Bernard and Connie have Donna in an interview room and have her read her side of a transcript of one of her conversations with Bob. Why? Because it's dramatic. Bob watches from the other side of the glass and refuses to believe it when they tell him that Donna was pretending to be Chrissy. He has the gall to be offended that she'd do that. Cutter then brings him in and introduces them to each other, noting that each of them doesn't really resemble the photos they presented on the Internet. He's pissed, but she's all aflutter to meet him and even tries to woo him a bit. Bob is dense enough that they have to keep explaining to him that he was never speaking to Chrissy, and he goes ballistic, trying to get to her and yelling that she sent him after Eric, saying that Eric was bothering her. She's crushed that he would hate her, but I think these two crazies would make a perfect pair. Cutter tells Bob's lawyer that he might want to make a plea, so his offer is Man 1 and his testimony against her. Bob blurts out that she wanted him to kill Eric, telling him where Eric was. Cutter takes the deal, and Bob dramatically wonders, "What have I done?" You've been a gullible Internet pervert, sir.
Cutter questions Lupo on the stand, who just says what we know already, and that each time Bob sent money the same amount was then deposited in Donna's account. Donna's lawyer then gets him to say that they also arrested Bob in the murder and that he pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, but that he was the one who killed Eric with a baseball bat. From the desk, Donna eyes her lawyer like a hungry cougar. Bob then describes how he killed Eric, and Cutter than asks him what Donna said in the phone conversation they had earlier. Donna's lawyer tries to object and they argue about if it's hearsay or not until Bob interrupts them to say he can't remember, and he starts to ham it up trying to recall what they said. Donna smirks once all this starts, and Bob goes on to say that she didn't tell him anything about Eric. When Cutter recounts what he told them, about "Chrissy" threatening to never communicate with Bob again if he didn't tell Eric, Bob bluntly says that he was lying. Sneering, he says that his wife had just told him she was leaving with the kids, he hadn't slept in weeks, he'd never been to prison and he was scared and desperate. Donna practically wiggles with glee as her smile grows. Bob claims he overheard Eric at work telling someone where he'd be (though earlier Dale said that Eric hasn't said anything of the sort, because he would have been bragging if he had a date) and that the murder was all him and not Chrissy. Back at the office Cutter rails about it all but Connie notes that Bob had said Chrissy had nothing to do with it, not Donna. They realize that he's back on Planet Bob, covering up for the girl who doesn't exist, and that Donna must have gotten to him somehow. Cutter wonders how, as they're in different jails with no communication and Jack awesomely tells him he must still believe in the Easter Bunny, then says to check their cells and visitor logs and find the go-between.