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: ''My name is [[Victoria Winters]]. Even though the coroner has given an official opinion on the unexplained death of a [[Bill Malloy|man]], the mystery of that death still creates dissension in our [[Collinsport|town]]. And not everyone agrees with the verdict.''
 
: ''My name is [[Victoria Winters]]. Even though the coroner has given an official opinion on the unexplained death of a [[Bill Malloy|man]], the mystery of that death still creates dissension in our [[Collinsport|town]]. And not everyone agrees with the verdict.''
   
[[Burke Devlin|Burke]] and [[Sarah Johnson|Mrs. Johnson]] meet. She claims [[Mr. Wells]] didn't see her (because he couldn't see the nose on his own face) and is incensed at the verdict that [[Bill Malloy|Bill Malloy's]] death was ruled accidental. Burke tells her to soft-pedal her hatred, lest it alert someone they don't name. Burke gets a call and learns that [[Sam Evans|Sam]] and [[Roger Collins|Roger]] were arguing about something, which he posits had something to do with Malloy's death. Mrs. Johnson reports that Bill had no use for Roger and thought Sam's wasting away was a shame.
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[[Burke Devlin|Burke]] and [[Sarah Johnson|Mrs. Johnson]] meet. She claims [[Mr. Wells]] didn't see her (because he couldn't see the nose on his own face) and is incensed at the verdict that [[Bill Malloy]]'s death was ruled accidental. Burke tells her to soft-pedal her hatred, lest it alert someone they don't name. Burke gets a call and learns that [[Sam Evans|Sam]] and [[Roger Collins|Roger]] were arguing about something, which he posits had something to do with Malloy's death. Mrs. Johnson reports that Bill had no use for Roger and thought Sam's wasting away was a shame.
   
At the diner, [[Maggie Evans|Maggie]] tells Sam that folks have stopped talking about Malloy for the most part. She asks what he and Roger were talking about, and when she jokes about it, he flips. Burke tells Mrs. Johnson what her REAL duties are to be at [[Collinwood]]. She asks him about Victoria Winters, about whom Bill occasionally spoke. Burke tells her Victoria's back story and reasserts the idea that it is odd Mrs. Stoddard would hire someone she never met. Mrs. Johnson doesn't think it's so odd, she remembers 18 years prior [[Servants of Collinwood|when Collinwood had a large staff]], prior to [[Paul Stoddard|Paul Stoddard's]] leaving. Mrs. Johnson posits a perfectly reasonable explanation for Elizabeth's hiring Victoria. Mrs. Johnson and Burke plan to hate each other publicly.
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At the diner, [[Maggie Evans|Maggie]] tells Sam that folks have stopped talking about Malloy for the most part. She asks what he and Roger were talking about, and when she jokes about it, he flips. Burke tells Mrs. Johnson what her REAL duties are to be at [[Collinwood]]. She asks him about Victoria Winters, about whom Bill occasionally spoke. Burke tells her Victoria's back story and reasserts the idea that it is odd Mrs. Stoddard would hire someone she never met. Mrs. Johnson doesn't think it's so odd, she remembers 18 years prior [[Servants of Collinwood|when Collinwood had a large staff]], prior to Paul Stoddard's leaving. Mrs. Johnson posits a perfectly reasonable explanation for Elizabeth's hiring Victoria. Mrs. Johnson and Burke plan to hate each other publicly.
   
 
Sam is still in ill-humor. Maggie is still creeped out by Mrs. Johnson, who is not interested in Maggie's perfect menus. Maggie doesn't trust her still. Burke shows up and chats with Sam about--what else?--Malloy's death's verdict. Sam asserts that nobody had anything to do with Malloy's death, which sets Sarah off. She accuses Burke of being responsible for Bill's death because of 'stirring up trouble'. [[David Collins|David]] comes in and defends Devlin. David sees himself and Burke as kindred spirits. He wants to kill everybody. Sam asks Mrs. Johnson if she meant what she said and reports on the change brought about in Malloy by Burke's return. Bill was determined to stop Burke to help Mrs. Stoddard. Sarah is willing to abide by the Coroner’s verdict, but blames his state of mind which led to his falling off a familiar path to Burke's trouble-stirring.
 
Sam is still in ill-humor. Maggie is still creeped out by Mrs. Johnson, who is not interested in Maggie's perfect menus. Maggie doesn't trust her still. Burke shows up and chats with Sam about--what else?--Malloy's death's verdict. Sam asserts that nobody had anything to do with Malloy's death, which sets Sarah off. She accuses Burke of being responsible for Bill's death because of 'stirring up trouble'. [[David Collins|David]] comes in and defends Devlin. David sees himself and Burke as kindred spirits. He wants to kill everybody. Sam asks Mrs. Johnson if she meant what she said and reports on the change brought about in Malloy by Burke's return. Bill was determined to stop Burke to help Mrs. Stoddard. Sarah is willing to abide by the Coroner’s verdict, but blames his state of mind which led to his falling off a familiar path to Burke's trouble-stirring.
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