With plenty of additional men now at his disposal, he gathers his team and briefs them on the Farrells.
He says they are going up with a warrant for Asa’s arrest, but are not to engage in any violence. He prepares to banish those who opposed him when Hasil says that everyone knows Big Foster killed Lady Ray (Phyllis Somerville).
But when G’win presses Little Foster about how he was able to kill Asa, she begins to suspect that Asa is still alive.
Big Foster goes to a still-imprisoned Krake (Mark Jeffrey Miller) and tries to get him to give up information on where the others are hiding.
He has done everything the opposite of what the family has done to preserve the family.” Wade and his men continue up the mountain, but their progress is slow.
Suddenly, they find Sally Ann (Christina Jackson), who has been lost since the end of the last episode. Asa finally prepares to leave the mountain for good, but G’win stops him, telling him he’s part of the family.
When Asa arrives at Big Foster’s home, Foster doesn’t believe Asa is real, mistaking him for another hallucination. And despite the fact that Morse is the perfect villain that you love to hate, Christina Jackson believes it was perfectly appropriate for him to die.
“If someone has to go, you would think logically it would be Big Foster,” she said. I mean, he tried a couple of times to kill his mother.
Foster is furious, but gets distracted when one of the conspirators tries to kill herself by eating foxglove, a poisonous plant.
When she become violently ill, Foster recognizes the symptoms as the same he’s experienced and realizes G’win has been poisoning him.
But when Big Foster’s men arrive and tell her he’s dead, she assumes the role of brenin and orders Asa thrown in the box.