Ruby: Oh – nothing, I just won the level.
Ginger: Oh. Hey, how many times can I put a four here?
Ruby: …that’s Sudoku…
Ruby: You…filled the square with fours.
Ginger: Yeah, but it’s cool, because there’s nine squares inside that square and there was already a four there, so now I know where all the fours go.
Ruby: That’s not how Sudoku works…
Ginger: I think you tried telling me that before, but I like locking all the fours into one square. They cause less trouble this way.
Ruby: Ginger, you’re supposed to spread them out across the grid…
Ginger: I think that your computer is talking to you…
Ruby: Give me the Sudoku…why do you insist on doing these in permanent marker?
Ginger: I like the way the color pops. Seriously, your computer is demanding you either pay taxes or start a war.
Ruby: Urgh! Why do you do this all the time? Now I have to retrace the whole grid again…where is my graph paper?
Ginger: Can I start a war with your computer?
Ruby: What? Yeah, fine, just don’t lose the war…
Ginger: Okay. Who am I fighting?
Ruby: The…computer’s version of bad guys?
Ginger: Did they do something terrible?
Ruby: Yes. They cancelled the computer’s version of Firefly.
Ginger: THOSE WRETCHED BEASTS!!!
Ruby: Yeah, I know.
Ginger: They’re defeated. Ooh! I was given spoils of war!
Ruby: Why did you put all the fives and twos in one square together?
Ginger: They wanted to have a party together.
Ruby: You can’t fit all nine of either number into the same square…there’s five fives and four twos in here!
Ginger: Well, yeah. It’d be weird for there to be four fives and five twos.
Ginger: Four is divisible by two; five is divisible by five.
Ruby: But the other square will have five twos and four fives.
Ginger: No, I don’t let that happen. Wait, did you let that happen?
Ruby: No, I followed the actual rules of Sudoku.
Ginger: That’s so weird…
Ruby: Yeah. Hey, wait, what did you do with the game?
Ginger: I just renamed your cities. It’s no biggie.
Ruby: Why did you name them all after characters from Firefly?
Ginger: It’s psychological warfare. I’m taking down the last remnants of your enemies by showing them how amazing Firefly is.
Ruby: …you know I lied about the computer’s version of bad guys, right?
Ginger: Don’t care. I’m winning.
Ruby: You’re…actually winning.
Ginger: You should probably finish that Sudoku.
Ruby: …you did this on purpose, didn’t you? You just wanted to be able to rename my cities.
Ginger: …was it that obvious?
Ruby: Actually? Not that obvious.
Ginger: YAY! I’m learning!!
Ruby: …yeah, that’s what we needed to teach you.