12 best crowd moments when rationalized

Boyd witnesses divine intervention after Raylan’s bullet lands him in the hospital, claiming the shooting saved his life. He pledged to follow a moral path ever since and eventually founded his own church in the woods. It’s actually more of a vagrant camp, and his pack consists of drifters, addicts, and hard cases. That’s trademark, as Boyd’s form of evangelism tends to involve guns and explosions. When a meth lab refused to poison Harlan, Boyd gave no thought to incinerating it.

The highlight of his ministry is in Season 1, Episode 12. Boyd attends a church service with his father, Bo Crowder (MC Gainey), who was recently released from prison. The two men have a conflict, as Bo wants to renew his criminal life, and Boyd tries to go straight and narrow. During the ceremony, Boyd testified to the congregation. Boyd’s speech is filled with hilarious creative language. After comparing himself to Saul on the way to Damascus, he said, “I came here today to tell you that the bullet hit my heart, but it hit my soul.”

With Boyd’s frenzied energy and dancing feet, the scene is like a total spiritual revival as everyone screams “Amen!” Boyd, being Boyd, uses the opportunity to send a clear message to his father. Just as Jesus drove the money-hatingers out of the temple, so must they drive out the wicked ones. He ends up with a haymaker. While looking directly at his father, Boyd called God “my true father.”

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