Ollie laughed at Jubilee's interruption. "Thanks, I guess," he said, good humorously. He wasn't sure whether he should be entirely flattered that a teenage girl found thought he was super hot and looked good in stubble, but that why he had Mia, to keep him firmly grounded in reality. Oh, gross.
"Shut up, Mia," he said. It was one of his go-to phrases with her, and under the circumstances it was infinitely more mature than what he could have said otherwise ("You're gross,").
Meanwhile, Oliver feigned ignorance on the subject of David and Victoria Beckham: "I have no idea who those people are," as if he hadn't been accosted by the woman while she was drunk just a few days ago at Bruce Wayne's gala, mistaking him for her husband. Thanks to the quick and diligent work of his assistant, though, and a deal he'd struck with Lois Lane-Kent, the incident had remained a secret, out of the media.
He answered Mia's question about dead kids very quickly, and simply. "Don't like 'em. Or paper work. So avoid it if you can, Speedy,"Speedy was Mia's alias, but it was also Oliver's favorite nicknsme for her. He used it casually in this context. Affectionately.
"No deliberately trying to kick it up on the roof!" Ollie shouted in the direction of the kickball/baseball field, though whether he was reminding the kids or Mia was anybody's guess.
"Betty is a national treasure," he said, turning back to the X-Men group. "And a classy lady. I hope all women are like her at 90," he flashed his trademark smile, his easy going, slightly flirtatious attitude showing as he spoke. "But I can't take all the credit for today. Cage helped put it together, too. We wanted to do something the neighborhood kids would enjoy. That's why the Humane Society is here. Betty is a big time animal rights activist."