That’s the one, and the confession continues. Come with me. It just felt like blood money to...
Deb: I have only known you a short time, and I don’t think you’re the type of person that would be addicted to gambling, but I didn’t think Arthur was either. I would just feel terrible if I was the one that opened those floodgates.
Maggie: Deb, I have a confession to make too. That money that I was gambling with, that was my last paycheck from Roger.
Deb: The creepy architect with the Porsche.
Maggie: That’s the one, and the confession continues. Come with me. It just felt like blood money to me, so I went to the casino and I thought, ‘Well, it’ll be gone in minutes.’ But I just kept winning and winning and winning and winning.