Ginger: I blame you!
Ruby: Is that supposed to shock me?
Ginger: At this point? Probably not.
Ruby: So. What happened this time?
Ginger: I binge-watched an entire TV show. In a day.
Ruby: Exactly how did you plan to blame that on me?
Ginger: I’m not sure yet, but I’m working on it.
Ruby: Why didn’t you just pace yourself? Y’know. Like normal people.
Ginger: If they wanted me to wait between episodes, they wouldn’t have released them all on the same day!
Ruby: Who releases a whole show in one day?
Ruby: OH. We’re talking about Hemlock Grove, aren’t we?
Ginger: I could have been talking about that show about the woman in jail.
Ruby: I’ve met you. You’re way more into weird supernatural nonsense.
Ginger: This is true.
Ruby: So, we’re talking about Hemlock Grove, aren’t we?
Ginger: Well, I kind of have to talk about it with you. My mother just laughs whenever I try to tell her about it.
Ruby: Why would she laugh?
Ginger: Because she’s close-minded and speciesist. Werewolves need to pay rent for the days when they’re more human than mutt. Obviously.
Ruby: I think it’s adorable that you think I’ll side with you on an argument regarding werewolves.
Ginger: You side with me on the argument about macaroni and cheese is not the same thing as pasta alfredo.
Ruby: That’s because that is a sound argument with only logic and sense on our side.
Ginger: Thank you.
Ruby: Arguing about the financial status of werewolves is less sound.
Ginger: Look, all I’m saying is that it’s not a laughable matter.
Ruby: And I’m saying your mother is a sensible woman.
Ginger: You would. Doesn’t she pay you to say these things?
Ruby: She doesn’t have to. It helps to know I’m not the only one who has to listen to your insanity.
Ginger: Mom says the same thing about you…