At first, I was on the fence about Mulligan's sudden change of heart about Wiley, considering how they last parted ways. He's never really seemed the sympathetic type to me, but perhaps this is where we see some late game character development? Guilt about bullying the kid of the group, or maybe even a concern that it was Mulligan who pushed him over the edge. Excited to see how it plays out.
Sure, Mulligan had a problem (or two, or three...) with Wiley, but to see how his family is dealing with this situation is just- well, just wrong. Mulligan might not actually care about Wiley, but he cares about a "proper send-off." (Just my two cents.)