Kitty: Chester was here the other day. Chase: Oh. How is he? Kitty: Fine. - I know it's none of my business, but you said he was interesting. Why didn't you two...? Chase: He had some very silly ideas. Kitty: I suppose he thought your character could do with some improving. Chase: What did he tell you!? Kitty: Nothing. Just a wild guess.
Chase: So, how about Rosie? Grandma said she can speak. Kitty: I wouldn't call it speaking, but she did make a lot of noise when she met Chester. Chase: How could you let that happen? You must have known she would be scared. Kitty: She wasn't scared, just surprised. She calmed down really quickly and after a while spent a lot of time chasing Chester's tail.
Chase: I guess you won't need the services of that so called specialist then. Kitty: Of course we do. Rosie is a long way from speaking, but at least there is more hope now. And I think you should try to be civil to Catsy. I'm not asking you to like her, but you could start by not getting aggravated every time you see her. Chase: I never understood how you could be friends with her. Kitty: She was one of the few felines who didn't care about what I am. She liked me and we had a lot of fun.
Carl: If your friend is inside, wouldn't you like to come in too? I was just going in. Maybe you'd like to join me for a drink. Mary: I don't think so. Carl: Why not? I was only offering to buy you a drink. There's no harm in that. Mary: I'm not old enough. Carl: Oh, I didn't realize. But you could still come inside and have a soda or something. Mary: Shut up and leave me alone.
Carl: Your friend wouldn't come in although I asked her. She was a bit rude about it. Ruby: Mary is not old enough and Riddick wouldn't like it. Carl: What's he got to do with it? Oh yes, he's the head of security. But you wouldn't need to tell him she's not old enough. Ruby: Of course I wouldn't, he knows already. He's Mary's father. Carl: Really? What a pity. She's such a pretty girl. Ruby: You're not making any sense. It doesn't matter, I'm off now.
Mary: Do you know that guy? Ruby: He's Carl, one of Billy's brothers. The one you don't want to know very closely. Mary: I thought so. He seemed a bit... Ruby: Slimy? Mary: It's not nice to say that. Ruby: Why not, if it's the truth? You see, Andy is a gentleman and Daniel is all right, but I could do without Carl. Well, I guess I'll just have to get used to him, if I continue seeing Billy.
Mary: Are you going to continue seeing him? Ruby: I think so. Mary: What about the "no dates" rule? Ruby: What about it? It would be stupid not to give Billy a chance. He's a really great guy and I like him. Mary: Better than Zeke? I'm sorry, I shouldn't have said that. Ruby: He's different. At least I don't need to be scared of him turning into a monster all of a sudden. Mary: Are you sure?
Chase: Where are the girls? Kitty: Bea is upstairs and Mary is out. Chase: Out? By herself? Kitty: She's going to movies with Ruby and then she's staying the night at Ruby's place. Chase: Ruby? That pretty young thing Riddick's so concerned about? You still haven't got rid of her?
Kitty: Why would we want to get rid of her? Chase: Are you really that thick or just willfully blind? Kitty: Would you stop that already? Ruby is a friend and you know it. Chase: I know all about little girls in search of a father figure. Kitty: I thought you had a bit higher opinion on Riddick. Besides, Ruby has a boyfriend.
Chase: So, she forgot Zeke already? I knew she was like that. Kitty: Like what? That was over a year ago. It's time she moved on. - Have you seen Zeke? Chase: No, but I know he has been to town occasionally. Kitty: I'm sure he would contact you, if he wanted to. Chase: Are you trying to say he doesn't want to be my friend? Kitty: All I'm saying is that I'm sure he has his reasons. - You know, considering everything that comes out of your mouth, I cannot understand why Rosie likes you. If I were you, I wouldn't trust that to continue once she starts understanding what you're saying.
Mary: Look at those shoes. They are so pretty. Ruby: Mary, what did you mean earlier when you asked if I'm sure? Billy isn't Zeke's kind. Mary: You don't need to change shape to become a monster. Ruby: I know, but Billy is nice and kind. He's the sort of person who wouldn't hurt a fly. Mary: If you say so. Are you sure that's what you want? Ruby: Yes, I think so. I want someone who won't frighten me. Arguments are all right, but I couldn't be with anyone who gets violent, if things don't go the way he wants.
Ruby: So, how about you? Mary: What about me? Ruby: You know what I mean. Mary: Well, I guess I could tell you, but you can't tell anyone. Ruby: I won't. Who is it? Anyone I know? Mary: No, he's one of Splinter's students. His name is James. Ruby: And? Go on, I want to hear everything.
Mary: There isn't much to tell. He asked me out on a date and I said yes. Ruby: You know Riddick's going to freak out, don't you? Mary: Why would he? James isn't bad or anything. Ruby: That's got nothing to do with it. I'll tell you later, we better hurry, the movie will start soon.
Kitty: Chase was here earlier. Faith: How are things between you and her? And where's Rosie? Kitty: We get along, but only just. Rosie is in bed already. If you haven't noticed, it is a bit late. Faith: I guess it is. I was hoping to see her. Well, maybe next time. Kitty: You could visit us more often. So, what was it you wanted to talk about? Work, I guess. Faith: I'm sorry. I know I'm a horrible person... Kitty: No, you're not. What can I do for you?
Faith: Do I remember correctly that you have a friend who's one of the night creatures? Kitty: Sure, that's Max. What about him? Don't tell me you're trying to find a foster parent for a vampire baby. Faith: No, not quite. He isn't a baby. He's a little boy and he doesn't need a foster parent, because he's already got one. What he needs is to spend some time with one of his own kind, if possible.
Kitty: I'm not sure what Max would say about that. Faith: There's no harm asking, is there? Could you speak with him and find out how he feels about the idea in general? Kitty: Yes, of course. As you say, there's no harm asking. Who knows, maybe he too would like to spend some time with one of his own kind. What's the foster parent like? Faith: She's one of the little people. It's always best to try to match at least the size, if nothing else. You know, I think you have met her before.
Catsy: I guess you heard what happened the last time I was here? Abby: Don't worry. Riddick told me it wasn't your fault. You're still welcome. Catsy: Thanks. Abby: You know, you look familiar. Catsy: I should have known somebody's going to remember... Do you know Hagrid's partners? One of them has a permanent aversion to felines. Abby: And you're the one... Catsy: Exactly. It would be nice if you could keep that to yourself.
Orlock: Give me a beer. Abby: What? No hello? Orlock: Sorry. Hello Abby. Abby: You don't usually drink beer. Bad day? Orlock: You could say so. I'd rather not talk about it. Abby: As you wish.
Catsy: Excuse me... Orlock: What? Catsy: I don't want to intrude, but I just wanted to thank you for what you did last time. Orlock: Oh, that... It was my pleasure. Literally. Catsy: You don't like her either? Orlock: Let's put it this way: Anyone who wants to be around her should have their head examined, excluding the family, they're kind of stuck with her.
Catsy: Your name is Orlock, isn't it? I think that's what Ruby said. Orlock: That's right. Don't ask about the teeth. Catsy: I wasn't going to. I'm Catsy. Orlock: Ruby said you're Kitty's friend. Any friends of hers are also my friends. Catsy: That's nice to hear. So, you know the family? Orlock: Sure. Well, except the latest arrival. I'm not sure how she would react to me.