...and then we cut to the convenience store, wherein the clerk is looking like he's not going to be at his photographic best for a good long while. He says that if he didn't know better, he'd think Lindsey set him up to take a beating, and Raylan offers, "I know what you mean." Heh. The clerk does tell Raylan, though, that Lindsey said she wanted to shoot pictures of horses at a nearby farm...
...and then we cut to Ellen May, who sounds vaguely like a farm animal herself as she wonders what she's supposed to do in Alabama. Yes, I'm sure it's culturally bereft compared to Harlan, hon. I mean, honestly, what do you do here? Given my attitude, it probably won't surprise you if I beg you to forgive me glossing over this scene; the point is, despite Ellen May's whining about Harlan being her home and whatever, Ava practically embroiders "Alabama Or Bust" onto Ellen May's shirt before handing her an envelope with a thousand dollars in cash and telling her to make something of herself. She rises and tells Ellen May that Colton will give her a ride to the bus station as soon as she's got her things together, and gets out of there before Ellen May can process everything that's happened. I don't blame you for doing so, Ava, but there probably was no need to rush on that front.
Coming out of the convenience store, Rachel offers to call in sick, but Raylan says that one of them out of the office is enough -- two would give Art a stroke. Rachel laughs at the mental picture, and then goes to her car and hands Raylan a bag, inside which he finds...well, something like this, only silver-colored. I still think he'd be better off having Rachel with him, but I'll concede that this is an acceptable substitute.
Lindsey and Randall are just getting ready to take off (looks like she was telling the truth about that farm, so maybe she thought leaving a trail might come in handy?) when Raylan pulls up. He and his new friend get out of the car and tell Randall to keep an acceptable distance, and then the three of them chat a bit until Raylan calls Lindsey out for her little phone call. Lindsey says nothing, so Raylan goes on that Randall did quite a number on the clerk. Randall grins that he didn't even sleep with Lindsey, so imagine how Raylan's going to look! Raylan, however, has Randall pegged -- he wants Lindsey to use her sexuality to take advantage of men, but then he freaks out when he thinks she might enjoy it. Randall counters that Lindsey gets off on watching him "batting cleanup," and then a most interesting thing happens -- instead of continuing their little exchange of bon mots, Raylan suddenly pulls the gun into position and shoots Randall in the gut.