heroes of many classic Westerns, Givens is a man with a strong sense of right and wrong, and a tendency to enforce his ideas with the business end of a gun. This hat-wearing lawman isn't one of cable TV's anti-heroes; he's the hero-as-pariah, a man whose personal code makes him unable or unwilling to go with the flow.
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