Once outside the Suffering County Courthouse, Jenny Baldwin apologizes. Bobby says, "It's okay." Apparently, in the thirty seconds between this scene and the last, Mrs. Baldwin has gotten a pretty good hold on herself and her emotions. Good to see the continuity. Again, Rod's all business; he echoes Ellenor's sentiments when she barks, "It's time to put up or shut up." Because platitudes are always best when dealing with missing children -- yawn. Orders come flying. Blah they have to go through the transcripts from the previous trials, and considering that Pearce was never charged with the kidnapping of their son, I assume he's talking about the molestation case. Jenny's going to testify first. Bobby says, "You might be attacked on memory and the fact that it happened eighteen years ago." Hey, in case anyone didn't notice -- just to make it absolutely clear, just so no one misses the truly dramatic and intense nature of this episode -- the events of the crime happened eighteen years ago. Yeah, that's right. Eighteen. That's a long time, eh? Blah Mrs. Baldwin's been playing it back for eighteen years. Like Groundhog Day gone horribly wrong. She remembers as if it were yesterday. Good thing she remembers, because I've been trying to forget it for days.
Episode Report CardRagdoll: B- | 383 USERS: B-
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