User:Gta-mysteries/Michelle Dialogue

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Conversation one

Michelle: How are you settling in?

Niko: Slowly. Your country is strange. Your city makes people crazy.

Michelle: How's Roman?

Niko: Okay.

Michelle: He likes to gamble though, doesn't he?

Niko: I don't know about that.

Michelle: Mallorie said he was in debt, to some criminals. Do you know about that?

Niko: No.

Michelle: That would really scare me. Organized crime, I mean.

Niko: Me too.

Michelle: Do you think they'll try to involve Roman?

Niko: I don't think Roman would make much of a criminal.

Michelle: I guess not... Interesting weather, isn't it?

Niko: Very.

Conversation two

Michelle: So, thanks for taking me out again.

Niko: No problem.

Michelle: Yeah, I've never dated a foreign guy before - a lot from another planet, but none from another country.

Niko: Okay.

Michelle: Tell me about yourself. Tell me about Niko Bellic.

Niko: There is not much to tell. I just moved here.

Michelle: I know - and you live with your cousin - but what do you guys do?

Niko: I don't have regular work, yet.

Michelle: So, what did you do in Europe?

Niko: I worked, in tourism. In travel industry.

Michelle: Did you fight in the war?

Niko: Sure.

Michelle: How was that?

Niko: How do you think it was? Seeing your friends die? Seeing men have their legs blown off? It was... it was... it ruined me.

Michelle: I'm so sorry.

Niko: Me too. Maybe here, things will be different.

Conversation three

Michelle: How's Mallorie? We haven't spoken in a while.

Niko: Good, I think.

Michelle: Good. She's a great girl. I really like her.

Niko: Me too. Nice girl.

Michelle: Yeah, she's done well. She comes from a very poor background.

Niko: No - I come from a poor background. You people don't know what poor is.

Michelle: Hey I'm sorry - by our standards - she comes from a rough part of South Bohan. Full of crooks and killers. I imagine she knows some very dangerous people - and she's so normal.

Niko: Yes, really normal.

Michelle: I really like her. And I think I like you.

Niko: Thank you.

Michelle: My pleasure! You're kind of cute.

Conversation four

Michelle: Can I ask you a question?

Niko: Sure.

Michelle: What do you know about that guy Vlad?

Niko: Nothing. He's a friend of Roman's.

Michelle: Really.

Niko: I met him - he seemed angry, how you say... aggressive to hide inadequacy? I never see him again. Why?

Michelle: Mallorie mentioned him, that's all.

Niko: Okay.

Michelle: Do you think he's in the Russian Mafia? He sounded like a crook.

Niko: I really have no idea.

Michelle: Okay.

Conversation five

Michelle: You seem really agitated, Niko. Is something wrong?

Niko: I'm having some problems, in my work.

Michelle: You found work? Great. What are you doing?

Niko: Nothing regular.

Michelle: Maybe I can help. Tell me what's going on?

Niko: I don't think you can help. It's nothing.

Michelle: I wish you'd trust me - talk to me about your work - I'm a good listener.

Niko: It's hard to explain. And not a big deal. I'm just tired.

Michelle: Okay. If you're sure.

Niko: I'm sure.

Conversation six

Michelle: Listen, it's a bit of a strange question, but do you know where I can get some... some.

Niko: Some what?

Michelle: Some drugs?

Niko: No. I didn't know you liked to party.

Michelle: No, no no. It's for my cousin.

Niko: Sure. That's what everyone says.

Michelle: It is... he wants some coke, for a bachelor party.

Niko: Fair enough. That is his business. But I am not a drug dealer. What made you think that?

Michelle: I just thought you might now someone. Or Roman did...

Niko: No. Roman is an addict, but not cocaine. Gambling.

Michelle: Yeah. Sorry I mentioned it. I didn't mean to offend you.

Niko: You didn't.


Calling Michelle

Niko: Hello Michelle.

Niko: Hey, Michelle, how are you? It's Niko.

Niko: Hi Michelle.

Niko: Hi, it's Niko... Niko Bellic.

Niko: Hi there, it's me, Niko.

Niko: Michelle, it's Niko.

Niko: Are you doing anything? You want to meet up?

Niko: Listen, do you want to hang out?

Niko: You want to hang out with me?

Niko: You want to meet up?

Michelle: Sure - I'd like that. Pick me up in an hour.

Michelle: Yes, I'm not doing anything interesting. Pick me up in an hour.

Michelle: Yes, pick me up in an hour.

Michelle: You want to get together? Sure, pick me up in an hour.

(If she hasn't been contacted for a while)

Michelle: I haven't heard from you in a really long time. I miss you.

Michelle: Oh you still have my number. I haven't heard from you in the longest time.

Niko: Cool. See you in an hour.

Niko: Excellent, see you in an hour.

Niko: Great. I'm heading over to your place now.

Niko: Great news.

Niko: Great, see you in an hour.

Niko: Okay, see you in an hour.

Niko: That is good news. See you soon.

(If it's too early)

Michelle: I was asleep - I get up pretty early - call back after 6.

Niko: Sorry - I guess I keep unconventional hours.

Niko: Sorry, Michelle - I lost track of time.

(Calling too soon after a date)

Michelle: I don't think so Niko. I'm still really made at you because of what you did... another time, maybe.

Michelle: I think you're a great guy, but I don't want to hang out again so soon. Another time.

Michelle: Niko - we only just went out... maybe later.

Michelle: No - we hung out only recently - I'm not that easy, Niko. Maybe later.

Michelle: Not again so soon - a girl's got to play hard to get - another time.

Niko: Okay, I'll call back another time.

Niko: Okay, Michelle, some other time.

Niko: Sorry to hear that. Maybe I'll call another time.

Niko: Sure - I will call back another time.


Niko: Hey, Michelle, it's Niko. Niko Bellic - listen, it's annoying, but I'm going to have to cancel our date.

Niko: Michelle, listen, you're going to have to forgive me. Something has come up. I'm going to have to check the rain as they say.

Michelle: Okay, no problem, I guess. Another time.

Michelle: Okay then - another time.

Meeting Michelle

Michelle: Hey Niko, let's go.

Michelle: Hey there, handsome - come on, let's get going.

Michelle: Nice to see you. Come on, let's go.

Michelle: Okay, let's get going.

(If Niko is on foot)

Michelle: Hey Niko, you look well, let's find a car.

Michelle: Hey there, you look good. Let's find a car.

(If Niko is on a bike)

Michelle: Nice bike, Niko.


Michelle: Good for you to wear the same outfit - I like it.

Michelle: I like that top - is it new?

Michelle: I think you look good in that outfit - I liked it last time.

Michelle: I love that hat.

Michelle: I love that outfit. I remember it.

Michelle: New shoes, nice.

Michelle: Oh, you are wearing that again, good.

Michelle: Those glasses really suit you.

Michelle: What a great pair of glasses - they really suit you.

Michelle: You're wearing my favorite outfit.

Michelle: You're wearing that? Good, you look good.

Michelle: Did you sell the old car? I miss it.

Michelle: I like the new car.

Michelle: Surely you can get a nicer car than this?

Michelle: You seem to swap cars a lot - I liked the other one.

Taking Michelle home

(Taking too long)

Michelle: I'm bored, can you take me home, please? NOW.

(Saying goodbye)

Niko: So, err, see you soon.

Michelle: Call me. Goodnight.

(Trying your luck)

Niko: Are you going to invite me in? For a coffee, I mean?

Niko: Can I come in?

(Michelle accepts)

Niko: You going to invite me in?

Niko: You going to invite me upstairs, for coffee or something?

Michelle: After today, sure, but if this ends up on the internet, I'll kill you.

Michelle: Sure, I like you, but let's be careful. Make sure no one gets burnt.

Niko: Great.

Niko: Great - hey, listen, I respect you.

Niko: Great - we'll have fun.

(Michelle rejects)

Michelle: I don't think you can afford me just yet, Niko.

Niko: Okay, no problem - how about a kiss?

Michelle: Sure.

Scaring Michelle

Michelle: Okay, I've had enough of this bullshit. I guess I'll find my own way home.

Michelle: What's wrong with you? I guess I'll make my own way home, you freak.



Michelle: Hey, you want to bowl again? You must really like it?



Michelle: Darts? I haven't done that for the longest time.

(Niko wins)

Michelle: Well played, Niko.



(Comrade's Bar)

Michelle: This bar looks okay.

Michelle: This place looks okay.

Michelle: Interesting bar - do you think those guys were crooks?

Niko: I don't know about that kind of thing.

Niko: So, did you drink in there? I could swear it was just me knocking back that stuff... Shit, I don't know. I cannot really remember. You are a strange girl, Michelle..... a funny girl. I do not know.

(Steinway Beer Garden)

Michelle: Interesting place - seems like the kind of place Irish mobsters would like to hang out, don't you think

Niko: I don't know, drinking maybe?



(69th Street Diner, Cluckin' Bell)

Michelle: I love places like this.

(Burger Shot)

Michelle: I love simple, homely places like this.


Michelle: I must have gained fifty pounds.

Michelle: I hope I don't have my cholesterol checked any time soon.



Michelle: Pool? What a great idea...

(If Niko wins)

Michelle: That was fun - you did well.

(If Niko loses)

Michelle: I told you I was great at pool.

Michelle: Unlucky Niko.

(Not finishing)

Michelle: Next time, can we finish a game?

Michelle: I'd love to finish pool one time.




Michelle: Cabaret - I wonder what's on? The crowd always scares me at this place.

(After seeing a show)

Michelle: What a strange crowd - they all belonged in jail.

Michelle: I've never been there before. But I think some of the guys in there might have been gangsters.

Niko: I really don't know about that sort of thing, Michelle.

(Leaving early)

Michelle: We should have stayed to the end.