After Tilly reveals Evan's affairs to her, Marigold confronts her husband, hamstrings and leaves him to bleed to death.
Tilly walks to the school house, which brings back memories of being bullied at school by a boy who also threatened to kill her and her mother. (Coarse language.)
Molly criticises Tilly for working too hard to impress other people in the town and suggests she'll never be accepted by the community.
Tilly offers to make Gertrude the most striking girl in the room if she'll confesses she let a bully know where she was hiding many years ago.
Teddy and Tilly contemplate what it means to be a part of the community and to each other.
Gertrude makes an entrance in the dress Tilly made her, revealing a makeover that stuns the Dungatar townsfolk at the dance.
Tilly returns home to Dungatar and asks her mother if the reason she's cursed is because she'd committed a murder as a child, the memory of which she'd repressed.
Stewart's mother recalls how she lost her son and grieves because she thinks noone remembers him.
Armed with her former teacher's witness statement, Tilly confronts the woman who told everyone she was a killer.
Molly tells Tilly about Tilly's father, Stewart's father Evan, and that he sent Tilly away to punish Molly.
Teddy drags Tilly around the side of the school house to help her remember what happened on the day Stewart died.
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