Where does she keep them?
Oh, here, they're in this cup that has a seagull on it. Wait.
Where have I heard of seagull cup before?
That's my night-night cocoa cup. I knew it wasn't broken.
You hid it and kept it all these years? Yep.
Why would you want to hurt me like that?
It's obvious. She's obsessed with her brother,
and she saw your being born as his love being taken away from her.
Damn, this thing makes me smart.
Well, I hope you're happy now, because I lost a lot more than my night-night cocoa cup.
I lost my money, my father, and now I'm about to lose my dream.
And you know what? We're done. You know what? We are not done.
I am not a quitter. I said I would put your new face on, so I'm not leaving here until I do.
Her face is gone. She's basically the phantom of the Channing.
All right, that's close enough.
And stop calling me spoiled.
Since I lost it all, I've worked hard.
I've cleaned toilets, I've killed rats, I've done everything I had to to be a success. Tell her, Max.
I got that boom boom boom, I got that boom... Okay, fine. Let's go.
Stop. Fine, I'll give you the money.
Not--not just because you're my niece,
but because you forced yourself in here like a pushy businesswoman, which is...
you shoved your cupcake down my throat.
That is exactly what I would have done.
25,000, Signed Char-ity Chan...
Oh, no. Aunt Charity, are you all right?
Oh, and she didn't finish signing it.
Well, it's my last name too, so... Ing.
I can't get it out from under her head.
Pull her hair! Now's your chance.