Ann pays her ex a visit. She took the time to curl her hair, too. She tearfully admits defeat. "You sent me that necklace. You brought up the past, made me a wreck," she says. "And now Sue Ellen? I know you're blackmailing her just to get to me." Ryland doesn't try to deny most of Ann's accusations, but he says the Sue Ellen thing has nothing to do with her. He blabs his whole plan to her, then cozies up to her, implying he might change his mind if she's "in the mood" for something else. He starts to unbutton her blouse. She snatches his hand away and does it herself as Ryland looks on with lip-smacking lechery. She reveals her lacy purple bra... and the tiny microphone therein. Ha! "You make a move against me, Sue Ellen, or any member of my family... you're goin' to jail." Ryland somehow does not die outright from the sheer intensity of her glare. He makes like he's going to grab the microphone, so she punches him in the face. Is it fantastic? It is Ann-tastic! As he stands there bleeding, she tosses in one last threat about the business end of her shotgun and storms off.
Frank Ashkani is at Casa de Cano. He's working on Cliff Barnes's behalf, buying both Vicente's lien on Southfork as well as his share of the methane doohickey. An insane amount of money must be involved for Vicente to give up all the methane in South American waters. Federal agents interrupt before Vicente can sign the papers.
Sue Ellen and Ann meet at the park. Ann gives Sue Ellen the recording of Ryland blabbing all his dirty plans. Sue Ellen is confused. Ann declines to explain, saying, "What's important is that you stay in the race. The good people of Texas need you." I'm a Texan and I prefer my governors to be a little better at blackmailing, thank you very much.
Bobby confronts Vicente at the FBI office. Long story short: Vicente is screwed. They have signed confessions from John Ross and J.R, as well as video of Vicente's men killing Ver-Marta. John Ross and J.R. got total immunity for their confessions, which seems kind of iffy to me, but whatever. "You never should have touched a hair on my boy's head," J.R. says. "Remember, life in prison is cheap and I'm a very rich man." Vicente's like, "Dude, you borrowed money from me." As Vicente is carted off to jail, Bobby has some parting words for J.R. He reminds his big bro that he still has a copy of the cloud drive and will use it if J.R. ever tries to cross him again. But... doesn't J.R. already have immunity for everything on there?