GOGGINS: I'm filled with pride. I'm proud not for me personally but for what this company was able to do -- service a master of the narrative form. It's one thing to have a show coming from a showrunner's imagination. But for Graham and the writers and the actors, we were all trying to live up to the standards of Elmore Leonard. And until the final episode, all of us were collectively holding our breaths to see if we could pull it off. For better or worse, I think we did. It's not easy to walk in the footsteps of giants, but Graham did it.