Charles: That’s why Ian left Empirical. I can’t believe I’m only finding this out now, but I kept away from Judith and her family. Liza: Are you sure it was the summer of ’94 when Judith climbed the pole? I mean raised the flag? Charles: Definitely. Topher’s age lines up, and you heard her, she had an affair with a deckhand on a lobster boat. Liza: But it was a rumor. Charles: I am the rumor, Liza. I’m his father. Don’t you think he looks like me? Liza: A little. Charles: How am I going to explain this to… Liza: Quinn? Charles: My girls. I cannot believe that Judith kept this from me. Liza: You were 20 years old. What do you expect? Charles: I’m gonna go see Judith tomorrow. Talk about life throwing you curveballs.
Charles: We miss you at the office. Diana: I’m sure the fluorescent lights a little dimmer without me there, Charles. Liza: I recognize that voice, Diane. Hi, how are you? How’s Italy? How’s Enzo? Diana: Liza, one question at a time, please. Liza: Oh, I miss you scolding me. Diana: I know I should be back now, but I’m having a surprisingly good time, and as difficult as it is for me to admit this, I am not ready to return to work.