Michelle: How are you settling in?
Niko: Slowly. Your country is strange. Your city makes people crazy.
Michelle: How's Roman?
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?
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?
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.
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?
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.
Michelle: How's Mallories? 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.
Michelle: Can I ask you a question?
Michelle: What do you know about that guy Vlad?
Niko: Nothing. He's a friend of Roman's.
Niko: I met him - he seemed angry, how you say... aggressive to hide inadequacy? I never see him again. Why?
Michelle: Mallories mentioned him, that's all.
Michelle: Do you think he's in the Russian Mafia? He sounded like a crook.
Niko: I really have no idea.
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.
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.