Socialite Lorraine tells writer Charles, "At home my analyst charges $50 an hour to listen to me talk." (0:52)
Charles tells his daughter, "Insanity, Vicki. There's a wide streak of insanity in this family, particularly on your mother's side." (0:59)
Charles' wife Helen asks the others, referring to tennis player Paul, "Don't you think he makes me look years drunker?" (1:27)
Helen has died. Charles grieves at her bedside. (1:36)
Charles tries to assure Helen's sister Marion, "As I wrote you, I take one drink every afternoon, but no more. And I take that drink deliberately just so the idea of taking a drink won't get too big."
"Sometimes I forget and don't take the drink."
Marion, skeptical: "It's all very well to talk about one drink a day..." (1:48)