Katie. – Hey, Flo.
Flo: Do you want to come in?
Katie: What I want is to never see you again, but since your escape from prison is preventing that– –
Flo: I didn’t escape from prison.
Katie: Oh, right, right, right. I heard about your, um, your plea deal.
Flo: Yeah. Apparently, my testimony can help out.
Katie: You can stop. You can stop right there because I do not for a moment think that you’re doing something good for this world, that you really care about medical document scammers or whoever the hell it is you’re putting away because you only care about yourself. You are a liar. And I want you to know that you are the exact opposite of your father. Come here. Come here. Do you feel this heart? Do you feel Storm’s anger and his disgust? God, I hope you do. I hope you feel it. And most of all, I hope you feel his shame.
Flo: You don’t have to tell me that he’s ashamed of me. I already know it. And I know that I disappointed all of you.
Katie: Disappointed. Why does everyone keep throwing that word around? It’s not like you forgot my birthday. You stole your cousin’s baby, and then you watched Hope– you watched a mother grieve for her dead child for months. That’s not disappointing. That’s revolting. That’s monstrous. And I wanted you to rot in jail for it.
Flo: I know that’s where I belong. I know that. But I was given this deal. I was–I was given this immunity and this opportunity. I–I–I understand that you– you don’t ever want to speak to me again. But I’m just hoping that maybe, with a little bit of time, I will somehow be able to earn your respect back. I know it’s a longshot, but it could happen. And maybe Ridge’s… blessing is a start.
Katie: Excuse me?
Flo: For–for us all to try to heal and to move on. Not–not to forget any of it, of course, but just to move forward. Ridge could have fought the feds when they wanted to give me this deal, and he didn’t. And that says so much, and it means the world to me and my mother.Follow Us!