The tooth extraction that started that episode was great.
The interaction with his father in the latest episode was alright.
For a cool customer, he sure comes from an embarassingly white trash family.
I think that makes the character seem more real, though.
Walton Goggins (playing his old friend that he shot and put in prison) is putting on quite a good performance and somewhat distinguishing himself from his role as Shane on The Shield.
I also liked Raylan posing as a homeless gardener to get the drop on that fugitive that was hiding out in the trailer park home.
I like how we're starting to get under his skin and see what drives him a little more each show.