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Carrie urges Lucas to let go of the past, even as an increasingly suspicious Gordon is hell-bent on uncovering hers. Cast out of her Amish home, Rebecca turns to Proctor to give her a new start in Banshee. A surprise visit from Rabbit’s lieutenant, Olek, a.k.a. Widow’s Peak, brings back a flood of memories for Carrie. As his family keeps vigil for the ailing Benjamin Longshadow, Alex gets a surprise visit from his sister Nola.
Ratings: 0.48 Million Viewers
Casting: Main cast members Frankie Faison (Sugar Bates), Hoon Lee (Job), Matt Servitto (Deputy Brock Lotus), Demetrius Grosse (Deputy Emmett Yawners), Trieste Kelly Dunn (Deputy Siobhan Kelly), and Daniel Ross Owens (Mayor Dan Kendall) do not appear in this episode.
Music: There is no music featured in this episode of 'Banshee.'
Trivia: The scene following the end credits features Alex Longshadow sitting by his father's hospital bed as he flat-lines.
Carrie: You have to let me go.
Lucas: There is nothing in this world that makes sense if there is no you and me. Nothing. You know that. The same way I do. You're still in there, I know you are. The whole time I was in prison, you know what kept me alive? You. Not Carrie Hopewell.
Carrie: Anna? Your Anna is dead.
Lucas: (about Deva) I knew she was mine the first moment I saw her. Say it.
Carrie: She's yours. She is. She is yours, I'm sorry.
Alex: You don't belong here.
Proctor: How is he?
Alex: This is a sacred ritual, it is not for outsiders.
Proctor: I just wanted to say goodbye. Please.
Olek: You look just like her.
Olek: Your mother. You have her face, almost exactly. I was only a boy when she died, but I remmeber he very well. She was a beautiful woman. So sad you never got to meet her. He never got over he death. When a woman dies in childbirth --
Carrie: It wasn't my fault.
Olek: You were all he had left, but you were also the thing that killed her. Maybe he made mistakes, but everything he did, he did out of love.
When Lucas gets back to the barn to find Carrie and Olek on the ground, he breaks down the door, knocking it off its hinges. A moment later, when he picks Carrie up off the floor and carries her outside, the barn doors are back on their hinges.
When Olek and Carrie are fighting in the barn, the pattern of the blood on Olek's face changes between shots.