Mary tries to cajole a reluctant marijuana grower (and user) to testify against his former partners who are being prosecuted for the murder of a DEA agent six months earlier -- or else he and his family will be dropped from the WITSEC program and he'll be prosecuted for the murder. In the meantime, in the continuing fallout from the investigation of Brandi's possible drug possession and Mary's kidnapping, Mary is shadowed by a psychologist who will determine whether Mary can be returned to full status with the Marshal's Office. Written by
Did You Know?
This episode features a fast food establishment called "Bob's Burgers". The dialogue implies that its a national (or at least regional) chain, when one person said "I didn't know New Mexico had Bob's Burgers." In reality, there really is a chain of fast food restaurants called "Bob's Burgers" and in fact, that shot was filmed at one of their locations (with the corporate logos and menu boards changed), however, its a purely local chain of restaurant, with all of their locations in Albuquerque, or the surrounding area. So, any other restaurant named "Bob's Burgers" outside of New Mexico is not the same chain as portrayed in the episode. See more
There is no "Bob's Burgers" on the section of Central Ave (Route 66) as shown in the episode.
The in-car sequence is actually filmed on Route 66 as Marshall mentions, however, the exterior shot of the fast food restaurant is actually a re-dressed Bob's Burger location elsewhere in the city. See more
[Jerry has been admitted to the hospital
What the hell happened?
Well, according to the cropduster who happened to be flying by at the time, "The dang fool just tumbled ass-over-teakettle out of his cotton-picking, cherry-picker for no good reason." Which isn't a huge surprise, since Jerry reeked of pot when they brought him in.
I thought you were going to get rid of his stash.
I did. However, in the limited time afforded me, I wasn't able to get rid of all the pot in Albuquerque.