Geraldine Granger: So, Superman is feeling a bit bored because Spiderman and Batman are on a scuba diving course.
Alice Horton: Oh, shame.
Geraldine Granger: So, he's flying around, and suddenly, he sees Wonder Woman naked, spread-eagled on the top of a tall building.
Alice Horton: She'll catch cold.
Geraldine Granger: No, no, it's summer - summer.
Alice Horton: Well, thank goodness for that.
Geraldine Granger: Yeah. So, he's always fancied Wonder Woman, so he thinks, "now's my chance!", and he swoops down and faster than a speeding bullet, does his business, and then he flies off, again. Moment later, Wonder says "What was that?", and The Invisible Man climbs off her and says "I don't know, but it hurt a lot!" I know it's rude, but it's very funny.
Alice Horton: I don't get it.
Geraldine Granger: No, I didn't expect that you would.
Alice Horton: Well, you seem to be suggesting that Superman committed homosexual rape upon The Invisible Man. I just don't find that funny.
Geraldine Granger: Right.
Alice Horton: In fact, you're besmirching the reputation of two of the finest superheroes this world has ever known. I mean, I've never actually met them. Well, I might have met The Invisible Man - I wouldn't know - he's invisible. I've heard that they are both really nice guys. And frankly, I think you should be ashamed of yourself. Goodbye, Vicar.
Geraldine Granger: [after Alice walks out] Prude!
Bishop of Mulberry: Do you, Boadicea Geraldine Granger...
Jim Trott: Did he say "Boadicea"?
Bishop of Mulberry: take this man, David Francis Matthew Horton, to be your lawful wedded husband?
Geraldine Granger: Um... um... um...
Sean Bean: NO! Don't do it, Geraldine! It's me you love, not him.
Geraldine Granger: Now, remember that God is a father, very much like your own father.
Alice Horton: So he's drunk from dusk till dawn?
Geraldine Granger: No, well, probably a bit more like Hugo's father, then.
Hugo Horton: Shouting a lot? Telling me I'm a cretin?