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Ray is surprised when he arrives at the Wellness Center. He finds two
plain clothes policemen packing everything from the place. Ray was not
aware of Tanya's bailing out Charlie, so this comes as a shock to him.
Going to find Tanya for an explanation, she gives him an evasive
answer. Ray is not ready to settle down for the loss of their business,
plus Tanya loss of forty thousand dollars she put for the bail.
Jessica is called to the office of Dr. Matt. He has a complain: she mixed up an urine sample and he feels that is enough ground to fire her. Jessica is not taking it quietly though. She comes back to Matt with her own ammunition. Jessica feels someone sabotaged her work, any one of the office worker could have done it just to get her out of the picture, or even Mindy. She walks out with her head high because she feels she made her point.
Jason wants to make up with Lenore. Sandee has no desire of ever been involved with the woman again. Jason comes to see Sandee as she and her parents are sitting down to plan her grandmother's funeral. His presence is not welcome in the house. Jason goes to see Lenore at her volunteer job and they end up going to her car to have a sex encounter. Jason wants to come back to work with her. Meanwhile, Sandee goes to Lenore's house to see her with a cake something that was unexpected.
Ray and Tanya want to track Charlie down. He wants justice from the man that took advantage of Tanya's kindness. They finally locate him living in a farm. What's more, they see a lot of cows in the property. Ray figures that at four thousand a piece, ten cows will get them Tanya's forty thousand dollars she lost. They come at night and round up the animals. Charlie hears the commotion and comes out, but Ray and Tanya prevail and get away taking the cows so they can be sold. That way, they figure, they avenge the wrong done to Tanya.
Adam Davidson directed the last chapter of the 2011 series. The episode was not as good as some of the past installments. The problem seems to be in the screenplay Kyle Peck wrote. In a way it ties all loose ends, but there have been better episodes in the season. The success of the program lays in the great chemistry between Thomas Jane and Jane Adams. Both are a joy to watch. So are the other principals, Rebecca Creskoff, Anne Heche, Stephen Amel, and Analeigh Tipton. One could only hope the series is renewed for another season.
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