Elizabeth's called by the defence. She answers the questions truthfully and although Kenton's not impressed Kathy thinks she did well under the circumstances. The prosecutor's cross-questioning gives Elizabeth an opportunity to set the record straight. It's almost over. After the judge's summing up, the jury go out and the wait begins. Kathy can't believe that now it just comes down to who the jury believe.
Sid finds Jolene in quite a state. She's talked to Phil and Jill about the trial, not realising that they knew nothing about it. They just thought everyone had gone down as character witnesses - and didn't even know Kenton had gone. They were shocked but, worse than that, they were hurt that Kenton hadn't told them. Sid comforts Jolene, pointing out that it's not her fault, but it's no consolation for her. Jolene wants to warn Kathy and Kenton but Sid doesn't want to disturb them while they're waiting for the verdict.
Kathy calls to say the jury can't reach a verdict today so everyone's been sent home. Kathy's on her way back, but Sid still doesn't think it's the right time to tell her that Phil and Jill know.
Episode written by Mary Cutler.