Despite Blake’s protests, Reva and Holly air another live TV show called “Wrongfully Accused” so Holly can clear her name. Before taping, Reva recalls the sixth sense feeling she had when confronting Olivia, and wonders if Olivia is innocent. As the show starts to air, Reva explores the issue. At the end of the show, Blake points out that if Olivia didn’t do it, the stalker would probably have called in, and since he didn’t, Olivia is most likely guilty of the charges. Edmund recommends that Alexandra rethink what she is doing to Alan. Danny tells Cassie that he and Gus may be brothers. Cassie shares her reservations about attending Edmund’s gala for Richard’s library. Danny encourages her by listing all the positives of attending. Cassie clears the air with Danny about her crush on him from weeks earlier, and they resolve to just be business partners. She informs him that Michelle was looking for him earlier. Later, Edmund goes to see Cassie at the Beacon. She is outraged when she learns he is the one trying to book a formal dinner at the Beacon. She berates him for trying to manipulate her, but finally relents and lets him hold the dinner at the Beacon. Cassie reasons she will allow the dinner because it is good for the hotel. Gus confronts Sister Lucia, the nun he knew from his childhood, asking for answers about his birth mother. Lucia dodges Gus’ questions. Ultimately, Lucia refuses to answer everything and Gus knows he must continue searching for answers. Later, Danny tries to contact Michelle just as Michelle is trying to call him. Michelle admits to Ed that she may have been too harsh in pushing away Danny’s love, and that she is almost ready to try again. Ed keeps his disapproval to himself, but urges Michelle to be careful.