It's nighttime at some place. RevCam and Griffith are waiting in a hallway. Griffith remarks that "they" have been "in there" for a long time, and he's starting to lose his nerve. "It's embarrassing. Humiliating, even," he says. Declares, even. RevCam tells Griffith that there's no reason for him to be ashamed, and he will help Griffith get help from someone who "specializes in sexual abuse." It's nice that they actually said what was going on. I was afraid they were going to avoid saying what actually happened for the entire episode, or that, even worse, they would make up some sanitized, non-offensive euphemism for it like they did with sex and "adult relations." Griffith is afraid that his dad will be cleared of all charges, but RevCam says he doesn't think anyone will be very "sympathetic" to him. I didn't think that's how our system of justice works, RevCam. When you think about it, Griffith's worry that his dad will be acquitted is a valid one, considering that the bulk of the evidence in the case is his children's words against his. RevCam tells Griffith that he didn't do anything wrong over and over again. Why is RevCam even there, anyway?
Gracie, the CPS lady, and some other woman are having a meeting. Unknown woman, who is revealed to be Mrs. Miller, says she "doesn't know" if she can go through with everything. CPS lady uses RevCam's patented brand of ESP-by-way-of-reading-ahead-in-the-script to know that Mrs. Miller was also sexually abused when she was a child. Mrs. Miller says that her father did, in fact, abuse her. Oh, that's great. Mrs. Miller thought being sexually abused was so awesome that she let it happen to her children, too. Ugh. CPS lady explains how the upcoming proceedings against Mr. Miller will go: Mrs. Miller will probably be ordered not to have any contact with her husband (why?), or her children, or her alcohol. Because she's an alcoholic, by the way. Didn't you know? I guess you should have read ahead in the script to understand what was going on, like everyone else apparently did. Gracie asks where she's going tonight, hoping it's not with her horrible mother. CPS lady says she can either live with a relative or a foster family RevCam found. And yeah, I guess it's pretty weird that the CPS doesn't have foster homes already lined up, but, after recently seeing the foster homes some of those kids end up in, maybe it's better that they use RevCam's references. Then again, those foster parents in New Jersey who allegedly starved their four male charges were regular church-goers, and their pastor came out in total support of them on 60 Minutes, so I don't know. But let's not confuse one horrible topic with another. This show is about sexual abuse, not bad foster homes.