Charlie wakes up in a poolside lounge chair at Rayborn's expensive house in the hills. Rayborn apologizes for dragging him there, but his well-paid security was just doing their job. He tells Charlie all he had to do was call if he wanted to talk to him. He has nothing to hide, and invites Charlie and a guest to his fundraiser on Friday.
Reese, after a night of passion with Tidwell, says she can handle his New York attitude, the four ex-wives who adore him, sleeping with a superior officer, and the fact that he sometimes refers to himself as Tidwell, but that his hair has to go. She begins to cut it. Later, driving through the desert, Crews notices Reese humming. Reese denies being happy about anything, just as they enter tribal land where a crime scene awaits. Sheriff's Deputy Smith shows them the body of Sheriff Hawes, the sole California sheriff for the territory.
Crews and Reese notice a sign for a new casino on the reservation. "Trainloads of money coming this way," Reese says. A rancher discovered Hawes' body. Smith explains that once the tribe got their own police force, the sheriffs were phased out. Smith doesn't know why Hawes hung around a place where no one wanted him. It's clear the tribal cops and some of the sheriff's department have no love lost between them. Crews calms things down and tells the sheriffs we'll take it from here.
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