Jeffrey produces the photo that shows Gus and Webster in a conversation in the alley before his testimony. He then presents evidence that Gus knew Webster back in Chicago and was aware that he could beat a lie detector test. A recess is called and Gus confesses to Harley that he recruited Webster on purpose. Refusing to give up, Gus believes that the jury may still be on her side and wants to ride it out. But an unconvinced Harley knows that’s not enough to set her free and demands that Gus put her on the stand. Meanwhile, Olivia watches as the evidence she supplied about Gus’s late-night meeting with Webster plays out in the courtroom. When Bill questions how Jeffrey got this evidence, Olivia keeps quiet as Alan watches closely nearby. But Alan arranges for Bill to see the picture on Olivia’s cell phone, confirming for Bill that it was Olivia who betrayed Harley. Edmund’s ready to give Dinah a shot but unexpectedly finds her barely dressed. She offers to have a nurse do the procedure but Edmund puts aside his feelings and does it. After, Dinah tells Edmund that she needs to shop for maternity clothes. She’s surprised when he summons a woman from the consulate to accompany Dinah to the mall. Later, Edmund’s missing Cassie and when there is a knock on the door, he’s hopeful but finds Dinah instead, who claims she’s not well. Rick blasts Beth for her betrayal. After, Holly spots Sebastian comforting Beth and finds herself a little jealous. He insists that he’s a changed man so she proposes a deal: she’ll chronicle his return to Springfield and write about what it’s like to turn your life around. Holly maintains that her curiosity is purely journalistic but Sebastian wonders if there isn’t more to it.