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Secrets and Lies Preview: “The Jacket” 

Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.]

As I posted on Twitter last week after Secrets and Lies ended, I think ABC just randomly cut trailers together from all of the episodes, because there have been scenes in every one of them that weren’t in the actual episode being promoted. Weird, that. Tonight’s episode, called “The Jacket” is the halfway point of the ten-episode series, and hopefully it will get us a littler closer to figuring things out. Adam Arkin, who’s handled several episodes of Justified, directs.

In “The Sister,” the episode turned out to be less about Ben’s older daughter (although there was one terrific scene where he tells her flat out, no apologies that he’s going to meddle in her life because he’s her dad),  and more about being duped by his new painting client, who’s actually a reporter, and upending the lives of his neighbors, who fled England after tragically losing their son to a misunderstanding about his health.

Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris

Here’s what we’re supposed to get tonight:  While attempting to help his neighbor’s autistic son Matt Daly, Ben stumbles upon a crucial piece of evidence related to Tom’s murder. This leads Ben to suspect the Daly family of wrongdoing and confront them regarding their involvement in the death of Tom. In doing so, yet even more secrets and lies are revealed on Chelsea Bay Drive. Meanwhile, a new threat emerges in Ben’s life, and it’s far more dangerous than he realizes.

Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris
Photo Credit: ABC/Fred Norris

And here’s a sneak peek of the actual scene that’s been in every preview (I think). Secrets and Lies airs at 9/8c tonight on ABC.

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