The truth about the fatal night is finally revealed, what happened and why? In the current time-line, Noah is forced to make a decision.

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Max Cadman (credit only)
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Whitney Solloway (credit only)
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Martin Solloway (credit only)
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The truth about the fatal night is finally revealed, what happened and why? In the current time-line, Noah is forced to make a decision.

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20 December 2015 (USA)  »

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Alison Bailey: Uh I have to tell you something. Can you just sit down, please?
Noah Solloway: Okay, now you're scaring me. Are you sick or something?
Alison Bailey: I don't know how to say this, Noah.
Noah Solloway: Tell me what it is.
Alison Bailey: I don't know who Joanie's father is.
Noah Solloway: What? I don't understand.
Alison Bailey: I, um I slept with Cole right around the time I got pregnant.
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House of the Rising Sun
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Performed by Colin Donnell
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Scotty's Swan Song
3 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Scotty's rendition of The House Of The Rising Sun is a shining moment, his whole story is expressed in one last song brilliantly. The Affair is one of those love or hate melodramas, or never ending "sugar" storm, as Helen explains that has that inexplicable power to get under fans skin. Ep 4 was especially good story telling. I'm a big fan keeping my fingers crossed the writing continues to evolve. I love the story being told from different POVs. Plus the technique of telling a story "backwards" is intriguing. Now that Scott is dead and we know how, I wonder if they are going to change. I hope not. There's still Max and Whitly waiting in the wings, ready to explode. BTW where was Whitney while her father was on trial for murdering the first love of her life? Also, what about Max throwing his best friend under the bus? Max is obviously on some kind of a downward spiral, based on the way he looked when Noah visits him. Self consumed Noah doesn't even notice. Hmmmmmmm I wonder what that's all about? I'm not allowed to use swear words in my review. Apologies if I Whitly's name wrong.


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