Jessica wakes up to a disturbance. She leaves her room to find Duncan Idaho skunk drunk on spice beer and making a right fool of himself.
Jessica attempts to calm Idaho down, but only Montana can do that. He's too far gone.
Yueh arrives and attempts to make the man drink some caffeine and get his footing back, but Idaho refuses.
When Jessica steps in, Idaho claims he doesn't take orders from a Harkonnen spy. Whoopsie.
Angry but poised, Jessica demands he sleep it off in his room. Then she orders Hawat to meet her in her sitting room.
There, Hawat and Jessica have a face to face.
Jessica demands to know if Hawat is a Harkonnen agent. Hawat is insulted. Now you know how she feels, buddy.
Jessica also senses there's a traitor among them, so they try to figure out who it is. Idaho? No. Gurney? Certainly not. Yueh? Can't be. He's under Imperial Conditioning.
Jessica and Hawat are left puzzled.
Jessica suggests the traitor may be a red herring, an idea meant to tear them apart by having them tear at each other. Then, just maybe, the Harkonnens are planning to attack with lasguns.
But Hawat won't risk it. He stays pretty angry, so Jessica tries to show him how his emotional involvement is jeopardizing his mission.
Hawat fights back, citing Jessica's Bene Gesserit training and the fact that Leto never married her as proof of her untrustworthiness. That's a word, right? No?
Jessica shows some of her Bene Gesserit training to Hawat by completely outthinking him. She notes Hawat's blind spots in his logic, and how she could have made the Duke a puppet for her whenever she chose to.
Hawat is flabbergasted at the Bene Gesserit's power, but he's not completely convinced she isn't a Harkonnen spy. In fact, her power would only make her more dangerous if she were. Dude just doesn't give up.
Still, Hawat admires Jessica all the more now.
Jessica dismisses Hawat, knowing she'll see proper actions from him.