Warning: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
We left off with Haught’s unmanned police cruiser cruising down a snowy road. It rolls up empty alongside Doc – a la Stephen King’s Christine. Doc pokes around Haught’s ride looking for clues, and he finds a big one: another playing card — the serial killer’s mark!
Sorry, we had to. The creepy doctor, who Wynonna keeps calling Jack, has already gotten underway with Bethany…and it seems he’s really touched - literally. It turns out that the doctor is the serial killer who’s been removing and replacing organs, like he’s playing a live game of Operation.
Officer Haught is returned to safety, though not without some serious bruises. And a terrible story to tell. Problem is: she can’t remember much of the details. Except that the abductor smelled like gasoline, musk, and a tinge of sourness. This gives Waverly and Doc a clue that the abductor must be running his operation out of an old bootlegging facility.
Hmm, that’s strange. Turns out weirdo doctor isn’t the Revenant Wynonna thought he was…just a weirdo doctor who gets stabbed in the back - not by Wynonna! - because he no longer serves a purpose. But wait, if this isn't Jack, who's Jack?
What started out as a fake fight to appease Whiskey Jimmy turns into a real life brawl between Doc and Dolls. Doc is pissed when he finds out that Dolls has been giving intel on Doc to the Black Badge head honchos.
Peacemaker in hand, Wynonna follows Jack down into the cellar to finish the job. Which she does with flying colors. The last of the posse of seven, gone. And yet Wynonna doesn't feel like celebrating. You see, before Jack "made his peace" with Peacemaker, he put a bug in Wynonna's ear that her dearly departed daddy wasn't the stand up guy she thought he was. Turns out that her dad had made a sketchy deal with The Revenants, including one Bobo Del Ray. Whaaaa?