Arizona didn't know anyone. As far as she could tell anyway. Seattle seemed just as empty now as it was the first time she found this place. She hadn't given a lot of thought to how she might otherwise recognize someone from a different door.
It was a lot to take in. A lot. It was a lot to think about.
She needed a minute to process. Which would have been helpful before the universe decided she would be better off alone in a city she doesn't recognize anymore with a door to a hotel full of doors that led God knows where and a network full of people she doesn't recognize.
But they weren't going anywhere, so she might as well make the best of it.
"I am, actually. Well, I mean, it's been a couple of weeks now, but I don't, I haven't really had a chance to talk to anyone yet, so yeah, I'm, I'm new."
She was talking too much, but she couldn't seem to stop herself.