And then Cornaro gets fingered for being behind the Molotov cocktail, but he disappeared. Ralph is basically "Oh well," but it turns out O'Connell's sense of law and order is even more acute than his, so he says they'll keep looking for Cornaro.
Mia pops into Savino's office to assure him she had no idea her dad was coming. He waves her apology aside, since it looks like the Tumbleweed deal will happen; he's been invited to the country club with the "Mormon banker." And then Savino gets up to cinematically stand in the shadow of the Venetian blinds and offer pearls of wisdom like "Sometimes you have to take a step back to move forward."
Then Red and a helper thug kill Cornaro and Cornaro's thug, and I think that completely wipes out the Milwaukee mob.
Back at the ranch, Jack grumbles some more about the new well being dug so far away -- like just how quickly do things happen on this show? -- and he stomps off while Ralph gazes out of the window, and via flashback we see that Ralph wants to keep the tree because of its prominent place in memories involving his wife.
Ralph's got something else on his mind: Mia. He catches up with her on Freemont and asks if she'd like to have dinner with him. It's a spectacularly bad idea this, but she has to say no because at that moment D.A. Reynolds pulls up to whisk Mia away for the evening. You'd think Reynolds would want to be a little more discreet, but I guess Jack is after the same thing he is. Reynolds says he can't believe Mia's never seen the Hoover Dam, only you know that "Hoover Dam" is actually what he calls his penis.
They peel off into the night, leaving Jack there to feel sorry for himself, instead of, say, hiring a prostitute.
Daniel is a writer in Newfoundland with a wife and a daughter. Oh, who is he kidding. He'd probably ask Mia out too. Follow him on Twitter (@DanMacEachern) or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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