Riddick: Are you saying you know her? James: Yes. We met at the martial arts practice. Riddick: Go on. James: Well... um... I... I really like her and I asked her out. Riddick: I guess she said yes or you wouldn't be here. - Would you excuse me for a minute? There's something I need to do. James: Sure. I'll just get another beer.
Dakota: Hello James. It's been a long time. James: Not long enough. How did you find me? I've never been here before. Dakota: I followed you. Don't tell me you're still mad at me. You look quite all right. James: I am now. Where's that lunatic husband of yours? Still inside? Dakota: Unfortunately. Or maybe fortunately, depends on how you look at it. One way to look at it is that there's nothing to stop us... James: Stop it. Right there. Dakota: All right, but you could at least buy me a drink.
James: I don't want anything to do with you. Dakota: Why not? You used to enjoy my company quite a lot. I certainly enjoyed our little meetings, and we all have certain needs. James: What I need right now is for you to leave me alone.
Kitty: Thanks for coming, Max. Orlock: You said it was important. Where's Rosie? I wouldn't want to scare her. Kitty: She's upstairs with Mary and Bea. We'll talk first and then I think it's time for you two to meet. I want you to be able to visit us. She already met Chester and after some initial problems, everything was all right. Orlock: I'm certainly curious to meet her. If you think it's all right... Kitty: It is, but first things first.
Kitty: I know you said there aren't any of your kind around here, but what if I said you're wrong? Orlock: Are you saying I'm wrong? Who is it? Kitty: Remember Faith, my friend who arranged Bea to come live with us? Well, she's got a very curious problem...
Orlock: A child? Are you seriously saying it's a child? Kitty: That's what Faith said and there is no reason for her to lie. I mean, you will only need to take a look and you'll know whether he's your kind or not. What's so special about a child? Orlock: We don't often have children. There's a handful of us left and we can only have children with our own kind. Kitty: I didn't know that. But if that's the case, where did he come from? Orlock: I have no idea, but I certainly want to meet him.
Riddick: Am I interrupting something? James: This is Dakota. Dakota, this is Riddick, the head of security here. Dakota: I feel much safer already. It is always nice to meet someone like you, Mr. Riddick. Riddick: It's just Riddick. Would you mind leaving us alone for a moment? Dakota: Sure. Maybe we can have a little chat of our own once you're finished with him. Riddick: We'll see.
Riddick: You wanted to talk about Mary, but first I want to know who that is. James: The last woman on earth I wanted to see. Riddick: I could see that much. I think you better start explaining. James: She's my ex-girlfriend. Actually, it was just an affair. She's married and her husband found out. Riddick: How bad? James: Hospital for me and jail for him.
Riddick: And her? James: Enjoyed every minute of it. If I had only known... I know now that it was a stupid thing to do, but I thought I was the luckiest man in the world. Riddick: I know the type and I can see the attraction. And now? James: Now she acts like nothing happened. I don't even want to see her. I guess you're going to tell me I can't take Mary out. I know it looks bad...
Riddick: You're not the first guy to make that sort of a mistake. Does Henry know? James: Yes. He's the one I called from the hospital. Riddick: All right, here's what we're going to do. First I will have a little talk with your ex. Later I will talk with Mary, and then we'll see. James: Thanks. Riddick: Don't thank me yet. As I said, we'll see. You better leave now.
Kitty: Rosie, this is Max. He's very nice and there's no need to be afraid of him. Orlock: Hello Rosie. I've been waiting to see you.
Kitty: She doesn't talk, but she seems to like you. Orlock: I'm glad about that. I wouldn't have wanted to scare her. Bea: What do you mean? You're not scary. Orlock: Your view may be biased. Bea: What's bi-assed? Kitty: It's biased with one "s" and it means that you like Max, so you can't see how others would be scared of him.
Kitty: So, if you can shift your attention away from your newest fan, we should talk about the arrangements. Orlock: Arrangements? Kitty: Faith thought it might be best for all of you to meet on a neutral ground, so to speak. That means you're meeting here, if that's all right with you. Orlock: Sure, no problem. When? Kitty: How about the day after tomorrow, in the afternoon? Orlock: That's fine. Imagine, a child. I never would have believed it.
Dakota: Is James leaving already? What a shame. Riddick: I think he wants to get away from you. Dakota: Why would he want to do something like that? Riddick: Maybe he wants to keep his bones intact. Dakota: Did he tell you about that? Who are you? Riddick: Just a friend.
Dakota: He certainly didn't have friends like you before. There was of course that ugly feline... Riddick: Who also happens to be my friend. Dakota: Sorry, but you must admit that he is ugly. Anyway, if I had known he had friends like you, maybe I would have asked him to introduce me to his friends. Riddick: I don't think you're that type. Dakota: What type? Riddick: The type one would want to introduce to one's friends.
Abby: What did you do? I thought she would slap you. Riddick: Truth hurts, I guess. Abby: You're not usually rude to women. Riddick: I'm not rude to ladies. That one was no lady. Abby: But she sure was impressive. She was taller than you. Riddick: So?
Next day: Riddick: Come in, James. Mary is upstairs. I guess she told you that Kitty wants to meet you too. - Before we go there, there's something I want to ask you. How much did Henry tell you about me? James: Enough. And I heard about you and Splinter. He's hard to impress. Riddick: I know. He said you're all right. - Don't look so surprised. You must have known I would ask some questions.
Mary: Hi James. This is Bea. Bea: I thought you'd be bigger, like Henry. Mary said you train with Splinter. James: Well, in martial arts bigger isn't always better. Kitty: I'm Kitty and this is Rosie. Rosie doesn't talk, but as you already noticed, Bea talks enough for two. James: I don't mind.
Kitty: Mary told me you're going to be a doctor. James: That's right. I'm considering a career as an ME. Bea: What's an ME? James: Medical examiner. That's a doctor who finds out the cause of death. Bea: Eww! You're going to cut up dead people? Kitty: Bea, don't be rude. James: It is a bit crude way of putting it, but yes, that's exactly what I'll be doing. I didn't think you would know that.
A little later: Bea: What's the movie you're going to see? Mary: Something you're too young to see. It's called "Let the right one in." Bea: What does that mean? It doesn't make any sense. James: Movie names often don't. It's just a movie about a boy and a girl, who become friends. Bea: What's so special about that? There are dozens of movies like that. Mary: Well, the girl in this one is a bit special. Like Max.