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"The Affair" explores the emotional/psychological effects of two affairs. Young diner waitress Alison and her husband, rancher Cole, are struggling -- personally and financially -- in the wake of tragedy. Noah, a settled teacher and would-be novelist, is summering at his in-laws' Hamptons estate with his wife, Helen, and four kids. When Noah meets Alison, they begin an affair. For her, he's a welcome escape; for him, she's a pretty distraction. But, the tryst eventually ends two marriages -- one that was already a bit shaky, the other that was on solid ground.

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Whitney's disappearance causes Helen to scrutinize Noah's relationship with Alison; Cole searches for answers; Jeffries makes progress with his case.
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Noah and Helen have a revelation about their daughter; Alison spirals toward a reckoning after feeling remorseful.
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Since she is distracted by her business, Helen has Noah represent the family at a literary award ceremony; a chance encounter with Alison and her grandmother leads to an uncomfortable truth.
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The Solloways return to Brooklyn; Cole confronts Alison when things hit close to home; Helen and Noah deal with an unexpected emergency.
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After spending a night out with his friend, Noah learns that there is more to Alison than he knows; Helen wants to make the most of the time in Montauk; Alison and Cole try to keep the Lockharts safe.
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As passions flare, Alison and Noah encounter new difficulties at home; Alison's estranged mother visits; Noah is conflicted about Whitney's behavior.
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Noah and Alison grow closer when they take a day trip together to Block Island to spend time away from their families.
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Noah asks Alison to help him research local culture; Cole takes a stand for his community; Helen takes care of business in Brooklyn.
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The Butler estate prepares for the annual summer party; Noah is drawn to Alison, who feels indebted to her mother-in-law.
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Noah Solloway escapes the city with his family to an estate on Long Island; waitress Alison Lockhart and her husband struggle to move past a recent tragedy; Noah and Alison meet in a chance encounter.
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Everything comes full circle on the day of Whitney's wedding.
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Helen and Noah confront old wounds as they are forced to evacuate the city as wildfires threaten Los Angeles.
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Controversy swirls around Noah; Helen and Whitney must decide where their allegiances lie.
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Allegations against Noah surface and he seeks guidance on how to handle the situation; Helen celebrates a birthday and protects Sierra during an extremely trying time.
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Noah and Whitney travel to Montauk, N.Y. to begin planning the wedding; Noah gets a concerning call; armed with new information about her mother's death, Joanie confronts a stranger.
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Joanie and EJ begin to explore her family history in Montauk, N.Y. to try to discover the cause of her mother's death.
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Sierra struggles to balance motherhood with her burgeoning acting career; Sierra's mother visits uninvited; Helen works her first design gig and begins to focus on herself.
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Noah attempts to sabotage Helen and Sasha's relationship; Whitney and Colin face the hardships of their relationship; Joanie visits the graveyard.
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Sasha proposes adjustments to Noah's script; Sasha's relationship with Helen blossoms; Bruce's condition worsens; Joanie's business trip leads to violent encounters.
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Janelle turns to Carl for support; production for the movie commences; Sasha takes an interest in Helen.
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Noah gets acquainted with his star, Sasha Mann; Helen mourns a tragic event; Sierra welcomes a new arrival; Joanie struggles with an upcoming birthday.

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