"So, did Tuddrussel teach you how to handle phasers?" Audrey asked.
"Well, accually, don't tell Tuddrussel this, but I get nervous around things that fire," he told her causously.
"OK," she said innocintly, then without warning... "HEY, DAD, OTTO'S AFRAID OF THINGS THAT FIRE!!"
"That's a lie!" Tuddrussel cried. "Otto's just to buisy to learn!"
"Did you HAVE to say that?" Otto whispered hoarsely.
"OK! OK! I'm sorry!" she, then, thought for a moment, then looked as if what she was going to say was absolutely crazy. "You know," she said. "You ARE pretty good with history."
"Thanks." Otto said. "So are you."
Both looked shyly at eachother then away.
"So, um, what's it like having Tuddrussel for a father?" Otto asked.
"What's it like having a maniac for a father?" Audrey joked.
Both laughed slightly.
"You must have a hard time... you know... your parents being devorced."
"YOU'RE the one to have the hard time, having to live with Tuddrussel."
"You watch to much Spongebob."
"Hey, hey, hey! I've MET Spongebob!"
"That's, um, interesting."
"What do you wanna talk about?"
"I don't know. What do you wanna talk about?"
"Well, you two had an interesting conversation," Larry interuppted, dragging Otto away. "I think we'd best be going."
"We'd better be going, too," XJ5 said.
"Well, um, goodbye," Otto said.
"Goodbye," Audrey replied. "It was nice meeting you."
Otto nodded and XJ5 slid open his complex wrist computer, typing the coordinates to send them back home. Once Shiela's squad left, Tuddrussel turned to Otto.
"You LIKE her, doncha?" he asked.
"Huh?" Otto asked, startled. "Oh. As a friend."
"No." Tuddrussel snickered. "I mean, like-her, like her." [cultural referrence: Hey Arnold!]
"WHAT!?" Otto cried. "I do not! We're just friends!"
"Yeah." Tuddrussel snickered. "Boyfriend and girlfriend."
"Otto and Audrey sittin' in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g!"
But Tuddrussel continued to chant that and Otto continued to tell him to "Stop it!" Larry sighed as he watched them and typed the coordinates to get them back home and muttered one word before launching them back to the satellite: "Humans."