Rachel devises a lie about her unborn child that she hopes will break the silence between her and Joey; Phoebe reads tea leaves and predicts she will soon encounter the man of her dreams.
After a woman is murdered in her apartment, Danny and Baez turn to her daughter, Margo (Lyrica Okano), for help, but instead she complicates the investigation. Also, someone from Jamie and Eddie's past launches a smear campaign against them, and a mobster shows up in the DA's office claiming to be Anthony's long-lost brother.
Raylan’s face-off with a tyrannical Oxy dealer puts him on a collision course with the new head of the Dixie Mafia. Boyd fights to take back part of his family’s empire, but his methods threaten to tear his new crew apart.
Jamie faces official reprimand from Frank when he refuses to explain why he contests the arrest report of a fellow officer assaulted in the field, a rising rookie with allies in City Hall. Also, Danny and Baez clash when their lead suspect for the murder of a legendary comedy club owner is one of Danny's favorite standup comedians, and Eddie balks after she agrees to an undercover assignment for Anthony then learns his informant is Don Voorhees (James Le Gros), a former corrupt parole officer she and Jamie arrested.
As Boyd (Walton Goggins) and Arlo (Raymond J. Barry) negotiate a truce in their war with the Bennetts, Loretta McCready (Kaitlyn Dever) has taken her foster father’s gun and is en route back to Harlan. And as the feud between the Crowder and the Bennett crime families reaches a bloody climax, Loretta demands that Mags tell her the truth about her father’s death.
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