Riddick: Fear I can understand, I have instilled enough of it. What I can't understand is that you're willing to give up without even trying. - I should feed you to Toby. Scooter: Listen to yourself. What is it with you people? All I want is a nice and quiet life, not a bunch of lunatics hanging around. Riddick: Kitty said you're nice, but I'm beginning to seriously doubt it. There's nothing nice about your prejudices.
Scooter: I thought you would be happy to see me go. You'll have her all for yourself now. Riddick: Is that it? You're even bigger fool than I thought. Go on, get out of here. Go and find yourself a nice, safe and boring life somewhere else. Scooter: That's exactly what I will do. Riddick: You know, you're going to spend a lot of time wondering what could have been. Suits you right.
Orlock: Looks like your mysterious admirer sent you more flowers. Kitty: No. The red roses were from Scooter. He won't be sending me flowers anymore. Orlock: Who then? Kitty: Someone who wants to be nice.
Penguin 1: ...and then there's the winner of the "Creep of the Year" award, Kevin. Kitty: Kevin? The lawyer? He isn't a creep. Well, not that sort, anyway. Penguin 2: No, not him. This one is the son of one of the major financers of the show. Penguin 1: That's him there. If I were you, I'd stay clear of him.
Kitty: Why haven't I seen him or heard of him before? Penguin 1: He's been in the looney bin for quite some time. I don't know what they were thinking, letting him out again. Kitty: Well, thanks for the warning. Although I can always handle one nutcase. It's not as if I haven't done that sort of thing before. Penguin 2: I hope you're right, but I can assure you, you have never met someone like him before.
Kitty: Riddick, did you notice that guy who went out when you came in? His name is Kevin. Riddick: What about him? Kitty: The penguins said he could mean trouble. They've been here a long time, so they should know. They're always putting their beaks into things that are none of their business, but I don't remember anyone ever accusing them of lying. Riddick: Neither do I. All right, I'll keep an eye on this Kevin.
Kitty: Oh, hello. What are you doing here? I don't think you're supposed to come to this part of the building. - What's the matter? Why aren't you saying anything? Cat got your tongue? Tee hee. - Honestly. You could at least answer me. It's very rude to just stare and not say anything. - OK, be rude, if you want, but go and do that somewhere else.
Kitty: Didn't you hear me? Are you deaf? Read my lips: Get - out. Leave - me - alone.
Riddick: OK, you heard what she said. I think it's time for you to go now, Kevin. You have no business in this part of the building.
Kitty: Thanks. Although I could have handled that myself. But he certainly is a strange one. Riddick: He wasn't doing anything, though. Just staring. There's no reason to panic for something like that. Kitty: I wasn't panicking.
A little later: Kitty: You again! What do you think you're doing? You have no business being here. Get out now before I do something I might regret later. - You think I'm joking, don't you? I wouldn't bet on it. - All right, as you wish. TOBY!!!
Kitty: Would you please leave now? Or would you rather become dinner? It's your choice. - If I were you, I would stay out of here from now on. Toby has formed an opinion of you and it isn't a favorable one.
Kitty: Aren't you a good dog? You showed that creep. I'm sorry I couldn't let you do anything to him, but Kermit and Wendy wouldn't have liked it at all. Riddick: What happened? I saw Kevin coming from here and he seemed to be in a hurry. Kitty: Nothing. He was here when I came in and then I just offered him the choice of leaving or becoming Toby's dinner. He's a clever boy, so he chose the first option. I don't think I'll be seeing him here again.
Orlock: How does he do it? I never quite manage to master that ultimate creep factor, no matter how hard I try. Kitty: You should be happy you don't know how to master it. You wouldn't live long, being that small. Orlock: It's that bad, huh? I had no idea. Kitty: I'd feed him to Toby, if there were no consequences. You know, it is possible that it could be considered as cruelty to animals.
Riddick: That Kevin got you nervous, didn't he? What if I told you that you can go and do something about him? Assuming that you don't go too far. Kitty: Really? And it would be OK with you? Cool. Riddick: But don't tell me anything about it. I don't want to lie to Kermit.
And so: Kermit: What did Kitty do to Kevin? Riddick: What do you mean? Kermit: He left in a hurry. As he never speaks, I didn't quite understand what was wrong, but he seemed to panic when he saw Kitty. Riddick: Really? I don't know anything about that. What I do know is that he was harrassing Kitty, so if she did do something, he probably deserved it. Kermit: Are you sure?
Riddick: Then there's of course the possibility that Toby didn't like him following Kitty around. Kermit: But you're sure that whatever happened, Kevin started it? That's really all I need to know. Maybe it's even better that I don't know the details. Then I won't have to lie to his father. And I think we shouldn't mention any of this to Wendy. Riddick: I won't say a word. You decide what you want to tell her.
After a little while: Hagrid: Kevin was very upset when he came back from here. He's a bit difficult to understand sometimes, but I managed to find out that he had been scared by some sort of a monster. Riddick: Monster? Can't think of anything else but Toby. Although, he's not a monster, just a guard dog. Hagrid: No, can't be him. I got the impression that it was some sort of a feline. Riddick: Cat? You want to meet your monster? I'll be happy to introduce you.
Riddick: Kitty, this is Hagrid, Kevin's father. Hagrid, this is Kitty. Kitty: Nice to meet you. Hagrid: Are you trying to say...? HA HA HA HA!!! Kitty: What's wrong with him? Riddick: Nothing. He just imagined you'd be a bit different.
Hagrid: ...so you're the one who finally managed to get him behave a little better. I'm sorry, if he made you feel uncomfortable. He has that effect on most people. Kitty: If I had known he's harmless nowadays, I wouldn't have done it. It's just that I was told about how he was before. Hagrid: Don't worry. It was time for him to learn that he can't go anywhere he pleases. Personal boundaries have never been a concept he could understand very well.