The gang has survived worse than this. Friends killed, money lost, and trouble still chasing them. But they were together as a family again and that should be all that mattered. Yet, Dutch's plans are growing crazier even with Hosea to speak against them. They're risking their lives for foolish gains and with Micah in Dutch's ear, there seems to be no end in sight. Worse, Arthur has pulled Charlotte further into the gang instead of out. The Pinkertons are closing in on them and if Arthur wants to survive, he needs to decide where to keep his loyalty: to himself or to the man leading them down a path of destruction.