Sybil's Place. Lucy explains the sting operation to the poor woman. She doesn't know. "It's totally your decision." Pause. "And I understand if you say no." Pause. Blah fear blah. This is the only way. She'll get her apology and she'll get to put him in jail. Sybil wants to make sure Lucy will be there every step of the way. Of course she will -- she could lose her job, because this "isn't exactly" what rape counselors are supposed to do, but higher justice calls, and Lucy's there to answer. Ah, bonding, blah.
Suffering County Courthouse. Against all odds, Bobby has gotten the shrink onto the stand. The shrink, of course, refutes the idea that his client was suicidal. But go Team Katie D-Fence, because Rod does get the shrink to admit that Bernard was having an affair with a third woman around the time of his murder. Rod asks, "Who?" The shrink says, "His secretary, Michelle Farrell." Michelle Farrell rolls her eyes. Damn. She didn't want to be found out. Wow. Bernard was a real womanizer, eh? Mrs. Potter looks behind her toward Michelle. Damn. I'll bet she didn't know about that either. Bobby: "When did Mr. Potter's affair with Ms. Farrell end?" Kenny objects, and is overruled. Bobby asks the question again. The shrink says about a week before his death, and Bobby thanks him. Kenny has no questions. Rod re-calls the secretary. Walsh wants some time, and the judge decides to break for the day.
Operation Sybil. Detective Mike reassures Lucy that if anything happens, he and his team will be in within three seconds. Lucy quips, "Okay. Well, I'll be out in three seconds so don't worry." She walks into a family-type restaurant and spies the rapist collecting dishes behind a counter. Lucy walks over to him and introduces herself. He pauses. "I'm a counselor for the elderly woman you raped." Macklin -- apparently, that's his name -- pretends to not know what Lucy is talking about. But she thinks he does understand, and continues on with her conversation: "She made you in a police line-up yesterday." Blah she's keeping it to herself, blah she's a Christian woman, blah she believes in forgiveness blah. Well, here's the plan -- Macklin's got to show up tomorrow afternoon and tell Sybil that he's sorry or else she'll go to the police. With that, Lucy leaves a stunned Macklin behind as she boots it out of that restaurant.
Rod's Place. Ah, he and Lindsay are in bed. They're talking shop while she applies some cream to her elbows. Lindsay thinks that accusing the secretary of the crime seems a little desperate. But the case is desperate, blah Katie didn't do so well on the stand, blah overcoat blah. Lindsay: "Well, did you ask her what she did with the overcoat?" No, he accepts the version she put forth on the stand. In private, did he ask her? No. He believes that she threw it out. This causes Lindsay to ask, "Are you involved with her, Bobby?" Rod answers by being stunned: "What?" Lindsay stutters, says it might just be her "hormones," but she thinks something is going on. Rod can't get past the fact that Lindsay believes something is going on. Then she apologizes, kisses him goodnight, and rolls over and goes to sleep. That's correct. She rolls over and goes to sleep. To sleep. After accusing her husband of cheating on her. She rolls. Over. And. Goes. To. Sleep. In any normal relationship, there would have been, at the very least, a heated argument, followed by one or the other partner sleeping on the couch. There would have been no rolling over. There would have been no going to sleep. There would have been accusations and screaming. Blah Bobby sits looking at his wife, blah he feels pangs of guilt for his feelings, blah musical overload blah.