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In court, the prosecutor says that the video surveillance shows Ann going to and from Harris’ home. The detective testifies that the because of this the shooting was premeditated and deliberate. How is Lou letting this shit get by? Just because she drove there? Was she supposed to angrily run to his house for it to be sudden? The forensic doctor testifies that the single gunshot is indicative of an execution. Note to self, if you ever have to shoot someone, make sure you unload every damn bullet into them so you don’t look as guilty.
During his travels, Drew not-so-shockingly gets pulled over by a cop. Clyde is lurking around the corner in a completely non-suspicious way. The cop asks for a certification stamp. Drew plays dumb and tells the cop that he just drives. The cop looks at the manifest and it shows that there should be car parts. The cops open up the boxes and they are filled with purses and shoes. Don’t worry – Drew isn’t a cross dresser, he is just smuggling goods. The cops arrest him, which I’m guessing will trigger that morals clause.
Lou doesn’t do a very good job prepping Sue Ellen and Pam for the stand. They testify that Ann was gentle and kind. That there was no way Ann could have done it. They sound like the neighbor of a serial killer that is shocked that they lived next door to a murderer. During the trial, Drew makes his one phone call to Elena so she has to leave. He tells her he thought the job was legit, but she doesn’t seem to buy it.
Next, JR confronts John Ross in the bathroom. Because that’s not strange at all. JR tells John Ross that Sue Ellen said to forgive him. John Ross doesn’t want his forgiveness, but JR points out that he doesn’t want his wrath either. John Ross gets the call from Clyde about Drew. JR knew about the morals clause the whole time.
Back in court, Harris is called to the stand. He testifies that he just wanted Ann to settle down. He says that Ann had left Emma alone and that he and mommy lived in fear for Emma. He says that he just wanted to protect Emma. During a recess, Bobby asks Ann if any of what Harris said was true. She says some of it and Bobby doesn’t seem to approve. Ann wants to go on the stand to tell everyone her side of it. When she is called, she tells everyone how nobody paid attention to her until Harris. Nobody is surprised at the fact that mommy suffocated him, but Harris said that Ann was good for him. After that, mommy started to interfere and Ann couldn’t do anything right. Harris started trying to control her and Ann realized the marriage was a mistake. When she was pregnant, she felt trapped. She had postpartum depression and was put on meds. She didn’t leave Emma alone; she left her with Judith (mommy) so that Ann could see a divorce lawyer. At the fair, Ann looked away for a moment and Emma was gone. After the never-ending testimony, I honestly didn’t know if it was supposed to make Ann look better or worse. Way to go Lou.