At the saloon, Wynonna is drinking, dancing, and hitting on guys after killing the last of the Seven. She has a brief flashback of Reggie and snaps out of it, and then goes back to drinking. When one guy demands a kiss, Doc tells him to back off and draws a knife on the guy to “persuade” him. Wynonna runs to the restroom to throw up, and then tells Doc that she thought she’d be different once the Seven who killed Willa were dead. She wonders what Wyatt did to mess up his line so bad with the curse, and wonders if it’s better to be bad...Read the full recap
Doc: In my experience, and I’ve got some, you release the rage you might find there’s nothing left.
Wynonna: For the first time in ages, I woke up and knew exactly what I needed to do.
Xavier: What, wear tighter pants?
Doc: You just got the itch. It is a thing rarely articulated, but there is a power in taking the life of someone else that is unequaled by anything else in this world. It is a dangerous drug.
Constance Clootie: Look at you all. Road-kill without the killed part.
Sheriff Neadley: Under the multiple layers of asshole, you seem like a good man.
Wynonna: Says the unarmed redneck, in a coat Lady Gaga deemed maybe too much.
Constance Clootie: Honey, you don’t bring table salt to a witch fight.
Doc: Retribution does not come quick, but it will be glorious.
Wynonna: But this does not sound like you. Say something Dolls would say.
Xavier: You’re a good deputy, Earp.
Wynonna: Oh, that’s not it.
Xavier: I’m not good at apologies or...