- HBO Grants Game of Thrones Epic Season 4Posted 51 days ago
- Dispute Gets Game of Thrones Actor The Tyson VS Holyfield TreatmentPosted 57 days ago
- Game of Thrones: George R. R. Martin Makes a Cameo in Season 4Posted 61 days ago
- Jon Snow & Ygritte Get Cozy In Game of Thrones Portraits!Posted 63 days ago
- Watch The Newest Game of Thrones Trailer!Posted 65 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is a Beast Waiting to be StirredPosted 66 days ago
- Game of Thrones Recap: Get Caught Up On Season 2Posted 73 days ago
- Game of Thrones Extended Season 3 Trailer Has Bears, Sex, Flaming Swords and Everything ElsePosted 80 days ago
- Game of Thrones: Shadowed Cast in New Season 3 PostersPosted 81 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is Chaotic in New Teaser from HBOPosted 101 days ago
David Meunier Will Be Back As Justified’s Most Memorable Cripple
When it was reported David Meunier would have a recurring role on NBC’s new drama Revolution, I became worried this would make it more difficult for him to return to FX’s Justified. He’s been a part of that series since the first season in a recurring capacity, but he’s also been one of my favorite characters. Thankfully, it was announced there would be nothing to worry about because Meunier would indeed be back to playing Johnny Crowder in all his wheelchaired glory on Justified. It truly is a happy day. I cannot imagine what Season 4 of Justified would look like without Meunier present in some capacity.
I’m not sure why I was so worried. When I think about it, Revolution only has a 13-episode order and Justified doesn’t air until after the New Year. That’s more than enough time for Meunier to film for both shows. And just as I expected, Meunier will be a big part of Justitied this season as he’s been signed on for 10 episodes out of 13, according to THR. When we last saw Johnny Crowder, it was revealed he betrayed Boyd and now we can look forward to seeing the fallout from the situation. Will it be cousin against cousin?
Over on Revolution, Meunier is playing Sgt. Strausser, who made his first appearance in last Monday’s episode. He didn’t make much of an impression, but there’s still time to prove his worth to the show. In fact, I will even go so far as to say the majority of the cast members need to prove their worth. We’re only two episodes in and I already find myself drawn more to the bad guys than anybody else. Giancarlo Esposito and David Lyons have the most interesting characters on the freshman show, yet they’re the antagonists. At least the trend bodes well for Meunier, who’s character works under Lyons’ Sebastian Monroe.