ruby monday (4) nice try

AUGGIE: Ok, we didn't last, but we did have our moments, I'll you that.
RUBY: And that's how Felicity into the picture. All it is one of those moments. Doesn't it all make sense now?
AUGGIE: Not to me. I still think you're me, sweetheart. I'm not responsible for a baby.
RUBY: Then why do you think I married Frank? Say what you like, but at least he gave my kid a name.

AUGGIE: Good old Frank. And how is fat Mr. Grease Monkey these days?
RUBY: Who the hell knows? He out of sight fifteen years ago.
AUGGIE: That won't , pumpkin. No mother waits fifteen years to tell a man he's a father. I wasn't born yesterday, you know.
RUBY: I didn't want to to your worries. I thought I could it on my own, but I was wrong. She's in real trouble, Auggie.
AUGGIE: Nice , old girl. I wish I could help you out. You know, for old time's sake. But I guess it isn't to be.
RUBY: Come on, you must be pretty well-off, what with a steady job like this and no family to . Where does all that money go?

AUGGIE: Look, I'm not lying to you. I'm not anything up, if that's what you think. Thing is, all my spare cash is up in a business venture, and I haven't collected my profits yet. You caught me at the wrong time. It's just too bad.
RUBY: You're a cold-hearted bastard, aren't you? A business venture, my ass. How did you ever to be so mean, Auggie?
AUGGIE: I was born that way. I can't believe you didn't notice.