Here's five things that happened of note in "Where's Waldo."
1. The mystery is deeper than we thought.
It started with a skydiver crashing to Earth thirty years ago, on the day cocaine came to Harlan County. Now we know that was Waldo Truth, and not Drew Thompson, who Art remembers clearly. So why is the Panamanian bag valuable enough to kill for, and where is Thompson? We're going to get details a piece at the time, it seems.
2. The Truth family deserves another appearance.
The angry, anti-government but pro-government check Truth family was initially scary, but actually pretty hilarious. Once Momma Truth decided keeping "Waldo" safe wasn't worth losing their check, the family was a very funny addition to the show. From Trick calmly rolling a joint in front of the feds to Milo pulling a gun on them to Momma Truth's story of courtship, the Truths gave a nice element of comedy to the show.
And by the way, did anyone else think it was odd that a cry of "perverts!" didn't seem like it was that out of the ordinary for that neighborhood?
3. Art's stepping down, and the department is a mess.
Art's job seems like a good one, but once he ran down how crazy his department was, it wasn't worth sticking around for his friend. The impending retirement is one thing, but for Art to go into the off-camera backgrounds of Tim and Rachel seems to point towards them being used more this season. Raylan's not the only character with problems.
4. There's a new fighter in town.
He doesn't have a name yet, but the bare-knuckle brawler who's married to Raylan's favorite waitress has already made an impression. He's got a reason to hate Raylan, and is already portrayed as an unstoppable physical force. Raylan's not a good fighter anyway, but this guy beat up two people at once, and that was after another fight. Raylan's got some problems coming up with this one.
5. Boyd has some thinking to do.
Boyd Crowder is rarely out-thought, but twice in the episode someone got the better of him. Preacher Billy sending the kids to the whorehouse was a nice start to that feud, but Boyd getting caught flatfooted by Wynn Duffy was out of character. Add to that Boyd not knowing about Arlo murdering the trustee, and this episode left Boyd on the outside. It won't take him long to get back on track, though.
-- Reid Kerr likes the comic relief so far in this season. Follow Reid on Twitter and yell at him there.