Levi is on his way via horse and buggy to visit the bishop after a bible was placed at his door. This symbol means that he is in trouble with the church and must make amends with the bishop. Now that his secret business has been discovered, he has a lot of explaining to do and warns the camera crew to keep their distance.
Meanwhile, Merlin and Alan are still in Kentucky with Paul. Although Merlin is far from impressed by the surroundings there, he puts up a good front to show his allegiance to Paul. Paul lets Merlin know that everyone in his settlement fears him. Alan is fearful that Merlin’s alliance with Paul is going to backfire because he sees Paul as just weird.
Back in Ohio, Wayne is still running the show, but has not received the blessing from the bishop to act on Merlin’s behalf and could be in trouble if he is caught. Wayne is on his way to visit an Amish man who has been living in an English house and never removed the electricity. Wayne is planning to prove to the bishop that he supports his beliefs. When he goes to the house, the man turns on the lights, proving that he has done nothing to rectify the situation. Wayne tells the man that he can watch or choose to leave and proceeds to break the electric lighting with a bat. He knows that Merlin would most likely let something like this slide, but Wayne will not.
In Lancaster, Caleb is hot-wiring a tractor from a farmer who received it from the auction of Levi’s personal belongings. When the farmer pushed Caleb, he beat up the farmer and took the tractor away. He had been previously arrested for doing the same thing.
Esther is now aware of the bible left of Levi’s doorstep and knows that there could be several reasons behind this action. Any transgressions against the church will affect all aspects of one’s life in the Amish community. Shunning is one of the most devastating things because it cuts off a person from their family and anyone else in the church. To get back in the good graces of the church and community, one must display humility and seek forgiveness. Levi knows that it must have been Alan, who went to the bishop and told him about Levi’s actions.
Jolin met with Levi in the middle of a cornfield with Alvin. He told them that Alan went to the bishop, which is why nobody wants to pay him Amish aid. Now Levi seeks revenge against Alan and will deal with him accordingly. The bishop also said things about Caleb, but Levi wants to make sure his accusations are true before dealing with him. Levi wants to get Big Steve back to help with his crew. When producers asked Jolin if Levi has done what the bishop has accused him of; he replied that it was none of his business and none of theirs.
In Ohio, Wayne is on his way to deal with a farmer who is not taking care of his animals. This is not accepted in the Amish community, as animals are used for all aspects of their lives. The abuse of animals sexually is one of the worst things they can do in their culture. When Wayne found the animals, he proceeded to remove them before the farmer returned. He will bring them where they will be taken care of and fed properly.
In Kentucky, Paul brought Merlin and Alan to a hut, where he made extra money. Merlin was not expecting this revelation from someone so strict.
In Lancaster, Levi is looking for Big Steve, who has been making extra money giving buggy tours since he left Levi’s employ. Steve is still pissed off at Alan for wrecking his house, and Levi knows he will be happy to seek revenge. When they found him, they spoke in Dutch, as his tourists were unaware of their conversation. He agreed to go to war against Alan.
Caleb has been seeing the daughter of the bishop and knows that it could mean trouble for both. When Levi went to see Esther, she wanted to know why there was a bible on his doorstep. He told her that Alan lied to the bishop about him. Esther wants to fix things for him by herself without using force. She knows that any actions taken against him will affect her too.
Merlin is disappointed that Alan has not embraced the thinking of the Kentucky Amish. As Merlin prays with them, Alan waits outside. Merlin wants Paul to trust Alan too and tries to persuade Alan to accept their way of thinking.
Big Steve knows that Alan has been keeping cars for the Amish kids on his property so their parents do not see them. Steve went to destroy the cars on his property and took an axe to some of them.
At her quilting circle, Esther asks if anyone heard about Alan? She tells the women in the circle that Alan lied to the bishop about Levi. A woman told her that Alan brought around an English girl who is not dressed properly. Once Esther spreads the word about Alan, the entire community will know about his actions.
In Kentucky, Merlin gave Alan examples of Amish justice and then saw that the Kentucky Amish had plans of their own as they loaded the car with axes, and weapons of destruction to wage against Levi. Paul knows that by helping Merlin destroy Levi, he will be in his debt.
In Lancaster, Levi met with Jolin and Alvin to advise them that Caleb was indeed screwing the bishop’s daughter and must be done away with. He wants them to find Caleb and bring him back to him.
In Lancaster, Levi is waiting for Caleb, while Alan found a court summons waiting for him. Alan thought he was done with legal problems, but now he is awaiting sentencing and knows that Levi must be behind this latest incident and will certainly seek revenge.
In Ohio, the bishop wants to meet with Wayne privately; which could either be good or bad. It was good, as Wayne received his blessing to continue to protect the community. He is elated that he is in command, and not Merlin.
Levi is on his way to a fundraiser for a library; while Alan is on his way to court. Alan cannot understand why such a big criminal such a Levi is getting away with the things he does, while he is the one going to court. Alan was sentenced to three months in jail with two-year supervisory probation.
Levi, Alvin and Jolin took Caleb for a drive to a barn where Levi remained outside as the others went in. This is how the series ended on this episode of "Amish Mafia."
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