Adair and Paul Kinsey turn up at Katrina's place, and Adair is chagrined to discover a sign advertising Katrina's new alarm system, as if the only question isn't what took her so long. They go around back, with Paul Kinsey snagging some woman's underwear that's hanging out on the line to dry, like, they need to design clotheslines that give potential thieves electric shocks for places like Harlan. Not that, I think, that would have stopped Paul Kinsey. Paul Kinsey's about to put a rock through one of the back windows (because those aren't generally alarmed?) when Adair warns him off -- Katrina's sister is inside. Just so none of us have to ask the awkward question, Paul Kinsey blurts out that she's white, so Adair clarifies that the nubile young woman was her sorority sister at Butler. He thinks this will actually make their entry easier -- at least until she opens the door for Raylan.
As Adair seethes to Paul Kinsey that he hates "that man," the woman introduces herself as "Jackie Nevada," and I believe I've heard whispers that the name is taken from Elmore Leonard's story titled, unsurprisingly, Raylan (if you didn't know, Leonard's the one who wrote Fire In The Hole, on which this series was initially based). Raylan informs Jackie that he's got reason to believe Adair might be turning up, and he's armed, dangerous, "and an asshole." Jackie smiles that she's met him, and Raylan's three for three; she goes on that Katrina took the kids to Dollywood, and she probably has an email with her itinerary. Meanwhile, Adair whispers to Paul Kinsey that he plans to (a) get his money and (b) kill Raylan, but, as we see a glimpse of two cops appearing outside the front door, Paul Kinsey says they've got to go, and they can deal with those errands later. Out front, Raylan tells the lead cop that after he gets details on the wife and kids' location, Raylan will take Jackie home, and then notices a vanity plate on Paul Kinsey's car that reads "KY FLIXXX," just in case you were wondering exactly what kind of auteur Paul Kinsey is. (Also, he's got a Romney/Ryan AND a McCain/Palin bumper sticker, which I guess just shows another way in which porn merchants aren't like other filmmakers.)