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As Harry's criminal trial approaches, Rosie's life begins to completely fall apart. First, she and Gary get an emergency call from Hugo's school where they're told about his terrible behavior. When Rosie lashes out at the school for being "barbaric" by insisting the students sit at their desks and follow rules, and states that Harry's slap has caused Hugo post-traumatic stress, the principal bluntly tells them Hugo has been expelled. Rosie's unprofessional diagnosis of post-traumatic stress is belied when Hugo mentions how much he misses "the fun guy - Rocco's daddy" (Harry). Gary gets angry at Rosie's behavior, and when she tries to get Ritchie to turn over the photos that will show Hugo wasn't being threatening when Harry slapped him (as Harry has claimed), Ritchie and his mom both tell Rosie to leave and not come back. Harry's lawyer Thanassis asks him if they can use some damaging personal information about Rosie that his researchers found, but Harry is reluctant. However, Rosie later comes to visit Harry and asks him to accept a "no contest" plea that will result in no jail time and a small fine, and Harry turns her down saying that he needs to be exonerated in court to get his life back. After being drilled by the DA about his abusive treatment of Sandi, Harry OK's Thanassis' line of defense, which includes Gary and Rosie being too drunk to care for Hugo at the party, Rosie drinking wine then immediately breast-feeding her 7-year old son, and a time she abandoned baby Hugo by himself for hours due to post-partum depression. Gary is horrified at Rosie's treatment and tells the DA about Ritchie's photos so that he will have to produce them; at the same time, a distraught Ritchie is at home and seems to be deleting images from a video file card.
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