Adel: Who's there?
Werewolf: And what might you be doing in the middle of the forest all by yourself? Adel: What do you think? Are you blind or something? Werewolf: Oh my, aren't you a rude one. One of the pointy-eared folk, I suppose. They never were very polite. Adel: Do you have something to say or are you just wasting my time?
Werewolf: You know, you're supposed to be scared of me. Adel: Really? Well, here's a newsflash for you: I'm not. Now go away and leave me alone. I haven't got time to entertain you. Werewolf: I wasn't going to do anything, but you really are very rude...
Zeke: Leave her alone, uncle. Werewolf: Do you know her? Zeke: She's a friend of a friend. Kind of. Adel: Zeke? What a nice surprise. I've been wondering how you would look like in your other form. Very handsome, I must say. Zeke: And very unavailable, as I have already told you.
Werewolf: So, is there romance in the air? How nice. Zeke: No, there isn't. And if you start that, I'm going to beat you up, uncle or no uncle. Werewolf: Take it easy. I didn't mean anything. - Well, if you two aren't going to have a nice chat, maybe we should be going then. - It was... interesting to meet you, but I really suggest that you consider improving your manners. Not everyone here is as nice as Zeke and I. Adel: Whatever.
Werewolf: Tough cookie, huh? How did you manage to get to know her? Zeke: She's Ruby's friend. Although, she doesn't always act that way. Werewolf: Is she after you? Friendship doesn't count much, if she is. They are unreliable. Zeke: Where did you learn to know them? Werewolf: I dated one a long time ago. Not quite as pretty as this one, but pretty enough. It was fun as long as it lasted.
Meanwhile, elsewhere: Anika: I'll skin that car dealer alive. Excellent condition... I'll show him what's in excellent condition. Not him, after I've finished with him.
Anika: What are you looking at? Go away, you stupid beast! This is disgusting enough without your ugly face.
Splinter: Leave the lady alone. Go on, I'll take care of this. Anika: Who are you? Splinter: My name is Splinter. Are you all right? What has happened? Anika: What do you care? You probably find this very funny. Splinter: No, I don't. I was just wondering, if there's anything I can do to help. Anika: Not really, unless you can drag a car out of a very deep ditch.
Splinter: So, you drove off the road. Are you hurt? Anika: Nothing's broken, if that's what you mean. The only thing that's broken are the brakes in the stupid car. Splinter: I'm glad you're not hurt. - It is a bit cold out here, so I would recommend that you come with me. You'll be warmer, if you walk, and I know a shortcut that will take us to your house quicker than the road would. And also unobserved.
Anika: Are you saying you know who I am? Splinter: Of course. I've seen your pictures in the papers. - I know your granddaughter. Anika: Kitty? So, you're that one. What are you doing out here? Splinter: Just walking and thinking. I find it easier to think outdoors. Anika: All right. Let's walk. I'll call a tow truck when I get home. They can take care of the wreck. And then I'll take care of that car dealer...
Splinter: You know, that sounds ominous. Anika: Does it? Good. I'm not going to be very nice to him. Splinter: Maybe you shouldn't tell me about it then. - I'll take you near to your house and then I'll leave you. I'm sure you don't want anyone to see us together. Anika: Thank you. And thank you for your help. You're very kind. I wasn't expecting... Splinter: I know. We're not all alike. Just like you are not all alike. You of all people should know... because of Kitty. She isn't prejudiced. Anika: Yes, I guess that is one way of putting it.