It’s hard to believe that after 77 out of 78 episodes, each of these people are still alive and kicking. I’m betting that’s going to change for #78, but hell, we made it this far.

And here’s all I want out of the finale. Do Elmore justice. Do Raylan, Boyd, and Ava justice. Do justice to the last six years we’ve all spent together. It’s not like that’s a tall order or anything, right? It’s not like I don’t have every confidence in the world that this crew can pull it off. 

It’s been something special from day one. It will be something special in the end.

Fire in the hole!


Hulu announced that 11/22/63, based on Stephen King’s time-travel novel about JFK’s death, will be aptly released on February 15th, Presidents Day.

The eight-hour limited event series is led by James Franco as Jake Epping an unassuming, divorced English teacher who stumbles upon a time portal that leads to 9/9/1958 and goes on a quest to try and prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy, which occurred on November 22th, 1963. His mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, his falling in love and a past, which doesn’t want to be changed.

Co-starring are Sarah Gadon, Chris Cooper, Josh DuhamelGeorge MacKay, T.R. Knight, Cherry JonesNick SearcyLucy FryLeon Rippy and Daniel Webber as Lee Harvey Oswald.

“Did you know that in the thousand years or so between antiquity and the Renaissance there was no still life painting in the West? Can you imagine? Such a natural thing, you’d think. A thousand years. No pictures of nonsubservient things all by themselves. Through all that time such things are lost to us as self-sufficient facts.”

David Searcy, from “Still Life Painting.”