John Schneider as Jim Cryer, Tika Sumpter as Candace Young and Jaclyn Betham as Amanda Cryer

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Later that day, Candace and Amanda stop by Jim's office to tell her father she wants to go to design school. Amanda asks David and Candace to stay as her moral support.

The news does not go over well. "I know it's a lot, but you can get through this, honey," Jim says.

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David asks if Candace had anything to do with Amanda's change of heart. Amanda denies it. "Why isn't anyone listening to me?" she says. "You know what happens when I'm ignored, Dad."

Amanda storms out. Jim asks David to leave and confronts Candace.

"This was her idea, but she's easily persuaded. Such a weak little thing," Candace says. "I wonder what she would think if—"

"Don't you mention a word of this to my daughter," Jim says. "She has nothing to do with this."

"I knew that if I waited long enough I'd find your Achilles," she says. "When are you going to get my money?"

Jim tells her there is no money. "Blackmail won't work with me, and if you as much as breathe a word of this to my daughter, you will regret it for the rest of your very short life," he says.

"I won't have to," she says. "She will read it in the papers."

Then, Candace asks Jim whether he likes to play chess. "I love to play chess, and I'm very good at it," he says.

"Okay," Candace says. "My move."