Jackie: "Alicia. It means so much to me that you came."
Alicia: "I'm not here to visit, you old bag of crone! I'm here to tell you to lawyer up. You stole money from my children to steal my old house out from under me."
Jackie, weeping: "Alicia, I'm so sorry! Our family has just been through so much..."
Alicia: "And here come the waterworks."
Jackie, still on it: "No, I just thought I knew best, and I really was just trying to..."
Alicia: "Cut the shit, Jackie. What are you after?"
Jackie, nope: "Alicia, all I want is for you to accept my apology! I just know that it would be good for the children. And for Peter..."
Ohhhh, get this shit right here.
Alicia: "There it is. You want Peter to win the election, and this is how you're going to do it. Eli was here. I bet you a billion dollars Eli came here and instructed you to say this."
Jackie: "I dunno, I can't... I feel so stroky right now I can't answer your question..."
That same scene she was watching earlier, in the same old movie. Hmm. Something's going on. I have a weird feeling. Her eyes aren't entirely tracking.
Jackie: "He can't do it, without you."
Alicia: "Fine. Jackie, here's what I want. Put the house in the kids' names and it's no harm, no foul."
There it is: The TV's off. Alicia said Eli, and Jackie remembered Eli, right down to the movie on the TV. She's slipping around; she's in two places right now. Alicia's still talking, and she gets so scared she can't even remember what they're talking about. When she looks up at her daughter, now, the fear is real. And Alicia can't see the difference, because Jackie's a liar. She's two women, right in front of you, the mother and the monster, and you never know which one you're looking at.
Whoa, Judge Wynter is Cousin Larry Appleton. That is crazy. Anyway, Canning tries again to bond about being disabled, and again is brutally rebuffed, and they've got Wiley in there now and Cary too, although Alicia's not here for this meeting so it's not that much more crowded.