"I don’t know… they could be trying to get something free. But the question is, what? I mean… There are so many other dimensions it could be anything." She shook her head. She was glad they had hidden it in a pym pocket. And was glad that Hank hadn’t insisted on looking at it. She’d rather he didn’t anyway. That research had killed her father, and she didn’t want Hank to end up the same way.
She smiled at his enthusiasm. “Damn right it is. And my staff seems to like how I run things. So it’s all good.” She turned her head and kissed him, stroking his cheek lightly. She pulled back and looked at the TV. “Oh, we missed the movie…” She giggled a little. Oh, well. She liked her conversations with Hank.
"You’re right… it could be anything." Hank frowned for a second. "Not to mention very hazardous, even for Hydra. How could they expect to control whatever they’d set free?"
He turned his attention back to Jan and smiled reassuringly. ”We may never know. I sure hope so, at least.” He chuckled at her comment. ”Of course they like you… you’re plain adorable!” He pinched her cheek playfully before turning his attention to the tv, where the end credits for the movie were rolling. ”Hm. Seemed that we got caught up in another conversation yet again!” It was funny how much they used to have trouble communicating before, and now it just seemed so easy, so natural. It was something Hank had always wished for them, but used to have a hard time doing, in fear of worrying Jan, or hurting her feelings, even boring her. But now that they had sworn to be honest with each other, he felt like he could tell her just about anything.