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: Talk to me, Howard. What's going through that thoughtful little head? Howard
: Well, I've been meaning to ask you something. Marina
: Yes? Yes? Howard
: Do you think you could ever learn to become really fond of broad beans?
: Have you ever tried a dating agency? Miss Davenport
: I did once. It was all computerized. I think they sent me a virus.
: [about Smiler
] He needs the attentions of a good woman. Tom
: A bad one might be quicker.
: Oh, Ronald. If you're into crocodiles, please spare a thought for someone who wouldn't mind sharing your interest, as long as it was in the form of a handbag and a nice pair of shoes.
: I'm so sorry we got interrupted and didn't get lunch. Marina
: Not to worry, Howard. I've got two apples.
: [Marina sits on an empty bench
] Miss Davenport's starting this poetry group, Howard. Howard
: [sticks his head out of the hedge
] I can't join a poetry group. I'm more your man of action. Marina
: At least we could be seen together. You wouldn't have to hide in the bushes.
[Howard sees Vicar approaching and disappears into the hedge
: Good morning, Marina. Good morning, Howard.
: I thought El Lobo was the smiling bandito.
: [pointing at a plate stacked with pastries on Ivy's cafe counter
] I'd like two of your delicious vanilla slices to take away.
[Ivy approaches with tongs and a paper sack
: Could you put them in a box? Ivy
] A box? Where do you think you are - Harrods?
: [admiring Wesley's latest invention
] Oh, Howard, we should get one of those! Howard
: I wonder if passing the test would be very difficult.
: Howard! What are you doing among that woman?
: Howard. Howard
: Yes, love. Marina
: Can I ask you something? Howard
: Anything, pet. Marina
: Why does Norman Clegg buy ladies' elastic stockings?