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1. The Cowboy is Back

The episode begins with the elusive cowboy returning to Ratwater. At the saloon, a young boy welcomes him in, and the Preacher says that he can come in and out of the storm if he professes his love for Jesus. After proclaiming his love for his horse, his wife, and his daughter - who are all now dead - the cowboy says that Jesus can join us all in Hell. He proceeds to pull out his gun and shoot everyone dead after instructing the singer he interrupted upon his arrival to "finish the song." After killing everyone in the bar, the cowboy finishes off by shooting the pianist and cutting the singer's head off. As the bottles behind the bar rattle ominously with the oncoming storm, the cowboy pours himself a drink, now the only one alive in the bar.

Tulip fills Emily in on Cassidy
Tulip fills Emily in on Cassidy

2. Emily Helps Tulip Out With Cassidy

Tulip calls Emily over to her house to babysit Cassidy while she goes out. After filling Emily in on Cassidy being a vampire and needing blood to heal, she tells Emily to just open the door and toss a guinea pig in there and close the door before he can get at you. Emily does as she's told - once. After that, she calls up her boyfriend, the mayor, freaking out because he got out and is going to kill her. When Miles shows up, he naturally walks through the house and into the room Cassidy is hiding out in. Emily closes the door on him and gives Cassidy the best meal he's had in a long time. Seeing that her job is done, Emily goes out back and tries to free the guinea pigs before leaving to pick her kids up from school.

Cassidy, still burnt, and Jesse reunite.
Cassidy, still burnt, and Jesse reunite.

3. Cassidy and Jesse Reunite

Jesse shows up at Tulip's house, hoping to hide out from the police I assume, and finds Emily out back with the Guinea pigs. She casually tells him that Tulip went to Albuquerque and that Cassidy is inside. Jesse finds Cassidy inside mostly healed sitting next to the mayor's corpse. They have a heart to heart where Jesse apologizes for not putting Cassidy out sooner and Cassidy says that he's just happy Jesse put him out at all. To solidify this apology, Jesse goes out back with Cassidy to help get rid of the mayor's body. In the process, they dig up some angel hands, hoping they'll be good enough to use the direct line to God at church on Sunday. With our dynamic duo back together, we can't wait to see what trouble they'll stir up next.

DeBlanc and Fiore head to Hell
DeBlanc and Fiore head to Hell

4. DeBlanc and Fiore Book a Trip to Hell

After realizing they can't sing Genesis out of Jesse, DeBlanc and Fiore go to a travel agency and book a trip to Hell for $348.50 and Fiore almost needs to do a sexual favor for the travel agent, but DeBlanc shuts that down. Packing in their hotel room, they flip a coin to decide whether they will go to Heaven or to Hell. After getting Hell, they flip again, double or nothing, and they get Heaven. They are so unbelievably relieved, until they can't find the phone to call Heaven. Defeated, they get on the bus going to Hell (in the same place Jesse Pinkman and Walter White got on the bus to start their new lives in Breaking Bad - down to the same dog running across the street, right to left this time instead of left to right) but they can't bring their luggage and Fiore is devastated to leave his comic books behind. Once in Hell, the pair find the cowboy and say that they can take him away from all of this. After refusing DeBlanc's offer to follow him by shooting him, Fiore tells the cowboy that they want him to kill someone - a preacher.

Tulip leaves for Albuquerque.
Tulip leaves for Albuquerque.

5. Tulip No Longer Needs Jesse

Tulip leaves to find Carlos on her own, leaving Emily to care for Cassidy. When asked where she's going, Tulip tells Emily that she's going to go kill a man in Albuquerque. She tells Emily that she can have Jesse because she's done with him. The next time we see Tulip, she has Carlos tied up in a chair as Jesse leaves her a message saying that he'd had pancakes this morning. He then tells this very descriptive memory of when she ordered M&M pancakes in a diner followed up by saying "I just wanted to say, for me, it's just me and you. Until the end of the world." The message ends and Tulip approaches Carlos to presumably kill him - but they cut away before we get to see.

Final Thoughts:

Did anyone know Emily was capable of murder?? That was probably the biggest twist from this episode. It seems like the cowboy's story has finally caught up to us. Has he been in Hell this whole time, or did we miss his death? Cassidy is far too forgiving to Jesse and Jesse is far to casual about his apologies. I really hope Tulip doesn't go back to him, she's better off on her own and she let him toss her to the side for way too long. Is DeBlanc actually dead this time? I didn't see him come back. I hope that the couple can reunite and that he does, in fact, return. Eugene wasn't here this episode, I hope he comes back soon.