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: It's a relatively new profession, psychiatry, isn't it? Mrs. Abbott
: Well, Freud started about 1880. Sybil Fawlty
: Yes, but it's only now we're seeing them on the television.
[the doctors ask how often the Fawltys can get away for a holiday, but Basil, paranoid over one of them being a psychiatrist, thinks their inquiry is about his sex life
] Dr. Abbott
: How often can you and your wife manage it? You don't mind my asking? Basil Fawlty
: [like a deer in headlights
] Not at all. Not at all. About average, since you asked. Mrs. Abbott
: Average? Basil Fawlty
: Mm-hm. Dr. Abbott
: What would be average? Basil Fawlty
: Well, you tell me. Ha-ha. Mrs. Abbott
: Well, um... couple of times a year? Basil Fawlty
: What? Dr. Abbott
: Once a year? Well, we knew it must be difficult. My wife couldn't see how you could manage it at all. Basil Fawlty
] Well, as you've asked, two or three times a week, actually. Dr. Abbott
: A week? Basil Fawlty
: Yes. Pretty normal, isn't it? We're quite normal down here in Torquay, you know.