When Reva realizes that someone has taken the legal papers she had Jeffrey draw up against Edmund, she goes to confront Jonathan who is fooling around with Dinah. Alone with Reva, Jonathan refuses to apologize, insisting that he’s only doing what Reva didn’t have the guts to do. Meanwhile, Cassie is devastated to learn that Edmund started the fire in the barn that almost killed RJ. She tracks down Jeffrey and demands to know if the charges against Edmund are true. Jeffrey admits the truth to Cassie but also explains that is was Reva, not him, that drew up the papers. He urges her to talk things out with her husband but a confused and angry Cassie isn’t sure that she can. Meanwhile, Edmund has discovered that Cassie left her hotel suite but on his way to find her, Dinah stalls him. Later, Edmund and Cassie finally come face to face. Meanwhile, a hopeful Dinah is shut down by Jeffrey who tells her that she is un-lovable. Things look up for Harley when Frank reveals a surprise witness, Webster, who says he saw Phillip alive after Harley as Ruth left Company the night of the murder. The court adjourns to consider this and Harley reels over the possibility that she may not have killed Phillip after all. Alone with Gus, she admits that she lied about remembering the shooting to protect Zach. But, Gus is shocked when she says she still won’t change her plea and risk Zach’s future until she’s certain the new witness is viable. Meanwhile, Coop believes that with the appearance of this new witness, Harley’s future is looking brighter and so is his future with Lizzie. But, Alan’s ongoing feud with the Coopers and his need to protect his family threatens to get in the way.