Back at the prison, the doctor tells Nerissa that she'll be fine since she doesn't have a child. Nerissa is upset that she didn't ask him to keep the whole thing a secret, but the doctor reassures her that she won't be punished for her actions. He also tells her that if she wants another marriage, he can arrange it for her. The doctor leaves, and Nerissa runs off to find her mother and daughter. She's so angry that she can't stop thinking about what she did wrong. She blames herself for the whole mess, but Nerissa insists that it's Nerissa's fault, not hers. She says that if Nerissa hadn't been surprised, the curse would still have worked. The only reason Nerissa isn't angry is because she's narrowed down the effective range of the curse. She feels like the pervert asked her to do it, and she feels like he's trying to make her his wife.