Cut to Jonesy getting placed on the flatbed of the truck. Ben gets into the cab and starts driving while Libby sits in the back with Jonesy.
Ben passes a sign for the Cheyenne Motor Court, seventeen miles away. Then Libby hammers on the rear window. Ben stops and gets out. Jonesy is convulsing, and Libby elaborates, "He ain't gonna make it." Ben looks up to where the vultures continue to circle. Which seems unlikely, but hey. Ben gets back in the truck. I tell Johanna, "Oh, he's gonna make the birds fall out of the sky. That'll be cool." But instead, Ben fidgets and finally turns the truck, driving out onto a dirt road.
A rowboat sits on the shore. Iris and Eleanor sit on the side of the river, having a pinic. I'm surprised they didn't cut the episode so that we cut to this after Stumpy suggested that Libby and Jonesy were having a picnic. That was a perfect set-up. Oh well. Iris says that Eleanor already looks less tense, and explains that she comes to this spot when she feels "alone, troubled, confused." It's amazing we ever see her in the house, if that's true. Eleanor slowly says, "What I saw was almost like a bad dream." Iris agrees enthusiastically. Eleanor says, "You been mighty good to me and mine." She says that Iris was right; she was just tired. Eleanor suddenly says, "I'm a silly old woman," and she and Iris share a hearty guffaw at her thinking that Brother Justin was evil. Eleanor walks out toward the boat, thanking Iris for her sympathy. She cackles, "I can hardly wait to tell Brother Justin!" Iris, following Eleanor, looks concerned and asks what she means. Eleanor loads the picnic equipment into the rowboat as she giggles, "What I saw. The devil. He'll think it's a hoot!" Heh. Iris isn't so sure that Justin will find the humor in the situation, but Eleanor insists that Justin has a great sense of humor. Which he does, as we've seen, but Iris does have a point. Eleanor says, "After all the poor man's been through lately, lord knows he's --" And then Iris whacks Eleanor over the head with one of the oars. We go to a long shot as Iris hits Eleanor a few more times, just to be sure.