Ruby: Ginger, what are you doing?
Ginger: Would you believe it if I said I was sleepwalking?
Ginger: Why not?
Ruby: Because you don’t sleepwalk.
Ginger: Maybe I do and I never told you that I do.
Ruby: You don’t. What are you doing?
Ginger: Would you believe it if I said I got lost on my way home and decided to stay here until I remembered where I live?
Ruby: I might have if you hadn’t started off by asking me if I would believe it.
Ginger: You think that little of my memory?
Ruby: No, I think that little of your navigational skills.
Ginger: I have navigational skills.
Ruby: You got lost going to visit your sister on a regular basis. For five years.
Ginger: She lived in a very tricky neighborhood.
Ruby: It was a grid!
Ginger: It shifted within the time-space continuum on a regular basis. Everyone knows that.
Ruby: What are you doing?
Ginger: Would you believe it if I said I could smell the cookies you just baked?
Ruby: I baked cookies last week.
Ginger: The aroma took that long to waft my way.
Ruby: You’re not even eating cookies…
Ginger: Obviously. You baked them last week. I don’t expect them to still be here.
Ruby: Ginger, just tell me what are you doing?
Ginger: Would you believe it if I –
Ruby: No. Just tell me the truth. What are you doing?
Ginger: I wanted to get you and Fly a wedding gift unlike any other wedding gift.
Ruby: And that requires you to go through my DVD collection?
Ginger: Yes. I have to know what movies you own so I don’t get you something you already have.
Ruby: Most people look at the wedding registry.
Ginger: Do I look like most people?
Ruby: It’s just a suggestion.
Ginger: Yeah. How come you don’t have a copy of Footloose?
Ruby: Because…I don’t…?
Ginger: It’s weird. You don’t have a copy of Footloose, Dirty Dancing, Flashdance or – oh, no, wait, you have a copy of The Cutting Edge. I was worried.
Ruby: Worried I didn’t copy your entire DVD collection?
Ginger: No. I was worried that you were avoiding acknowledging you know those movies by heart.
Ruby: I don’t.
Ginger: Which is why you’ll get them as your wedding present.
Ruby: I don’t want them as my wedding present.
Ginger: Too bad it’s not up to you what people buy you for your wedding.
Ruby: That’s why there’s a wedding registry.
Ginger: That’s like telling people what to buy you.
Ruby: It’s so that we don’t get people buying us dance movie classics from the 80’s to overstock our DVD collection.
Ginger: Your life is so boring sometimes.
Ruby: Well, then, it’s a good thing I have you in my life to make that an infrequent occurrence.
Ginger: Would you believe it if I said that was my plan all along?
Ruby: Yes. Yes, I would.