Okay, now the music truly sounds like it's coming from an episode of The A-Team. It's that synthesized orchestra thing with a driving percussion beat. Mal storms out of the house as Rance zooms off in the hovercar. He confronts a man on horseback outside. There's even a cheesy action shot of Mal rolling to avoid getting shot by the man. Then Mal shoots the guy, grabs the horse he falls off of, and goes racing after Rance. I guess hovercrafts are built for looking fancy, but not for going so fast. The horse catches up relatively easily. Rance shoots at Mal, but after a few shots, the batteries run out. There's even a "check battery" warning light on the side of the gun. Goofy, but heh. Mal is able to jump onto the hovercar and push Rance off, knocking them both on the ground. Surprisingly, there are no fisticuffs, which I always expect here. Instead Mal just grabs Rance, puts a gun to his head, and tells him he's going to pay for what he's done. Rance insists that Nandi (or possibly Petaline) was "just a whore." Mal sneers and cold-cocks Rance into unconsciousness.
Mal returns Rance back to the house. He, along with all the other surviving misogynists, are lined up on their knees in front of the house, though this does not mean they will be faced with some sort of "ironic" punishment for their treatment of women or anything. Rance is unrepentant to the point of delusion, and continues to order Petaline to bring his son out to him. Petaline comes out of the house, the baby swaddled in clothes. She introduces the baby to Rance as "Jonah." She says, "Jonah, say hi to your daddy." Then she pulls out a gun and shoots Rance right in the head. Thump. "Say goodbye to your daddy, Jonah." Awwww baby's first permanent psychological scar. Petaline orders the other men to go home. Then she points her gun at the traitor whore and insists that she go with them. I guess inexplicably figuring out which whores have done you wrong is one of those "new mom" skills.