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So we are literally searching every outhouse, doghouse, henhouse just on the off-chance she’s here.

And Gutterson took Colt’s sunglasses.

It was something that they came up with, and we left in. I was unsure about it, but if they’ve got a passion for it, let’s do it. Those sunglasses were something that Colt always wore outside. We needed him not to wear them in the church, because we needed to see his eyes in the final scene, but they were kind of identified with him. It’s something that both these veterans would understand and that goes back to WWII and long before that, which is the taking of a souvenir, a memento. — Graham Yost

I’m writing a book set in Iraq…


We had to do those ice-breaker things where we went around in a circle and said our names, where we were born, and how old we were. Everything was whatever until we got to Jacob [Pitts] and he just said his name and looked at the next guy. Uh… okay. Then he dropped me during the trust falls. And laughed. - Joe Mazzello

We had to do those ice-breaker things where we went around in a circle and said our names, where we were born, and how old we were. Everything was whatever until we got to Jacob [Pitts] and he just said his name and looked at the next guy. Uh… okay. Then he dropped me during the trust falls. And laughed. - Joe Mazzello


Tim Gutterson in 4x10 “Get Drew”

Tim Gutterson in 4x10 “Get Drew”

Yes, call him and articulate to him my extreme displeasure, and let him know that if anything happens to Sheriff Hunter while in his custody, he will no longer be a marshal and neither will I. 

#Art’s got 99 problems and 98 of them are Raylan #1 of them is Tim’s sass

Jacob Pitts and Nick Searcy singing [x]

orcses:

Tim spends so much of his time in the Marshall’s office, particularly at his desk. Are there any Easter eggs you guys have scattered around the set?

No, other than the idea that every time I’m at that desk, I’m playing it with the thought that Raylan is essentially a fictional character and he’s Tim’s Tyler Durden. That’s essentially how I play that stuff. The whole show is just what’s happening inside of Tim’s imagination as he stares at that boring computer screen.

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GDI, Jacob.