At the antebellum home of the Suttons, younger brother Jarrett watches with amusement as his older brother Tom berates his wife Laura about driving into town alone. Laura insists that whoever told him that lied and Jarrett adds fuel to the fire, saying that Laura will never tell the truth. Tom slaps Laura and promises to keep beating her until she tells the truth. As he begins beating her with his crop, Laura grabs a gun from the desk and shoots him. Jarrett indifferently confirms that Tom is dead, admitting he deserved killing. He suggests to Laura that they enjoy Tom's wealth together, but she runs out, disgusted. ..Read the full recap
Grey: Hey, you're making good time, Ben. Good time.
Ben: Well, what's got into you? You sound almost civil for a change.
Joe Travis: All the wood's onboard. It's only ten cords.
Grey: Ten cords? Mr. Chambers!
Mr. Chambers: (reluctantly hands back some money) That's some might fine liquor I've laid by.
Grey: No thank you.
Mr. Chambers: Whiskey?
Grey: No, next trip, maybe. Now, you know better than to try this on me, Mr. Chambers.
Mr. Chambers: Yes. But it sure was fun to try it.
Ben: If he's a drummer, I'm Andy Jackson.
Grey: Well, we just carry people, Ben. We don't have to figure 'em out.
Jarrett Sutton: It isn't fair. I would've been the richest man in this state and now I got nothin'.
Grey: You got one thing and you don’t even deserve that. You're alive.
Carney Kohler: Well, how do I look?
Grey: Why, Carney, you look as pretty as a sweet-smellin', night-bloomin'... swamp flower.