Chesterland: Okay, there's one logical flaw in this episode, at least I feel there is. How many times have we seen an entire family wiped out in the last 6 years? I lost count. In fact, I think the last time was a week before in The Squaw. They weren't legally married, so the hot Indian wife likely goes back to the rez, everyone else is dead, so a nice ranch opens up! Couldn't Chester have had his buddy Matt do some asset seizure or something, buy a nice place cheap at a police auction? Hell, since the entire family often winds up dead, why not just move in? Instead, he's out there farming dirt until the "don't trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn't die" trope rears its ugly head and leaves us back at status quo. I know. "Repeat to yourself it's just a show, I should really just relax". Probably the best of the Chester episodes, IMO. The extra time helped here, too. Oh, and one more thing... had the anti-violence people gotten hold of the show by this point? I notice a lot less shootings and killings over the course of S6 and S7. And what we do get is often offscreen now. In The Squaw, we heard a shot and saw a reaction, but that was it. And I don't even think a single person died in Chesterland! I mean, unless you count Chester's soul and all. I think Miss Daisy pretty well murdered that. But not with a gun!