Roger: Well, it seems as though Burke Devlin has reduced this fight to versus loyalty. And whenever those two are matched in the same ring, there's always a quick decision.
Blair: Don't you think you've underestimated Mrs. Stoddard?
Burke: No, I don't think so.
Blair: From what I hear, she's a pretty strong woman. She may put up a mean fight when she learns what you're up to.
Burke: Well, Blair, what has she got to fight with? A nephew who runs to me. I'm his idol. An infatuated daughter. A weakling brother she can't depend on. I also planted a housekeeper in her home to let me know what she's up to. She's alone. She has nothing to fight with.
Victoria: My name is Victoria Winters. For more than 130 years, the foreboding mansion of Collinwood has stood on the top of Widows' Hill like a giant headstone, marking the watery graves of fishermen who have perished in the sea below. It is a monument to one man, Jeremiah Collins, and his dreams. But when men dream, spoilers always seem to lurk nearby, ready to destroy their dreams, turning them into nightmares. Even in a small family town like Collinsport.