5 burning questions after Burden of Truth Season 3, Episode 6

Burden of Truth Season 3, Episode 6 gave a glimmer of hope and snatched it back

There’s no denying that there was a glimmer of hope on Burden of Truth Season 3, Episode 6. Despite not initially wanting to, Joanna realized a class-action lawsuit was the best way to go. However, the show quickly snatched that glimmer of hope back.

Now it feels like we’re back to where we started. But it’s clear Joanna isn’t giving up yet. And her storyline isn’t the only one that’s reaching a breaking point. We’re worried about Owen!

Here are the five burning questions from Burden of Truth Season 3, Episode 6.

What is Joanna going to do about the pregnancy?

Joanna told a lot of people that she’s pregnant. It was a huge shock but used to garner sympathy and a strategic stalling technique. What she hasn’t done is decide what she’s going to do about the baby. Billy is going to support her decisions, but it does sound like he wants to have this child and be in its life.

Joanna is in a position many women with careers find themselves in. There’s that thought of failing at everything, of not being able to have it all. Because regardless of fights for equality, women are still the ones expected to do most of the child-raising.

So, what is she going to do about this pregnancy? She fears she won’t make a good mom, but there is compassion and love in her. We see it when she’s with her sister.

What will happen now the class-action lawsuit has been denied?

Billy and Joanna lost the class-action lawsuit. This is despite the judge confirming that the women do have cases. The problem is there’s nothing but poverty that ties them together, and the judge decided that wasn’t enough.

So, what will Joanna do now? I think it might all come back to that offer to be the attorney for the hedge fund. It would offer the money to be able to take on a few of these cases pro bono for those who can’t afford it.

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Did someone see Owen plant the drugs?

Owen made a dangerous decision to plant drugs in Mercer’s car. There was someone in the area, graffitiing the wall. Is it possible that person was only pretending to do graffiti as a way to make it look like he was busy? Did he watch Owen plant the drugs?

Now, it looks like Owen decided not to plant the drugs in the end. He gave the cop the full evidence bag back and didn’t seem concerned about the cop needing to do a report. In fact, he was glad to be reminded that the wrong things done for the right reason are still the wrong things. Owen needs to trust the system.

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Will Kodie ever get her kids back?

We started Burden of Truth Season 3 with one big question. Will Kodie ever get her kids back? Right now, it looks like everything is against her, especially now the class-action lawsuit has failed.

What’s even worse is Kodie’s children will be allowed to be adopted soon. That’s way too quick in my opinion, especially since the custody case is still ongoing. So, what’s going on and will Kodie get her kids back after all this?

What is ClearDawn hiding?

ClearDawn was more than happy to offer a settlement. It’s not about the money for these parents, so it’s not surprising Kodie wouldn’t settle out of court. What it tells me is that the company has something to hide.

There’s clearly something faulty going on. Billy learned that it’s all in the testing numbers and the money the lab makes. Who’s skimming off the top and what exactly is going on in this lab? I hope the penultimate episode of the season is the one to give us the answers.

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What questions do you have after watching Burden of Truth Season 3, Episode 6? Let us know in the comments below.

Burden of Truth airs Thursdays at 8/7c on The CW.