The main reason that Drew so actively pursued the case against Jack was his own ill feelings toward the man who Sara left him for. While there would be a certain amount of glory in bringing down a prominent attorney, especially one connected to Thatcher Karsten, this was all about getting revenge for a broken marriage, but Jack ended up beating him to the punch by confessing to the murder of Lou Mrozek himself. Sooner or later, though, Drew is going to have to find out that the “evidence” that Thatcher brought to him was false and that Jack wasn’t the one who killed Lou, meaning that he’s going to have to decide what’s more important to him – punishing the man who he feels was responsible for the dissolution of his marriage or making Karsten pay for the crimes that he’s committed both in the boardroom and out on the streets.
Listed below are the dates, titles, and descriptions of the final three episodes of Betrayal this season.
Sunday, January 5th – “…the Karsten way.”
Jack’s confession sends shockwaves through the McAllister and Karsten families. As Elaine, Valerie, Victor and TJ come to grips with a future of Jack being in prison, the truth about Lou Mrozek’s murder finally becomes clear. Meanwhile, Sara is resolved to exonerate her lover and tries to find evidence to clear him by revisiting their past.
Sunday, January 12th – “Sharper than a serpent’s tooth…”
While Jack and Elaine struggle to navigate this turbulent time with their kids, Sara and Drew may be falling back into old habits. Meanwhile, Jack and Drew decide to put their differences aside and work together in the case against Karsten, revealing hidden truths.
Sunday, January 19th – “…A better place.”
In the aftermath of Sara’s shooting, the two families are forced to confront decisions they’ve made, as well as look to the future.
Betrayal airs Sundays at 10:00 on ABC.
Who do you think will be responsible for shooting Sara? Is she going to end up with either Drew or Jack at the end of the season? How will Jack and Drew working together against Karsten go?