Bruza returns to the Ranch where he is met by Charlie, Charlie's bodyguard Warren Stamp (M.C. Gainey), and the cop-on-the-take Johnny Cortez (Gil Birmingham). Bruza calls out for Grace, just as she drives up in her car. Grace tries to get Bruza to leave with her, but Charlie isn't about to let her go. As Charlie tries to convince her to stay, Bruza calls for her to leave with him. Charlie pulls out a gun and shoots Bruza in the heart, killing him instantly. The cop claims that Charlie shot him in self-defense, which Grace knows is a lie. In a voiceover, Grace explains that she testified before a grand jury, but it was Charlie's word against hers and Warren and Johnny backed up Charlie. Warren took the fall for the shooting. Bruza's body was shipped back to Argentina, where he received a hero's funeral. The IRS closed down the Ranch after seeing the real ledger sent to them by Grace. Grace did two years in the federal pen in Phoenix, and Charlie skipped the country, ending up in Brazil where they don't extradite tax cheats. While in jail, Grace signed up for raditation treatments, and her cancer went into remission. When she got out of jail, she rebuilt the Ranch. In the final scene, Grace is shown eating dinner with the Ranch's 'family'. In her mind, she quietly remembers the love she and Bruza shared for that brief period of time.