Blythe: I've been meaning to ask... Who was that little girl with red and black hair? The one I met at the theater? She seemed nervous. I'm not that scary, am I? Kitty: Max, haven't you told her? Orlock: Um, well... no, not yet. Kitty: Blythe, it was Ruby, Max's friend. Riddick: She told me she has never even heard of your kind before. Blythe: I guess that explains it. Are there still people like that around? Amazing. Riddick: I told her about your kind. I'm sure she'll be more relaxed in the future.
Blythe: Kitty, maybe you should take Ruby with you when you come to see my house. If she knows nothing about us, it would be very enlightening for her. Besides, I'd like to get to know her. Kitty: I'm sure she'd be happy to come. Orlock: Are you sure that's a good idea? Blythe: Why wouldn't it be? She's your friend and I want to know your friends. - Oh, by the way, Riddick... I would invite you to my house as well, but you're a bit too tall... Riddick: I know. I once tried to visit a house like that and it didn't work. Fortunately, they had a garden, so us bigger guests just stayed outside.
Kitty: Riddick, I think someone just rang the doorbell. Would you go and see who it is? Riddick: Sure. Blythe: Are you expecting more guests? Kitty: No. It's probably some salesman or maybe our next door neighbor.
Riddick: Yes? - Caroline? No, can't be... you're too young... Mary: No, not Caroline. I'm Mary. Caroline was my mother. Riddick: Was? Mary: Yes. I'm sorry for coming unannounced, but I still wasn't quite sure a couple of minutes ago that I would have the courage to come and see you. Riddick: You better come in then, as long as you still have the courage to do that.
Mary: I hope I'm not disturbing... Riddick: You're not. - So, she's dead? When? How? I'm sorry, I think we better go upstairs to my room. We can talk there. Mary: All right. If you're quite sure it's not a bad time... Riddick: It's never a good time for that kind of news, but I want to know.
Kitty: Who was it? - Oh, hello. Who...? Riddick: I'll explain later. I'm really sorry, but this is important and I need to deal with it right now. Mary: You didn't say you had guests... I could come some other time... Blythe: We were about to leave anyway, so you don't need to worry about us. Kitty: And I don't mind. Riddick's friends are always welcome to our house.
Riddick: So, what can I do for you? I take it you didn't come here just to bring the news. Mary: Well, no... Not exactly. Riddick: What is it? I would have done anything for her, and I will help you, if there is anything I can do. Mary: I was hoping you'd say that.
Mary: I guess mother was afraid that you might come looking for us and that's why she didn't tell you... Riddick: Tell me what? Am I not getting something... Wait a second, how old are you? Mary: Just the right age for what you're thinking... father. Riddick: No... Mary: Yes. At least that's what it says in my birth certificate.
Riddick: You're still a minor. Who's taking care of you now? Mary: Nobody. Well, I was with a foster family, but I sort of took off. Riddick: Great. I hope you know that was a very bad idea. Mary: I guess so, but I wanted to find you. I wanted to see what you're like. Riddick: Well? Mary: I like you. You're so calm about this. Riddick: "In shock" would probably be a more accurate description.
Mary: I'm sorry. I didn't mean... Maybe I should go. Riddick: Go where? Do you have any money? Do you have a place to stay? Mary: No, but I'll figure out something. I'm quite good at that. Riddick: You know, I believe you are. Still, you're not going anywhere, at least, not tonight. You'll stay here and tomorrow we'll sort things out. OK? Mary: OK.
Riddick: Now we have a problem. The lady with white and pink hair is my wife, Kitty. She's probably going to be even more shocked than I am. Would you wait here while I go and explain things to her? Mary: Sure. I hope she's not going to be mad at you. She shouldn't be, because you didn't know about me. Riddick: I'm sure everything will be fine, but I'd like to talk to her alone first.
Riddick: Did they leave? Kitty: Yes. Who is that girl? Riddick: Her name is Mary. Remember when I told you about the worst thing? Her name was Caroline and she was Mary's mother. Kitty: What's she doing here? - Riddick, who's her father? Riddick: Me.
Riddick: Kitty, are you all right? Kitty: I'm fine. - No, I'm not! I'm not at all fine! Why didn't you tell me? Riddick: I didn't know. Caroline never told me. Kitty: What does she want? Riddick: She has nowhere else to go. Kitty: Surely there's someone taking care of her. Relatives of her mother or something like that. Riddick: No relatives. There's just a foster family and she ran away. Kitty: That sounds oddly familiar.
Kitty: I guess you're going to ask me if she can stay. Riddick: That's right. Kitty: And you know I'm going to say yes. Riddick: I hope you will. It's just for tonight. We'll sort things out tomorrow. Kitty: Just for tonight? Do you even believe that yourself? - All right, let's go and see her. I promise I'll be nice. This isn't her fault. It's yours.
Kitty: I guess we'll talk tomorrow. Go and get a blanket for her.
Riddick: You're taking this well. I thought you would be furious. Kitty: What's the use? "For better or for worse," remember? Riddick: Yes. I was just thinking about what you said: "just the two of us." This isn't exactly... Kitty: Don't worry about that now. What are you going to do? Riddick: First thing tomorrow I'm going to inform the foster family and authorities. Then we'll see what they say. I wonder why she had to run away to come and find me. Kitty: Good question. Maybe you should talk to Kevin first before doing anything else.
Kitty: Good morning. I'm Kitty. Riddick told me about you last night. Mary: I guess I fell asleep while I was waiting for him to come back. I didn't mean to. Kitty: It's all right. Would you like to have some breakfast? Mary: Yes, please. I haven't eaten anything in two days. I ran out of money and I wasn't hungry enough to start begging or stealing. Kitty: Why didn't you say anything to Riddick last night? You must be starving.
Kitty: Riddick went to see a friend of his who is a lawyer. We thought it would be best to do that before notifying anyone else. The most important question is why did you have to run away to come here? I mean, after your mother's death, it would have been logical for the authorities to contact Riddick... Mary: I was placed in a foster family while mother was still alive. It was when she went to the hospital. She didn't allow anyone to search for Riddick. The foster parents were nice people, but they said I should forget about him. I guess they thought mother had a good reason for what she did.
Kitty: But you didn't? Mary: No. I know they had problems, but that was a long time ago. I think mother was unreasonable. Anyway, I want to see for myself before judging. As for finding him, if the house had been in your name, I wouldn't be here now. Kitty: Hmm, Riddick did say something about the past catching up... Mary: What do you mean? Kitty: Nothing. Just thinking aloud.
Mary: Aren't you going to eat anything? Kitty: I already had breakfast. Mary: Do you have children? Do I have any sisters or brothers? Kitty: No, Riddick and I don't have any children and until yesterday, neither of us had any children with anyone else either. Mary: Are you mad? He didn't know. Kitty: I'm not mad, at least, not at you. I'm not so sure about him. Still, when I married him, I knew there was a possibility that something like this might happen.