Marty is pressured to move money ahead of schedule, Wendy pitches a high-stakes plan, Wyatt lives the good life, and Ruth butts heads in the casino.
Wendy asks Helen — not Marty — to help close a deal, the Byrdes get a new houseguest, and business goes boom aboard a rival casino.
The FBI dives into the casino's finances, Wendy's dreams take a dark turn, and Marty worries that the writing may be on the wall.
As Wendy, Helen and Ruth strive to keep the business humming, Navarro plays mind games with Marty, who worries he'll never see his family again.
Maya steps up her bid to turn Marty, whose eerily calm demeanor has Wendy worried. The Byrdes buy a horse farm on behalf of Navarro.
Marty and Wendy tell each other how they really feel, Ruth confronts Wyatt, Darlene lets her ambitions be known, and Ben's past comes into focus.
The FBI questions Ruth, tensions between Cosgrove and Marty hit a new high, Sue takes on a new patient, and Wendy recruits for her foundation.
Ruth isn't happy about Marty and Wendy's plan to bury the hatchet with Frank Jr. The Byrdes make a difficult decision about Ben. Maya is reprimanded.
Ben's confrontation with Helen and Erin sends the Byrdes into crisis mode. Meanwhile, Sam's concerns about the FBI inspire little sympathy.
While Wendy battles personal demons, Marty struggles to keep their lives from falling apart. Darlene does Ruth a favor.