Things seem to fall to Hell for The Cryers as Rachel and her officers prepare to arrest Wyatt, but Jim sends them on a wild goose chase through his home. They find Wyatt in the kitchen. Jim turns the television on to the news revealing Norman Hewens has confessed to Wyatt’s crime. Rachel receives a phone call just the information airs and they reluctantly release Wyatt. Everyone is amazed is Jim has saved his son. At her home, Hanna is taken aback by the news of Wyatt’s innocence. Jim tells Wyatt to move on from his past and this incident. Wyatt asks his mother how did he do it. She simply pretends nothing has happened. Dr. Liston arrives to speak with Amanda.
Katheryn tells the doctors her concerns about Amanda. He promises to speak to her and her parents leave them alone to talk. In his study, Jim fixes himself a stiff drink. Kathern questions how he got Wyatt off. She thanks him for saving their son by insulting him first concerning his actions and marriage vows, but praises him for being a good father. She warns him however, he has “protected them right into insanity.” Jim simply fixes himself another a drink and leaves his study. At the campaign office, Landon sends Carlos to The Cryers’ home with paperwork. Landon apologizes to Jeffrey when he arrives to see his father and asks to see him again. The latter rebuffs his advances. In David’s office, Jeffrey and his father have a heart to heart. David questions him about how he met Landon. Jeffrey apologizes for “embarassing” him and being a disappointment to him. However, David corrects him and tells him he is not an embarrassment. He tells him that him being gay is just a characteristic and that he does not care about his sexuality. He even offers to get to know Landon. He repeats how much he loves him and tells him to give Veronica some time. Jeffrey tells him she is blackmailing him with the Sedan and that he cannot be free until he gets the car from her.