Knowing this could be her final day of freedom, Harley seeks out those she holds dear. Watching them from a distance, she observes the precious moments, knowing they are going to have to last her a long time. But when she sits down to write a “Dear John” note to Gus, he catches her and confronts her about her desire for him to move on. She insists it’s what’s right but neither of them really believe it, and when he shows up at court she doesn’t send him away. Later, when she stands before the judge ready to take her deal, she’s stunned when everyone else shows up and she realizes she has to say out loud that she killed Phillip. Harley’s ready to change her plea when Frank arrives. He reveals that a new witness has turned up, one who will swear that Phillip was alive when Harley left Company that fateful night. Edmund continues to hide Cassie from everyone else, determined to protect her, until her IVF procedure is concluded. But his attempts to keep her isolated bother Cassie, especially when she realizes he is treating her more like a prisoner than a patient. Meanwhile, Reva is preparing to have the charges filed against Edmund for what he did to Jeffrey in the barn. Jonathan gets a look at the legal papers and urges Reva not to wait, but Reva insists she needs more time to consider it. Jonathan takes matters into his own hands and steals the papers from Reva. Later, as Reva realizes that Jonathan pulled a switch with the papers, Cassie comes to Beacon looking for Reva and finds a surprising fax instead.