Vic had an extra distraction during the case of the week on "Longmire." At the top of the hour, she received flowers, but there was no card. It had gotten lost in transit. When she found out that they weren't from her husband, she needed to know who they were from.
Meanwhile, Walt found himself on the trail of cattle thieves. When the driver of the rig that was transporting the stolen cattle was hung after he'd returned, the case took on a whole new twist. Ultimately, they found out that the cattle theft was orchestrated by a couple of young people trying to raise awareness and send a political message. They'd planned to return the cows, and certainly hadn't killed anyone.
That turned out to be the specialist brought in to help Walt work the case. He wanted to pin the theft on a cattle thief he'd put behind bars who was looking to parole soon. When that story started to fall apart, he kind of went a little crazy. In the end, he tried to run a police barricade, hoping it would kill the inmate. It didn't.
Throughout, Vic was trying to figure these flowers out, and finally got the card toward the end of the episode. She told Walt that it said, "Happy anniversary," but this was nowhere near her anniversary. What did it mean?
At home, she told her husband what it meant. "They found me," she said.
But what does that mean?!
Find out as "Longmire" continues on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on A&E.
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