"Not Okay" is the tenth episode of Conviction. It was written by Thomas Moran and Simran Baidwan. It was directed by Jan Eliasberg. It aired on January 1, 2017.
After Hayes and Wallace share a passionate night together, Hayes returns to reality and cautiously considers sticking her toe into relationship waters with Wallace. Simultaneously, she also tries to make amends for her bitter loss in the death penalty case of Earl Slavitt. Hayes implores the CIU team to aggressively pursue the case of Sophie Hausen, a young woman serving a life sentence for murdering a popular college basketball player, whom she accused of raping her. Meanwhile, Tess finally attempts to make things right in her friendship with Matty.
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The team takes the case of Sophie Hausen, convicted of murdering Travis Carter, the college student whom she claimed raped her. Retesting the DNA on the murder weapon shows only a partial match and a recreation of the crime shows a potentially hazardous exit. While checking out other possible suspects the team finds out there were other victims who hadn't reported the rapes because of Sophie's treatment by officials. But they had all talked to a rape counselor, Elyse Salmon, who had decided to take matters into her own hands. Elyse confesses and Sophie is released. On a personal angle, Tess finally tells Matty about their connection and he doesn't take it well. Plus Hayes, with a boost from Jackson, and Wallace decide to attempt their relationship again.
- Alex Mallari Jr. as Matty Tan
- Jordan Hayes as Sophie Hausen
- Melanie Nicholls-King as Elyse Salmon
- Ski Carr as Oscar Zapala
- Help Our Souls - Nihils
- Bird Set Free - Sia
| "Pilot" • "Bridge and Tunnel Vision" • "Dropping Bombs" • "Mother's Little Burden" • "The 1% Solution" • "#StayWoke" •|
"A Simple Man" • "Bad Deals" • "A Different Kind of Death" • "Not Okay" • "Black Orchid" • "Enemy Combatant" • "Past, Prologue & What's to Come"
- "Not Okay" at IMDb