So, with the help of another Red Right Hand member, Kaz ties Will up.
Then she leaves him there, where he is eventually rescued by Officer Jake, who promises not to tell Vera. Obviously, in the next couple episodes, we are all going to learn why Officer Jake is a very bad man to owe a favor.
But attacking Will is the least damaging thing Kaz does this week, as you and I well know.
First, Doreen goes to Bea to apologize for ever sitting next to The Freak. But Bea tells her it wasn’t just Joan, it was the entire Imaginary Feminist Army. Bea includes Allie in this list, though it’s clear that even voicing her suspicion causes her immeasurable pain.
Armed with this information, Bea’s crew gang up on Allie in the showers, though luckily Liz defuses the situation before Boomer can inflict any permanent damage on Our Favorite Face.
Allie then confronts Kaz, demanding to know if she was a part of Bea’s attempted assassination. When she learns the truth, her face just collapses, as she realizes what this means for her future with Bea. This reaction does not go unnoticed by Kaz, who finally realizes that her second-in-command has been consorting with the enemy. (Never mind that Bea isn’t the enemy anymore; to Kaz, a betrayal is a betrayal.)
So Kaz herself goes to Bea’s cell on a diplomatic mission, to apologize for her many sins against Bea. She apologizes for believing Joan, for helping to orchestrate her murder, oh, and for forcing Allie to pretend to be in love with her.
When Kaz tells that horrible, hateful lie about Allie, Bea’s face and our hearts do exactly the same thing.