It aired on March 15, Violet arrives at a mansion where a young girl named Anne lives with her wealthy but sickly mother. Anne's mother has hired Violet for seven days to write letters, but Anne is not told what the letters are about or who they are for. In addition, Anne is both mistrustful and fascinated by Violet, as she mistakenly believes her to be an actual living doll due to her prosthetic arms. Over the next week, Anne comes to accept Violet but cannot accept being separated from her mother while the letters are written. After an angry outburst by Anne, Violet manages to calm Anne down and convince her not to blame herself for her mother's illness.
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Enlarge Image. In this particular episode, prepare to cry your eyes out. Violet is hired to work for seven days in a row, her first long trip in a while. She is staying over at the house of a severely ill mother and is writing several letters for her every day.
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See the full gallery. Violet goes to assist a medically ill woman whose daughter Anne assumes that she is being ignored by her mother. It isn't until later on her life she realizes what she was really doing for her. Heart warming. Tear jerking.
Also, with her health failing, she is in need of the Auto Memory Doll service. Enter Violet, ready as ever, and coming into contact with a 7-year-old girl who senses something ominous about her, and yet is enamored by the fact she looks like a doll twice her own size. Which, after the usual apprehension most children have about strangers, especially who take away the attention of their parents, she begins to play with Violet and Violet adapts. Ann giggling because, in her mind, Violet is a doll and with her playing with her doll, she finds the situation funny.