- My name is Victoria Winters. I came to Collinwood for a purpose, but that purpose has been obscured by a veil of hypocrisy and deceit as a man who cares tries to reach a decision.
It's weird that Bill is drunk; Liz offers Ned a job but she refuses to marry him so he declines via telephone. John Harris assures her that David has a financial future but tells Liz there's not anything but the change in her purse remaining. Bill wants to talk to Liz and implies that Roger was driving during the accident but she brushes the whole thing off. Harris learns Blair works for Burke from Blabbermouth Carolyn. John spills the beans to Liz about Blair and Burke and the outstanding notes. Bill goes off the deep end and decides to deal with Roger himself since Liz won't give the creep up.
Memorable quotes Edit
Dramatis personae Edit
- ← Joan Bennett as Elizabeth Collins Stoddard →
- ← Frank Schofield as Bill Malloy →
- Patrick McVey as John Harris
- ← Nancy Barrett as Carolyn Stoddard →
- ← Bob O'Connell as Bob Rooney → (uncredited)
- ← Blue Whale customers → (uncredited)
Background information and notes Edit
- Carolyn sports a new, shorter hairdo.
- Liz says that the phone number to Collinwood is 4099.
- Banker John Harris arrives, he is Liz's banker. Carolyn remembers when she opened a one dollar account in his bank.
- From the synopsis, Carolyn talks about how Jeremiah or the house builder must have had a screw loose and Roger talks about how he will be remembered for David if nothing else.
- Bill knows more about boats than about running the company in the offices. Ned ran the company better than Bill or Roger.
- Ned asked Liz to marry him but she refused.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- The opening credits are very dark.
- Nancy Barrett reads the teleprompter.
- Joan Bennett stumbles over a few lines.