Bet you are, reading a mucky book. Never in the field of human conflict has so much. Joyce Tucker of 74 Clement Attlee Way, Nottingham. Yeah, more like one o'clock. Where did you get 'em? Yes, well, I mean, I. Well, being a scriptwriter, I'm perhaps at times a bit inclined to let my imagination run away with me, as you know.
He can't write his name so that anybody can read it. Billy, are we going dancing tonight? You've got to move with the times. You don't think it needs altering or anything? Well, you might give the floor a bit of a wipe-up. That applies to a lot of you. I still want the audience to see the predominant, pushy side of her. Oh, they've got three people off ill. Oh, Billy, they've got some lovely materials.
Rhoda Elliott of London Road, Slough. Bullock, on your 70th birthday. This would include most of the people onstage in her rage to show that no one is immune to her outbursts. He's in hot water with his employer, having spent a rather large sum of postage money on his personal frivolities. He goes out with too many lasses. We'll have them to take back.
There's the good will to consider. Shadrack, only I spilt hot water down me arm. Look, Mother, I've said I'm going and I'm definitely going. It must be at the bottom of the pile, my name. Because there's a plastic submarine in the packet! I think you'll get your reforms now.
Father, the men, they're coming up the drive! I was wondering if I could have a word with him. It's all clean lines nowadays. Battalion, by the left, salute! It's to cut the ribbon with, isn't it? Ah, but they're all coming down, all the old buildings. We must get her onto the couch. There's bus conductors and nurses. We could design our own newspapers. Well, it's another night tonight, isn't it? In 2004, the named Billy Liar the 12th in their list of the greatest British Films of all time.
That's been watching football, eh? But promise me one thing. I found this in the wardrobe. Why am I making you ill? What was he telling that woman about me having me leg off? Ritchie of Flat 43, Priory House, West Bromwich. No, this is my own personal double-entry method. And sometimes I think, if we were married, with a house of our own, we could just sit and imagine ourselves there.
Billy continues to say 'Sitting in a coffee-bar. We can't wait all night! Liz is a free spirit who, unlike anyone else in town, understands and accepts Billy's imagination. What if the kiddies wandered too near and fell in? A smile can make it better. I think I owe you a word of explanation. The series was scripted by the play's writers, Waterhouse and Hall, and the action was updated to the 1970s.
Oh, Stamp, I'd like to see your ashes list. Well, it's a great life. I haven't made me mind up yet. He's been going through all the books. I know what you mean, pet, but we must be patient. Either you get me that ring back by this afternoon or I'm coming round to see your rotten mother.
Relations between Geoffrey and Billy have broken down, providing the main source of conflict in the story. Well, it's very, very unprofessional, a letter like this. You ought to start coming home instead of gadding about town. It's not a question of inconvenience. This is another barrier that faces Billy. Not if they genuinely love each other. Well, I seem to have three face cloths and no toothbrush.
And don't you be late, right? Rita, by this point in the section is aching for control again, and to come back to her usual cheeky self. I'm doing this for you. Have a nice breakfast before you go. Only because you were too bloody idle, that's all. You're idle and scruffy and you have no manners.