"I discovered another Scorpius…. Entitled, angry, mean - people were frightened of me. It feels like we were all tested and we all - failed."
-- Scorpius Malfoy (CC3.14)
Feeling unafraid and confident, Scorpius Malfoy wakes Albus Potter. Scorpius reveals that he has been hiding the Experimental Time-Turner. They agree to destroy it themselves, as the Ministry of Magic can’t be trusted to do it (CC3.14).
Probably one or two days after the previous event, likely October 2020
This event takes place in the Repaired timeline, as described in the essay "Albus Potter and the lesson in Quantum Mechanics" by Nick Moline.
Scorpius and Albus discuss their friendship. Scorpius says that Professor Snape had told him to think of Albus as his happy memory when fighting off the Dementors. He feels that Albus was "fighting alongside" him (CC3.14).
Scorpius Malfoy's nicknames make an appearance: he calls himself "Scorpius the Dreadless" and "Malfoy the Unanxious", because he feels they have seen the worst that could happen after everything they have experienced (CC3.14). He also reports that Rose Granger-Weasley called him "Bread Head", referring back to when Scorpius had earlier said that she smelled like bread (CC1.10), a softening of her attitude towards him.
From the Web
Pottermore: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The theatre production opened in the West End of London at the Palace Theatre on 30 July 2016, with Anthony Boyle in the role of Scorpius Malfoy and Sam Clemmett as Albus Potter: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two