Samantha cooks spaghetti for everyone and eventually she’s at the table with Armand and a teenager who’s called Helga.
Samantha: I am having a good time here. Are you too, Armand?
Armand: Yes, it’s also a pleasure to see you again. Your spaghetti is really nice.
Samantha: Thank you.
Samantha notices Helga sitting next to her and she doesn’t know who she is. Being curious, she proceeds to ask her a question.
Samantha: Where is Tara?
Samantha: Tara? Do you know her?
Armand: I don’t think I have met you either. Perhaps can I introduce you to Tara soon then? She’s my daughter.
Armand is perplexed by her response which doesn’t answer his question properly. Why is she, a teenager, here at the party anyway? Kimberly must have invited her but how does she know her?
Samantha: Do you know my sister Kimberly well? Where did you meet her?
Helga: No. I dunno. I’m probably just a fellow witch.
Frances in the background joins in the conversation.
Frances: Aha! I have been wondering and I now remember you! Your mother took you to my castle a while ago! However, I don’t know her that well and she hasn’t visited my place much lately. How is she doing?
Helga: She’s dead.
An awkward silence commences.