Chemist Barnaby tells executive Oliver, "It implies that we're going to offer the public some sort of fountain of youth drug." (0:13)
Laboratory assistant Jerome asks Barnaby, referring to chimpanzee Rudolph (actually Esther), "Have you been giving him stimulants?" (0:16)
Barnaby's wife Edwina displays signs of mania such as increased energy then irritability and combativeness. (0:45)
Barnaby asks Edwina to explain, "Well, some subconscious aversion to me."
Edwina: "Aversion to you?"
Barnaby: "How do I know there isn't some buried resentment that you don't consciously realize?"
Edwina: "Well, I certainly don't consciously realize it..."
"And may I ask, what was your hidden aversion, or subconscious discontent..." (1:04)
Barnaby tells Edwina, "Supposing you'd taken an overdose?"
"No, I mean a serious overdose."
Edwina becomes giddy again and begins to act silly. (1:07)
Oliver and the research team display childish behavior. (1:32)