Ginger: Ruby? Are you here?
Ruby: Physically, yes. Why?
Ginger: Because if you weren’t here, I’d be talking to myself.
Ruby: Don’t you mean ‘complaining’ to yourself?
Ginger: I haven’t started complaining yet, so no. I mean I’d be talking to myself.
Ruby: Okay. 3…2…1…
Ginger: So, today, I was approached by a former supervisor asking where some information is being kept. I informed him that all that information was in a folder under the most capable hands of Mandy. Three times, in three different ways, I was asked the same question. I answered him, three different times, in the same way each time, that Mandy has all that information now.
Ruby: I just can’t believe it…
Ginger: I know! I… Are you listening to me?
Ruby: Fly’s a spy.
Ginger: I’m trying to tell you–I’m sorry, what?
Ruby: Fly is a spy. He’s a spy. For the Communists.
Ginger: Did I really hear you correctly?
Ruby: He is a spy. He’s a Communist spy. A spy for the Communists.
Ginger: Am I really awake?
Ruby: He’s very good at it, too. He blends in with society, he finds all sorts of information that is easy to come by, if you’re not a spy for the Commies. He’s not someone you’d suspect. He’s a spy.
Ginger: I think I got lost in the conversation…could we try starting again? I’ll walk in and ask if you’re home…
Ruby: Would you suspect Fly of being an expert in espionage? No. No one would. That’s why he’s so good.
Ginger: Did you take an expired aspirin or something?
Ruby: I mean, look at the pictures here. You wouldn’t believe it to look at him, would you?
Ginger: I’m going to get you some water…are you feverish?
Ruby: Look, just look…blue button-down shirt and khakis…there’s no covert attitude in those relaxed shoulders! You don’t suspect him of Commie scheming with that half-smile!
Ginger: I think you should put down the pictures and step away from the vent. Maybe some weird noxious gasses are being filtered in here or something…
Ruby: Ginger, I’m serious! Look at the pictures!
Ginger: Ruby, you’re hallucinating! He’s not a–why is that man dressed like a chicken?
Ruby: That’s one of Fly’s friends. His name is Guy.
Ginger: And that woman? Fly is a friend of Wonder Woman?
Ruby: That’s another of his friends. They all play Quiz Bowl at the local bar on Friday nights.
Ginger: Are they all spies together?
Ruby: No, look, Fly is the only spy.
Ruby: See, in this picture, he’s with the winners of the costume party’s contest.
Ruby: Personally, I thought the Mona Lisa should have won first prize, but I really can’t begrudge the man behind the Julius Caesar costume. How do you think he got forty puppets to stay glued to his body all night?
Ginger: Fly is dressed up as a Communist spy for Halloween?
Ruby: Yes, what did you think I was talking about?
Ginger: Did he place?
Ruby: Most Creative. Look at the detail on the Mona Lisa, though, she even got the frame right!
Ginger: Fly is dressed up as a Communist spy for Halloween.
Ruby: Are you okay? Do you need to sit down? Oh, yeah, I’m sorry…what were you talking about before?
Ruby: Did you say something about aspirin? Do you need one?
Ginger: No…no, I think I need to wait until reality re-settled completely.
Ruby: Why do you…you didn’t think I was serious about Fly being in espionage, did you?
Ginger: Well…you made some excellent points…no one would expect him…and…
Ruby: Ginger, honestly, I don’t know where you get your ideas sometimes. It’s Fly!
Ginger: Well…he does seem to collect a lot of information…
Ruby: He’s a doctor. He has to be informed.
Ginger: And he does seem unobtrusive…
Ruby: So? It’s not always great to stand in the spotlight.
Ginger: And he does speak more than one language…
Ruby: Well, you would, too, if your parents were fromThailand.
Ginger: And he can pick a lock in under thirty seconds…
Ruby: You can, too!
Ginger: Not in the dark.
Ruby: When have you been with Fly, in the dark, picking locks?
Ginger: I was just assuming he could pick a lock. You confirmed it.
Ruby: Fly is an American citizen. He’s a doctor and he’s…talented…with…a lock pick… All this does not add up to “Communist spy!”
Ginger: Says the person who won’t admit Marilyn Monroe and James Dean were actually spies killed in the line of duty and badly covered up by the government!
Ruby: Ginger, for the last time, Zoolander was not Hollywood’s attempt to throw you off the case by coming out with the truth.
Ginger: Partial truth! PARTIAL truth!
Ruby: I think I need that aspirin now…