Court is in session, and so far setbacks have ruled the day. As they wait, Abner talks to Lum about the admirable way Lizabeth can plow a field. Their lawyer, Mr Walford, seems more interested in his racing forms than in defending their case. Not to mention he’s kind of chummy with Squire.
Today its Abner’s turn to take the witness stand. How will Abner do against the legal scrutiny? Will their legal questions get himtripped up, or will Abners answers get the court confused?
Will things go badly again today? Will Abner’s testimony hurt the case like Lum’s did? Maybe he can undo Lum’s mistake. Or not.
PS: In being sworn in, Abner gives his middle name. Has he ever done that before? he claims it’s Finnly.