Last week we found that Willa was apparently back – and one DNA test later, it is proved. She is Willa, the elder Earp and technically he heir. So we have two
This is noted by Dolls but Wynonna is more emotionally broken by the knowledge that her sister was alive for this time and they stopped looking for her – Gus steps up for some excellent comfort for the very conflicted Wynonna.
In fact the whole emotional conflict over Willa’s return and her returning memories (which is, perhaps, awfully fast tracked) is really well done.
Waverley is somewhat excluded and self-conscious because Willa and Wynonna have a lot of history and bonding while Waverley was very young. Waverley feels definitely pushed out and isolated as Wynonna and Willa grow close together (with Dolls providing support)
While Wynonna deals with the fact that Willa was trained. Willa was prepared. Willa was taught by her dad. Wynonna had none of that and generally went through hell dealing with it since then. She’s conflicted with both resentment and imposter syndrome.
While Willa – well she gets her memories back awfully quickly and adapts even more quickly to going from hippy to revenant hunter. She also comes with disturbing revelations that seem to confirm that their dad did indeed expect the Revenant attack
He was also a bit of an arsehole when training Willa
With her new found fighting instinct Willa decides to kill a Revenant in a bar, get in a bar fight with Wynonna and rage at Dolls and Wynonna for trying to be subtle rather than all kill happy in the street. Willa sees them as hunters and Revenants as things to kill. She doesn’t see innocent bystanders at all