Back at the bar, Colton enters in apparent answer to a summons and with Ava looking on, Boyd grimly tells Colton about Cassie's visit. Colton, however, tells them that Ellen May is dead and gone, and is convincing enough about it that Boyd supposes this could just be another grift on Cassie's part. Ava still feels like something's off about the whole thing, but Boyd -- surely not wanting to believe the worst of Colton -- has convinced himself that Cassie was fishing based on stuff Ellen May told her before Colton took care of her. He resolves to check out the garage and sends Colton to the church, instructing him to call if he finds her, and Colton is only too happy to oblige. When he's gone, Boyd assures Ava that they'll just find out what Cassie's game is and go from there, but Ava still doesn't look satisfied. Looks like someone is ready to move up the hill and leave all these trashy problems behind.
Outside, Boyd heads to his car, noting Colton sitting in his truck on his way. Colton watches Boyd take off and then promptly curses and smacks his steering wheel in frustration, unaware that Tim is watching him from his truck parked across the street. Colton doses himself with some heroin before driving off, and I'm pretty sure Tim could stick him with a moving violation for that, but he's probably got his eyes on a bigger prize.
At Audrey's, Teri tells Johnny about Cassie's little meeting with Ava. She also worries about getting in trouble, but Johnny's like, I'm scarier than Ava and also here right now, and it's hard to argue at least one of those points, so Teri nods her agreement.
Raylan is telling Shelby who Wynn is and why he went to see him (does Shelby really not know who Wynn is? Maybe he just wants to hear Raylan's perspective); Shelby notes from Raylan's tone that he doesn't think Wynn was responsible for the hit on Arlo, and Raylan confirms that, suspecting it came directly from Thompson or possibly the Crowders. At this latter guess, Hunter scoffs, so Raylan tartly asks him if he's suddenly got something to say and Hunter is like, yeah, and gets to the explanation I referenced earlier, saying that he hasn't so much forgiven Henry Crowder for raping, torturing and murdering his niece (and for those of you not here in Season 1, the girl was all of ten at the time, if I remember correctly). Raylan baits Hunter by supposing that doesn't preclude him from taking Crowder money, but Hunter spits that his feud with the Crowders isn't over, and by the way, it's based on something a bit more substantial than a dog pooping in the Givens' yard. Raylan laughs at Arlo's incorrigible nature, but Hunter goes on that Raylan's remembering it wrong and Shelby confirms that the dog part was incidental. McLaren verbally assaulted Frances, making "implications around town as to her proclivities," and in response, Arlo "saw fit to shove a pound of dog shit down his dirty mouth." He adds that even though Frances took the high road, Arlo protected her honor, and Raylan's impressed despite himself. Good thing Raylan's smart enough to know that Arlo dying wouldn't uncomplicate their relationship. Bringing it back around to the Crowders, Hunter, with some respect for Raylan's mother in his voice, says that Frances took a path he never could -- he'd put down Henry Crowder again and again, same way each time. His point is that men like them have a code they follow, so Raylan sardonically replies that maybe Hunter will get lucky and Thompson, not wanting to see Hunter die, will reveal himself. "Otherwise, you got a short ugly road once the Dixie Mafia gets a hold of you in Leoville." Hunter doesn't look thrilled, but he still keeps his mouth shut, and I hate to jump the gun, but you can hardly blame me for noting that his decision to remain silent will make more sense soon.