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: Mason Treadwell's blog is front page news, and the damage is already done, but I want to hear it from you. Did you take pills the night of the party? Charlotte Grayson
: Declan lied about everything. He saw someone on the beach, same as me. Victoria Grayson
: Did you or didn't you? Charlotte Grayson
: No, I told you. Victoria Grayson
: Charlotte, look at me. You're high right now, aren't you? Charlotte Grayson
: So what if I am on drugs? My father's a mass murderer. My half sister is an arsonist. Guess the fruit doesn't fall far from the tree, does it?
: Am I disturbing you? Victoria Grayson
: Is that a rhetorical question?
: I am so happy that we're friends again! Victoria Grayson
: [smiling broadly
] Well it certainly appears that way, doesn't it? But then again, appearances can be deceiving, can't they? And you've practically made it an art form. Understand something, Lydia. Every time I smile at you across a room or we run into each other at a luncheon or I welcome you into my home? Let that smile be a reminder of just how much I despise you. And that every time I hug you? The warmth you feel is my hatred burning through.
[Hugs Lydia warmly
: Did you honestly think I wouldn't notice the gaping hole where ten million dollars used to be? I've seen the bank receipt. Conrad Grayson
: I was trying to protect you. Victoria Grayson
: The only thing you were trying to protect is your weakness for her. Conrad Grayson
: She has the power to expose us, Victoria. I didn't have a choice. Victoria Grayson
: You could have called her bluff. After fifteen years of complicity, I don't think Lydia has it in her. Conrad Grayson
: Maybe not before you exiled her. But thanks to your handiwork, she no longer has anything to lose. I'd say we got away with a bargain.
[Victoria slaps Conrad
] Victoria Grayson
: It's because your handiwork we're in this situation in the first place.
: And here I thought you were offering me a way out of this. Conrad Grayson
: They said it would take an act of Congress to get you out on bail tonight. Conrad Grayson
: No, no. No, all it really took was the Initiative. Victoria Grayson
: What did you promise them? Conrad Grayson
: I don't think I'll know until it's too late.
: I thought at least you might enjoy having pity on me. Victoria Grayson
: Pity is not a quality you taught me.
: All men are born hardwired to betray. It's just a question of when.
: Trust is the one luxury I cannot afford.
: Don't let them see your weakness. That's the first thing they'll use against you.
: I've always been amazed at how you can make 20,000 square feet feel warm and inviting. Still, without Conrad, it feels somehow empty. Now, rumor has it, he's moved into the South Fork. Victoria Grayson
: And good riddance. This is one village that won't miss its idiot.
: Daniel, must we continue this endless display of animosity? I don't know how much longer I can weather this. Daniel Grayson
: Emily came clean about how you manipulated her into spying on me. It's pathetic. Victoria Grayson
: The fact that she agreed to my proposition should call her own motives into question. Daniel Grayson
: Oh, say what you will about Emily, but at least she had the courage to tell me the truth. Which is more than I can say about you.