Inside, Andrew tries to get her liquored up as he asks her about the book. Tru wonders if he really cares about the book. I can't imagine anybody caring about a book about your harbor. He admits that he doesn't care. Tru notes a picture of Andrew with Sarah, and comments on it. Andrew explains that she's his wife. Tru brings up divorce. Turns out they're not divorced -- just separated. So when Marco 2.0 said they were divorced yestertoday, it was for the sole purpose of not giving away this plot "twist." You know, there are ways to keep these twists secret without violating your own continuity. Marco 2.0 probably didn't have to explain the relationship at all for us to draw our own conclusions, and then you avoid these stupid mistakes. Anyway, Andrew and Sarah are not in fact exes.
Tru is back to walking everywhere again. She's among the teeming masses on the sidewalks of The City when her phone rings. It's poor Lindsay, who has been abandoned by Tru, along with the rules of good storytelling and characterization. She's sitting alone in the café, hoping that if she wishes hard enough, she'll become a character on Sex and the City. Tru says they'll talk later, but encourages her to resist the "three date" rule, claiming that it was invented by men to get women into bed. No, I believe that's the "one date" rule, or perhaps even the "let's just get some Chinese take-out and go back to my place" rule. Lindsay hangs up and rolls her eyes.
Cut to Tru meeting with Sarah in her kitchen. She wants to know why Sarah didn't tell Harrison she's still married. Sarah appears to be preparing a salad in a colander. No, I haven't the slightest idea. Does this show even have a director? Sarah non-answers that just because she doesn't have divorce papers, it doesn't mean they have an actual marriage anymore. Tru asks if she knows anybody who would want to hurt Andrew. Sarah says, "People don't hurt Andrew. Andrew hurts them." Let me toss that into my television crime-drama-speak translator: "Me! Me, me, me! Me! I want to kill that bastard!" Sarah tells Tru that she married young and blah blah blah abuse-cakes. Tru doesn't actually understand what she's saying at first. How thick do you have to be that when somebody talking about a troubled relationship and says, "I thought I deserved it," you don't immediately conclude abuse of some sort? Sarah actually has to list a bunch of synonyms for "my husband beats me" for Tru to get it. Man, suddenly I'm in the worst Lifetime movie ever. She says she got the courage to leave Andrew a year ago, and she thought that was the hardest part, but apparently not. Tru asks, "He won't divorce you?" Sarah says no: "Giving up control doesn't really appeal to Andrew." Since when does he have to agree to it? Can't she just go to court and force it? Otherwise all abused wives would be stuck in their relationships forever. Why am I giving this episode a "B-" again? Grade inflation, I guess. It's like giving a bad student a much better grade on a paper because at least all the sentences have subjects and verbs this time. Sarah pulls an envelope out of a kitchen drawer full of photos taken of her with Harrison. She claims Andrew took them. She says she didn't tell Harrison because she didn't want to scare him off. She insists that she loves him. Tru says she loves Harrison, too.