Camping Out - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Camping Out - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Cassie and Cody enjoy some campfire food during a flashback on the latest Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Moving Forward - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Moving Forward - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Jenny and Cassie move forward with their investigation and use their strengths to their advantage on Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Looking Over His Shoulder - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Looking Over His Shoulder - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Helen continues to be suspicious of Ronald and peers over his shoulder during Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Truck Stop - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Truck Stop - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Cassie visits the truck stop to gather information and meets a woman there on Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Working Together - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Working Together - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Jenny reaches out to the sheriff for help with her investigation into the missing girls on Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Laughs By Firelight - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Laughs By Firelight - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Cassie and Cody share laughs as they sit by the fire during a flashback on Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Cassie At Home - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Cassie At Home - Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4

Cassie looks unamused, as she spends some time at home with her dad and son during Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4.
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Making Headlines - Big Sky

Making Headlines - Big Sky

The girls' disappearance makes headlines on Big Sky. "Unfinished Business" is the is the fourth episode of the show's first season.
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Big Sky Season 1 Episode 4 Quotes

Helen: Do you have something to do with those missing girls, Ronald?
Ronald: How dare you.
Helen: I would hope you would be counted on to do the right thing. I will do the right thing. Trust that.
Ronald: Sometimes doing the right thing has to give way to doing what's necessary. I will do what's necessary.

Oh, sweetheart, I continue to believe there's more good in you than bad. But the day I come to believe otherwise, that there's more bad in you than good, that's a terrible day for me. For you.

Helen [to Ronald]