Well, you know that the thing Ray fears the most is that people will get exploited, particularly children, particularly his children, so although on one level she's exaggerating the danger zone based on having seen him almost murder his own father execution-style yesterday, it is also true that if he were going to kill a kid it would probably be from the person forcing blowjobs on his children. (Tommy Wheeler, listen up.) I'm glad she got out of there okay and I think she should not be seeing him anymore and that he should get some help with understanding boundaries, but I don't know that shooting him in the head is a rational or appropriate next step.
But there's a little bit of a question there. Or at least enough of one that -- by the time he's jerked MGW off his couch and tossed him in the car, with Abby upstairs keeping Bridget away from the window just in case -- they are going somewhere and it is possibly a place from which MGW will not be returning. But the little guy's never looked so young as he does in the backseat -- confused at the severity of what's happening, but thankfully not that confused about what he did wrong -- whimpering, "Where are you taking me? I didn't mean to hurt her, Mr. Donovan, I swear I didn't! Today's my birthday, Mr. Donovan, please! It's my new birthday."
Sully, having said goodbye to his awful mother, arrives in town. Lena has a fight with her no-cat-having girlfriend and helps Avi with the Van Miller situation. Mickey meets, presumably, an aging black starlet at a spa. Ray and Avi go after the predator that sold Bunchy his house, Terry goes after Nurse Frances's possibly abusive husband, and everybody gets super weird for Bridget’s deathiversary. And hopefully MGW lives to see the inside of a therapist's office/actual home?
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps Pretty Little Liars, Ray Donovan, Mistresses, and True Blood for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, Twitter, and Facebook, as well as a regular column for Tor.com, Geek Love.