- On her way home, Libby tries to rationalize her memories of murderer-Ben with her new feelings toward her brother—and her belief that he's innocent.
- At home, Libby makes a Velveeta and mustard sandwich—the lunch of champions—and calls the Bert Nolan Home, a home for men where Runner is supposed to be.
- Libby leaves a message with Mr. Bert Nolan himself for her dad to contact her.
- Libby then calls her aunt Diane, who she lived with and treated terribly for years after the murder—totaling her car, stealing credit cards, even killing her dog. Yikes.
- Diane doesn't answer, so Libby leaves a message on the machine.
- Then Libby meets with Lyle and fills him in on what Ben said.
- Lyle suggests Libby meet with Magda, who runs the Free Day Society, a group full of women who want to get Ben out of prison.
- Remembering Ben's tattoo, Libby asks if Lyle has heard of a girlfriend, like Sally or Polly or Molly—but he hasn't.
- Lyle shares his murder theory with Libby: he thinks Lou Cates did it. Lou is Krissi's dad. Krissi is the girl Ben was accused of molesting, even though he was never prosecuted for it.
- Lou Cates was in jail for manslaughter when he was younger, so Lyle thinks it's a likely theory.
- Libby agrees to speak to Krissi Cates's mother and find out whatever she can.
- Libby calls, and Krissi's mom answers. She tells Libby where to find Krissi: at a strip club on I-70.