In the second season of the Bloodline series we are introduced to a small-time crook Ozzy, who wants to earn some easy money from the Rayburn family: when John Rayburn starts his Sheriff campaign, Ozzy decides to approach them saying that "he knows things that could harm his campaign". He gets paid, but of course, that is not enough.
Unknowingly to Ozzy, Rayburns have a connection with a shady businessman Roy, who is actively supporting John's campaign. Roy decides that Ozzy is a liability and orders a hit on Ozzy. Lucky bastard manages to kill the hitman... but then Ozzy comes back and tries to reach directly to Roy. They arrange a meeting in a public place, but instead of Roy, two muscular guys show up and invite Ozzy for a drive. But this time, Ozzy is prepared - he pulls a gun on the would-be kidnappers and... shots himself in the head.
Why the hell did he do that? He is the "I'm smarter than everyone" type of a guy and this time, he actually might be right. He could run away, cry for help or simply shoot the (apparently unarmed) guys. Does his earlier visit in the church (and looking for an apparently non-existing priest) have anything to do with that?