If we know one thing, it’s that Detective Harry Ambrose is a determined professional who never gives up (at times to his own detriment). That’s what we got this week when he pushes a little too hard and far and gets taken off the Julian Walker case and has a falling out with Heather and Jack.
Vera admits to not being Julian’s biological mother.
Vera hasn’t proven herself to be the most trustworthy person in Keller, but we’re starting to warm to her complexities and contradictions. After being confronted by Heather at the courthouse, she admits to Harry that she’s not Julian’s biological mother. Marin is.
Jeffries tells Vera that Marin can keep her child.
Jeffries only changes his policy on not allowing children in Mosswood Grove after their ceremony with the sacrificial cow. Is there the chance he envisioned doing the same to Julian?
Harry is taken off the case and told to go back to Dorchester.
With Harry’s relationship with Vera deepening and him agreeing to speak on Julian’s behalf in court, Chief Liddell and Heather decide it best to get him off the Julian Walker case and send him back home. This unsurprisingly doesn’t sit very well with our dedicated detective.
Julian claims that his dreams of the hooded figure are based in reality.
Per Vera’s request, Harry visits Julian in the juvenile detention center after he’s put in solitary and refuses to speak to anyone but Harry. He tells him that he doesn’t trust Vera anymore because she’s lying to him: The hooded figure was real.
Harry and Jack have a falling out.
The mounting tensions between Harry and the local police also comes to a front with Jack back at home, especially when Harry starts prying about Glenn Fisher’s involvement in Mosswood.