Posted by Seba Canel at Thursday, June 28, 2012 3 Comments
GRAHAM YOST: You know, I think it has a bunch of things: It has great performances by the three guys who got nominated for Critics’ Choice: Tim [Olyphant], Neal McDonough, and Jere Burns. Neal’s character [Quarles] went all over the place over the season, but there was something about that last episode [Laughs] with him asking, “Would you happen to have some Ibuprofen?” Jere Burns, the scene between Raylan [Olyphant] and Wynn Duffy [Burns] in the trailer when it looks like Raylan might shoot him — spectacular. And then Tim, all the stuff he did in the episode, and particularly that last scene between him and Winona [Natalie Zea], we were all proud of that. It was just a nice summation of this character, where he is and how deep the wounds go in his life. You feel for the guy. And then it had our crazy, crazy stuff — the big confrontation in the slaughterhouse and chopping off Quarles’ arm. It’s something that we get that little sort of teenage boyish giggle over. [Giggles] We chopped off his arm! It was fun to write and great to execute. There’s stuff that [episode director] Dean Parisot did in it that was just wonderful — Raylan balancing that salt shaker on the scene with Limehouse. I could go on about how brilliant we are. No. [Laughs] I enjoy watching most episodes, but that one I got a real kick out of.
Source and more: EW
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