VERN: We came home from Florida to discover the roof had a leak.
SISTER GRACE: Aye, that bad, but more importantly, we spent the next several months working with the US government and the Elvish tribes over the problem with scanatine-flavored drinks.
VERN: Could have done it in two weeks if we'd just let the elves drink some.
VERN: Just saying there are times when a hyped-up brain and an accelerated time sense could come in handy. We spent a lot of time doing work we didn't get paid for--work that could have fixed the hole in the roof. We found all kinds of drips after that hailstorm in September…
HEATHER HASKEL (aka RHODA DAKOTA): September! That's when I got my first letter from Charlie. Why did it take you so long to write, honey-bunchkins?
CHARLIE WILMOT: My love, a big music star like you, interested in a herald from a small duchy? It was too much to hope for. If the duchess hadn't pushed me, I hate to think--
HEATHER: We might never have met. I'm going to thank her again.
VERN: …and all my bedding got soaked. Took forever to dry. Some of it got ruined…
SISTER GRACE: It was a difficult winter, but at least it kept the Despredatores at home. Things were rather peaceful.
VERN: Which is bad for business. We didn't get the loan for the roof.
HEATHER: Stan, what about you?
RAKNESS, STAN RAKNESS: Sorry. Classified.
SISTER GRACE: The parish came and helped us fix it. It was a wonderful Christmas present.
VERN: Yeah--out in 30-degree weather, breathing fire on the roof like some kind of draconian welding torch. Did I mention that I'm a warm-climate dragon? Bad enough we had to deal with the snow--
CHARLIE: And you wrote that song for me at Christmas--and it made #1. I was in heaven for a week because you'd said you loved me.
HEATHER: (giggle) It was the only way I could; my parents were so worried about us, even if we hadn't met yet. But that Valentine's Day--
CHARLIE: Best day of my life.
SISTER GRACE: And the Christian Brothers bought that lot in Territory. It'll be good to have a Catholic school there. Especially with that Real Humans gang in town now. (Sigh) They're going to be trouble, 'tis a fact.
RAKNESS, STAN RAKNESS: In fact, I can neither confirm nor deny I was in the country…
VERN: Come March, that windstorm blew off the repairs and I had to go flying after it.
HEATHER: That's when I signed the contract for Live and Let Fly. I was so excited, but the best part was being in Los Lagos, nearer my Charlie. Then that paparazzi caught us kissing and we went public with our courtship!
CHARLIE: One moment of indiscretion. I don't regret it at all.
SISTER GRACE: I think Gloria was asking about what cases we handled over the past couple of years.
RAKNESS, STAN RAKNESS: Sorry. If I told you, I'd have to kill you. National security, you know.
VERN: What did we do? I just remember battling the drips. Lots of drips.
SISTER GRACE: Yes, the roof had deteriorated.
VERN: Yeah, the drips in the roof, too. That was one good thing that came out of Live and Let Fly. We got a new roof. I love that roof.
SISTER GRACE: Aye, me, too.