In this dialogue, the paradigm of Good Vs Evil is replaced with Order Vs Chaos. The two duke it out. No surprize here, order wins hands down.
Order: Why don’t you like good?
Chaos: I like good.
O: I know you don’t. You could care less about anything. You don’t respect anything. Why do you destroy?
C: I like disorder.
O: You don’t like anything, anyone, anywhere. Nothing. You like disorder, because it is the opposite of order, it is Chaos.
C: Exactly, but good works for you. It helps you stay organized and you like working, staying alive.
C: What then?
O: Clarity, balance, growth, and this allows the universe to continue. If all else continues, we will grow, we will emerge. We are agents of order and good. Do you get it?
C: Ya, ya. What am I, bad breath, a wasted life?
O: You are a slayer of all life. Because, nothing begets nothing. You don’t work. You harm all that works.
C: I don’t get it. What is all the hub bub about. You win, I loose, you loose I win, what’s the difference?
O: Good works. Your way, there is no order. My way, Chaos lives to create trouble another day.
C: You telling me, I win either way?
C: Damn. That’s good.