Orlock: Zeke, I heard that. That uncle of yours... Is he self-destructive or something? That cannot end well, no matter what he says. Zeke: Don't worry about him. He's got this thing about her kind, but he knows what they are like. He has no illusions about her. And he has no wife or girlfriend either, so he's free to do what he likes. Orlock: I still think it's a bad idea.
Couple of minutes later: Annie: Excuse me, but could you tell me where I can find Riddick? I was told that he works here. Zeke: Max, you're the one working here. Would you go and find him? Orlock: Sure. - Please wait here. My friend will keep you company. Annie: Thank you. Tell him Annie came to see him.
Annie: So, are you just a visitor too? Zeke: Yes, my girlfriend works here. I'm waiting for her. Are you Riddick's friend? Annie: It remains to be seen. He may want to throw me out as soon as he sees me. Zeke: Sounds bad. What did you do? Annie: None of your business.
Orlock: Will you please come with me? Riddick said he wants to talk with you in private. Annie: Well, at least he wants to talk. Zeke: Good luck.
Annie: Riddick. Long time, no see. Riddick: Max told me you call yourself Annie. What's wrong with all the other names? Annie: Nothing, I'm just sort of between names at the moment. I like Annie best, so I only use it when I know I won't have to discard it later. Riddick: Between names, eh? Cops after you? My boss is married to one. Annie: No, not cops. At least, I don't think so. Just an unhappy ex-boyfriend. Riddick: Did you run away with his money? Of course you did.
Riddick: You know, I'm not saying it's nice to see you again, because it isn't. Annie: Still holding a grudge? That's a bit hard. After all, it was years ago. Riddick: I hope you had fun with the money. Annie: As long as it lasted. Currently, I'm broke again. Actually, that is the reason why I took the trouble to find you... Riddick: I'm not in the business anymore. And even if I was, I wouldn't let you cheat me again.
Riddick: You should forget about me. I managed to finally get a life and I'm not going back. Annie: What a pity. We were such a perfect pair, you and I. Do you happen to know where the others are? Maybe one of them would be interested in a deal of a lifetime. Riddick: Lifetime in prison, you mean. Annie: Only if you're not clever enough. And you always were clever. At least, in that sort of thing. With women you always managed to make a fool of yourself. - So, who is she? You said you managed to get a life and I take it to mean that you found the right woman.
Mary: Riddick? Are you busy? Annie: It can't be this one. Much too young for you. Mary: What are you talking about? Riddick: Mary, this is Annie, an old... acquaintance. Annie, this is Mary, my daughter. Annie: I see. But you can't mean her. She must have been born around the time we were still in business together. - Who's your mother, little girl? Riddick: That's none of your business. - Mary, would you leave us?
Mary: Kitty! Kitty: Calm down. What's wrong? Mary: There's this woman... Not a very nice one by the looks of her. She came to see Riddick. They're in the kitchen. Kitty: And you think I should intervene? I'm not so sure about that. Your dad can take care of himself. Mary: But she's an old friend. And a really pretty one too, even if she isn't nice. Kitty: All right. I'll go and see, if it makes you feel better.
Kitty: Hello. Mary told me about you. I haven't met any of Riddick's old friends, so I thought I'd come and have a word. I'm Kitty. Annie: I'm Annie. So, the little girl ran straight to you. I wonder why. Kitty: I guess I'm the closest thing to a mother she's got. Annie: So, she wanted you to come and make sure I'm not going to get too friendly? Don't worry, it's always been about business between me and Riddick.
Riddick: Ladies... Should I leave you two alone? Kitty: No need for that. I should really get back to work. It was nice to meet you, Annie. Annie: It was nice to meet you too. You know, I thought your kind don't... Kitty: There are always exceptions. Annie: Yes, there are. And he certainly is exceptional.
Annie: I see what you meant when you said you managed to get a life. I had no idea you could be so charming as to get one of them. Very impressive. Is she rich? Are you two married? Riddick: We are married. - Annie, did you have something else to say? If you only came to ask me to get into one of your schemes, you might as well leave right now. Annie: All right. I'll go, but I'll be staying in town for some time. Maybe I'll see you again later. Riddick: I hope not.
Mary: Are you leaving? Annie: Don't worry, little girl. I'm not here to break your family. I'm not interested in him in that way. It was always about business between us. I'm not his type and, quite honestly, he isn't mine. I prefer men who don't have quite that strong will of their own. Mary: You mean men who agree to do whatever it is you want them to do? Annie: You really are an interesting child. I guess anyone with his genes would be.
Annie: That cat isn't your mother, so who is? Mary: Was. Her name was Caroline. Annie: Oh. Her. - Tell me... did you inherit her... um, how should I put it... Mary: I didn't inherit anything. We were broke. Annie: No, I didn't mean anything like that. I meant her... it wasn't quite what you might call ESP... maybe you could call it... perceptiveness. Mary: If you're wondering whether I can see through you, the answer is yes.
Orlock: Who was that? She said her name is Annie, but that's all she said. Mary: She's an old friend of Riddick's. Not a very nice one, I think. Orlock: Will she be back? Mary: Hopefully not, but probably she will. She's the sort that won't give up easily and I think she wants something. I don't know what, but it can't be anything good.
Late that night: Riddick: That teddy bear looks familiar. Mary: Ruby gave it to me. She had two of them. Riddick: So that's where I've seen it before. That was very nice of her. Mary: Where's Kitty? Riddick: Taking a bath.
Mary: That woman today didn't seem very nice. Riddick: I don't want you to have anything to do with her. She's a troublemaker. Mary: I was just about to say the same thing to you. What does she want? Riddick: That I help her in doing something I would never do again.
Mary: She said it was always about business between you two. Is that true? Riddick: Yes. There was never anything more than that. Mary: And now? Riddick: These aren't really the sort of things we should be discussing. - But if it makes you feel better, I can assure you that I don't even want to see her again.
Mary: This thing she wants you to do... Can she make you do it? I mean blackmail. Riddick: No, she can't. It would be her word against mine and she's the one with a criminal record. Besides, she knows better than to try something like that. Mary: But you wouldn't... Riddick: Don't worry. I wouldn't, but she doesn't know it. All she knows is that I currently have much more to lose than ever before and I always was quite good at protecting what I've got. Well, except that one time when she took off with my money... Mary: She did what?!
Riddick: You heard me. I can't tell you anything more about it. But it was a lot of money. Mary: So why were you so calm when you met her? Riddick: It was a long time ago and she couldn't help herself. It's just the way she is. I should have known better and I paid the price for my mistake. I'm not saying I like her, but I don't hate her either. She is of no importance as long as she stays out of my life... our life, I should say.