Wes is apologizing to Katie for his mess of a place, but she doesn't care. He asks her why she didn't go to grief counseling. She's not into group therapy; she sees her own therapist. He wants to ask her something, but then says it's none of his business and isn't appropriate, so she of course has to know what he was going to ask. He says he knows Ellen thinks Frobisher had something to do with David's death; does Katie thinks that? She says she knows he did. He asks why not go to the police, and she says Frobisher has the police in his pocket. Wes asks Katie if she believes Ellen's whole conspiracy theory, then, and she says it's not just a theory. She goes on that when Patty took on Frobisher's case, she got all his old records. Wes plays dumb: "The shareholder thing?" Katie says yeah, and then says that Frobisher uses this private security firm that employs off-duty officers. Wes asks if she thinks one of them did it, and she says she doesn't want to talk about this anymore. He apologizes, and then thoughtfully says Ellen thinks about it all the time and he worries about her. Katie says she understands. Wes snaps out of his fake Ellen daze and asks what kind of food Katie wants. She asks him why he called her when it's obvious that he's not into her, but that he wants to be with Ellen. He doesn't say anything.
Finn gets into an SUV, turns it on, and reads Darrell Hammond's latitude, which says, "9'18'2." He writes down: "9 Idaho" and then we don't see the rest of what he writes. Then it switches to another sheet of paper that says "Grey Escalade Hybrid KNQ..." and the rest of a license plate number that we also can't see. It's Tom, hiding, spying on Finn, getting the information on the SUV he just sat in for two minutes.
A loud knocking on Wes's door. He looks through the peep hole and then opens it. He just stands there puzzled for a minute, then says, "Hey." Ellen walks in. He asks if everything's okay, and she says everything's fine. She says that Katie said she called off their date. He says, "Yeah." And then she starts making out with him as very ominous piano music plays. They start undressing each other and I have to admit to actually cringing when he undresses her because she is such a skeleton. She looked so much better than this last season. And then he sort of roughly throws her down on the bed, and I honestly fear that she might break in half. Poor Timothy Olyphant having to do that to such a little rail. I wouldn't want to be the actor who broke an anorexic.