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Did Noah confront Eden?

On The Affair Season 5 Episode 8, there was much drama when Noah learned that Eden told Petra he forced her to have sex. 

Helen Learns More Information - The Affair Season 5 Episode 8

After some investigating, things took a turn when it emerged that Eden was not the only who who spoke out about him. 

Was Noah's career in tatters?

Meanwhile, Helen stepped in to help Sierra when CPS started circling. 

Sasha Is Passive Aggressive - The Affair Season 5 Episode 8

This also put Helen in the crosshairs of Adeline. 

Finally, Helen was forced to confront something about Sasha she always worried about. 

Was it the end of their relationship?

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The Affair Season 5 Episode 8 Quotes

Woman: You know you don't have the best reputation around this stuff, right?
Noah: That was in college. That was 30 years ago.
Woman: That's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about your current reputation Noah... in the community.
Noah: What community?
Woman: The publishing world. You're seen as something of a loose cannon.
Noah: What? Why?
Woman: Well, you've had a storied past. You went to prison after all.
Noah: That's just fucking ridiculous ... I went to prison for my --
Woman: For what?
Noah: For my... I don't deserve that. I have the most boring fucking life. I work, I write, I see my kids, and I try to be a good person. That's it.
Woman: I know you do, but look, when you got out of prison, you were a little bit angry, right? A little bit bitter.
Noah: Sure, prison sucks.
Woman: Right, well do you remember teaching a class with a student named Audrey in it? Audrey Nelson.
Noah: Yeah, yeah I think.
Woman: Were you not very nice to her?
Noah: Well, I was as nice to her as I was to anyone else in that class. Why?
Woman: She's written a book.
Noah: Good for her.
Woman: Apparently, you're in it.
Noah: Really?
Woman: She doesn't name you directly, but it's a memoir about her abusive relationship with an older male professor. She's going around town telling people that the character is based on you.

Audrey paints you as a rather unapologetic misogynist.

Petra