Big Sky Season 3 Episode 6: Suspicion Is Everywhere!

Cassie (Kylie Bunbury) is fixated on the charred remains of the blue and white Suburban this week on Big Sky. She takes Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick) and Arlen (Jensen Ackles) to the location where the truck was burned because she believes the truck is somehow connected to the backpacker’s death. Despite the fact that the VIN was burned in the burner, Cassie obtains a photo of the VIN etched into the engine block, which she can use to track down the truck’s owner.

The Trans Am and Mickey Mantle

While Cassie investigates the death of the backpacker, a man is murdered in his garage and his prized collector Trans Am is stolen. Arlen and Hoyt are drawn into a case involving an ex-con looking for his two most prized possessions: a Trans Am and a mint collector’s edition Mickey Mantle rookie baseball card worth millions of dollars. Unfortunately, he will not be able to enjoy his treasures because he is returning to prison for his involvement in a series of murders and thefts committed in order to recover these items.

Arlen and Hoyt’s cringeworthy flirting continues. No one wants to see this awkwardness continue, so let’s hope it doesn’t turn into a drawn-out “will they or won’t they” situation.

Big Sky Season 3 Episode 6

Paige’s Journal Holds the Key, Literally

Paige (Madalyn Horcher) is still being held captive by Walter (Seth Gabel), but she has flipped the script and is now manipulating him to do her bidding. She’s using Walter to look for her bag, which contains a journal and an important key.

The key is actually a string of numbers and letters that serves as the password for a $15 million encrypted account. Paige and Luke (Anirudh Pisharody) stole it, but Paige is now in a position to keep the money for herself. She can barely conceal her manipulation of Walter, but she plays on his feelings for her in order for him to go looking for the journal.

However, she is not the only one who desires the journal. Luke is forced to take Tonya (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) and Donno (Ryan O’Nan) to the location where Paige went missing, where they will look for her journal and any other clues. Luke claims to have seen a man with a flashing light in the woods who could have kidnapped Paige, but they don’t believe him.

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Until Donno discovers Walter lurking nearby. In an otherwise dark episode, watching these two size each other up and converse is a great comedic moment. When Walter tells Paige that someone is looking for her and wants to know what she did, Paige tells him about the money but pretends to be a “damsel in distress” in order to gain Walter’s support. He promises to go to any length to protect her.

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Suspicion Is Everywhere

Even though everyone appears to be having a good time at Sunny Day Excursions, something fishy is going on behind the tents. Cassie arrives to inform Buck (Rex Linn) that the blue and white Suburban has been registered to him, and Sunny (Reba McEntire) insists on listening in on their conversation. Buck fabricates a story about selling the Suburban years ago, but it’s a poor cover and everyone in the room is aware of it.

Emily (Cree Cicchino) casually mentions that Avery (Henry Ian Cusick) was snooping through Luke’s tent, and Carla (Angelique Cabral) is intrigued as to why. Carla may be realising that she doesn’t know Avery as well as she thinks she does. While Avery manages to talk his way out of answering Carla’s questions, it’s clear that Carla isn’t going away.

Cassie and Cormac

Cassie and Cormac’s (Luke Mitchell’s) slow burn relationship is still developing, but Cassie’s focus on Buck and Sunny having some connection to the deceased backpacker is going to cause some friction between them. Of course, Cormac wants to believe the best about his parents, but events are unfolding that will force him to face the truth.

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The Point of No Return

Sunny and Buck reach the point of no return near the end of the episode. They’re already putting themselves in danger to protect Walter. But once they cross the line into intentional murder, there is no turning back.

Mary (Sofia Embid) is out running by herself when she comes across Paige’s bag, its contents strewn across the ground, including her journal, which is helpfully monogrammed with a large “P.” As she rushes back to the camp to tell someone, she comes across Buck and Sunny, who are riding. Sunny instructs Buck to stay with the horses while Mary transports her to the location where she discovered Paige’s belongings.

Big Sky Season 3 Episode 6

Mary rejoins the trail, and Sunny is leading the way when Mary abruptly comes to a halt. As the puzzle pieces begin to fall into place, she bursts out laughing. Sunny explains to Mary how she knew which way the site was. She also wonders why the bag and its contents are here when Sunny told everyone that Paige was safe and sound in New York. Her bag and belongings would have been with her if that had been the case.

Mary begins to scream for help, but then slumps forward. Buck had approached her from behind and stabbed her in the back, killing her. Whatever options Sunny and Buck had to get out of Paige’s disappearance and the backpacker’s death had vanished.

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