Harold and Phillip catch up with Junior, who tells them Levi is not far behind with his murderous tribal police.
Rachel and Junior encounter some surveyors assessing land for what they say is a casino planned by the tribe’s chief. Junior remains hostile and threatens the men at gunpoint, chasing them out of the area.
The Jensens cope with news of Captain Warren’s suicide.
Mike’s widow visits Kopus, asking him to let her sell drugs with him like Mike used to. He tells her he’s out of the drug business, and she tells him she just appreciates his kindness. Kopus invites her in and they have sex. Later, he fixes her car but yells at her for thanking him and apologizing to him.
Newly appointed communications chief Liz Garvey tries to coach London Police Force Commissioner Richard Miller to improve his public profile. Liz squares off with her predecessor-turned-deputy Finn, who opposes Liz’s strategies of radical transparency in favor of carefully guarding police secrets.
It’s true, fashion can be completely unpredictable, I will give you that. I never knew that when I entered into my venture with Layla and Josh, the dating duo from Between the Sheets, that our time together would have escalated into the finale that it did. I entered into it with the thought I could help BTS turn their business around by keeping what they do AND expanding into a burgeoning market at the same time. Unfortunately, that didn’t quite work out as planned. Which is too bad.