If you missed this and you can catch it online someplace, do it! It was a fun look behind the curtain of the puppetmasters behind the Marvel Universe, from the first Iron Man up to the present with Agents of SHIELD, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, and beyond.
Shorts, interviews, and behind the scenes clips with Robert Downey Jr., Joss Whedon, Clark Gregg, and more. No shots with Stan Lee, but we get a great look at the new Captain America sequel, and a teaser for the new Amazing Spider-man sequel.
Also, Agents of SHIELD returns April 1 with new episodes.
You know, as time has gone on, this has become less of Raylan’s show as it has become his, Ava’s, and Boyd’s. It seemed like we hardly saw Raylan this week, though I will say that man is one of very few who not only can pull off a denim jacket, but make it look GOOD.
Ava has to decide between her life on the inside of a prison and her life with Boyd, which is looking farther and farther out of her reach. She tells Boyd to stop visiting, and though she pretends to make amends with Judith after being told to kill her, Judith knows better. They fight, and Ava manages to get the upper hand and do what she came there to do. Whether she gets away with it is another question altogether.
Danny, in his infinite hillbilly egomaniacal wisdom, decides to try the “21 foot rule” with Raylan. Normally, I’d say, dumbshit shoulda known better than to mess with Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens, but today, I didn’t have to. Dumbshit tripped in a hole in the yard and his knife-to-a-gunfight strategy backfired, making his knife jut up into his chin through his head when he fell and landed on it funny. Raylan was confused, and I think he even felt a little bit of sympathy for Danny in such an odd death.
Dewey, having made off with Boyd’s dope, realizes that he isn’t going to get the money for it he wants, and goes to the only person he thinks can help him: his old brother Dickie, still locked up in prison. But Dickie has other ideas, always thinking on his feet. No joke intended, but he is now in a wheelchair, and obviously can’t literally think on his feet anymore… Anyway, Dickie calls Raylan, thinking Dewey’s whereabouts might be valuable enough to get him some changes to his prison situation, but Raylan won’t bite, and is able to make some inferences about where Dewey went just based on the fact that he saw and talked to Dickie.
Wynn Duffy is concerned about his Boyd/heroin situation, and calls an old friend to help out (Mary Steenburgen). This was a brief scene, but it looks like she’ll be appearing in at least one more episode before this whole thing plays out.
Boyd, upset by Ava’s decision, decides to go after the man who put her in the position she’s in, the guard who faked his own injuries to get her bumped to another prison. He is prepared to do whatever is necessary to make the man recant, but the little weasel pulls up a line about being in love with Ava, and Boyd, for some reason, lets him go at that.
It felt like a line of bullshit to me, but Boyd seemed to buy it, or at least, decided the little prick wasn’t worth the effort in the end. I feel like that means he might be thinking about giving up on Ava too, but I hope not. She’s a tough lady, but I don’t know how long she’ll be able to hack it in prison.
Justified ran long, so I missed the call 51 took at the beginning, which led to a suit for wrongful death later on.
Dawson thinks she’s being stalked, and I still think she is, by a guy on dispatch. She had met with him and talked to him, but when he calls her cell phone and gives her a creepy message, she legitimately freaks out and files a report against him. The guy loses his job, but he shows up at the house to try to explain things to her. She believes his story, but I think he’s hung up on another girl and is replacing the loss of that girl with Dawson in an unfortunate stalker-y way.
Mouch asks Shay for dating help, but when she suggests a dating site for older people, he gets upset, as she aged him about 15 years more than he is.
Mills keeps trying to be friends with Jones, but she seems unwilling to confide in him, or anyone else. When Dawson accidentally blurts out what Jones’s father is trying to do – get her bumped from the firehouse for a desk job – Jones loses it and takes off, with Mills in close pursuit. Jones tries to drown her frustrations in sex, with Mills, who’s there, but when he turns her down, she takes off again. You could totally see that coming – Mills has been trailing after her like a puppy, even if he doesn’t mean to be, maybe it’s a candidate/newbie camaraderie thing – but it was a little cold of Jones to think she could just use him like that. Mills has been nothing but nice to her, and any fool could see it wasn’t just to get into her pants.
Casey and the chief have decided not to go along with Jones’s dad’s plan, and to let the chips fall where they may. I have a bad feeling about this, you guys.
More stuff from last week, and more from this week. Just a general onslaught of catch-ups.
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