Well, there goes Joanne and that deaf lady.
We are keeping the arrow.
I can't believe my aunt would stop payment on that check.
And I can't believe she'd show up here after she did.
Aunt Charity, do you know what I'm thinking about you right now?
What? I look 38 or 39, it's hard to tell?
Oh, don't look so wounded. You know I had to stop that check.
You took advantage of someone in a morphine haze.
If you think that was being taken advantage of, you've never blacked out at a pep rally.
Yes, I stopped that check, but here.
This seems important to you.
Seemed. Seemed when I was rich. Now I have real problems.
Yeah, and where are them lollipops at?
You took away my future. And my lollipops.
No, Caroline, I took away my money.
And by forcing you to find you own way, I may have given you a better future.
Cute shop. Too big, too soon. You'll figure it out.
Aunt Charity? You look 42.
We all know I don't.