Adel: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be rude either. - Mary told me you're going to be an ME. All you need to know is that you will never encounter anyone like me or Will in your work. James: I know. That's why I was curious. Adel: How do you know? James: I've been working for this scientist who's studying rare species. His name is Henry. He told me, but he didn't explain it any further. Adel: Didn't he also tell you not to go around asking questions? James: Uh... well, actually, he did.
Kitty: I need to go now. Bea is with Miriam and Chester promised to bring her home, but I'd rather be there myself. I'm not sure what grandma would think about Chester. Or say to him. Riddick: I'd be more worried of what Chester might say to her. He's got a thick skin and a poker face, but she's bad at hiding it, when she gets offended. I'd say she hasn't got a chance. Come to think of it, wouldn't it be a good idea to let those two meet?
Chester: Hello. Are you the babysitter? Bea: It's grandma Anika. Where's Kitty? Anika: Kitty went out and I'm looking after Rosie. You're Chester, right? I thought Kitty said you're a feline. Chester: I am, partly. It's complicated. Anika: I'm sure it is. You look like... Chester: A mutt. Don't be shy, I know that's what you're thinking. Anika: Well, um... I was thinking that you can't be even a half-breed.
Bea: Who cares? Chester is nice. Rosie likes him too, don't you Rosie? Anika: That child has the tendency to get attached to the strangest creatures. I don't know if you've seen that pale friend of Kitty's... what's his name again...? Chester: Max. Of course I know him. He's very good with children. Anika: Maybe, but he certainly looks creepy. Chester: Bea, would you go upstairs? I'd like to have a word with Anika. Bea: Sure. I need to do my homework anyway.
Ruby: Are you looking for me? I'll come down right away. Will: You're not angry because I came up here? Ruby: Of course not. You can look around all you want. Will: I like it here. Ruby: I think it's very nice too. Will: Can you open the window?
Ruby: You're a bit short to look out. Maybe if you climb on the chair... Will: I want out. Ruby: What...? MAX!!!
Orlock: Not again. WILL! GET BACK! RIGHT NOW!
Chester: Was that really necessary? Anika: What? Chester: Saying that in front of Bea? She doesn't need to know how you feel about anyone who's different from you. She's gentle and non-judgmental, don't spoil it. Anika: Who are you to tell me...? Chester: Somehow I would have thought you'd be more understanding. You know, considering your first husband and all that...
Anika: What?! Chester: Did you think nobody knows? No secret is ever buried for good until everybody in the know has been buried and my grandma is very much alive. She had an interesting story to tell. She's a bit off nowadays, but on her clear moments, she can remember the past vividly. The older, the better. And this story is really old. Anika: Just wait a minute...
Chester: Where's the child? Grandma said your husband died, but even she didn't know what happened to the baby. She thought you might have given it away. I'm sure your second husband with his perfect pedigree wouldn't have been happy to support a half-breed child. Anika: I... you... this is really... Chester: In case you're wondering, no, I'm not going to tell anyone. What good would it do? All I'm saying is that you're not so perfect yourself, so you should try to be more understanding.
Chester: So, Rosie, are you speaking yet? Can you say Chester? Say Chester. Rosie: Ch... chh... Chester: That's a good start, unless you were sneezing. Just don't start calling me Che.
Kitty: Hi, Chester. I see you have met my grandma. Chester: Yes, we had a nice little chat. Kitty: Grandma, is everything all right? Anika: I have a headache. I think I better go home. Kitty: I can give you some aspirin... Anika: No, thanks. I better go now.
Orlock: Get in! What did I tell you?
Will: Not when people can see me. I'm sorry. Ruby: Max, what... how...? Orlock: Ruby, please don't tell anyone. Ruby: Of course I won't, but I don't understand. You never told me anything about that. Orlock: That's because I can't do it. Will here is more special than anybody realized. Ruby: But how is that possible? Orlock: Shapeshifters come in a variety of forms. Let's just leave it at that, okay?
Billy: What was that noise? Is everything all right? Ruby: It was just a bat. It's gone now. Billy: A bat? Orlock: The window was open and apparently the bat took a wrong turn and flew in.