In case you missed this edition of "War of the Roses," Peter is convinced his wife, Beth, is having an affair with the rich father of the kids she nannies. Beth and Peter live in the same neighborhood as the children she watches. When Beth drives the kids home, it should only take about 15 minutes, but she often doesn't come home for over an hour. Sometimes Peter even sees her in the parked car with the father talking for long periods of time. When confronted, Beth says that they discuss what to buy the kids for snacks, among other things - all kid related. Peter's thought is, if you are driving for over an hour, wouldn't you discuss that during the ride? The worst part is that the father avoids Peter at all costs - even when he comes outside to say hello. Beth has been nannying for this family for 8 months and they still haven't met Peter.
When we call Beth, we discover that there is hostility within the marriage. You could cut the tension between Beth and Peter with a knife. This may be the straw that breaks the camel's back... Find out what happens when we call Beth: