Beth (Christina Hendricks) comes home to a surprise guest and is forced to confess to Ruby (Retta) and Annie (Mae Whitman) that she asked Rio (Manny Montana) if they could continue working for him. Meanwhile, Beth throws Kenny (Braxton Bjerken) an elaborate birthday party, which unexpectedly leads the women to offer Rio a business proposition. Ruby's employment at the diner is threatened by a disgruntled teenage customer and Greg (guest star Zach Gilford) gives Annie the benefit of the doubt when she comes up with a creative solution for dealing with some bullies from...
With Dean (Matthew Lillard) back in the house, and her criminal activities expanding, Beth (Christina Hendricks) struggles to keep her new business separate from her home life. When Sadie (Izzy Stannard) goes on a trip, Annie's (Mae Whitman) loneliness leads her to an ill-advised one-night stand. Ruby (Retta) doubles down on her lies to Stan (Reno Wilson). FBI Agent Jim Turner (guest star James Lesure) follows up on Boomer's (guest star David Hornsby) tip about the women.
Rio's feeling the heat from the FBI investigation, so he abruptly shuts down operations, cutting off Beth, Ruby, and Annie's money supply. Their attempt to go back to being ordinary housewives is short-lived when Mary Pat puts the financial squeeze on them -- forcing the three women to commit another heist.
Rio asks the women to complete a seemingly simple job so he can get the operation up and running, but Beth, Ruby, and Annie fear there may be more to the task than meets the eye. As the ladies' long-simmering tensions with the gang leader boil over, Ruby learns that Sara has risen to the top of the transplant list.