In this season, the long brimming conflict between Raylan and Boyd Crowder finally comes to a head. Boyd is recruited to rob banks, specifically targeting a safety deposit box belonging to Avery Markham, and Raylan will stop at nothing to capture him.
With "Fate," as usual, the best stuff with Justified is often the little stuff: a stray word of dialogue, an Olyphant glance from under the shadow of that Stetson Marshall hat, Goggins' hair. Oh yes, the hair.
The greatest compliment I can pay Justified is to say that, despite the fact that it arrived at the height of the anti-hero boom, it never felt like a copycat. The drama created a vibrant, funny, tragic world of its own.
Somehow, over six seasons, the show's producers have retained the style and attitude of their source material to craft a smart, engaging modern day Western that feels classic as a John Wayne shoot 'em up and modern as the next season of True Detective.