Lindsey climes into Randall's lap and they start making out, but Randall breaks to wonder if Lindsey liked flirting with the clerk; she tries to talk him down, and it looks like he's making a physical effort to rein himself in, so obviously his anger issues are something he can't control. And in case you weren't convinced, he suddenly rolls Lindsey off him and drives back in the direction of the convenience store, and like I said, this isn't my team, but it doesn't have to be to know that him turning down champagne and Lindsey in favor of violence means he's got more than one screw loose.
In his office, Shelby is apparently examining a criminal database and gets an update that the autopsy results for Drew Thompson have been revised and are now not a match, so his status has been changed to "at large." It's the only movement we'll get in this episode on what's probably the seasonal plot, and it's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it one at that, but it's significant.
A deputy then opens the door and leads Cassie in, and Shelby thanks her for coming. Cassie replies that she didn't have a choice -- and by the way, she looks like hell, so whatever she may have used her brother for, it seems fair to say she still cared about him. Shelby apologizes, but explains that Boyd has people out looking for her too, and he supposes it's because he fears what she may know about him. He goes on that Boyd is absent of any moral compass "that you and me might reckon by," and if he had reason to think Cassie had something on him, he'd kill her without a thought. This gets Cassie's attention, and she wonders what Boyd might suspect she knows. Shelby supposes that people who come to her for salvation might confess things, and Cassie takes the point as she says she does know secrets about Boyd. Shelby leans forward and wonders if it's anything for which he can pick Boyd up, but Cassie only details crimes we already knew she knew about -- whores, drugs, sending people out to bribe and intimidate them. And in that tone of voice, they sound bad! Cassie goes on that if that's not enough for the law to touch Boyd, she'll just have to wait for God to judge him, as will happen to them all one day. Shelby gives her a long look and then calls his deputy back in to see her out before expressing his sympathies again. She wishes for God to be with him, and I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about this character but I'm finding Lindsay Pulsipher to be more and more interesting now that she's got a vengeful motivation.