Truth Be Told: Season 3, Episode 3: “Here She Shall See No Enemy” Recap and Review!
Season 3 of Truth Be Told’s third episode opens with Markus interrogating Rochelle vehemently and seeking clarification. Trini’s involvement astounds him, and he is determined to track down Trey. While Poppy persuades Markus to put his family first, for the time being, Aames is currently detaining Rochelle for questioning.
Markus is obviously starving for information and he rushes in like a whirlwind and demands Trini break up with her partner. He is eventually instructed to calm down and then decides to go.
Lee Hackman approaches Leander, compliments his bike, and introduces himself. He reassures the motorcyclist that Quesuer is not driving business out of town and invites him back in the future for a visit and a chat.
Eva goes to meet Poppy, who tells her what happened that evening but, tellingly, omits any mention of the pornographic material or what was discovered on the computer. Next, Poppy and Aames arrive at the police station. Somehow, Poppy is able to talk her way into the interview room where just Rochelle is present. It’s unclear exactly how she did this given that it’s midday.
Given that Rochelle is in love with Trey, it goes without saying that Poppy receives nothing from her. She is caught off guard by it, so she instead tries to find out more information using Eva’s social worker contact. Poppy discovers a fresh method while interviewing her for the show, which includes making individuals feel welcome and refraining from condemning and judging them for being traffickers. Being honest seems quite common, and Poppy manages to come up with a fresh approach to obtaining information.
While the Capstones’ searches for Trey have turned up nothing, making it tough to pinpoint anything, Poppy strikes up a conversation with one of the females at the food truck who is prepared to talk.
She goes by the name Devon and admits that she is in a relationship with Trey as well. He only sees Rochelle as his “bottom bitch.” They first ran into each other at an agricultural programme for disadvantaged children. She has been scraping by ever since her granny shovelled her off there one summer.
Aames talks to Peter’s business partner, who doesn’t hold Peter responsible for his company’s failure. More so than anything else, he finds it annoying that she ghosted him. Aames and Markus return to see Aubrey after trying to reach him without success. Eventually, Aubrey admits that he did record Aames and Trini together but that he has no idea who Trey or any other criminals are.
In the late afternoon, Eva confides in Poppy. She acknowledges keeping important secrets, particularly from when she was 15 years old. She was pushed into trafficking at the time since she was stuck at a motel and was unaware of it. Regarding the issue as a whole, Eva felt unclean and embarrassed.
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The man in question was a Stanford law student who had pledged to assist her mother in obtaining a Green Card so she could enter the country. Eva was persuaded to spend time with and finally sleep with a Court Clerk after he claimed they had an “in” with her. She didn’t want to be in this awkward situation, but she was.
After that, the Clerk changed departments, and a further man developed into a second and finally a third. These favours eventually escalated into threats, and Eva felt caught in the thick of it all. Now that Eva is caught in a vicious loop, it is crystal evident why she is so committed in this case and why it is so personal to her.
Leander returns and has a conversation with Hackman. He mentions the Capstones and forbids him from attempting to challenge him. Leander cautions that they have the potential to be both strong allies and strong enemies. Leander wants him to notify Finney about this, but Hackman throws him another curveball by advising him to attend their upcoming rally in support.
When Aames and Poppy arrive at this agricultural camp, they learn that Trey used to be a camp counsellor and that his real name was Jimmy. But for knocking out the Director, he was sacked. Jimmy always lost control of his temper. He says while shrugging. The image of a camp class now demonstrates that Aubrey and Trey did know one another. Additionally, Trey took the man under his wing as if that weren’t enough. He was definitely involved in this to a significant extent and Aubrey was lying.
In the last moments of the show, Trini and Aubrey are seen riding together while Trey is behind the wheel.
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The Episode Review
The good stuff is saved for the later portions of this chapter, as this episode spends the majority of its time taking its sweet time to get there. It seems a little unlikely that Poppy was allowed to speak to Rochelle alone in an interrogation room at the same police station where she had been sneaked in at night a few episodes earlier.
However, the political undercurrent keeps making its way into the narrative, and I have a hunch it will become increasingly important as the story progresses. Although it might have seemed at first that Eva was involved in this, it turns out that she is only a victim. In actuality, I believe Andrew Finney or possibly Lee Hackman is in charge and in charge of running the show, with Trey merely acting as a middleman for a much larger enterprise.
This mystery has been quite mediocre thus far, and there isn’t anything to be excited about. It’s not completely awful, but it’s also not really good either. I hope the upcoming episodes are better!
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