Post by ProudTVJunkie on Sept 29, 2023 9:42:06 GMT -5
Maggie walks into the mansion as Vivian is on the phone talking to someone about redecorating. She tells them to bring a dumpster to get rid of everything.
Vivian tells Maggie she’s trespassing. Maggie shows Vivian Victor’s new will. Vivian calls it preposterously convenient. Maggie points out that for Vivian, it is decidedly inconvenient. Maggie reads the will aloud, and Victor leaves her 50% and the other 50 to Alex.
Vivian can’t believe that Alex is Victor’s son. He was just telling Alex he had his mother’s killer instinct. Obviously, he has a double dose.
Vivian grabs the will and rips it up. There are no halves. It’s all hers.
Maggie: Well, that was very dramatic but completely useless, not unlike you.
Maggie says she didn’t bring the original will, and she already had it probated. Vivian has always underestimated her.
Vivian refuses to leave. Possession is nine-tenths of the law. Maggie tells her she’s always so predictable, and Maggie has come prepared.
A Sheriff’s deputy comes in with an eviction notice and escorts Vivian out of the mansion. Maggie tells the deputy that if Vivian gives him any trouble, he can just shoot her.
Sonny comes to say goodbye to Maggie before he has to leave. Maggie says it meant so much to her that he came for the service. Maggie asks how Alex is doing. Sonny says this isn’t easy on him. Maggie says it won’t be easy on anyone.
Maggie admits that losing Victor has been difficult, and the fallout seems to be unending, but she had such fun kicking Vivian to the curb. Sonny wishes he had been there to see it. Maggie is sure Vivian will move on to some new scheme, and God help whomever she targets next.
After Sonny leaves, Maggie talks to Victor’s picture. It’s so good to be home, but it’s so lonely without him. She misses him so much.