In absence of his old lady, Raylan Givens has thrown himself into his work. This would be a good time to duck and cover, Kentucky; I don't think single life is agreeing with him.
"The Man Behind the Curtain" was basically a character convention — with the floor packed with arrivals of faces both familiar and new. Like most episodes this season, it didn't feel like a ton happened: Guys drove around, threatened one another, broached the idea of collaborating, and threatened each other some more when that didn't work out.
This was a rather dizzying episode, so rather than take it scene by scene, let's take it character by character: