Possibly the best thing about the episode is that it allows some secondary characters to shine. Look forward to finally seeing Rachel (Erica Tazel) get some screen time, as well as the return of a popular character from a previous season (who is integral to the plot, instead of just being a little cameo). It's also one of the most visually impressive episodes of the entire series (handled by 'Justified' newcomer Billy Gierhart, who's previously directed episodes of "The Walking Dead" and "Sons of Anarchy").
Though Season 4 of Justified has felt a little smaller and less perfectly plotted than, say, Season 2 or even Season 3, this episode almost single-handedly makes it all worth it. The season is now tighter, the pace retroactively feels more methodical than meandering, and the storyline is set up for an intense final three episodes.
"Get Drew" premieres tonight on FX.