Confident over the coaching he gave Cedric, Squire talks with his lawyer to review their case. Grandpap and his lawyer begin to worry that Cedric’s witness might be made to twist facts in Squire’s favor.
In the courtroom, Lum shares with Abner that he caught wind of Cedric’s plans to go on tthe witness stand. Will they need to worry about a hostile witness? Or having their words twisted against them?
The judge enters. Will Cedric double cross Lum and Abner? Will the coaching pay off, or just muddy the waters and confuse the matter further?