"What was that?"
"Oh that was...um...nothing. Nothing you need to know about anyway."
"Charles, there was a loud explosion coming right from our garage. I think I have a right to know what that noise was, preferably before the house collapses on top of us."
"People like you wouldn't understand, Rebecca. I'm trying to improve the world."
"By setting our house on fire? Charles, you know I love you, but do you have any idea how dumb that sounds?"
"I'm getting there, love. We'll live in peace some day, as long as the rest of the human world doesn't get in our way."
"Do I need to schedule an appointment with your therapist?"
"With m... no, no, forget about my therapist. That women wouldn't know what was happening if it hit her upside the head with a whip. "
"I'm going to change the world for us, darling. just you wait."
"What can I do to convice you to stop this crazy train before you kill someone...there's some pudding in the fridge. You want some of that?"
"Rebecca, I don't have time to indulge myself. You can relax, but I have so much work to do."
"You'll thank me later. We'll live in peace, just the two of us."
"Or you'll end up in prison and I'll be a lonely old women who cries every night over losing her insane yet charming husband. It's your choice, Charles."
"What is this even for, Charles? Why havce you been so caught up in making so much noise
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