A - It appears that your son is taking my granddaughter to the ball tonight.
B - He is?
A - I'd rather see that not happen. There's no point in being presented if it's improperly, And your Daniel is not a proper companion for a girl like Serena. He's a, um, temporary distraction. I need her to focus on her future.
B - Hers or yours?
A - I am willing to purchase all the paintings in this gallery in exchange for you convincing your son not to accompany Serena. Before you answer, remember... A grown man with children is in a very different position than a young man. The money could be useful now. Not to mention, how much this sale would mean to your wife's career as an artist.
B - Your money was no good for me then... And it's still no good with me now And you can rest assured that like me, my son can't be bought.
It's one clip of the drama "Gossip girl season 1 episode 10". I want to know the difference between "no good for" and "no good with" in the last line.
It needs little more descriptions. B was on intimate terms with A's daughter. The news bowled A over. A visited B and told B to split up with her daughter, giving a lot of money. But B didn't take the proposal. Eventually B and A's daughter parted. And the same situation happens except for two characters' change: B's daughter for B's granddaughter and A for A's son as the script says.
Please help me! Thanks!!