Raylan looks equal parts embarrassed that he opened himself up to Arlo and happy that he has leave to try to make him rot in this jail, and as he gets ready to go, he says he's going to go see Hunter next and see if maybe he'll take the deal. And you know, as much as Raylan may have hated doing it, it's telling that he went to Arlo first. In the context of being such a great poker player that he could kill a man half his age without him seeing it coming, Arlo is noticeably disturbed by Raylan's plan, and Raylan, his time with Jackie looking more and more well-spent, picks up on it, saying that as long as he's known Arlo, he's seen that whenever he gets bad news, he has "a face like a statue." On his way out, presumably referring to the Tonin situation, Raylan tells Arlo that he's going to die in the jail, and soon -- and he's going to be glad when he gets the news. He leaves -- and then, as we watch Arlo get walked back to his cell, he looks just as stone-faced as he did a couple minutes earlier. Whether that means he'll reconsider his course of action, though, will have to wait until next week. See you then!
John Ramos is a writer and film producer living in Los Angeles. His new film, a documentary on online privacy and the sale of personal data called Terms And Conditions May Apply, recently premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival in January. You can get news on it from the film's Twitter account. Also, you can email John at email@example.com, follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/couchbaron, or check out his blog, "Pull Up A Chair," which he'd just love for you to stop by.