Quentin is standing over Mrs. Ward's dead body when Trask walks in. Quentin says he didn't do anything, and Trask tells him that he'll pay for this death, too.
Daphne comes into the drawing room and Gerard points out that he's the new master of Collinwood. She points out that he enjoys upsetting everyone. He tells her that he'd like to explain. She says he took advantage of Quentin. He assures her that the truth is different. He says he will relinquish everything to Quentin when he returns. He adds that when Quentin returns, he will leave Collinsport, and she will go with him. She says that will never happen as Desmond walks in. Desmond says Samantha wants Gerard to stay away from Tad. Gerard says Tad is the only friend he has in Collinwood. Trask arrives at the house and says that Quentin has killed the jailer's wife with witchcraft. Desmond says that's ridiculous. Desmond says he'll go to Quentin to get the truth.
Gerard tells Trask he doesn't want the taint of witchcraft around Collinwood. He says rather than running around repeating what Trask says, he thinks it will be better for him to remain in the dark shadows.
Quentin asks Desmond if he thinks someone is really using witchcraft to frame him. Quentin says Trask isn't just claiming he's guilty of murder — he wants him to be charged with witchcraft.
Gerard tells Trask that Gabriel must feel important to be responsible for his father's funeral. Trask asks if he'll be at the inquest tomorrow, and Gabriel explains that he has duties to attend to.
Desmond assures Daphne that Quentin will be free tomorrow. She hugs him. He tells her that Quentin is a lucky man. He adds that whoever is plotting against Quentin will not stop. Daphne says she thinks Gerard is responsible Desmond agrees. He asks her if Gerard knows, and she says he knows she doesn't trust him. Desmond suggests that she look for proof. They don't see Trask eavesdropping on them.
Trask tells Gerard that Desmond and Daphne are plotting against him. Gerard tells Trask to worry about the inquest, and sends him on his way. Gerard takes his Devil sigil and calls to Daphne.
Daphne dreams. She comes downstairs wearing a wedding gown, surrounded by lit candles. She hears a voice telling her that she loves Gerard. She sees him waiting for her and runs into his arms. He tells her he has powers to share with him, and calls her to him, kissing her. Daphne wakes up and as she starts out of her room, she finds Gerard waiting outside her door. She asks what he's doing, and he says she called him. He invites her down for a drink, and she slams the door in his face.
Desmond makes his case to the judge to dismiss the charges. The judge points out that he didn't ask the prosecutor to be present. He says he finds no conclusive evidence linking Quentin to Randall's murder. He dismisses the charges. Quentin tells Desmond that he can't believe he's free, and the judge stops him. He says he is not completely free, and invites Trask to enter. Trask hands him several depositions testifying that Quentin is a warlock. The judge adjourns the court to peruse the documents. Trask asks Desmond if Quentin is above the law because he's in league with the devil.
In his cell, Quentin assures Daphne that they'll be together. Desmond arrives and says that it's time. He says he has no idea what Trask is up to.
Quentin asks the judge under what charge he's being held. The judge tells Desmond he has no choice but to hold Quentin. He says that according to the articles of the statehood, a citizen can be charged with witchcraft if six depositions are presented. He tells Quentin that he is charged with witchcraft, and will be held without bail. He adds that if he's found guilty by a tribunal, he will be beheaded.