As Sarah mourns the loss of her grandmother at home, Cam arrives to inform her that they have identified the truck that ran her and Brenda off the road. It was Trent McBride's vehicle! He's their new suspect.
Trent is out hunting in the woods, but as he takes aim at a deer, someone starts shooting at him from behind. He runs away, but falls into a large open pit and breaks his leg. As he lies there, the Executioner appears above and begins to drop snakes on top of him. Why'd it have to be snakes?
The police find Trent's dead body in the woods, killed by snake venom. Sarah and Dylan meet with Cam and Vaughn at the station, where Sarah reveals that the punishment for sloth is to be thrown into a pit of vipers. But Trent was an active guy, so why would he be punished for sloth?
Dylan wants to interview Tom for the Bulletin, but Sarah offers herself up to be interviewed instead. She disses Tom and the Executioner in the paper and calls them cowards, which Tom does not react kindly to.
Tom chastises Sarah for making herself a target for the Executioner. She asks if he would consider being interviewed for the Bulletin, and he says he would only do it if she gave him a lock of her hair. That's not creepy and weird at all… Sarah says she won't do it and hangs up on him.
Robin and Sarah meet up to discuss potential suspects when they spot a visibly drunk June exiting the bar. She was Trent's partner as an EMT, and she's not taking it well. Sarah and Robin follow her outside where she takes off all of her clothes and jumps into the lake.
Sarah calls Cam to come get June, and after being pulled out of the water, June tells Sarah's she's been like a stalker since she came back and that she's clearly in love with Cam. A good deed never goes unpunished.
Meanwhile, Dylan and Alison meet with Lisa Ann Follows, a trashy TV journalist who specializes in lurid cases. She encourages them to get an interview with Tom Winston. This case could do amazing things for their careers. Inspired, Dylan goes to Sarah's hair brush and takes some hair from it.
June goes to Sarah's house to apologize for his behavior. She reveals that she was having an affair with Trent and that she knows something that he did that may have offended the Executioner.
Trent drove past Ariel Peterson in his ambulance on the night she went missing. She was visibly ill and clearly needed help, but he was at the end of his shift and didn't want to deal with it. That was the last time anybody ever saw her.
Dylan visits Tom at the prison with a bag of Sarah's hair. He questions why Tom wants it, but Tom pulls out a stack of envelopes he has received over the years with Dylan's name on the return address. Looks like Dylan's been interested in the Tom Winston case for a lot longer than he previously let on!
Sarah and Robin are out and see Heather Peterson acting crazy in the middle of the street as usual, but this time June approaches her and apologizes for what happened to her daughter, saying she would take her place if she could.
Sarah looks at the Bulletin's security camera footage from the night Ariel went missing and discovers that June was actually with Trent at the time the ambulance drove past Ariel. Uh-oh! Watch out June! You've got a target on your back now too.
The police station sends out an alert to find June, who is at the church. She kneels at the altar and asks for forgiveness, begging Ariel to be returned safely. But the Executioner approaches from behind and covers her face with a cloth, knocking her out. He carries her away...
Sarah arrive at Cam's house, where Alan reveals that he found June's purse at the church, but no June. Cam is distraught and confronts Sarah, asking why she had to come back and bring this darkness with her. Ouch.
June wakes up naked in a cornfield covered with bread and honey. She's got an IV attached to her arm. As she lays immobile, a hungry rat approaches…