Tonight’s episode of “Amish Mafia,” was titled “The End is Near.” As the episode begins, the usual Dutch voiceover relates the introduction, “The Amish Church denies the existence of the Amish Mafia. To ensure the safety of innocent Amish, select re-enactments of events must be used.”
As the episode begins, Doug sees his house blow up in Blue Ball, Pennsylvania, he lost his weapons, his car and his house and this is the end of his reign. After two months went by, there was still no sign of him. Levi got a group of Amish farmers to rebuild the community. In Lancaster, Paul Castline is still keeping an eye on Levi, but he is more interested in making sure the town remains safe, and backs off. Although Doug has disappeared, Zach wants to finish what they started. He promises to bring the fires of hell to the Amish.
Caleb is determined to stop working for someone else. He plans to make his fortune with a prized bull by selling his semen. While Lancaster is returning to normal, one Amish leader is facing the biggest crisis of his life. Back in Holmes County, Ohio, Merlin is determined to defeat Sam Mullet. In the winter of 2014, the Amish world was shocked to learn that Sam Mullet could be released from prison. Merlin is aware that Sam knows things about him that could be used to earn his release from prison. If he does get out, Merlin will certainly retaliate. Sam’s followers live on a secluded compound in Bergholz, Ohio. No outsiders are allowed to enter the property, but Merlin plans to change that. The compound contains 800 acres and is extremely dangerous. When they arrive, there are signs warning visitors to keep out. Merlin is determined to have members of his compound tell how evil Sam really is. Nobody wanted to speak with him, Mary or Dena. One woman, who identified herself as one of Sam’s daughters who left the Amish, agreed to speak with him, but admitted she had been through a lot. Linda ultimately agreed to an interview along with Sam Mullet’s grandson who was also present, but they refused to talk to anyone who was English. Merlin took the camera from the producers and asked them to leave and return in a few hours.
In Blue Ball, a man came to see Alan. He told him that a man had been luring little girls into his car. The man heard that Alan is the person who can help him. Alan promised the man that he would help, and not to go to Levi any longer.
Three hours later in Ohio, and for the first time ever, Sam Mullet’s family members spoke in this exclusive interview. Johnny Mast, his 24-year-old grandson lived with him from the years he was 18-20. He treated Johnny fairly, but there were numerous women living in the house from the community. Sam was having sex with these women and even fathered a child by one of them. Linda Schrock, Sam’s daughter told Dena how her son was mistreated. They tied a rope around his arms and dragged him in the snow, from one house to another as a form of punishment. When asked if they ran the community like the mafia, Johnny told them that they kept a lot of things behind closed doors; things they would be incarcerated for in the English world. Linda was convicted of a felony because she held her mother in law against her will. Johnny told them that Sam had puppets on the outside that do his dirty work and communicate with him from prison. Linda was unsure if Sam planned to rat Merlin out, but Johnny was sure he would. If this happens, Merlin is prepared to see that he never gets out of prison.
In Paradise, Pennsylvania, while producers were on their way to meet Levi, they got a call from Caleb to meet him at his farm. Caleb’s prize bull is missing, and he felt the producers knew what happened to him. In Intercourse, Levi is having a barbeque using a lot of beef. The producers asked him if he knew anything about Caleb’s bull, and he said he did not.
In Blue Ball, Zach finally got a call from Doug. He told Zach he had a plan and not to worry. Caleb takes a look at a man’s sick horse, and hopes to help him because the man cannot afford a vet. The horse is constipated, and it could be fatal for a horse. Caleb reached in to relieve the horse and found a bag of drugs inside the horse. The man just bought the horse from one of Levi’s men. Steven Breit stated that there had been a lot of drug activity among Amish men, and in the 1980s the motorcycle group called the Pagans used Amish as couriers for their drug trafficking. Caleb now knows that Levi will pay, and he has the golden ticket in the bag.
At Sam Mullet’s resentencing, many Amish showed up in Cleveland, Ohio in support of Sam. However, Sam was sentenced to another ten years in prison, and Merlin could not be happier. In Bird-in-Hand, Alan took care of the child molester by blowing up his car. This way, he will never scare these little girls again. In Johnson County, Iowa, a huge semi truck is heading to Lancaster. Behind the wheel is Deifel Doug, who, after two months finally contacted the producers to tell his side of the story. In Holmes County, Ohio, Mary seems a bit perplexed. Now that the Sam Mullet situation is over, she has something to tell Merlin. She is fearful that he will shun her, but goes ahead anyway. She tells him how she has been bullied about her weight her whole life and is going to see a doctor to have surgery for weight-loss. Her father died because of morbid obesity, and she is afraid the same will happen to her. Merlin told her how beautiful she was, and that he will support her all the way.
In Mt. Joy, Caleb meets with the constable and shows him the drugs. However, Caleb ditched the drugs and now Castline has no evidence. He did tell Caleb that Levi had an English baby and tipped Caleb off to the house where the English woman lives. In Intercourse, Zach sees how the Amish are rebuilding their community and now feels that they do not owe the Mennonites a thing. Zach burned one of Levi’s construction sites to the ground.
In Blue Ball, Alan is taking care of problems in the community and hopes to repair his reputation therefore, his father’s as well. He is Amish-Mennonite and plans to help all members of the community. In Holmes, Ohio, Merlin has grown a beard; a sign that he is married to Mary. In Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, Caleb and the bishop showed up to confront Levi about his illegitimate child. The bishop agreed to let them film this confrontation provided they did not show his image. When the bishop comes to visit, you let him in; he has a right to look at whatever he wants. First thing he noticed, was Levi lived in a red house; a forbidden color for an Amish home. Inside, was electricity, a large-screen television, telephones and more items that were forbidden. The bishop told him he was living like an Englishman. When they walked into the baby’s room, Levi admitted he had a child, but no wife. The bishop told him that he was shunned and excommunicated, and they would find another person to conduct Amish Aid; someone who people can look up to on this final episode of “Amish Mafia.”