The Affair Season 2 Episode 2 Promo: Lives are at Stake

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Scotty Lockhart sure does have a way with people, doesn't he?

In the trailer forĀ The Affair Season 2 Episode 2, it almost appears as if Cole Lockhart puts himself onto the list of suspects of people who could have possibly run his brother down. Stranger things have happened.

This will be the first time we get a chance to witness events from Cole's perspective, and his views will intertwine with those of his ex wife, Alison, as the two meet face to the face after what appears to be a long time.

The new season has really taken the storytelling to a new level and opened up many new layers to an already complex narrative. Get ready for the next two chapters of the compelling tale on Sunday, October 11, only on Showtime!

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The Affair 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.

Noah: I, I was a happy man back then. Proud of my family. My first book had just come out. Everything I dreamed I'd achieve as a young man, I'd done it.
Det; Jeffries: But.
Noah: That's just it. There is no but. When I look back, I can't tell you why it happened.