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I simply just dumb lucked my way into this. Really I did. Sure beats real work!
I was listening in my car one May day and heard the man say, "Wanna get your foot in the door of broadcasting?" To which I answered "YES!" CCR was looking for a board op then and the rest, well got me to this point today.
So, I'm just livin' the "Johnny Fever Dream," so to speak. Plus, in the times we're in, I'm just happy to be playin' tunes and getting a check!
Well... so much for the Drew/Shelby saga being wrapped up last night. I am glad that Limehouse is back. Bad thing is it looks like this will play out for the rest of the season, 3 more episodes.
The Crook With The Bloody Butcher Knife Is Back
By Jeff Baker, The Oregonian The Oregonian
Ten bizarre moments in “Get Drew,” a twisty, action-packed, now-we’re-talkin’ episode of “Justified”:
1. Shelby/Drew gives Ellen May, queen of the dim-bulb hookers, some money and leaves her, presumably forever. But wait! As he drives away, he sees a stray dog on the side of the road and it reminds him of her. Scruffy, lost, stupid ... yep, that’s Ellen May, all right. If this guy Shelby/Drew is such a master criminal, why is he risking his freedom for such an idiot.
2. Chief deputy Art Mullen shows up at a roadblock and sings the praises of Shelby/Drew. “This guy is awesome!” the lawman gushes about the crook, not realizing the awesome guy in question has a crush on Ellen May.
3. At the same roadblock, Rachel Brooks, another U.S. Marshal, tells Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) that she has the same pair of underwear as Ellen May.
4. It turns out there’s a character that’s more of a moron than Ellen May. His name is Mike, and we’ve seen him around for a couple of years. He’s Wynn Duffy’s henchman and motor home driver, and he wears a robe when he hands Wynn the phone in the middle of the night. (Wynn is wearing a sleep mask.) The robe isn’t what makes Mike stupid, though, and neither is the stupid look he always wears. When Wynn asks Mike if he has a passport, Mike asks if he needs a passport to get to Harlan County, Kentucky. You’re beautiful, Mike. Don’t ever change.
5. Limehouse is back, up to his old tricks and wiping pig’s blood on his shirtsleeve with a butcherin’ knife! This is great, great news for viewers, who get to listen to lots of whisperin’, menacin’ dialogue. What’s bizarre about his return is how everybody trusts him. Shelby/Drew, Ellen May, Ava, Boyd -- everybody hands him bags of money and expects him to live up to his side of the deal. Hey, that ain’t the way they do it in Noble’s Holler. Suckers.
6. Boyd and Colt try to torture a guy using a cordless drill but the battery is dead and he talks before they can find a new one.
7. Shelby/Drew tells Boyd and Ava that he broke both legs when he jumped out of a plane all those years ago because he was carrying too much cocaine. Shelby/Drew went on to fill in some of the backstory about Boyd’s daddy and Raylan’s and the drug trade, but Boyd and Ava don’t pay much attention, and neither should you. Who cares?
8. Ellen May spit in Ava’s face. It was a big, nasty loogie that looked real. According to showrunner Graham Yost, it was.
9. Shelby/Drew told Raylan that Ellen May was at Noble’s Holler as Limehouse’s prisoner, and Raylan didn’t seem to care that a damsel was in distress.
10. Now that the Marshals have Shelby/Drew, they have to get him out of