Ruby: Kermit's not going to like this... Riddick: What? Ruby: Somebody's taken all the wine bottles. - By the way, Uncle Hagrid promised to teach me himself and arrange for some other people to teach me as well. Riddick: That's great. So, how does it work in practice? Ruby: I'll be working in one of his businesses. He said the manager is the best one he knows and she'll be teaching me the basics of running a business.
Riddick: Where is your new workplace? Ruby: It's the bar near here. You know, in the building where Max lives. Riddick: I'm sure Max will be happy to hear that. Kermit, on the other hand, won't be very happy about losing his best assistant. Ruby: I already talked with him. He said he knew I wouldn't stay, because I'm too good to be just an assistant. He also promised that I won't need to move out until I have found a new place to live...
Orlock: What's this talk about moving out? What's going on? Ruby: Were you eavesdropping? Orlock: No, I was just passing by and I heard you say you're moving out. Why would you do that? Riddick: I think I'll leave you two alone to discuss that. - Ruby, let me know, if there's anything I can do to help.
Orlock: So, do I get an explanation? Ruby: I got a new job. Orlock: What? Where? When did this happen? Ruby: It happened really quickly. Uncle Hagrid arranged it. It was either that or back to school. Orlock: So you're leaving us? Ruby: In a way, yes, but not really. You see, I'll be working at Bastet. Orlock: Really? That's great! I was worried you might go away altogether.
Very late that night: Riddick: Why are you still up? You should be in bed. Kitty: I couldn't sleep. Riddick: Any special reason? Kitty: Not really. Just feeling a little restless. And hungry. Riddick: I can see that.
Kitty: Did you know about Henry and Lenore? Chester told me. Riddick: Henry told me he had been out with her. I hope it will work out. She would be a much better choice than the nutter he was with before. Kitty: Much better. - I was thinking about asking Lenore for a visit. I'd like to get to know her better. Riddick: Sure, but no parties. A couple of guests at the maximum. That's an order. Kitty: Stop fussing. I'm not sick.
Kitty: We're going to have another visitor. She's coming for a visit tomorrow. Riddick: Who? Kitty: Daniel's mother. She called me and said she'd like to talk. I'm not sure what it is about. I mean, Lenore seems to think that Daniel's problem is with Eva, not Bea. Riddick: That's what she said to me. - I guess you'll find out tomorrow. But now you should stop stuffing yourself and get to bed. Staying up this late isn't good for you or the baby. Kitty: All right, I will, but only if you promise you'll stop fussing.
Next day: Riddick: How can I help you? - Oh, it's you. What...? Carla: You! Are you...? - I'm Daniel's mother. Riddick: Oh. Kitty said you'd be coming for a visit. I just didn't know it would be you. Carla: Well... I guess you could say the surprise is mutual. - You know, I'd appreciate it if you didn't tell her about the other night. I had no idea... Riddick: There's nothing to tell. - Come in. I'll go and tell Kitty you're here.
Kitty: You know, I've been wondering what it is you want to talk about. I mean, things aren't that bad between Bea and Daniel. The problem seems to be between Daniel and Eva. Eva is Bea's friend and that's why Bea sometimes gets in the middle of it. Carla: Yes, that's what Lenore said. I didn't really want to talk about that. I was just thinking that maybe we should get to know each other better. You see, there aren't that many pure-bred felines in the school and I'd really like Daniel and Lisa to have their own kind of friends. Kitty: You do know that I'm half-breed, right? Carla: Yes, I know. I also know Bea isn't.
Kitty: I can see you have no idea what Bea is like. She's not going to be friends with anybody just because they're feline. And she chooses her own friends. If you want Bea and Daniel to be friends, you better teach your son some consideration for other people. All kinds of other people. The very first step would be telling him not to call Eva a retard. Carla: I think I made a mistake coming here. I thought... Kitty: I don't know what you thought, but I agree your coming here was a mistake. I am not going to tell Bea who to be friends with.
Riddick: Did she go already? Kitty, is something wrong? Kitty: That... woman. She had the nerve... She thought I would... Of all the idiots... Riddick: Calm down. Take a deep breath and tell me what it was.
Kitty: ...so, she's a perfect example of my kind. All that arranging makes me sick. Just imagine what Bea would say, if we told her she needs to be friends with Daniel. Riddick: She'd think we're out of our minds. And I would agree. Kitty: Riddick, where have you met Carla before? Riddick: Why do you think I have met her before? Kitty: Call it a hunch. What was it? Has she tried to hit on you at some point? Riddick: Kitty, don't start imagining anything...
Kitty: I'm not going to have a jealous fit or anything. I'm just curious. Riddick: All right, although there really isn't anything to tell. - It was at Bastet. I was waiting for Henry and she started talking to me. Kitty: So, what's your verdict? Riddick: She's the type who doesn't care if you're married or not. - Kitty, I hope you know that I would never... Kitty: I know. But I would like you to stay away from her. I don't like her.