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  • But surely that's worth a brownie.

  • Well, l don't know. Look at William.

  • - Very unsuccessful professionally. - That's true.

  • Divorced. Used to be handsome, now kind of squidgy round the edges.

  • And absolutely certain never to hear from Anna again...

  • - once she's heard that his nickname at school was-- - Floppy.

  • You did. l can't believe it, you did.

  • Thanks very much. Thank you. Well, at least l get the last brownie.

  • l think so, yes.

  • Well, wait. What about me ?

  • l'm sorry ? You think you deserve the brownie ?

  • Well, a shot at it at least, huh ?

  • You'll have to prove it. This is a very, very good brownie.

  • l'm gonna fight for it.

  • l've been on a diet every day since l was 19,

  • which basically means l've been hungry for a decade.

  • l've had a series of not-nice boyfriends, one of whom hit me.

  • Uh, and every time l get my heart broken,

  • the newspapers splash it about as though it's entertainment.

  • And... it's taken two rather painful, um, operations...

  • to get me looking like this.

  • - Really ? - Really.

  • And one day not long from now, my looks will go,

  • they will discover l can't act,

  • and l will become some sad, middle-aged woman...

  • who... looks a bit like someone who was famous for a while.

  • No, nice try, gorgeous, but you don't fool anyone.

  • Pathetic effort to hog the brownie.

  • - Thank you for such a terrific time. - l'm delighted.

But surely that's worth a brownie.

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