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willing to forget the incident, and they've made it clear that Maggie
and Pope both remember that time, as well. It breaks down to a very
nice, very nasty little scene between the two, with lots of accusations
being tossed around. Maggie, when freed from the company of Hal, is a
much better character. It's certainly better than Maggie following along
with the Masons on yet another misplaced mission of mercy.