Mr. Pim Passes Byby AA Milne
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Candidate for Adaptation? Promising
OLIVIA. Oh, by the way, George–
OLIVIA (innocently). I told Brian, and I expect he’ll tell Dinah, that Mr. Pim had made a mistake about the name.
GEORGE (astonished). You told Brian that Mr. Pim–
OLIVIA. Yes–I told him that the whole thing was a mistake. It seemed the simplest way.
GEORGE. Olivia! Then you mean that Brian and Dinah think that–that we have been married all the time?
OLIVIA. Yes . . . They both think so now.
GEORGE (coming close to her). Olivia, does that mean that you are thinking of marrying me?
OLIVIA. At your old Registry Office?
GEORGE (eagerly). Yes!
OLIVIA. Do you want me to very much?
GEORGE. My darling, you know I do!
OLIVIA (a little apprehensive). We should have to do it very quietly.
GEORGE. Of course, darling. Nobody need know at all. We don’t want anybody to know. And now that you’ve put Brian and Dinah off the scent, by telling them that Mr. Pim made a mistake–(He breaks off, and says admiringly) That was very clever of you, Olivia. I should never have thought of that.
OLIVIA (innocently). No, darling. . . . You don’t think it was wrong, George?
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