Boyd and Ava try to keep their murderous secret under wraps while Raylan and the Detroit mob come to bloody blows.
Much to the frustration of the Raylan and the Sheriff's office, Drew continues to keep schtum until Ellen May is safely in custody. With Ellen May temporarily under Limehouse's protection and Boyd gunning for her, capturing her could be tricky.
Boyd and the Detroit mob pull out all the stops trying to stop Drew from leaving Harlan and escaping.
Drew Thompson and Ellen May manage to slip away from Raylan and the Detroit mob. But, with their escape route blocked they ask help of someone unexpected.
Boyd discovers that Colt has been lying about Ellen May and the identity of Drew Thompson is revealed.
No one is safe as bodies start to drop in the hunt for Drew Thompson.
Jody Adair escapes custody, leaving Raylan compelled to track him down. Boyd and Ava work their way into a high society party to fish out Drew Thompson, but find far more than they expected.
When Josiah Cairn turns up missing and short a foot, Raylan teams up with Sheriff Shelby to track him down before he bleeds out. Boyd continues to hunt Drew Thompson.
When the Marshals take over the Drew Peterson case, the hunt to find him accelerates for Raylan and the Detroit mobsters, leading to a sticky situation for Raylan and Boyd Crowder. Meanwhile, Colton's hunt for Ellen May starts to get desperate.
Rachel helps Raylan hunt down Randall and Lindsey, after they stole Raylan's savings. Ava has to deal with a problem when Ellen May wanders back home.
Boyd tries bribery to get rid of the preacher, which doesn't go as he hoped. Raylan's love life becomes more complicated and he finds himself in bother with the FBI.
Raylan tries to work out the mystery of the bag in the wall by trying to track down the man belonging to the ID found inside it. Boyd scopes out the traveling preachers who are cutting into his business.
Raylan's car is stolen from under his nose with a newly cuffed perp locked in the trunk. He sets out tracking down the vehicle with the help of Constable Bob Sweeney.