The Spitfire Grill

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Percy Talbott (Alison Elliott) comes to the town of Gilead after serving time for some unknown crime, which, of course, piques the curiosity of everyone because they're stereotypical, small-town hicks straight from central casting.

Is it just me or does every backwoods, rural, two-bit town in America have an innocent-looking woman walking around who's hiding some deep, dark secret? In fact, this is such a common Hollywood occurrence that Las Vegas keeps odds on what the secret actually is:

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