Season: 3 / Episode: 8
Watching the Detectives
Date: March 6, 2012
This Television Episode plays East 34th Street performed by Dick Walker
Quarles and Duffy bring Gary back to Harlan and kill him on Winona's front lawn, putting Raylan in the crosshairs of the FBI and the Lexington homicide department. With the help of Tim and Winona, Raylan manages to clear his name and avoid prosecution. Later, he visits the house where Quarles was forced to vacate to find Duffy painting a room (where Quarles presumably killed someone). Raylan warns Duffy that Quarles is going down, and he is going to take Wynn down with him if they stay together. Elsewhere, Quarles is approached by Limehouse, who wants to make money from both sides of the Quarles/Boyd feud. Quarles rebuffs Limehouse's offer, and sets up Boyd by blowing up the current Sheriff of Harlan's car, putting him in jail and delaying Boyd's campaigning for a new Harlan Sheriff. Tanner returns to Quarles, and is threatened at first, but sent on a job that requires him to "shoot somebody in a crowded room". When Quarles finds out from the Detroit boss's son that Raylan has been cleared of suspicion, he loses his composure and threatens to shoot him. The boss's son baits Quarles to shoot him, telling him it will lead to a "short, lonely existence". Feeling cornered for the first time, Quarles shows up alone at Noble's Holler and sheepishly asks Limehouse for assistance.