As Denise introduces democracy to her department Weston opens a food hall, causing Fenton and Moray to worry about his expansion plans. The Paradise begins selling clocks and watches with Lord Glendenning's magnificent pocket watch a centre-piece donated by Katherine. She tells Moray that by tradition it should have passed to her husband but she kept this from him as her father always wanted Moray to have it. Jonas seizes on this to make Weston jealous but Weston has his own agenda to cause strife between Denise and Moray and proposes that she visit Paris without him for inspirational ideas.
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[holding the heirloom watch in his hands
I saw it there, spell-binding. I couldn't resist it. The feel of it, the idea of it. You have to admit, Edmund, it's a thing of beauty, a living wonder.
It's certainly splendid. But I wouldn't think of having it in my pocket.
When I have it I feel an inch taller. More handsome, more fearless - kill for it, I would.
There's a name for that. It's called temptation. Thing is, how to resist it.