Riddick: So, how is it going with Splinter? Mary: When we are training, he's very strict, but otherwise he's nice. I like him. Riddick: That's good. Mary: What are you doing when you're training with him? Why won't you let anyone in to see? Riddick: It's his call. He doesn't want his students to get ideas and try things they're not ready for.
Mary: I wish we could come and see. Then the others would see what you can do. Riddick: What do you mean? Don't tell me you've gotten into some "my father can beat your father" argument. Mary: Well... not exactly. It's just... the others were asking me why you only train with Splinter and they didn't believe me when I said you're too good, that Splinter is the only one who's on your level. Riddick: Actually, it's the other way round. And I'm not quite on his level.
Riddick: May I ask what was that today? Kitty: You mean Annie? Mary was so distraught and I wanted her to calm down, so I promised to take a look at what's going on. How is she now? Riddick: I just got third degree on how I feel about Annie. I must say I don't understand it. Kitty: It's quite simple. Annie is a threat to the status quo. If she comes back, try to keep her out of Mary's sight.
Kitty: Will you tell me about Annie? Exactly what kind of business did she mean? Riddick: You know. The things I used to do. It's better that you don't know any details. Then you won't need to lie, if it ever comes up. Kitty: What does she want? That you continue business together? Riddick: Yes, but I told her it was out of the question. I'll never do that again. Kitty: I'm glad to hear that. I bet she wasn't. Will she be coming back? Riddick: Probably. She won't believe that easily.
Next day: Ruby: Adel, I think we need to talk. Got a couple of minutes? Adel: Sure. What's on your mind? Ruby: Zeke. Adel: Oh. I am sorry about that. I was out of line. - But you don't need to worry about that anymore. Ruby: You mean Sleepy?
Adel: Yes. There's really no point settling for a half-breed, if you can have the real deal. No offense. Ruby: None taken. From what Zeke said, I'd say you two will make a perfect couple. Adel: It's not a question of what kind of a couple we would make. Ruby: No? What is it about then? Adel: Finding the most suitable father. Just imagine: their abilities and a very long lifespan combined...
Ruby: That sounds like breeding to me. Adel: Of course it does, because it is. We never let feelings get in the way of more important concerns. That's why we are usually single parents. No point dragging along someone who has done his job. Romantic interests are an entirely different thing. Ruby: I could never... Adel: I know. You think it's insensitive. That's always the problem with your kind.
Wendy: Have we met before? Annie: Um... no, I don't think so. Wendy: You look familiar. - I know. I arrested you once. What are you doing here? Annie: I came to see Riddick. And I haven't done anything. Wendy: I don't like you being here, but maybe you should see Riddick. He can then escort you out. After all, he's the one officially in charge of security. I'm just the manager's wife.
Annie: Riddick? Security? Do you have any idea who he is? Wendy: Of course I do. He's a very good employee, who takes his job seriously. Others like him and he likes them. He treats everyone fairly and no one has ever had any complaints about him. Annie: That's not the man I know. Wendy: Maybe he did what you haven't been able to do. He changed. He left past behind and started a new life. He's got a lovely wife and a very sweet daughter. I'm sure you wouldn't want to do anything to make him risk all that.
Mary: Wendy? Wendy: Mary. Don't tell me you heard everything. Mary: I did. That woman is going to cause trouble. I just know it. Can't you stop her? Wendy: I don't know. If she hasn't done anything, I can't touch her. What I can do, however, is to check whether somebody's looking for her. If we're lucky, she's wanted somewhere. Mary: I would check cases where someone like her ran away with some guy's money. Wendy: Thanks for the tip. I'll do that. I'll do it right away.
Kitty: Annie. What are you doing here? Annie: I'm on my way out. I just met someone less friendly who made it clear I'm not wanted here. Kitty: Before you go, we need to talk. Would you come with me? Annie: Sure, although I don't understand what there is to talk about.
Kitty: You should leave Riddick alone. Annie: That's what the manager's wife was saying between the lines just a moment ago. You know, I have a very hard time believing that a cop actually managed to get married. What's wrong with the manager? Couldn't he get a normal wife? Kitty: Excuse me, Wendy is a very nice and normal person. I, on the other hand, am not. Not when it comes to someone like you. Annie: I know.
Annie: I did some checking. I know about you and your father and sister. When I saw you the other day, I thought it was too good to be true. A nice, decent girl of your kind. And, as it so often happens, it was too good to be true. Why did he have to marry someone like you? Kitty: I thought it was always just business between you two. What do you care? Annie: You're the one keeping him from doing what he does best. We were a perfect team. Kitty: He quit before he ever met me. You know as well as I do that I couldn't make him do anything he didn't want to do. Maybe you should just accept the fact that he's not part of your life anymore.
Riddick: Annie, you should go now. Annie: Is this really what you want? Being in charge of security at some second rate theater? Married to a crazy cat? No, let me correct that, a crazy half-cat. Kitty: Watch your language. Riddick: Annie... Annie: And how about that little girl? Is she as crazy as her mother was? You know, the only good thing about that woman is that she's finally dead!
Mary: My mother was NOT crazy!
Riddick: Happy? You know, I'm not going to tell her she did wrong. It was all your fault. Annie: Well, she's definitely yours. And crazy. Her mother was certifiable and so is she. Riddick: That's your opinion. You are entitled to one. - How is your back? Can you straighten yourself? You're lucky she didn't use the pick axe. Annie: I'm perfectly all right. Even when armed with a shovel, she's just a little girl. I've dealt with worse. But why is there a shovel and pick axe in the kitchen? What do you do in here? Riddick: None of your business. - Now, there's someone here who would like to have a word.
Wendy: Hello again. How nice you haven't left yet. It saves me a lot of trouble. - There seems to be a certain gentleman whose girlfriend, who looks remarkably like you, left him, but could not part with his money. Annie: How did you find out so quickly? Wendy: I got a tip from a very clever little girl. Riddick: Certifiable, eh? Annie: Shut up. Wendy: Don't let her leave. A couple of officers will be here any minute to pick her up.
Riddick: Kitty, where is she? And how is she? Kitty: She's with Ruby and Max, and she'll be fine. I told her that Annie has no idea what she's talking about. Annie: You're the one who has no idea. You didn't know Caroline. Crazy, that's what she was. Kitty: She was Mary's mother and I'm not going to let anyone talk like that about her when Mary is around. Caroline is dead and whatever she was like is not relevant anymore to anyone else but Mary. Would you like to become irrelevant yourself? Riddick: Kitty... Kitty: I'm sorry, Riddick. Take her somewhere else. Now. Before I do something I shouldn't.
Riddick: All right. Annie, you heard her. It's for your own good. You wouldn't want that nice outfit torn to shreds, would you? After all, it is leather, so it must have been quite expensive. Although, I guess you won't be wearing it for a long time, but you'll get it back when you get out. Eventually.
Mary: Is she really gone? Riddick: I hope so, but Wendy said that if the guy doesn't want to take the matter to the court, she may walk. In which case she may come back. Mary: My mother wasn't crazy. Riddick: Of course she wasn't. Annie was just angry at her, because she stopped me from going along with some of Annie's crazy schemes. Mary: She did? Riddick: Yes. She always knew Annie was trouble.
Mary: Are you mad at me for hitting Annie? Riddick: No. She deserved it. I'm just glad you didn't use the pick axe. Mary: I didn't want to kill her, just hurt her enough. She had no right... Riddick: Well, you certainly hurt her. Although, I'm not sure which one was hurt worse, her back or her dignity. She's not used to someone like you standing up to her. Mary: Are you laughing? Is that why you're behind me where I can't see you? Riddick: No, of course not. This is a very serious matter.