...and then we cut to outside, where Bob is saying he knows everyone thinks being a constable is a joke, and it's like the show knows his prattle works better as background noise, because while he's talking, we get a close-up of the bag, which reads "Correspondence Diplomatica." That seems mixed-up in terms of the languages involved, but regardless of whether a PA screwed up using Google Translate or not, it seems like a clear indication of the thing's importance even without benefit of seeing the opening splat. Bob goes on about how people can underestimate him at their peril, which makes me wonder if he's planning on going on a competitive reality show anytime soon, and Raylan's response makes the early dynamic look pretty clearly like he's got reasonable affection for Bob, although he reserves the right to secretly laugh at him at his discretion. Bob concludes by saying he's always at Raylan's disposal -- he's got a "go-bag" ready for the occasion -- and then swaggers back to his car while Raylan opens up the trunk, tosses the bag back there, and tells Adair, whose mood does not look improved by his stint in the dark, that he's got to make one more stop. "Stay quiet, I'll let you back up front." Hey, Raylan's kid, make a note -- you might want to behave yourself on road trips with Dad. Meanwhile, from a car a ways off, Benny and Roz observe everything that's happened.
Ava has shown up to Ellen May's trailer for some damage control, and Ellen May explains that "Arnold" is a furry. Wait, she knew that? Now I'm kind of fascinated to see if they can make her any dumber. She goes on that Arnold usually dresses as a bunny and that the bear suit was a good costume, and as much as her backwoodsness annoys me, it does mean I'll have to grant her that one. She wonders if he'll press charges, but Ava says as a "judge executive," he's not really going to be in position to for image reasons. However, she wonders what the hell Ellen May was doing with a gun at work, and when Ellen May says she's been hit, Ava says if a man does that to her, to tell her and she'll take care of it. Ellen May thinks she's being sly when she counters that it's not just clients who hit, but Ava's like, I killed a man for you, so maybe consider that my well-deserved payment? Ellen May gets more general when she says she just feels scared and low, so Ava sits with her and reminds her that's why she told her to get off meth, and coke too. "You can't do the jittery stuff, Ellen May!" After today, I reckon Arnold's no fan of her on the "mellow" stuff either. Ellen May nods despondently, and Ava tells her there will have to be consequences for what she's done, although she'll have to confer with Boyd to figure out what they are. She then offhandedly picks up the bill and notes the church's name before telling Ellen May that whatever happens, she can't have a gun at work. Ellen May sincerely says she knows, so Ava leaves her to once again contemplate the bill in her hands. It's true it's not real, hon, but for shooting up a client, you're lucky to get even that.