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Doc's a little miffed that the Stone Witch has up and skipped town, just when he needs her most: that is, to kill her. Bobo isn’t too pleased either, as she holds the key to his salvation.
At the local diner, Wynonna solicits Waverly’s help in identifying the last remaining Revenant present at their daddy’s dying. Waverly has a hunch that the town blacksmith can match a brand this Revenant has on his face to his name.
The town blacksmith is not sure if she wants to let Dolls and Wynonna onto her land. As if the landmine she placed in the yard wasn’t enough, she’s also brandishing a red-hot poker.
The blacksmith, who happens to be a gorgeous woman and not the burly dude we were expecting, thinks the marking belongs to the Tate family, a group of cattle rustlers, stealing other folks’ animals. They were a real hoot.
While cleaning out her dead Uncle Curtis’ stuff, Waverly finds a note he penned to her. Looks like he was trying his hand at the noble art of haiku in his golden years.
Doc pays Wynonna a surprise visit, but not the kind of surprise Wynonna was looking for (wink wink). He needs her to set up a private meeting between him and Dolls.
Meanwhile, Dolls is having some withdrawal symptoms, and begs his superiors to send more of whatever potion is keeping him running at peak performance. They do not oblige.
Dolls and Doc square off, hand-to-hand, man-to-man, mustache to goatee, v-neck-to-v-neck. Dolls offers to give Doc information on Bobo del Rey in exchange for the whereabouts of the Stone Witch.
Wynonna and Dolls give a Tate descendent the drop at Tatenhill farms. And though Dolls urged Wynonna to keep this one alive to show his superiors, Wynonna just can’t help herself.
Disguised, Doc does some gumshoe work to discover just what is going on with those bones that the Stone Witch is so interested in.
Dolls and Wynonna inspect a severed hand found at the Revenant’s abode, and discover that it was going to be lunch. But for who?
Back at Tatenhill Farms, Dolls and Wynonna find a hatch leading to an underground bunker. New clubhouse!
Through some exceptional deciphering of the poem, Waverly figures out that her Uncle Curtis hid something important in the piano. Is it a baby grand piano?
Nope, just a human skull, with a note that informs Waverly she’s now the keeper of the bones. What a sweet sentiment.
Waverly takes the skull to the blacksmith, where they use it in an esoteric ritual. Which may or may not involve reenacting every Grateful Dead album cover in real life.
Mama Olive, the owner of the local diner Waverly and Wynonna were at earlier, has whisked Dolls down to her lair for some Marshall meat pie. They hand Wynonna and Dolls found earlier? Yep, it was Mama Olive's lunch.
But thanks to whatever poison is coursing through Dolls’ body, Mama Olive doesn’t want nothing to do with him. Who’d have thought cannibal Revenants could be such picky eaters.
Like so many Revenants, cannibal or not, that came before her, Mama Olive makes peace with Peacemaker. And later, Wynonna also puts down Hetty Tate, Mama Olive's Revenant daughter.
In the big city, Dolls has an inside man bring him some more of his elixir. Dolls is desperate, and his superiors are not having it. The inside man tells Dolls this will be his last delivery.
Ah, that sweet, sweet fix. But will it last, Dolls?