Adder’s Kiss, Part 2

By stephanieltunnell

Oct 19, 2020
Adder’s Kiss, Part 2

By stephanieltunnell

Oct 19, 2020

After Annie’s birthday outburst, Margaret tries to salvage what is left of the party to talk business with the board members of Cerrissippi Crops. Later, Sheriff Steven warns Margaret that the trucker’s older brother, Barden, was in the town, shiffing for murderers. 

We discover that Margaret used to be a Yellowstone Park Ranger, but there is something truly suspicious about a woman who wanders alone in the forest.

On a Friday evening, in Furriston, Penny discovers that when you kill one of the drones, you shake-up the bee hive. Amanda calls to tell her Barden’s gangsters are staking out Mudd’s Oasis. Penny is going to need some serious sisterly help of the sinister kind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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