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- Bernie, this is Anna.
- Hello, Anna. Delighted to meet you.

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- And you.
- Honey bunny, Happy birthday to you

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- Hi, Bella.
- Hi.

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Um, it- it- it's a hat.
You don't have to wear it or anything.

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- Hi, Will.
- Hi.

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Hi.

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- Hi.
- What?

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- Wine, Bernie?
- Mm.

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You haven't slept with her, have you?

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That is a cheap question, and
the answer is, of course, no comment.

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- No comment means "yes. "
- No, it doesn't.

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- Do you ever masturbate?
- Definitely no comment.

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- You see, it means "yes. "
- Oh, my God!

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So, uh, tell me,
um, Anna, what do you do?

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- I'm an actress.
- Oh, splendid.

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What do you do?

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I'm actually in the stock market myself,
so, uh, not really similar fields.

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Though, um- um, I have done
the odd bit of amateur stuff.

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Um- uh, P.G. Wodehouse.
Farce, all that, you know.

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"Careful there, Vicar. "

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Always imagined it's a pretty tough job,
though, acting.

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- The wages are a scandal, aren't they?
- They can be.

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I see friends from university-
clever chaps.

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Been in the business longer than you.

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They're scraping by on seven,
eight thousand a year.

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You know, it's no life.

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- What sort of acting do you do?
- Films, mainly.

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Oh, splendid. Oh, well done.
How's the pay in movies?

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I mean, last film you did,
what did you get paid?

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Fifteen million dollars.

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Right.

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So that's, well, fairly good.

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Right, I think we're ready.

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- Ooh.
- Okay.

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Bella, can you tell me
where I can find-

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Oh, sorry.
It's down the corridor on the right.

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I'll show you.

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Quickly, quickly.
Talk very, very quickly.

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What are you doing here
with Anna Scott?

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- Anna Scott?
- Yes. Shut up!

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- What, the film star?
- Shh!

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- Oh, God!
- What?

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- Oh, God. Oh, goddy God.
- What did you say to her?

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I don't believe it.
I actually walked into the loo with her.

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I was still chatting
when she started unbuttoning her jeans.

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- She had to ask me to leave.
- Oh, God.

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So you knew who she was?

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Of course I did, but he didn't.

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Well, not instantly, but I- I-
I got away with it.

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- What do you think of the guinea-fowl?
- I'm a vegetarian.

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Oh, God.

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So, how's the guinea-fowl?

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Best guinea-fowl
I've ever tasted.

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It's amazing how you

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Can speak right to my heart

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Without saying a word

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You can light up the dark

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Try as I may, I can never explain

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- What I hear when you
don't say a thing

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Having you here, Anna, firmly
establishes what I've long suspected-

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that we really are the most
desperate lot of underachievers.

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- Shame.
- I'm not saying it's a bad thing.

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In fact, I think it's something
we should take pride in.

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I'm gonna give the last brownie
as a prize...

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to the saddest act here.

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- Uh-oh.
- Bern.

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Yeah, all right.
Well, obviously, it's me, isn't it?

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I mean, I work in the city in a job
I don't understand,

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and everyone keeps
getting promoted above me.

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I haven't had a girlfriend since-
well, since puberty.

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And... nobody fancies me.

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And if these cheeks get any chubbier,
they never will.

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- Nonsense. I fancy you.
- Really?

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Yeah. Or I did
before you got so fat.

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You see.
And unless I'm much mistaken,

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your job still pays you
rather a lot of money...

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whilst Honey here
earns 20 pence a week...

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flogging her guts out
in London's worst record store.

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Yes! And I haven't got hair.
I've got feathers.

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And I've got funny goggly eyes.
And I'm attracted to cruel men.

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And, actually,
no one will marry me...

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because, um, my boosies
have actually started shrinking.

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- You see, it's incredibly sad.
- But on the other hand,

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her best friend is Anna Scott.

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That's true. I can't deny it.
She needs me. What can I say?

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And most of her limbs work, whereas
I'm stuck in this thing day and night,

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in a house full of ramps.

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And to add insult
to serious injury,

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I've totally given up smoking,
my favorite thing.

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And, um, well, the truth is,

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we can't have a baby.

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Oh, Belle.

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C'est la vie.

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Still, um, we're lucky in lots of ways.

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But surely that's worth a brownie.

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Well, I don't know.
Look at William.

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- Very unsuccessful professionally.
- That's true.

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Divorced. Used to be handsome,
now kind of squidgy round the edges.

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And absolutely certain never
to hear from Anna again...

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- once she's heard that his
nickname at school was- - Floppy.

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You did.
I can't believe it, you did.

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Thanks very much. Thank you.
Well, at least I get the last brownie.

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I think so, yes.

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Well, wait.
What about me?

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I'm sorry?
You think you deserve the brownie?

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Well, a shot at it at least, huh?

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You'll have to prove it.
This is a very, very good brownie.

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I'm gonna fight for it.

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I've been on a diet
every day since I was 19,

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which basically means
I've been hungry for a decade.

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I've had a series of not-nice
boyfriends, one of whom hit me.

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Uh, and every time
I get my heart broken,

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the newspapers splash it about
as though it's entertainment.

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And... it's taken two rather painful,
um, operations...

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to get me looking like this.

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- Really?
- Really.

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And one day not long from now,
my looks will go,

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they will discover I can't act,

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and I will become
some sad, middle-aged woman...

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who... looks a bit like someone
who was famous for a while.

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No, nice try, gorgeous,
but you don't fool anyone.

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No.

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Pathetic effort
to hog the brownie.

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- Thank you for such a terrific time.
- I'm delighted.

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- That's a great tie.
- Now you're lying.

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Okay, it's true.
I told you I was bad at acting.

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- It was lovely to meet you.
- Yeah, and you. And you.

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I'll wait until you've gone
before I tell him you're a vegetarian.

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- No!
- Oh!

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- Good night.
- I'm so sorry about the loo thing.

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I meant to leave.
I just-