Zoe: Are we there yet? (1)
Chloe: Have we arrived in Sacramento from LA when we left half an hour ago and stopped for supplies and attempted recruiting? You figure it out.
. . . (2)
Chloe: Thirteen point pi miles.
. . . (3)
Sam: Um . . .
Cecilia: She sounds so much like my daughters. When they were four years old.
. . . (4)
Florence: Verily, milady, you become repetitious. Wouldst favour a closer acquaintance with a large ball of fire? (If she's in Ren Faire mode, she probably intends the pun on 'ball.' Then again, maybe in my world Ren Faire isn't bawdy.*)
. . . (5)
Vivian: Holy Hera, Florence, do whatever you need to shut her up.
Can I redo "Wake me if you see anything interesting," too? Got a request for 'interesting'?
* Grammar police: wouldst is associated with thou, I believe. Yet I use 'you' in the previous sentance. Would you expect the holder of a Master's degree and teaching credential who's been going to the Faire for six years to get it right?