Kitty: You said that you swore you would never kill anyone again. So you actually did kill someone? But you said the worst thing you have done was almost killing someone. Can't you explain all that to me? Riddick: You really are obsessed about the past. What is it? Why can't you just accept me the way I am now? I am not the man I was then. Knowing about the past won't do you any good. Kitty: But I want to know...
Riddick: You want to know? All right, I'll tell you. At least then we'll get it over with one way or the other. Let's start from the thing you most want to know, the worst thing I've ever done, shall we? Kitty: Why are you speaking to me like that? Riddick: You want to know, I never wanted to tell. Am I supposed to sound happy? But let's get to the point.
Riddick: You asked how almost killing someone could be worse than killing someone. It can be, if that someone is the woman you're intending to marry. Kitty: What? Riddick: You heard me. We had a row, I lost control, I almost killed her. Happy now? I'm not. - I need to get out of here.
Ruby: What's the matter? - Or maybe I shouldn't ask... Riddick: Don't ask. I've had quite enough nosy questions for one day, thank you. Ruby: I didn't mean... You don't need to... Riddick: I'm sorry. I just... I'm not angry at you. I need to be alone.
Ruby: Isn't there anything I can do to help? - I hope that wasn't a nosy question. Riddick: No, it wasn't. I don't think you can help, I need to take care of my problems myself. Ruby: You have helped me with my problems. I'd like to return the favor, if I can. Riddick: I'm not sure you want to hear. You don't like that side of me. I don't think even Kitty likes it much now.
Ruby: You had an argument with Kitty? Riddick: Are you another one who won't give up? What is it with you women? Always wanting to know things you would be better off not knowing. Ruby: I just want to help, but if you think...
Riddick: Don't look so miserable, you know how it makes me feel. Could we go to your room to talk about this? I need to get somewhere out of sight. And I don't want to see Kitty, not now. Ruby: All right, let's go. You can take that with you. If you have decided to get drunk, I'm not trying to stop you, but I'm not going to let you go out to do it either.
Ruby: Now then, lie down on the bed and tell Dr. Ruby all about it. Riddick: Dr. Ruby, eh? When did you manage to get a degree? Ruby: You have no idea of the things you can get online. Unfortunately qualifications are not included, so I'm just a quack, but I think that should be good enough for you.
Riddick: Well, doctor, I trust you know what you're doing. At least you didn't take away my medication. Ruby: Let's hear it. What's so bad you need all that? Riddick: Kitty has been asking about the past. I... I have done something really horrible. Ruby: But not to her? Riddick: No, of course not. I couldn't. You know that.
Riddick: All you need to know is that it was something I would never do again. And that's why I wasn't going to tell her, but she kept insisting. So, finally I told her. A bit too bluntly, I'm afraid. Ruby: And now you're afraid that she's doesn't love you anymore? Is that it? Riddick: Yeah, I guess so. In a way, it's better that she knows about it, but I'm not sure she can deal with it, because it's something that could make her afraid of me.
Ruby: Was it something like that thing you offered to do for me? Riddick: Worse, much worse. I've been regretting it ever since. - Could you go and get me another one of these? Ruby: I don't think I should, but all right, this time. Riddick: Thank you. You really are much too kind. Ruby: I know.
Kitty: Ruby, have you seen Riddick? I can't find him anywhere. Ruby: Sorry, I haven't seen him. I'm sure he's here somewhere. Kitty: He was so angry. I didn't realize... Ruby: What? Kitty: Oh, nothing. Just thinking aloud. If you see him, tell him I'm looking for him.
Kermit: Ruby, where's Riddick? I know he's not supposed to be working tonight, but there's something I'd like to discuss with him. Ruby: Maybe he's gone out. Kitty was looking for him, too. Kermit: Oh, well, I'll talk with him tomorrow. I guess it's not that urgent.
Ruby: Riddick, are you asleep? - Riddick? - Great. What am I supposed to do now?
Next morning Riddick: Where the hell am I? What time is it? Ruby: Oh... good morning... I think it's about time to wake up. Maybe you would now vacate my bed. Riddick: Ruby? What...? How...? Ruby: Don't panic. You passed out and I had to sleep somewhere. Don't worry, I haven't got anything contagious.
Riddick: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to... Ruby: Everything is all right. Although, you do snore. Riddick: I don't remember... Did I...? Ruby: You behaved very well, except that you passed out. You did at one point in your sleep say that you love me, but I think you thought I was someone else as I'm certainly not your "little kitty cat." - No need to be embarrassed. I think it was cute. Riddick: Uh... yes, well...
Ruby: You should go now. And you should talk to Kitty. She was worried last night. I didn't tell her where you were and you don't need to tell her either, if you think that's the best thing to do. Riddick: Thanks. I think it would be a good idea not to talk about this. Ruby: Now, wait a little, while I check that the coast is clear, then you can go.
Kitty: You look awful. What have you been doing? Oh, no need to tell, I can smell it. Riddick: Just what I need, insults before breakfast. Not that I feel like breakfast. Kitty: We need to talk, but I don't think it's a good idea right now. You don't look like you're up to it. Riddick: You're right about that. Maybe a little later, when I feel like a human being again.
Kitty: By the way, where were you? Max checked the bars and didn't find you. Riddick: I was here. Kitty: No, you weren't. I searched everywhere. Riddick: Yes, I was. I just found a good place out of sight. Kitty: Very good place, if that's really true. I thought I knew all the hiding places here.
Orlock: How could you? Ruby: What do you mean? Orlock: I saw him coming out of here this morning. How could you? Ruby: You got it all wrong. He needed to talk, then he passed out. How was I supposed to get him out of here? So, I let him sleep. Nothing happened, Max. And you shouldn't tell anyone about what you saw, because others would think the same way as you do.