Marty and Wendy wrestle with a problematic offer. Ruth goes out on her own, Jonah rebels, and Omar's nephew makes his presence known.
Maya pushes back on Marty's plan for Omar. Ruth pursues the hipster heroin market. Wendy tries to raise 0 million. The new sheriff causes problems.
Maya and Omar meet face-to-face. Wendy has a contentious business meeting. Ruth goes behind Darlene's back. Jonah finds a new place to set up shop.
Wendy's claims about Ben anger Ruth. Mel the P.I. tracks down Wendy's father. Ruth's trip to the Missouri Belle with Kerry doesn't go as planned.
The Senator extends an olive branch - with a twist. Ruth and Marty scramble to rebuy the drugs Darlene sold. Charlotte ponders life after high school.
Marty is tasked with proving Omar wasn't involved with a bombing. Wendy pays a visit to the Lazy-O Motel. Ruth and Wyatt make a plan.
The FBI's long-awaited meeting with Omar takes place. Wyatt shares some news with Ruth. Feeling betrayed, Javi gets aggressive.
Devastated by a tremendous loss, Ruth heads to Chicago to enact revenge as Marty tries to talk her out of doing something she may regret.
Their deal with the FBI now dead, the Byrdes desperately search for more solutions to their growing problems. Wendy's father comes to town.
Marty travels to the Navarro estate, Ruth asks Frank Jr. for a favor, a new acting sheriff makes waves, and Wendy tries to bring Jim back into the fold.
Ruth makes a play for the casino with some help from a familiar face. Wendy cozies up to Omar's sister and arranges a meeting with Clare.
Nathan angers Wendy by making Charlotte and Jonah a surprising offer. Ruth tries to erase her own past with an assist from Charles Wilkes.
Omar pressures Marty to launder more money, but Ruth wants to keep her casino clean. Wendy goes to extremes to keep her children.
Every desperate deal. Every broken promise. Every bloody hug. Eager to leave their murky past behind, the Byrdes make a final bid for freedom.