Season 3 Episode 5
Walt teams up with Lucian Connally (Peter Weller) to narrow the field of suspects in his wife's murder. The team tries to track down a witness who could help Henry's case. Branch's behavior causes trouble...[button color="red" size="small" link="http://www.aetv.com/longmire" target="blank" ]Official Site[/button]
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Bailey Chase and the Longmire producers discuss the questionable choices Branch is making as he tries to track down the man who shot him.
Cady is desperate to get Henry off the hook for the murder of Miller Beck, so she offers a reward for information about Hector. She knows that if she can convince Hector to take the stand and explain how Henry ended up with Miller Beck's teeth in his safe, they can get rid of the prosecution's best evidence again him.
Cady (Cassidy Freeman) is shocked at Henry's violent reaction to her plan. He doesn't like the idea of using other his supporters' money to hunt down an innocent man. Ultimately, he agrees to her plan.
Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips) finds his bar packed to overflowing. Cady has arranged for reward seekers to come to the Red Pony so Henry can help her interview them, and also to drum up a little extra business at the bar.
Cady and Henry interview a hiker who saw a man who might have been Hector hiding up in some caves in the woods. Unfortunately, the physical description he gives them is that of a much smaller man than the enormously muscled Hector.
Walt and Lucian hunt down a man who might have answers about the murder of Walt's wife.
Vic tries to question Travis, but his mother stands in the way.
Henry and Cady are interviewing another man, who claims to have seen Hector stealing pineapples, when they are interrupted by a visitor.
Adele Chapman (Nia Peeples) is furious that anyone from the Res would sell Hector out after all he's done for them. When the police were too corrupt to turn too, they could always count on Hector for brutal justice.
Henry assures Adele that they aren't looking to arrest Hector. Henry explains that Hector is his only hope, just as the big man was once the only one who could help her.
As Henry and Cady search for Hector, Walt (Robert Taylor) embarks on a search of his own. He meets with a few of the most dangerous criminals he's put away in the hopes of finding someone who hates him enough to have hired Beck to kill his wife.
Walt meets with Stanley Keene (Kenneth Wayne Bradley) a stalker and murderer who blames Walt for forcing him to kill the woman he was obsessed with.
Walt shows Stanley a photo of Beck, but Stanley has never seen him before. It looks like a dead end.
Henry is cleaning up at the bar when he hears an unwelcome voice say, "Such a fine feeling being free."
Malachi (Graham Greene), the corrupt Tribal Police Chief that Henry helped Walt put behind bars, has made parole. He steps behind the bar and helps himself to a drink.
Malachi takes a seat at the end of the bar as he notes that things are changing. "Funny how things work out," he says. "I'm free, and you're going back inside."
Malachi notices that Henry has priced the decorations that cover the Red Pony's walls in order to make a little extra money. He offers to buy the bar from Henry when he goes back to prison, but Henry turns him down flat.
Malachi drops a stack of money on the bar, and informs Henry that his boys will be by later to pick up the rest of the pelts and mounted animal.
Henry watches Malachi leave. He doesn't know what the future holds in store for him, but, at the moment, things aren't looking good.
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