Catherine looks down on Betty, which Betty notices. Norman tries to support her, but Betty still leaves the Harrington house. She next goes to doctor Rossi, but he is at Connie's bookstore. There, he arranges a date with Connie. When he's back at his office, Betty tells him she hasn't told Rodney she has lost the baby. Michael persuades her to tell the truth to Rodney. After she leaves, Laura tries to figure out why Rodney and Betty got married and tells to Michael she thinks he knows the reason. He leaves for his date with Connie and takes him to his home, which once belonged to the Carson family. Connie is nervous, because she is in the house where Elizabeth Carson was murdered. Michael asks about it, and Connie says she was murder by her husband. She doesn't want to talk about it anymore and decides to leave. Meanwhile, Betty tells her father she feels guilty about lying to Rodney, but he tells her it's a good thing. They are interrupted by Rodney, who takes Betty for dinner.