Emmy spotlight: Timothy Olyphant’s ‘Mandalorian’ guest appearance was a perfect one-and-done

Emmy spotlight: Timothy Olyphant’s ‘Mandalorian’ guest appearance was a perfect one-and-done
Being typecast is rarely described as being a good thing. But in the case of Timothy Olyphant, whose career over the last two decades has been punctuated with multiple roles in which he’s played impossibly cool lawmen, an exception simply must be made, if for no other reason than he seems to be in on it. After portraying a reluctant sheriff on HBO’s “Deadwood” and a U.S. marshal on both FX’s “Justified” and the network’s fourth season of “Fargo,” Olyphant thrilled fans of Disney+’s “The Mandalorian” when he guest-starred in the Season 2 premiere as yet another marshal (and seemed to have a wonderful time doing it).

Like “Deadwood’s” Seth Bullock before him, Cobb Vanth is a lone lawman attempting to bring some semblance of law and order to what is essentially a lawless town. In this case, because “The Mandalorian” is a “Star Wars” series,
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