"Well, if I did turn it into a mouse, you know you'd just need a piece of cheese to lure it back, right?" She asked leaning back into her chair. If he was going to be sarcastic, she would go with it. People dealt with hearing the kind of news she was giving out in all kinds of way. She was just glad that his gun was staying holstered.
"That's...the other thing. Jedi are fictional. Booth is fictional. Except not where they come from. Some of us that are taken are from TV shows, movies, and books. I don't know why, but it's for real. As far as I know, I'm not, but I never bothered to look." There had been a troubling moment when she had first arrived here and had tried to MapQuest Mystic Falls and she was told it was fictional, but she had shut off her phone at that and refused to look further. She looked at him somewhat uncertainly, not sure how to break Hawaii Five-0 to him. "I didn't want to know. But would you want to know if you were fictional or not?"
She leaned forward then. "The complex was started by people like us for us. You could complain to them, but they can't do anything about it to send us back. It's rent free and they provide some basic necessities and some pocket money, but you'll need to find a job or some way to make cash if you want to survive here. There's a guy here, Hardison, who can get you the right papers for a new ID, but there are plenty of places willing to pay under the table. And yeah, you're a cop, but normal rules don't apply when you're kidnapped to an alternate dimension."