Before you know it, Adair has the gun in one hand and Roz in the other as a hostage, and, apparently willing to bet Raylan won't take a shot, makes to take the Marshal down. What he doesn't see is that Bob has drawn his knife and inched along the floor, and, with no time to spare, he raises the knife -- and stabs Roz in the foot. It's not clear if this was his intention or if he was going for Adair and missed, but either way, Roz collapsing in pain has as good an effect as could have been hoped, as she pulls Adair down with her, and by the time he can recover, Raylan is on him, and it's over in a second. Well, actually, I'm not sure what Raylan's going to do about handcuffs, but that's a problem for the commercial break. Hilariously, Benny asks if they can still take Raylan up on his offer, but despite Bob's answering scoff, Raylan says yes -- if they'll tell him why they were so hot on getting the bag. Benny and Roz look at each other, but they might as well talk. I mean, she's not going anywhere fast.
When we return, we're back in front of Arlo's house, with Adair safely in the back seat of Raylan's car, and (a) I don't think Raylan has been to work in about a day and a half, and (b) did he even sleep last night, having had Adair to deal with? Maybe Adair spent some more time in the trunk, but I wonder if Raylan would risk that again. After asking Bob to hold on to a few things from Arlo's place -- given who had the place robbed, I wonder what exactly they are -- Raylan suggests they keep the whole thing to themselves, but just because Bob has a buffoonish streak doesn't mean he's an idiot, as he heatedly says he knows Raylan only called him because he was doing something that could have cost him his job. Before Bob can get worked up enough to ask Raylan to draw on him again, though, Raylan apologizes and explains he was just trying to pick up a little money to throw his unborn kid's way. Bob softens at the thought of Raylan's wonderful genes living on, and Raylan compliments Bob on stepping up. Bob bites out that all he did was stab a teenage girl in the foot, but Raylan, as close to philosophical as he gets, replies that because of that, the both of them are still alive. "And we live to see another day." With that, he gets in the car and tells Adair, "Not a word." Adair: "Not a problem... Raylan." Heh.