Season: 1 / Episode: 1
Fire in the Hole
Date: March 16, 2010
This Television Episode refers to Hi-De-Ho performed by Cab Calloway and His Orchestra
Before the explosion, witnesses said they heard someone should the lyrics to Cab Calloway's song, "Hi-De Hi-De Hi-De Ho!" when it was actually just, "Fire in the hole!"
After some bad publicity involving a shooting, Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is transferred to Lexington, Kentucky and under Chief Deputy Art Mullen, an old friend from the academy, he takes on the case of the murder of a young white supremacist who is linked to a church bombing. The chief suspect is Boyd Crowder, a childhood friend of Raylan's. In order to catch him, Raylan returns to his hometown of Harlan, a veritable 21st century Wild West. Boyd gives Raylan an ultimatum: leave Harlan within twenty-four hours or be killed. After a tense confrontation at an old acquaintance's house, Raylan gets the drop on Boyd and shoots him in the chest, though he survives and is hospitalized.