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Wynonna welcomes Willa to the Earp family as only an Earp can: over hard liquor.
In exchange for his loyalty, Bobo has been gifted these weird, green crystals by Judge Cryderman. Is Bobo hosting a rave at his saloon?
Legendary card shark Bradley Stokes checks into his hotel room to find the last guests haven’t checked out yet. They help him unwind before the big poker game later that night.
Sadly, Mr. Stokes never makes it to the poker table, as his own poker is getting its deck cut. The dealers? Bobo’s henchwomen, the vampire twins.
Meanwhile, out on the road, Doc’s car has broken down at the border and a hardened Good Samaritan offers his help. He also offers some words of wisdom — these Doc didn’t order.
Waverly isn’t as at ease around Willa as her older sister is, especially when she has to confront the fact that for all intents and purposes they “killed” her. On paper that is.
Willa, sensing her sister’s discomfort, takes off into the night. Gone again?
Searching for the missing Stokes, Wynonna and Dolls track his smart watch to an abandoned rail yard. And if Stokes no longer has wrists, does he get to keep his smart watch?
Inside the rail yard, Dolls falls prey to the vampires’ trickery. Even a Black Badge flashes red with passion every now and then.
Enter Wynonna with a sledgehammer to break up the funny business. And break up one of the vampire twin’s face. Dolls manages to get some information from the second vampire twin before Wynonna shoots her.
The Stranger tells Doc he’s got to make a choice: he can go on drifting, or he can turn around and help Wynonna ward off an incoming evil. And just look at that sassy face, you know what he’s trying to say!
Wynonna and Waverly find their sister in the company of Whiskey Jim at Bobo’s Saloon. Willa’s well on her way to becoming a soaked-in-the-wool Earp — soaked in alcohol, that is.
It’s when Willa starts opening fire on Revenant scum inside the bar that Wynonna regrets driving her to drink.
Recognizing that she can’t go around shooting Revenants in front of a viewing public, Willa apologizes and she and Wynonna embrace. Where does this leave Waverly?
There’s no time to find out, because a squad of militants swarms the Earp residence. And by the look of those outfits, they mean serious business.
Dolls must ward them off using every trick in his playbook. And that playbook includes flipping tables and kicking ass.
Waverly also decides to join in the fun.
As do her sisters. It’s a family affair.
But when the bullets stop flying, and the invaders retreat, all’s not well in the Earp household. Seems Waverly’s taken one in the side.
Willa goes searching for the surviving mercenary, and winds up on the wrong side of the gun.
Who comes to save her life but none other than Bobo Del Ray. It’s a Winter Solstice miracle.
It’s for this very reason that Willa stops Wynonna from landing a fatal shot on Bobo, much to her sister’s anger. When will such an opportunity come again? Next Winter Solstice maybe?