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Justified

Main Cast

Raylan Givens

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 Played By: Timothy Olyphant

  • Abusive Parents
  • The Ace: Women love him, men fear him. He never loses his cool, and always dresses to the nines.
  • Badass
  • Car Fu: A criminal draws his gun when he sees Raylan drive up so Raylan simply drives forward and hits the guy with his car. When the guy gets up from this and still tries to shoot Raylan, Raylan reverses and hits the guy with the car again.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome
  • Cowboy Cop: This is the driving point of the series, too.
  • Determinator
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Fair Cop
  • Fearless Fool: He REALLY likes to get in way over his head. He gets his ass beaten twice for it when he gets into fistfights - the first time, he's drunk and against two bigger men, the second he takes on Coover Bennett.
  • Genre Savvy: One of the reasons he's so dangerous to the Harlan criminals. He's able to easily anticipate the goons' movements and if something slips by, he's quick to fix his mistakes.
  • The Hero
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Narrowly averted in season 3 where his various stunts come back to bite him when he is framed for Gary's murder. Throwing bullets at bad guys to send a message might be a cool thing to do but it also leaves them in possession of a bullet with your fingerprints on it.
  • Loophole Abuse: Raylan is quite willing to abuse loopholes in the law to thwart the plans of criminals.
  • Nice Hat
  • Not So Different: From Boyd.
  • Perma Stubble
  • Properly Paranoid: He survived this long by distrusting situations that seem too easy and thus being able to spot when someone is setting a trap for him.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man
  • Tranquil Fury
  • Unaccustomed as I Am to Public Speaking: Subverted. When Raylan tells Art that he is not very good at testifying in court, Art dismisses it as this trope since he knows how good Raylan is in talking himself out of trouble. It turns out that Raylan really is very bad at speaking in official settings.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: with Art, moreso in season 2.

Boyd Crowder

 Played By: Walton Goggins

"My name is Boyd Crowder. You can come after me if you want but it will be the last thing you ever do, I promise you that."

Ava Crowder

 Played By: Joelle Carter

"If I start counting down from ten, I may lose my patience at five."

  • Action Girl
  • Berserk Button: If you are a man who likes to abuse women, you better watch where she is pointing her shotgun
    • Subverted in "Slaughterhouse" when she slaps around Ellen May, showing herself to be no less violent than Ellen May's former pimp, Delroy.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She is extremely nice and polite but if you push her to her limit, she will push back with extreme prejudice
  • Broken Bird
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Distressed Damsel
  • The Dragon: To Boyd by Season 3.
  • Hypocrite: Ava has gone from someone who despised men who abuse women, to someone who abuses other women herself (i.e., becoming a madame, brutalizing Ellen May).
  • Ms. Fanservice
  • Not So Different: from Delroy.
  • Took a Level In Badass: Just prior to the series. She enters the series just after shooting her abusive husband dead at the dinner table. She takes another level when she kills Delroy to protect Ellen May.
  • You Are What You Hate: Throughout the series, Ava demonstrated contempt for men who abuse women, killing her abusive husband Bowman and shooting Delroy after he threatened to kill Ellen May. In "Slaughterhouse," however, she showed no qualms about pushing and slapping Ellen May herself.
  • You Kill It, You Bought It: She takes over the local brothel after she is forced to kill Delroy, its current pimp

Winona Hawkins

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 Played By: Natalie Zea

Art Mullen

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 Played By: Nick Searcy

Tim Gutterson

 Played By: Jacob Pitts

"I can't carry a tune. I don't know how to shoot a basketball and my handwriting is, uh, barely legible. But I don't miss."

  • Abusive Parents: At least his dad. He says that he hated the man and jokes that one of his biggest regrets is not killing him himself.
  • Badass
  • Cold Sniper
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Subtly implied that he is a mild case - looks like his job shakes him enough to drink after particularly tense standoffs, but it's not enough to make it a problem.
  • Troll: Sometimes he just likes to mess with people, especially Raylan.

Rachel Brooks

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 Played By: Erica Tazel

  • Action Girl
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "For Blood or Money".
  • Badass
  • Dead Little Sister
  • Twofer Token Minority: She has to deal with being a woman AND black in Harlan. She notes that the town people treat her with a bit of reserve.
  • Mistaken for Racist: A hilarious subversion - she tries to play the racial card when interrogating a black witness when in Florida with Raylan and the man instead blasts her for "serving the white man" and accusing her of being sent to appease a fellow black.


Givens Family and Associates

Arlo Givens

 Played By: Raymond J Barry

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  • Abusive Dad
  • Archnemesis Dad
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
  • The Consigliere: This seems to be his primary role in Boyd's new gang. He figuratively and literally knows where the bodies are buried in Harlan County.
  • Dirty Coward
  • Domestic Abuser: to his first wife, Frances. Averted with his second wife Helen since she would not hesitate to shoot him if he raised a hand to her.
  • Evil Old Folks
  • Hallucinations: In "Coalition," Arlo speaks to a hallucination of his dead wife Helen. Earlier episodes show him talking to himself, suggesting that he may have been hallucinating at the time.
  • It's All About Me
  • Hair-Trigger Temper
  • Jerkass
  • No Medication for Me: Arlo goes off his medication at several points in season three, with very unpleasant consequences.
  • Perilous Old Fool: After going off his medication, Arlo storms into Noble's Holler and demands that Limehouse bring him his wife Francis, who died years before.
    • In "Coalition," Arlo insists that he's as strong and tough as he was in his youth. After hallucinating that his dead wife Helen was chiding him for being cut out of the loop, he locks Ava in a cellar at gunpoint and runs off to prove himself.
  • Sanity Slippage: He was never the most stable of individuals but with Helen's death he stopped taking his medication and his grip on reality seems to be loosening. He forgets that certain people are dead and goes looking for them.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: His Hair-Trigger Temper is attributed to undiagnosed PTSD from his time as a soldier in the Vietnam War.
  • True Companions: With Boyd, whom he sees as a son. In "Slaughterhouse," he takes the fall for Devil's murder so that Boyd would be spared prison time.
  • Wild Card

Helen Givens

 Played By: Linda Gehringer

Crowder Family and Associates

Bo Crowder

 Played By: MC Gainey

"That there is Crowder gospel. You mark them damn words, son."

Johnny Crowder

 Played By: David Meunier

  • Anti-Villain: Somewhat. He clearly doesn't hate Raylan as the rest of his family or the Bennett's, he's loyal to Boyd and once he warns Ava to get out of town when situation between her and Bo Crowder gets too hot - it's implied he did that on his own accord.
  • Handicapped Badass
  • The Starscream

Bowman Crowder

Derek Lennox AKA Devil

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 Played By: Kevin Rankin

Dewey Crowe

 Played By: Damon Herriman

"I know you think I'm stupid, Boyd. But... (very long pause) I ain't."


Bennett Family and Associates

Mags Bennett

 Played By: Margo Martindale

"I had every intention of living a simple life."

Dickie Bennett

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 Played By: Jeremy Davies

Coover Bennett

 Played By: Brad William Henke

"Ma ain't never left me in charge..."


Doyle Bennett

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 Played By: Joseph Lyle Taylor

Tonin Family and associates

Robert Quarles

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 Played By: Neal McDonough

  • Abusive Parents / Monster Sob Story: Quarles' father pimped him out as a child to get money for heroin.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Gets killed by Limehouse by chopping off his arm.
    • It wasn't entirely clear if he died at the end of "Slaughterhouse," or was just severely injured. He was still breathing at the end of the scene in question.
  • Ax Crazy: Has gone completely off the deep end, killing drug dealers, wiping blood off his face and saying "What A Dick!!!!". Not to mention using his own Oxycontin.
  • Awesome Yet Practical: His sleeve gun gives him a big edge since it lets him outdraw most people and most people don't think to search him for a gun hidden in his sleeve.
    • Awesome Yet Impractical: The apparatus requires constant maintenance and if it malfunctions at the wrong time, it will likely get you killed.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit
  • Blatant Lies: He keeps telling people that he is unarmed.
  • Blond Guys Are Evil: Well, it IS Neal McDonough.
  • Briefcase Full of Money: He likes to deliver his bribes in those as it proves how serious he is.
  • Chained to a Bed: At the end of "Measures."
  • Cheshire Cat Grin: There is something very disturbing about the way he smiles. On the other hand if he stops smiling, you are in deep trouble.
  • Depraved Bisexual: He has a wife back home, but also enjoys abusing male hustlers. It isn't completely clear, however, what exactly he does to them, except that it's painful and occasionally leads to death. From the tone of the scenes involving Quarles and his captives, it seems to be a question left deliberately open as to whether or not he sexually abuses them. Given what happened to him as a kid it could easily be sexual, or it could simply be Quarles acting on the unimaginable amounts of rage he built up during the time when he was being pimped out by his dad for drug money.
    • In "Slaughterhouse," Duffy tells Raylan that Quarles has a thing for young boys, suggesting that Quarles' violence toward his captives had a sexual element.
    • Duffy,just like the viewer knows very little about quarles, he probably assumed that, because he saw a kid chained in the bathroom.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: While he seems to deeply respect the main boss, it is no secret that he hates the boss's son and plans on replacing him as the heir to the criminal empire.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He has a wife and children back home. Two episodes have shown him talking to his son on the phone.
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Finger Gun: When he points his finger at you it is actually a serious threat because he has a sleeve gun strapped to his arm and at any point the finger can be replaced by a real gun.
  • Freudian Excuse: Quarles' father pimped him out as a child, and he tortures male hustlers in a depraved attempt to process what happened to him.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare
  • Functional Addict: His ability to function while on drugs reaches Made of Iron levels. He consumes Oxycontin like it is candy but still remains clear headed and extremely dangerous.
  • Genre Savvy: That's what makes him dangerous, he knows when stuff will work and when it will not.
    • Wrong Genre Savvy: When he learns about Raylan's relationship with Boyd, and that his father Arlo is a criminal, Quarles immediately jumps to the conclusion that Raylan is corrupt. This reinforces the point that he doesn't fully understand the rural South or its people.
  • The Heavy: He might be in charge of operations in Kentucky and the biggest direct threat to Raylan and Boyd in season 3 but ultimately he still has to answer to his bosses in Detroit who are implied to be even more dangerous.
  • Large Ham: He can get very theatrical when trying to prove a point

 "GIMME A GODDAMN AMEN!"

  • Let's You and Him Fight: He sends a group of mooks who were becoming a liability after Raylan. Either they kill Raylan and there is one less meddlesome marshal to worry about or Raylan kills them and Quarles does not have to do it himself.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: When Limehouse severs Quarles' left arm with a meat cleaver in "Slaughterhouse," Quarles and Raylan just stare at the severed arm in amazement. He even tries to get it back!
  • Motivational Lie: He is very charismatic and really good at using false assurances to motivate people into doing his dirty work. He is not happy when Boyd calls him out on it.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Has a brief nude scene in "Guy Walks Into a Bar," as well as a shirtless scene in "Coalition."
    • Depending on your perspective, the scene in "Guy Walks into a Bar" could be Fan Disservice, given the scene's disturbing context.
  • Nothing Up My Sleeve
  • Quick Draw: He uses a sleeve gun to get the drop on people who think he is unarmed.
  • Pride
  • Psycho for Hire: Once he runs out of options he offers to trade his services as a hitman to Limehouse in exchange for protection
  • Rape as Backstory
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: While the idea to go to Kentucky was his own, his nastier habits were drawing so much heat that his bosses in Detroit probably were not sad to see him go. When he again draws the attention of the authorities his bosses don't hesitate to cut him off and leave him stranded in Kentucky with no money or support.
  • Ruthless Foreign Gangsters: Boyd refers to him as a carpetbagger in reference to the fact that he is a Northerner who came to the southern community of Harlan to make his fortune by exploiting the locals. Word of God is that the character is referred to as "The Carpetbagger" in the scripts for the third season.
  • Self-Made Orphan: When Theo learned that young Quarles was being sexually abused, he arranged for 14 year-old Quarles to kill his father.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: The man really knows how to wear a suit. Becomes even more explicit when he is in the same room as a redneck like Devil.
  • The Unfavorite: When he was orphaned he was raised by a mob boss and treated as an adopted son. He always though of himself as the favorite and he is extremely angry that he fell out of favor and the boss's real son took his spot. His main motivation seems to be to become the favorite son once again.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Quarles is quickly spiralling downward, now that the Detroit mob has cut him off and his plans for Harlan County are unravelling.
    • Toward the end of season three, Quarles has become a pathetic, desperate man, screaming into his cell phone at Theo, carjacking a family at a camp site and showing signs of Oxycontin withdraw.
  • Waistcoat of Style
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: He wants to show the mob boss who raised him that he is the best choice to take over the business.
  • You Are What You Hate: As a child, his father forced him into prostitution. As an adult, his violence toward male hustlers may represent his own self-hatred.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: He has big plans for Harlan County and he has no qualms killing any mook or pawn that is not useful in furthering those plans.

Theo Tonin

 Played By: Adam Arkin

  • The Don
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He took drastic action when he found out what Quales' father was doing and he is seriously disturbed by what Quarles does to male prostitutes.
  • Kavorka Man: He's shown lounging by the pool with a beautiful, bikini-clad woman in tow.
  • Papa Wolf: Theo was NOT amused when Quarles pointed a gun at his son Sammy. He has since put a bounty on Quarles' head and sent mooks after him.
  • Thicker Than Water: Even though he knows that Sammy is an idiot, Theo still looks out for his son's honor. He did not hesitate to put a bounty on Quarles head after Quarles pointed a gun at Theo's "real son".

Sammy Tonin

 Played By: Max Perlich

  • Conspicuous Consumption: He likes thoroughbred horses, expensive clothes, and fine food.
  • Extreme Doormat: He's surprisingly submissive when Raylan confronts him at the horse stables.
  • Grew a Spine: When Quarles points a gun at him, Sammy remains calm and assertive, warning him that his life will be lonely and short if he pulls the trigger.
  • Inadequate Inheritor: As the son of Theo Tonin, Sammy is the logical inheritor of his crime syndicate. Unfortunately, he is neither strong-willed or savvy.
  • Man Child: He's a spoiled mob prince who hides behind his crimelord father and loves to spend his father's money.
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor In Sense
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Subverted. He wears beatiful custom made suits but as Raylan lampshades he does not project the right image and the suits look like they do not fit properly.

Sarno

 Played By: Michael Ironside

  • Affably Evil: Extremely and genuinely polite even when being arrested. But you can sense that he is a ruthless assassin.
  • One-Scene Wonder: Appears for only 10 mins or so but utterly owns them.

Dixie Mafia and associates

Emmitt Arnett

 Played By: Steven Flynn

Wynn Duffy

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 Played By: Jere Burns

  • Affably Evil
  • Ax Crazy
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Dragon: To Emmett Arnett, and now seems like he will fulfill this role for Quarles now that Arnett is dead.
    • Dragon-in-Chief: He was portrayed as much more dangerous than his boss Arnett. However, when Quarles takes over Duffy seems quite tame in comparison.
    • Dragon with an Agenda: He is ambitious enough to want to take over the Dixie Mafia operations in Kentucky from his bosses but is smart enough to realize that without Detroit's approval he will never succeed.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He is rather shocked by some of Quarles' more viscerally disturbing shenanigans, though he keeps his mouth shut about it. However, in "Slaughterhouse," Duffy admits to Raylan that he was behind the anonymous tip on Brady's murder.
  • Friendly Enemy: He and Raylan get along relatively well when they're not at each other's throats. Raylan seems to regard him as the voice of reason in the Dixie Mafia, though perhaps only relative to Quarles' slide into desperation. Duffy, for his part, is properly wary of and seems to understand Raylan.
  • Genre Savvy: Not quite dangerously so, but very aware of the tropes. Specifically, he scrupulously avoids all of the pitfalls that doom Quarles (much more on these in Quarles' own entry). Perhaps most tellingly, when Boyd offers to become his 'partner' in taking down Quarles, Duffy tells Boyd the full bounty on Quarles' head, rather than, and as Boyd assumes, giving him a much lower amount so as to get a larger share.
  • Grew a Spine: For much of season three, Duffy was Quarles' reluctant henchman. Toward the end of the season, Duffy grew tired of Quarles and agreed to have him killed so as to collect Theo Tonin's bounty. He also puts his foot down about Quarles' drug use in the motorcoach office, ordering Quarles to smoke his drugs in his own vehicle.
  • Loan Shark
  • Only Sane Employee
  • Psycho for Hire
  • The Sociopath
  • Soft Spoken Sadist: For a ruthless Dixie Mafia man, he has a very unassuming voice.
  • The Starscream: He hates working for Quarles but is smart enough to wait and see how things turn out before making any move against him. Now that Theo Tonin (The Don) has offered Duffy an opportunity to move up in the Dixie mafia by bringing in Quarles (plus a cash incentive), he seems to be moving decisively against Quarles, even apparently working with Boyd Crowder.

Fletcher Nix

 Played By: Desmond Harrington

"How about we play a game?"

  • Dangerously Genre Savvy: He correctly predicts that a meeting with his boss in a secluded location might be a trap and he prepares accordingly.
  • Evil Counterpart: to Raylan. A gunslinger with a Nice Hat and old-fashioned ideas of settling things.
  • The Gunfighter Wannabe
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He likes to play a sick game with his victims but Raylan figures out his trick and turns it around on him
  • Knife Nut: His trademark weapon is an icepick and he is even nicknamed "Icepick".
  • Nice Hat: A darker, smaller version of Raylan's hat to show the Good vs Evil conflict.
  • One-Scene Wonder: Many want this character to come back and hope he didn't die from being shot by Raylan. Word of God states he isn't.
  • Psycho for Hire: When Raylan asks him that why he didnt run off with the watches and instead came back to kill raylan, he merely replies "Do I look like i know anything about watches?"
  • Villain Ball: He has no reason to go after Raylan but he has heard of Raylan's reputation and can't resist testing himself against him.

Tanner Dodd

 Played By: Brendan McCarthy

Tillman Napier

 Played By: David Andrews


Noble's Holler

Ellstin Limehouse

 Played By: Mykelti Williamson

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  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Limehouse chops off Quarles' left arm with a meat cleaver in "Slaughterhouse."
  • Briefcase Full of Money: He likes to transport large quantities of cash in coolers.
  • The Butcher
  • But for Me It Was Tuesday: He gave once gave Arlo the beating of a lifetime, but when Raylan refers to the event Limehouse does not seem to remember it.
    • Turns out, Limehouse lied. He later admits to remembering the entire incident to Raylan, and earlier alluded to it when talking with Boyd.
  • Chekhov's Meat Cleaver: And what an Act Three usage THAT turned out to be...
  • Family Business: He is just the latest of his family to act as protector of Noble's Holler.
  • Heel Face Revolving Door: There is simply no way to tell what side Limehouse is on at any given time.
  • I Gave My Word: He might actually be in the process of backstabbing you but if he made you a promise, he will keep it.
  • Knowledge Broker: He has informants all over the area and always knows what is going on. If you are a client of his unofficial bank he will share this information with you.
  • Let's You and Him Fight: He did not want to get involved in the Boyd-Quarles conflict but now that he is part of it, he will play both sides against each other to make sure that they wipe each other out.
  • An Offer You Can't Refuse: If you screw things up for him, he might give you one of these rather than having you hurt or killed.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He is quite willing to give a subordinate a second chance but if the subordinate screws up again, he will treat it as a personal betrayal and act accordingly.
  • Refuge in Audacity: His plan to take down Boyd, Quarles and Dickie Bennett all at once relies on the fact the setup is so crazy that noone will suspect it was all pre-planned. Boyd and Raylan see right through it
  • Scary Black Man: Boyd was not afraid of Bo Crowder or the Bennetts, but Limehouse is an entirely different matter. Even as a young man he was able to give Arlo a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown that neither Arlo or Raylen have forgotten.
  • Simpleton Voice: He uses a 'country bumpkin' accent when talking to outsiders. It is most noticable when he is talking to Quarles and he does not use it when talking to Boyd. When he tries to pull the routine on Raylan, Raylan tells him to knock it off.
  • Team Switzerland: His base is in a remote mountain community, he maintains neutrality in the various gang wars and acts as a banker for many of the criminals in the area. He believes that the only way for his community to survive is not to take sides in the disputes of the white gangs in the area.
  • Throwing Your Meat Cleaver Always Works: In "Measures," he hurls his meat cleaver across the room, lodging it into the wall and narrowly missing Quarles' head.

Errol

 Played By: Demetrius Grosse

  • The Dragon: To Limehouse
  • Dragon with an Agenda: He goes against Limehouse's wishes and involves Noble's Holler in the Quarles-Boyd conflict because he feels it is their time to take over crime in Harlan County
  • Scars Are Forever: He has a nasty chemical burn scar on his left hand.
  • Scary Black Man: He is Limehouse's main enforcer.
  • The Starscream: Seems at first, though he's either thwarted by circumstances or simply realizes he's not that good.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Limehouse's pork tongue, marinated in mustard seeds, cider, and a little vinegar. Limehouse reminisced about Errol's father bringing him pork tongue after slaughterings pigs when Errol was a little boy.


Other Characters

Gary Hawkins

 Played By: William Ragsdale

Hunter Mosley

 Played By: Brent Sexton

Loretta McCready

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 Played By: Kaitlyn Dever

Carol Johnson

 Played By: Rebecca Creskoff

  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: how most of the people in Harlan County see her
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Out-Gambitted: She really should not have tried to use Boyd Crowder against the Bennetts when she did not even realize what the real stakes were
  • Punch Clock Villain: She has no ill will towards the residents of Harlan County but it is her job to make sure that the mining company gets the land it needs to start a new mine. She does not think it her concern that the mine will pollute the area and that an activist died documenting this. When all the deals are closed she will simply go where the company sends her and do it all over again.

Judge Mike Reardon

 Played By: Stephen Root

Dan Grant

 Played By: Matt Craven

Ellen May

 Played By: Abby Miller

  • Ascended Extra
  • Broken Bird
  • Man Child: A female version. Her relationship with Delroy often resembled that of an abusive father and child.
  • Hooker with a Heart of Gold
  • Trauma Conga Line: She ended up in prostitution, gets beaten up and threatened with death by her pimp Delroy, watches her friends Trixie and Krystal die violent deaths, and now endures violence from her current pimp/madame, Ava. Ellen May has endured a LOT of suffering.

Delroy

 Played By: William Mapother

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Donovan

 Played By: Marshall Allman

  • Bound and Gagged: He ends up like this in Quarles' bathroom the end of "Guy Walks into a Bar."
  • It's Personal
  • Revenge: In "Guy Walks into a Bar," he intends to murder Quarles for abducting and killing his friend Brady. Things don't go exactly as he planned.
  • Say It: He demands that Quarles admit to killing Brady. Quarles denies it, insisting that he set Brady "free."
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After Raylan and Art rescue him from Quarles' bathroom, we never hear about him again. Did he tell law enforcement about Quarles' depravity? Was he too afraid to talk? We never learn what became of him.

Shelby

 Played By: Jim Beaver

Tom Bergen

 Played By: Peter Murnik

  • Jurisdiction Friction: Averted, despite being a State Trooper, he has no problem working alongside Raylan and tends to be quite helpful.
  • Mauve Shirt: Shot dead by Arlo near the end of season 3.
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