Justified preview & new interviews

A new episode of Justified airs tonight at 10 pm on FX.

Starpulse has a new interview with Garret, mostly about the show.

Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt in JustifiedBecause Garret may have outdone himself with the character of Ty Walker, the former military operator turned paramilitary leader who’s already making things interesting for both Raylan and Boyd Crowder. Walker is undoubtedly a very bad man, but because of who he’s played by, we know that he’s not going to be a lightweight.

“I think he’s a force to be reckoned with, that’s for sure,” Garret said. “He’s a little off his nut. He’s not afraid of anybody but he’s not taking anyone lightly. A danger on that show – or any show – is when you have an antagonist come in and fall into the cliche of taking everyone too lightly, and we didn’t want to do that. And he doesn’t.”

Check out the rest of the article here.

There is another article with a short interview at TV Guide.

“We just liked someone who was incredibly in control and then could lose it,” executive producer Graham Yost says of Dillahunt’s character, Ty Walker, a special ops veteran who’s currently spending his days trying to buy property in Harlan and his nights hunkered down with the other members of his private contract security detail at a pizza parlor that used to be a bank.

Adds Dillahunt: “This guy is a little lost. There’s definitely something off, something loose. There’s some kind of damage. He could probably use some help rather than just jumping into creating another war zone for himself. He might enjoy his work too much. He might have a little peccadillos that really get under his skin more than they should. If I was a relative of his I’d say, ‘Get some counseling. Quit this job and go get some counseling.'”

Synopsis and teaser for tonight’s episode:

Episode 3 / Production #603 – “Noblesse Oblige” (Airs February 3, 10:00 pm e/p) – Raylan follows a trail of illegal explosives in an attempt to pin Boyd, who discovers he’s run afoul of a dangerous new player in town.
Written by Taylor Elmore & Benjamin Cavell; directed by Peter Weller.