Juice is trying to clean up the chain that he left behind from his previous night's folly, and Chibs sneaks up on him in the dark. Juicy tries to play it off with a goofy "You scared me, man," but Chibs takes in the chain, the broken branch and the terror on Juice's face. He goes from somberly curious to furious in the blink of an eye and lunges for Juice with a screamed "Jay-sus! What the hell are you doing? You coward!" Juice rolls over on the ground, sobbing, while Chibs sits down and tries to reign in his feelings. After a moment, he pulls Juice to his feet, then lets the boy sob on his shoulder.
So! It turns out that Clay is paying Piney a visit. After a short sequence in which Piney shakes Clay down for every weapon on his person, Clay comes in, keeping his weapon trained on Clay. The conversation goes thusly: Clay wants "more time" because things with Galindo get tricky, and when Piney snorts that means more death, Clay protests he's trying to do the right thing. Piney gets self-righteous: "The right thing for you, you mean. That's all you've ever done at the head of that table. Lead by greed." Clay asks, "If you hated me so much, why'd you sponsor me? Patch me in?" Piney bitterly says, "Because back then, you could be trusted." Hands up, all of you who believe that. Now hands up, all of you who believe that Piney's inability to accurately judge people has been a lifelong liability.