Ruby: Just when I thought you were different... Riddick: I'm sorry. Maybe we should forget this. But if you change your mind, you only need to tell me and I'll make it happen. Ruby: Don't take this the wrong way, but do you realize how small the difference between you and my dad is? Riddick: It's a matter of where you draw the line.
Ruby: Do you realize what he's like? Kitty: Riddick? Yes, I think so. He doesn't talk about his past, but I think I have a fairly good idea. Ruby: Don't you care? He talked about hurting another person like it was just a question of how much damage you want done. Kitty: I think that's something you should keep quiet about. He shouldn't have told you. Ruby: I won't say anything. I don't want him to get into trouble because of me.
Ruby: I know you love him. How can you, knowing what he's like? Aren't you afraid? Kitty: That's just one side of him and it doesn't surface very often. In fact, I think I have probably seen just a small glimpse of what he's capable of and I've known him for a fairly long time. Ruby: I don't understand it. He was so nice to me and then suddenly he sounded so cold and cruel. I got scared of him again.
Kitty: You shouldn't have told her about the third option. She's horrified. Riddick: I guess you're right. I just can't stop thinking what it must have been like and I hate it that he's going to walk. She's not going to do anything about it. Kitty: It's her choice. She just wants to forget and build a new life for herself. It would be much more useful, if you helped her with that, instead of planning a revenge she doesn't want. You could start by showing her that not everybody who looks like her father is as violent as he is. - That is, if you can.
Marv: Hello. You're Ruby, right? Ruby: Yes. I... I'm sorry I was so rude last time. I got scared. Marv: It's all right, I'm used to that. Have you seen Miss Piggy? Ruby: She said she would be in her dressing room and that you can go there.
Kitty: Was that Marv? I thought I heard his voice. Ruby: Yes, he came to see Miss Piggy. Kitty: Those two certainly make a strange couple, but I must admit it is one of my finest accomplishments. Ruby: What is? Kitty: Getting them together.
Ruby: What's he like? He looks like he could cause a lot of trouble, if he wanted to. Kitty: Very accurate characterization. Let me put it this way: You thought Riddick's suggestion was horrible. You don't want to know what Marv would do in the same situation. And you couldn't stop him, not if he got something like that into his head.
Ruby: What is it with them? Kitty: What do you mean? Ruby: Either they're beating us half to death or they're beating the ones who beat us. I hate all that violence. I just want people to be nice and get along. Kitty: I see. I'm sorry, but I have no explanation. At least, not one that would make any sense to you.
Ruby: There's something... I... Riddick: Yes? Is something wrong? Ruby: I was just wondering... Are you mad at me for not doing anything? I'm a coward, I know, but I just couldn't. Riddick: Don't think about it anymore. I'm not mad. It was your decision, I understand that now.
Ruby: I guess Kitty gave you hard time over it. Riddick: How did you know about that? Yes, she was quite stern when she explained it to me, but she was right to do so. Ruby: How come you just take all that from her? You wouldn't need to. Riddick: You mean I could shut her up, because I'm bigger? I would never do that.
Ruby: How about Wendy? I've been hearing all sorts of things and it seems to be the general view that you're scared of her. Riddick: What?! Ruby: Maybe I wasn't supposed to tell you... Riddick: It's all right. I was just surprised. I guess it could seem that way, but really I just follow the principle that manager's wife is always right, even when she's wrong. Makes life a lot easier.
Anika: Kitty. Kitty: Grandma, what is it now? And mother! What are you doing here? Toffee: The trial is almost over. Of course I had to come. Chase needs our support now. Kitty: And since when did you care? Did you bring your latest toyboy with you or did you already dump him?
Toffee: I wish you wouldn't call him that. He's younger than me, but I can assure you that he is a man, not a boy. Kitty: Spare me from the gruesome details. Did you have something of at least marginal interest to tell me or is this just an unnecessary social call? Toffee: You have always been so rude. I'm sure you got that from your father.
Anika: We came to ask you to come with us to the court to hear the sentence. You haven't shown any interest in the trial otherwise, but you could at least do that. Kitty: Don't hold your breath. I don't want to see her, except behind bars.
Orlock: I know you're not exactly an expert on these things, but I don't know who else to ask... Riddick: What things? Orlock: Women. - Do you think Ruby likes me? She's friendly and all that, but she's friendly to everybody. Riddick: And you wish she would like you a bit more? I'm sorry, I can't give you any advice. As you said, I'm no expert on the subject.
Orlock: What am I supposed to do? I can't just go to her and ask, can I? Riddick: You could, if you were brave enough. Orlock: Are you saying I'm a coward? Riddick: Calm down. I haven't been able to do that myself either. Orlock: Are you talking about Kitty? You know she loves you. What's the difficulty? Riddick: I'm not sure she would believe me.
Riddick: Hold on, Max. How did you know? Orlock: Know what? Riddick: You said "you know she loves you." How did you know that I know? Who has been eavesdropping? Was it you? Or those damned penguins again? I swear, I'm going to... Orlock: Take it easy. Remember Wendy. - I... I guess I better shut up and go.
Riddick: So, it's coming to an end. Are you sure you don't want to go? Kitty: Quite sure. She's caused enough trouble already. I'm going to forget her altogether, if I can. Riddick: You sound so bitter. You shouldn't let all that affect you so much. Kitty: Look who's talking. Riddick: All right, I won't say another word.
Kitty: Do you still think of her? Riddick: Not that much. I guess Ruby took my mind off from my own problems for a while. And then there's you. Kitty: What about me? I haven't been causing problems, have I? Riddick: Not the kind you think. I just keep thinking of you and me.
Kitty: Is there you and me? I thought you didn't want that. Riddick: I just can't get you out of my mind. Kitty: I shouldn't have told you. It only made things worse, didn't it? Riddick: If you mean getting me even more confused, yes. But at least you were honest, even if you were more direct about it than I would have expected.