This was due yesterday, and since it was St Valentine's Day, this is very fitting.
Sybil: (suspiciously) You seem very jolly, Basil.
Sybil: You seem very jolly.
Sybil: Yes, jolly. Sort of... happy.
Basil: Oh, 'happy'. Yes, I remember that. No, not that I noticed, dear. I'll report it if it happens, though.
Sybil: (accusingly) Well, you look happy to me, Basil.
Basil: No, I'm not dear.
Sybil: All this dancing about, singing and rubbing your hands.
Basil: No, just my way of getting through the day, dear. The Samaritans were engaged.
Sybil: I thought maybe you were in love. (laughs)
Basil: Only with you, light of my life.
And a little bit later, with Mrs Richards...
Mrs Richards: I don't need your arm, thank you. I can get down the stairs perfectly well by myself.
Basil: Down the stairs? Oh, well, don't stop when you get to the basement. Keep straight on. Give my regards to the earth's core.
Sybil: Are you sure you can manage?
Basil: And if you give us anymore trouble I shall visit you in the small hours and put a bat up your nightdress. Well, that was fun, wasn't it dear. The odd moment like that, it's almost worth staying alive for, isn't it. (Sybil is poker-faced) It's nice to share a moment like that, isn't it, dear. It's what marriage is all about. I know, it said so on the back of a matchbox.
Sybil: Basil, sometimes...
Basil: (putting a hand on her waist) Seriously, Sybil, do you remember, when we were first... manacled together, we used to laugh quite a lot.
Sybil: (pushing him away) Yes, but not at the same time, Basil.
Basil: That's true. That was a warning, wasn't it. Should have spotted that. Zoom! - what was that? That was your life, mate. That was quick, do I get another? Sorry mate, that's your lot.
Basil: Back to the world of dreams. Yes dear?
Sybil: (irritated) What are we going to do?
Basil: Give it another fifteen years?
I couldn't have said it better myself, Basil.