so that I couldn't see through you
to see what this performance is all about.
Sam felt it, too.
But you know what? I'm done with it.
I'm done with it! I want the truth!
好吧 问吧 你想要什么实话
All right, go ahead. You want the truth?
Go ahead and ask me.
When did you start sleeping with Nate?
He was one of the detectives on my case.
We met up at the courthouse the next day, had drinks.
And that was after Sam was sleeping with Lila.
When did you find out about Lila?
Three months ago.
You told the police it was after he'd already disappeared.
I was already representing Rebecca when I saw the photos,
him on Lila's phone,
and I did everything I could to cover his tracks.
I got rid of evidence.
I did things that would have ruined my practice,
got me arrested.
I tried to help him, Hannah.
You know, all this time,
I was praying that you were hiding him somewhere,
that all of this vilifying him in public,
this avoiding me was just a ruse,
that you were covering, that you had him someplace safe.
That's not true, is it?
Hey, guess what I bought on the way home.
It's, uh, a CD of ocean sounds.
Apparently, if you play it,
you dream of oceans and mermaids,
and you don't have nightmares
where dead people chase you through the woods.
Wes, we have a real nightmare.
The human remains were found
one week ago at the landfill.
And although police have yet to come forward
with a public statement,
our sources tell us the body belongs
to Middleton University Professor Sam Keating,
Reported missing by his wife on December the 13th.
Mr. Keating is also wanted for questioning
in the murder investigation of Lila Stangard.
Right now, police are still
trying to determine the cause...