Over at Audrey Ballard's apartment, the landlord tells Ralph and O'Connell that Audrey recently gave notice that she was going to move out. She doesn't have much more information other than there used to be a Todd who would visit early on. The apartment reveals a couple of interesting discoveries: Audrey on the cover of Glynt magazine, some sore of cheesecake rag. Also, "You Shall Be Forgiven" is written in lipstick on her mirror. That would seem to be relevant.
Savino packs Stinson's money into a briefcase, and fake-casually says he hopes Stinson will enjoy the rest of the weekend. Stinson's enjoyment seems to hinge on one thing: "What I really want is a night with Miss Rizzo," he says. Savino is understandably not keen on pimping out the daughter of his hothead boss, but I'm sure that Moral Mobster Savino wouldn't consider this even if Mia weren't the daughter of a psychopath. Stinson figures a deal can be worked out, though: "Everybody's got a price." Yep! You know, maybe they could have at least used a different price from Indecent Proposal. He leaves, and Savino makes it clear to Red he's keen to keep Clay in the hotel to make sure he winds up losing the money he just won.
Over at the sheriff's office, the Lamb geniuses are wrapping their heads around "You shall be forgiven" and Audrey's appearance in the girlie mag. Maybe it was an obsessive fan? Dixon points out that you can order prints of any of the women you want, and of course Ralph and Jack have to give him the shocked looks over what a hound Dixon is. Ralph goes into his office, and then refuses to take a call from mayor-elect Grady because he's insisting on being a raging areshole.
O'Connell comes in with a case from a neighboring county two years ago. A go-go dancer named Jenny Lester was found strangled with "Are we not blessed." scrawled nearby. Dixon reveals that Glynt is published locally and makes "stag films" and is located in a warehouse off Boulder Highway. Like he didn't know all of that already. Come to think of it, he found it out pretty quickly. Jack and Ralph decide to head out to visit. O'Connell wants to come along, but Jack's not keen, and wants her to look into publisher's record. After the Lambs leave, Yvonne comes by with a number for Audrey's family, and it turns out her father, Noah Ballard, is a deacon. O'Connell promises to pass it on, which means she totally won't.
Over at the Savoy, Clay and his posse are heading out to a French restaurant called Girard's; Savino sees an opening when Stinson is less than secure about ordering things in French, like a young Texas oil tycoon in 1960 wouldn't have just SPOKEN LOUDER. So Savino pretends Girard is a friend, and promises a private catered meal at the Savino, which Red procures with the business end of a gun in Girard's face.