Opens in Perry’s office where he holds up a book THE WIDOW “sensational novel by 20 year old Deborah Dearborn." A woman calling herself a Mrs. “Seward” inquires about suing her, but Perry says proving libel is difficult: did the author know what she what she was writing was libelous and did she know her? No. Perry says libel suits are not his specialty and Mrs. “Seward" leaves, saying bye to Della at the door. Perry asks Della why she was making faces during the conversation. Della says they were contacted by someone, that a girl named Dearborn called for an appointment, but never called back. Perry recognizes that this is the author’s name. Della says the woman who just left is Stephanie Carew, she's sure of it, remember the Frederick Carew scandal? Perry does, and remembers he was murdered by his young bride, but was acquitted, the judge telling the jury "You have signally failed in your duty." Della warns if she based a book on that woman… Perry finishes, looking at the book “Then she’s the one who’s going to need our help, and lots of it.”..Read the full recap
In the scene with Stephanie at Chet Worth's pool, Stephanie is wearing dark-colored lipstick. When she asks if she can use Chet's Rolls Royce and Chet say "Which one?"all of a sudden she is wearing light-colored lipstick.