|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Malicious/scheming, To somebody who is dying|
|Genre||Drama, Crime, Western|
|Description||Boyd Crowder executes the judge|
|Details||Season 5, Ep. 5, "Shot All to Hell" 2 minutes into the episode|
Harlan country crime boss Boyd Crowder executes a judge in his bed. This is the speech he gives after the judge wakes up and before he shoots him. He holds a gun as he delivers this monologue.
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Boyd Crowder: [Has a gun in his hand] "You looking for this? Disposing of murder victims for money? Well, that leaves a bad taste in Christian's mouth. Small town don't run on 24-hour news cycle. A small town never forgets. Now word's gonna burn through these hills and hollers like a wildfire. The people of Harlan county, rich and poor, will marvel at your debasement and venality. They will spit venom when they speak your name. And they will take your suicide as the last act of a coward. Now your reputation is ruined, your good word worthless, but death will not be the end of your suffering. For generations, your children, and your children's children will have a mark against their name. And that will be your legacy." [Shoots him]