“Longmire” (A&E) can be seen each Monday evening at 10/9 p.m. Last night's episode on July 7, 2014 was called, “Reports of My Death.” The overnight cable TV ratings are not available. This is the 6th episode of the third TV season.
“Longmire” stars, Robert Taylor (Walt Longmire), Katee Sackhoff (Victoria “Vic” Moretti), Lou Diamond Phillips (Henry Standing Bear), Bailey Chase (Branch Connally), Cassidy Freeman (Cady Longmire) & Adam Bartley (The Ferg).
Henry blames himself for Hector's death while drinking glasses of whiskey. Walt tells him that Hector was killed by David Ridges which surprises Henry. Jacob Nighthorse hired someone to kill Hector who can prove Henry did not murder Miller Beck in Denver. When Walt tried to question Jacob he was stopped by Malachi who was hired as Jacob's new head of security.
Walt is walking in the plaza & discovers a dead man laying on the ground. He looks at his wallet & discovers that he is a missing guy named Welles Van Blarcom. He had inherited $100 million dollars, but went missing 30 years ago. Walt wants this to be quiet before the media picks up on it. The Van Blarcom family was worth $500 million.
Walt plus Vic visit Penny & Graham Van Blarcom. Penny says that Welles ran away when he was a kid & his mother died trying to track him down. They kind of recognize him from a sketch that was drawn up after a search began in his adulthood. A reporter calls the mansion after the nephew "tweets" the news about Welles being found.
A native muscle man comes for two wild game heads that belong to Malachi who wants them back. Henry has them hanging in his red pony bar. The man leaves with the heads & Walt freezes off his monitoring bracelet to follow him. Henry brings his digital camera & tracks the man to a construction site. Henry takes pictures of Malachi. Cady Longmire breaks into the red pony because she had a meeting with Henry. She discovers his ankle bracelet.
Will Henry get caught breaking his parole? Why does Malachi bring security cameras to Walt that were bought by Branch? Why does a man named Welles show up at the sheriff's office? You can watch the full episode of “Reports of My Death” at the official A&E website.