Riddick: What are you doing here? Marv: I could ask you the same thing. I came to see Chase. Her grandma said she'd be here. I want to talk to her. Riddick: So you're that Marv. Marv: Chase's ex, if that's what you mean. Can I talk to her now? Riddick: Just talk? Is that all you're going to do?
Marv: Come on, I just got out. I'm not planning to go back. Even punishing her for what she did to me isn't worth that. Riddick: I heard you killed that guy all by yourself. Marv: She made me do it. I was a bit crazy at the time, so it wasn't difficult. Of course I was guilty, but so was she. I have paid for my part.
Riddick: I must confess I'm starting to find it really hard to know who's telling the truth. Marv: Believe me. Kitty is all right, a bit wild and impulsive, but deep down she's nice. Chase is the dangerous one. You don't want to get involved with her. Riddick: It's a bit late for that, I think.
Marv: How's the dog? Riddick: Fine. Don't tell me you want him back after all this time. Marv: No, just asking. Riddick: By the way, did he have a name? Marv: Of course, didn't I tell you then? He's Toby. Riddick: I should have guessed.
Kitty: Hi Marv! Looking for Chase? I'll show you where she is. Riddick: Would you come back here after that? I think there's something we need to talk about. Kitty: Sure, whatever.
Riddick: You've been lying to me all this time. About Toby. Kitty: Not lying, just not telling the truth. Besides, I wasn't sure at first it was him. He was a puppy when we first met. Then when I was sure, I decided not to tell, because it would have meant telling you some of the other stuff. How did you find out? Riddick: Marv told me. - So, did Chase do something to Toby? Kitty: I don't know. Marv never told. I'm not sure if he knew either.
Chase: What are you doing here? Marv: I'm a free man again. I just wanted to come and tell you that personally. I guess I was lucky to get away from you alive, although it cost me a few years. Chase: Well, good for you. Why are you bothering me? Go and enjoy your new freedom as long as it lasts. Marv: I will. But remember, I haven't forgotten anything. If I find a way to prove what you did to me, I will do it.
Chase (thinking): Damn. What now? The time behind bars has certainly done him some good. He seemed quite sane and a bit too clever to my taste. Does he know too much? Can he prove anything? How can I be sure? I really don't need all this right now. Why did they have to let him out ahead of time? Good behavior and all that nonsense, I suppose.
Chase: This was your doing, wasn't it? Kitty: What do you mean? Marv just showed up and he was not going to go away without seeing you. Besides, he has decided to stay out of trouble, so there was no real threat. Was he aggressive or aggravating? Chase: His whole being is aggravating, you know that.
Some time afterwards: Wendy: Where's Chase? Riddick: I just saw her and she was going to see Kitty before leaving. Wendy: Fozzie, you go and find her. Just bring her here. Don't say anything, except that we need to ask her a few questions. Riddick: What's going on?
Wendy: I'm sorry, but we have to arrest her. She was trying to hire a hitman to take care of her ex. That "hitman" happened to be an undercover cop and now we've got the evidence we need. Some old cases will be reopened as well. Like I said, there is a difference between dropping charges and "not guilty." She's not going to get off easy. I tried to warn you, but you didn't want to hear me.
Riddick: If you wanted her not to take interest in me, why did you tell her all those bad things about me, fictional or not? Didn't you think that it would have just the opposite effect? Kitty: She's always been more into that "corruption of innocence" thing. So, I thought maybe if she thinks you're bad all through, she'll leave you alone. It didn't work though. I should have known. She always finds the weak spot. Riddick: I used to think I wouldn't mind - I mean, the sort of things she did - but it isn't that simple. All that lying. And I was stupid enough to believe.
Kitty: I'm sorry. I tried to stop you. That's more than I did with the others. I know we're not exactly friends, but still, I wanted to keep you out of this mess. Riddick: Thanks... I guess. I think I need a moment alone now. Kitty: Sure. I'll go, you stay here. No one's going to look for you in here.
Kitty: Well, no one except Jack. Jack: Riddick! Kitty: Not now, honey. Come on, let's go and find uncle Max.
Wendy: How is he? Kitty: He hasn't spoken to me since we talked right after Chase was arrested. Actually, I think he's been avoiding me on purpose. Wendy: Maybe he should take a little vacation, to get out of here for a few days. Kitty: Yeah, maybe it would help. But will he agree to that? Wendy: I'll speak with Kermit. They get along well and I'm sure he can convince Riddick that we're not trying to get rid of him.
Orlock: Where's Riddick? - Kitty, hello-o, can you hear me? Kitty: Oh sorry, I was miles away. What did you say? Orlock: Where's Riddick? Kitty: Kermit gave him a few days off to go and get his head sorted. Orlock: But he is coming back? Kitty: I hope so.
Jack: Riddick! Kitty: Sorry, Jack. No Riddick today. Nor tomorrow...
Kitty: Oh, Piggy. Hello. Um, are you looking for someone? Piggy: Actually, I was looking for you. This here is Piggley, my nephew. He came to the city with his parents for a couple of days. I promised he could be here while his parents went shopping. He's getting bored with me, so I thought maybe he'd have more fun with Jack. Could you...?
Kitty: Sure, we'll look after him too. Piggy: Thank you. You know where to find me, if there are any problems. There shouldn't be, though. He is a very sensible and well-behaved little boy. Piggley, this here is Kitty. Piggley: Nice to meet you, Miss.
Kitty: Sensible and well-behaved, eh? Let's see what we can do about that. Orlock: Kitty, you can't do that. Piggy will kill you if you get her nephew into trouble. Kitty: Life without thrills is not worth living. OK, what should we do? Let's go and figure out something.
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