Are you all right? Yes, thanks.
You were courageous. No. No, I was completely rude.
- It was just bad behavior, and I- - You were impassioned.
I'm so embarrassed. Sorry.
Please don't be embarrassed. I'm really sorry.
Very feebly. No, you were-you were- You weren't feeble. I just-
Anyway, it was a very dull lecture.
It was a dull lecture, but even so I shouldn't have-
Well, look, can I- can I buy you a coffee or-
I owe you a drink. Come on. All right. You can buy me a drink.
I'm Justin, by the way. Tessa. How do you do?
Pleased to meet you. Yeah, yeah. Pleased to meet you.
It was absolute bollocks,
I'm rather nervous, I have to confess.
Me too. This way.
Oh, do come in.
Yeah, please. Of course.
Thank you. You lead the way.
Go ahead. Go ahead. Take a left. All right.
There we go.
Thank you. What for?
For... this wonderful gift.
How very generous of me.
You know what I mean. I know what you mean.
I feel safe with you.
I can imagine when you were six.
You leading the revolution.
No. No, I was very conventional.
Here, Justin, put this on.
Mr. Quayle? Please.
Know this lady, sir?
Yes, I do. It's, uh-
It's my wife, Tessa.
My God, what a surprise.
How'd you get in?
Take me to Africa with you.
What? Roll you up in a rug?
Pack you in a tea chest? Very funny.
I couldn't declare you.
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