Dr. McAllister asks Sam Flusky, referring to Flusky’s wife Henrietta, "How is our patient?" (0:23)
Henrietta asks her old friend Charlie Adare to kill something she has hallucinated. (0:28)
Sam tells his butler Winter, referring to his wife Henrietta and the maids, "Anyhow, what would she do with that crazy crowd?" (0:57)
Maid Susan (Crumpet) answer's Henrietta, "Because I'm barmy, ma'am. Barmy on the crumpet is the saying here." (1:00)
Henrietta tells Sam, "What a shock, you came."
Sir Richard, Governor of New South Wales, second cousin of Adair, tells Sam,”... I assure you I have a pretty good memory for incidents of this sort.” (1:16)
Henrietta tells Sam, "You behaved like a madman at the ball, and you are behaving like a madman now." (1:27)
Sir Richard asks Dr. McAllister, referring to Charlie, "What possessed me to bring this irresponsible idiot with me, I don't know." (1:29)
Milly tells Sam, referring to Dr. McAllister and Henrietta, "I told him she was seeing things... He strengthened her sleeping draft." (1:37)
Milly laces Henrietta's drink with the sleeping draft.
Henrietta tell Sam, referring to Milly, ”She tried to make me take the sleeping draft, all of it in that glass.”
Millie tells Henrietta, ”You were trying to kill yourself.”
Milly tells Sam, ”She's mad.”
”I'm only good enough to... look after your drunk of a wife.” (1:43)
Sam tells Henrietta, referring to the attorney general and his assistant, "I was in no mood to listen to their legal jargon..." (1:49)