During his search, Ellis is asked by another street person to check on her daughter Moonstar, who is also living on the street.
Gianni recognizes the opening notes of Paganini’s “The Moses Fantasy” and Guastafeste shows him an antique gold box engraved with Moses on Mount Sinai that Villeneuve had stored in the hotel safe.
Willow’s best friend Kaylee and three others have already opened textile boutiques in Threadville, to the dismay of some of the locals, who are concerned that women will soon vastly outnumber the men.
Worried about making ends meet in her new endeavor, Willow applies for a building permit to renovate the tiny cottage at the back of her property next to the creek.
Ellis has mostly come to terms with his changed circumstances, and enjoys the isolation that keeps his violent streak in check.
While digging up his garden, he discovers a severed hand wearing a unique ring.