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Dear Lord, before we eat this meal, we ask forgiveness for our sins, especially Boyd, who blew up a black church with a rocket launcher, and afterwards, he shot his associate, Jared Hale, in the back of the head out on Tates Creek Bridge.

Let the image of Jared’s brain matter on that windshield not dampen our appetites, but may the knowledge of Boyds past sins help guide these men. May this food provide them with all the nourishment they need.

But if it does not, may they find comfort in knowing that the United States marshals service is offering $50,000 to any individual providing information that’ll put Boyd back in prison.

Cash or check. We can make it out to them or… to Jesus… whoever they want. In Your name, we pray. Amen.

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“I got a young kid here, decorated sniper in Iraq War, Army Ranger, I don’t know how many kills he had. Always lookin’ to kill somebody else. Probably got PTSD. Probably an alcoholic. Not a matter if that powder keg is gonna blow but when. I got a lady marshall here. Brought in two of the top fifteen fugitives to this office, but she’s always tryin’ to prove herself. I thought she was gonna be the one that would take this office over when I got ready to retire, but now she’s left her husband so it’s gonna be fun to monitor her emotional state over the next year, see if she can keep it together. Then I got a local boy, born in Harlan county, been investigated so many times internal affairs has got him on speed dial. Father’s in prison for murderin’ two people, including a state trooper, and his daddy killed somebody else last night in prison and I get to be the one to tell him about it!”

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I hear you’re preaching again, gathering a flock. || Just spreading the word of my calamitous fall and subsequent rebirth in the light of the Lord, Raylan.

Their final conversation in the prison will move some fans to tears. First of all, Boyd telling Raylan that he knows he never believed a word coming out of his mouth but he hopes he enjoyed it — that’s from Elmore.
Yes. Very good. That’s what Elmore said about Boyd to Walton [“I don’t believe a goddamn thing you say, but I sure do enjoy watching you say it”].