The second episode of "Justified" was good, but not as good as the first. After transporting Dewey Cox to prison, Raylan gets a call that two prisoners have escaped while performing in a prison bluegrass band. As is a marshal's job, he's tasked to bring the two to justice.
Lots of good banter in this one. Lots of fun moments with Raylan. While not as crackly as the pilot, the writers do seem to be getting Elmore Leonard's style down.
I don't know if it was just me, but if this was a movie, I'd say a reel was missing. I couldn't figure out how Raylan made the connection between Riverbrook and the escaped convicts. Anyone else have that issue?