Carl: What's a nice girl like you doing here all alone? Charlene: Drinking. What's a blind guy like you doing here without his guide dog? Carl: What? Charlene: You called me a nice girl. You're either blind or stupid. I'm in good mood, so I'm willing to assume you're blind. Carl: I guess you think that's really funny. You're nothing but a cheap wh... Charlene: No darling, not cheap, certainly not for you.
Ruby: You made him angry. Charlene: Are you going to ask me to leave? Ruby: No. I've never liked him much. I don't know what it is exactly, but he's a bit... Charlene: I know what you mean. Ruby: So what was that "not for you" thing? Charlene: Are you sure you want to hear this? All right, his kind always pays extra. It's about the feline fetish these guys so often have. They'll f... have sex with anything that moves as long as it's feline. Sometimes even if it doesn't move. I'm sorry, that was rude. - Just forget it and give me another drink.
Ruby: There's a guy who's been here a few times, a journalist. Schizo said he's a wannabe. Is that what you mean? Charlene: Oh no. A wannabe wants to be a feline. These guys want to do a feline. Damn it, there I go again. You know, it's cute how you get all red, but maybe you shouldn't be asking me all these questions. Ruby: I just want to understand. Charlene: What's there to understand? People want crazy stuff and other people make money supplying it. That's the way business works. You should know.
Kitty: Mary, you got a visitor. Mary: Who... oh, hi Billy. Billy: Hi Mary. Mary: What...? Why...? Kitty: I guess I better leave you two alone. I'll be in the kitchen.
Mary: Is something wrong? Why did you come to see me? Billy: I... I want to ask you something. Just as a friend. Mary: Well, you better ask then. Billy: Daniel's having a party next week and I was wondering, would you come there with me? Mary: Billy... Billy: I said as a friend. I'm asking this as a favor. I don't really know that many girls and you're the only one I can ask. Mary: So it wouldn't be a date? We're just friends? Billy: That's right. You're Ruby's friend, so it would feel a bit weird, you know...
Mary: I'm not interested in parties at the moment. Billy: Please Mary. If you say no, I'll have to skip the party. Mary: Why? Can't you go alone? Billy: Everybody knows Ruby left me. I don't want them to feel sorry for me. Mary: So we'll put up an act for your friends? That could be fun. Is Carl going to be there? Billy: Yes, of course. Mary, has he said or done something? Why don't you like him? Mary: He's behaved quite well the couple of times I've met him, it's just... I don't know, he just gives me the creeps. I suppose I shouldn't say that about your brother... Billy: It's all right, you're not the first one to say it. But you will come? Great!
Schizo: May I have a word? Charlene: Certainly, as you're asking so politely. What can I do for you? Schizo: I want to talk about Ruby. I heard that last bit you told her. Charlene: She's finding it hard to believe that I do what I do. Schizo: She's got her reasons. - You shouldn't tell her about it. Charlene: Why not? I know she's a nice girl, but it doesn't hurt to know what kind of people there are in this world. Schizo: She knows quite enough about that.
Charlene: You really love her, don't you? And you want to shelter her from all bad things. Schizo: Of course. Who wouldn't? Charlene: You can't. At least, not as long as she owns this place and works here. You need to let her grow up. Schizo: I know that, but I can try. All I'm asking is that you think carefully what you tell her about your life. Charlene: All right, I'll try to be more careful. I like her and I don't want to upset her.
Schizo: She thinks you're a victim of circumstances. Charlene: I thought she might. I guess circumstances did have something to do with it. Runaway, no education... But I did have other options, this just paid better. Schizo: I thought so. You don't look like a victim to me. Charlene: I'm not. But she is, isn't she? Schizo: I'm not at liberty to discuss the matter with you. Charlene: So, I am right.
Mary: Dad, I thought you were at work already. Riddick: Had to come back. Forgot my phone. Hi Billy, I haven't seen you for a while. Billy: Hi Riddick. I came to see Mary. I... sort of... asked her out. I hope that's all right with you. Riddick: Don't worry, it's all right. Billy: Well, I think I'll have to go now. My shift starts in half an hour. Mary, I'll call you later.
Riddick: So, is it a date? I must say Billy would be an improvement. Mary: It's not a date. He just wants me to go with him, so his friends won't be sorry for him, you know, because of Ruby. I wouldn't go, if it was a date. Riddick: Why not? He's a decent guy. Mary: I don't want any dates. Billy is just a friend. And I couldn't date Ruby's ex-boyfriend anyway. Riddick: I'm sure Ruby wouldn't mind.
Kitty: Leave her alone for now. She'll be fine, it's just going to take some time. At least she agreed to go out with Billy, no matter what the reason. Riddick: I hope you're right. You know, when you told me about that accident in Henry's lab, I thought how convenient it would have been, if James had been in that room. Kitty: Forget him. Forget that whole family. We've got nothing to do with them now. Riddick: I guess you're right. I just want Mary to be happy again.
Schizo: I know you're a nice guy, but if you want to have some fun and you've got money, go and talk to that one. All you need to do is ask her how much. But not in here, that would cause trouble for Ruby, wait until she leaves. Larry: You mean she's...? I'm not that desperate. Schizo: Really? I'm sorry to break the news to you, but the only way you're ever going to have some fun with someone that hot is money. Larry: Who says that's what I want? I want a nice girl I can marry. Besides, she's not that hot. Nobody who does that for a living is.
Schizo: Don't tell me you're going to wait until you're married. Larry: You're saying that like it was a bad thing. I expect to marry a girl who does the same, so it's only fair. Schizo: And where exactly do you expect to find a girl like that? Larry: You're a cynic. I don't understand why Ruby loves you. She's so nice and kind. Not at all like you. Schizo: Don't take it so seriously. I just find it hard to believe that people like you still exist. I guess that makes me a cynic, but the thing is, I'm not wrong that often.
Kitty: The girls are upstairs. I asked Mary to look after Rosie and make sure Bea won't come down here while we're talking. Anika: Kitty, what is going on? Kitty: We need to continue the discussion about old history. Anika: I already told you everything there is to tell. Kitty: And now it's time for the sequel. You see, I told Riddick about it... Anika: You did WHAT?! Kitty: Calm down. I told him and he promised to do some digging...
Kitty: ...and Callie will meet you, if that is what you want. Is it? Anika: You're saying she's feline? Kitty: Slightly more than me and Chase. I'm sorry if I've messed up your perfect world even more than before, but you see, I wanted to know. Anika: And she's got a son whose father is also a feline? Kitty: Yes. Anika: When can I meet them? Kitty: After you've told mother and Chase.
Anika: I can't. Kitty: You must. No more secrets. Mother has the right to know. Anika: And if I won't? Kitty: I will tell them. I might even come up with some embellishments of my own. You know I've got a good imagination. Anika: You wouldn't! - Who am I kidding? Of course you would. All right, I will tell them. Kitty: When? Anika: Tonight. No use delaying it any longer. I guess I should have told all of you years ago.
Charlene: Hello again. Who's your friend? Schizo: This is Larry. Charlene: Hi Larry. I'm Charlene. Larry: I think I need to go.
Charlene: That was a bit rude. He looked like he was running away. Schizo: He was. I guess you're a bit too scary for him. Charlene: Me? Scary? Oh, he's one of those. Schizo: Yes. He'd prefer someone like Ruby. He thinks he's good at hiding it, but I can see he's got a crush on her. Charlene: You don't seem too worried about that. Schizo: Why would I? It's not like he's ever going to tell her.
Kitty: So, I can expect Chase to storm here tomorrow, blaming me of who knows what. Anika: I suppose so. She wasn't happy when your mother told us about your decision concerning Brian. Why would you want to have anything to do with him? He left you and didn't keep in touch. Kitty: It wasn't quite that simple. You must know about it. Anika: He beat her. She had every right to legal action. Kitty: All right, but all that is old history. He's different now and he's Rosie's grandpa. I need to give him a second chance.
Bea: Are you still talking about important stuff or can I come down? Anika: We're finished. You can come down. I think I need to be going now, I've got things to do. Kitty: Where's Rosie? Bea: With Mary. I... I told her I want to talk to you alone. Kitty: Sounds serious.
Kitty: So, what do you want to talk about? Bea: Do you believe in god? Kitty: Depends on which one you're talking about. What brought this on? Bea: Daniel said that if you don't believe in god, you go to hell when you die. He said it's a really bad place. Kitty: Oh dear. Bea, your mother doesn't want us to talk about religion with you, because she doesn't believe in any of them, but I guess we'll have to make an exception here.
Riddick: Ruby, have you talked with Billy lately? Ruby: Not with Billy, but with Daniel. He's worried about Billy. I told him he should tell Billy to ask Mary to the party. Is that what you're wondering about? If I know he's taking her out? Mary called and told me he had been to see her. Riddick: You're quite a planner. Ruby: They're both unhappy and need a bit of cheering up. And I still feel bad about Billy. Riddick: Hagrid said you worry too much about others. You've got your own life to sort out too, remember?
Ruby: My life is getting sorted out very nicely. Schizo asked me to marry him. Riddick: What?! Ruby: Well, he sort of blurted it out by accident and he said himself that it was too soon, but I am thinking about it. Riddick: Ruby, dating him is one thing, but marriage... Ruby: It's none of your business. You know we love each other. And I want a family of my own. A real family.
Ruby: Riddick, don't talk about any of it with him. I don't want you two to start arguing. Riddick: Just promise me you will think about it very carefully. There's no hurry. Ruby: I know you're only thinking what's best for me, but I can take care of myself now. Riddick: Yes, I suppose you can. Does real family mean you want to have children? Ruby: I think so. I'm not quite sure yet, but I'm thinking about it too. Bella, that's Mrs. Splinter, said that most people can cope with parenting when faced with the situation. Riddick: Are you worried about Schizo? I suppose he would be an eccentric father, but he wouldn't be the first one of that kind.