AIR: Admit it, you couldn’t live without me.
FIRE: I take what I need and nothing more.
AIR: So that’s how it’s going to be? You’re just going to keep using me?
FIRE: It’s what I do. Just ask Earth.
AIR: What does she have to do with this?
EARTH: Hey, don’t invite me to her pity party.
FIRE: Come on, Earth, you know I use you to go places.
EARTH: Yeah, but I also put you out.
FIRE: Not without help from the two-leggers.
EARTH: Yeah, well, at least I don’t help you spread like her airiness.
AIR: I told you to stop calling me that!
EARTH: It’s still true. You fan the flames, babe.
AIR: Is not—and don’t call me babe!
EARTH: Oh, then how do you explain Rome and Chicago?
WATER: She has a point.
FIRE: Well, look who’s finally speaking up.
WATER: You have a problem with that? I mean, I could come a little closer.
FIRE: No problemo, dude. Just keep your distance.
AIR: Yeah, leave Fire alone.
FIRE: So now you’re defending me?
AIR: We’ve had some good times, too. Remember that California wildfire last year?
FIRE: Do I? Man, that was scorchin’!
WATER: Can we get back to the point?
EARTH: Which was?
WATER: We were trying to decide who’s the most important element.
AIR: Oh, yeah, and we sort of had a four-way standoff.
FIRE: So, how can we resolve this in my favor?
EARTH: Oh, shut up.
WATER: Let’s all shut up until we can figure out a way to resolve this.
AIR: Um . . .
AIR: How about Rock, Paper, Scissors?