Tru, unfortunately, lacked the presence of mind to ask him to let her come with him as more security or something. So she's stuck trying, and failing, to hail a cab. Her cell rings. It's that nobody Meredith again, calling up to not be there for Tru. She wanted to let Tru know that she came across some more interesting information about Andrew. He was stopped for speeding in California on the day Sarah called 911 to report the abuse. Well, at least we know The City isn't in California. Meredith points out that Sarah was the only one who claimed to have seen Andrew last night. He had "left" before the police arrived. With the help of several flashbacks for the stupid, Tru puts two and two together and realizes that Sarah is setting Harrison up to kill Andrew. She asks Meredith about the community property laws of The State. As Andrew explained earlier, Sarah would get half in a divorce. But if she had somebody kill Andrew and got away with it, she'd get everything. And Harrison would go to jail. They end the call, leaving Meredith to go back to her nonexistence in Tru's life.
And now we catch up with the opening teaser of Harrison breaking into a house. Now we know it's Sarah's house he's breaking into. We get to see the whole truth now, though. Andrew is upstairs in a bedroom, fixing Sarah's security system. Apparently she called him and begged for help, and even though these two allegedly hate each other, he came over to help her because well, because. The reason the faux-Moby music is cranked up so loud is so that Andrew can't hear Harrison beating on the door. So Harrison busts it in, like they show in the teaser, which sets off the security alert upstairs. Andrew thinks somebody just broke in. Sarah urges him to be careful. He heads out into a hallway after telling Sarah to call the police. She pretends that she is, but after he leaves the room, she hangs up the phone.