Cut to Tru's apartment. She and Harrison enter in the middle of an argument. Harrison is mad because she went to Sarah's place and hassled her. He says Sarah called her in tears, thinking Tru hated her. Tru insists that she doesn't. She wants to Harrison to trust her. She says she knows what she's doing, but then doubts herself. Good use of "smell the fart" acting there, Eliza. Harrison exposits that she made more sense when she said she was talking to dead people. So Harrison went from totally believing her in the pilot, to being skeptical in the second episode, to deriding her over it in the third. He calls Tru a hypocrite because she slept with Professor Donutface and blah blah blah zzzzzzzz. Nobody cares, nobody cares, nobody cares. We didn't care when it happened, and we're certainly not going to care when it gets spit out after the fact as awkward exposition in an argument. Harrison thinks Tru is jealous of his happiness. He calls her selfish. Whatever. They argue some more. He leaves. If I were Tru, I'd seriously reconsider the idea of saving him. Tough love, Tru! It's not just for Dr. Phil and D.A.R.E.!
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Tru heads back to Andrew's boat and sneaks aboard. She searches around, and Andrew catches her just as she finds a camera with a great big lens. She says she has some questions for Andrew. Andrew says she better ask quickly, because he's calling the police. He thinks Sarah is paying Tru to dig up dirt to "force [his] hand" in granting her a divorce. Again, why would she need to? Which state is it that the man can prevent a divorce? Did Tru perhaps go back in time to the '50s? I know a divorce can be contested by one side, but this is just ridiculous. And yet I'm still giving the episode a "B-." As Andrew calls 911 on his cell, he blathers that he and Sarah have been playing this "game" for some time. Trying to stop him from calling in the cops, Tru insists that she's there to help Andrew, not Sarah. He wants to know what she'll help him with. She responds that she'll help him see tomorrow. He hangs up the phone and asks her if that's a threat. Because you'll want to disconnect from 911 if you think a burglar in your home is threatening to kill you. Yeah, Andrew deserves to die, too. Just cut 'em loose, Tru. There's "innocent" and then there's "too stupid to live." She says she's not threatening him. She wants to know why he's having Sarah followed. He reacts in disbelief. He's not having her followed. Tru asks him why won't he grant her a divorce. Because she married him for the money, Andrew explains. If they get divorced, she gets half. Oh, I wasn't aware that this was a valid reason in the courts for refusing to allow a divorce. They're called pre-nups, dude. Marry in haste, repent in leisure. Okay, fine. I just dropped the grade down to "C+." Clearly my spleen has been so overused that it's not thinking clearly. Andrew realizes that Sarah's trying to turn people against him to make him look awful. He insists he's never abused Sarah or any other woman. He orders Tru to leave before he changes his mind.