Riddick: What's wrong? Orlock: I guess you knew about Ruby. That's why you said it. You could have told me. Riddick: Stop the riddles and say what you mean. Then maybe I can answer.
Orlock: I mean why she can't love me. She told me. It's not right. Riddick: I hope you didn't say that to her. - You did? How stupid can you be? Where is she? Orlock: I don't know and I don't care. Riddick: What a fine friend you turned out to be.
Riddick: Ruby? Can I come in? Ruby: Go away. Riddick: No, I won't. Max told me. I'd like to talk about that. Ruby: I don't. I'm a freak and Max hates me. Riddick: Can I come in? Or do I need to stand here for the rest of the day? Ruby: Come in then and close the door.
Riddick: Max was upset. He loves you and you just dropped a ton of bricks on him. Give him some time to get used to the idea. I'm sure he didn't mean what he said. Ruby: You think so? He looked at me... like dad did when he found out. You know, horrified and disgusted... Riddick: Tell me, what did you say to him exactly?
Kitty: I think I'll have to start paying you for these sessions soon. Faith: Don't worry. As I said, I'm glad to pay back for all the times you have helped me. What's the problem? Kitty: My father has come back. He seems to have some ideas about getting to know the only daughter he has who isn't in jail. I'm not very interested in the idea.
Faith: You don't need to have anything to do with him. After all this time, he can't expect anything from you. Kitty: I'm not sure he's the sort that will get the message that easily. He hasn't been back since the first visit, but I'm not counting on him staying away. He's in town anyway. Faith: If you're worried, why don't you ask Wendy to do some checking? I'm sure she can do that much without screwing things up.
Kitty: Wendy, I know this is a bit unusual, but so is the situation. My father came back after being absent for the most of my life. I'm not sure I want anything to do with him and to figure out whether I want or not, I need some help. Wendy: What do you want me to do? Kitty: Could you check where he has been all this time? I'm sure the information is all there on the computers. I want to know, if he's going to be trouble.
Riddick: You know, there are a lot of people out there who would only let you out on Halloween. Let's face it, Max, to them you're a freak. But what did Ruby say? She said you're nice and fine as you are. Then you treated her like she's a freak. What is the matter with you? Orlock: It's not right, that's the matter.
Riddick: Do you know that some would consider it "not right" that someone like you thinks someone as sweet and pretty as Ruby could love him? I'm not saying it isn't right, I'm just saying there are a lot of people who would see it that way. Orlock: What are you trying to say? Riddick: Ruby loves you as a friend. Are you really willing to throw that away? How often do you think you're going to find a friend like her?
Kitty: What's going on? Ruby looks miserable and Max is sulking. Riddick: Max went and asked and Ruby told him why she could never love him. Kitty: And why is that? Riddick: Max isn't a girl. Kitty: Oh... I hadn't realized. - Well, that explains Max, but surely Ruby wouldn't get that upset just for telling him?
Riddick: He didn't take it well. He hurt her feelings. She isn't quite all right with the matter herself yet and then he says it's not right... I'm sure you can imagine... Kitty: What was Max thinking? Riddick: Himself. He seems to be a master of self-pity.
Orlock: Ruby? Could we talk? Ruby: Why would you want to talk to me? Orlock: I came to say I'm sorry. I was stupid. Ruby: What made you change your mind? Orlock: Riddick explained things to me and I realized that I want to be your friend.
Ruby: And how about what I told you? Orlock: I'm not saying I understand that, but I promise I will try. Ruby: All right, I suppose that is enough. Apology accepted. - Would you like to stay and watch TV with me? Dracula is just starting. Orlock: I'd love to. It's one of my favorites. Although, I think Nosferatu is even better.
Next day: Ruby: Hi Riddick! Riddick: You're looking much better today. What's up? Ruby: Max and I are friends again. I guess I can thank you for that. Riddick: I didn't do much. We just had a little talk. What did he say? Ruby: He promised to try to understand. That's good enough for me.
Ruby: ...and then we watched Dracula. He was so funny. He knows all the best lines by heart and he can imitate that Lugosi guy perfectly. Kitty: You two are looking very happy. Riddick: Ruby and Max are friends again. Kitty: Isn't that nice. Riddick, could you come with me? I think we need to talk.
Kitty: I want you to be honest with me. Do you have more than just fatherly feelings towards Ruby? She seems to feel comfortable close to you. How do you feel? Riddick: Are you jealous? I thought you knew me better than that. Kitty: Could you just answer the question? Riddick: All right, if you insist. Although, I see no point in it as she wouldn't be interested anyway, no matter how I felt. Kitty: It's the thought that counts. Let's hear it.
Riddick: All I want is to make sure no one will ever hurt her again. She's had way too much of that already. I'll do what it takes to make her happy as long as she isn't asking for anything that wouldn't be proper. Don't you think it's a good thing there's at least someone she is letting close? Kitty: Yes, but somehow I just wish it was someone else... I'm starting to feel that she will soon know you better than I do.
Riddick: I never thought you would feel insecure. I'm sorry if I haven't paid enough attention to you lately. I'll fix that problem immediately. Kitty: Shouldn't you be getting back to work? Riddick: Work is not going anywhere, you might.
Ruby: Max, why do you look like that? What has happened? Orlock: Nothing. I was just going to see Kitty... I swear I will stop eavesdropping. Ruby: You're embarrassed! What did you hear? Orlock: Nothing... All right, I did hear something. I would never have believed he could be so mushy. Ruby: Riddick? He loves her. And I'm not sure "mushy" would be the right word.
Kermit: Ruby, where's Riddick? He was supposed to be here half an hour ago. Go find him. Ruby: Well, um... I don't think that's a good idea. I think he's... busy. Kermit: Busy? Busy where? He's supposed to be here. Ruby: I'm sure he'll be here soon.