Satan: Uh-huh, uh-huh…
Mindy: Inclines and ground to press…
Satan: Yes milady…
Mindy: Rowing and squatting…
Satan: That did happen…
Mindy: Medicine balls and mini bands…
Mindy: We did all the things. All of it.
Satan: But, no burpees! Oh, no Satan’s Skateboards either!
Satan: No comment on my usage of ‘Correctamundo’?
Mindy: My arms are sore from yesterday…
Satan: Expected…your hair still looks…like it’s hard to raise your arms.
Mindy: I feel like they shouldn’t have sold this workout as a sequel.
Satan: Technically the IT movies are two parts of the same book.
Satan: Not a sequel. It’s a narrative progression. You know, how a musical composition repeats a base theme but it evolves and progresses—
Mindy: —I’m going to need to sit down if this sentence keeps going—
Satan: So Split 2 is the narrative evolution of Split 1.
Mindy: Yeah, I hear you trying to fancy it up and make it sound all elevated, but I don’t think going down Everest is any different than going up…
Satan: Sure it is. You’re going DOWN in inclines.
Mindy: But you’re still doing all of the same inclines!
Satan: I don’t know what to tell you…
Mindy: I don’t like it!
Satan: I’m getting that.
Mindy: GOING FROM 15% to 2% IS NOT THE SAME AS RUNNING DOWN A HILL!!!!
Satan: Okay, whatever…
Mindy: Don’t ‘whatever’ me!
Satan: Sorry! Wow, are you going to be like this for the next 5 days?
Mindy: Is that tea in your mug there? I see a tea bag.
Satan: Yeah, it’s decaf green tea. Why do you ask—-
Mindy: <pushes mug off the desk while maintaining eye contact>