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There’s a scene in a Fawlty Towers episode where two psychiatrists stay at the hotel. One psychiatrist asks Mr Fawlty: “How often do you and your wife manage it?” Mr Fawlty hears the word “it” and immediately translates (projects) the meaning into “sex”. The psychiatrist apparently was referring to “vacations”, but his use of the word “it”, apart from it’s obvious ambiguity, clearly touched on some inner conflict concerning Mr Fawlty’s sexuality. Anyway, so what happened?
My Falwty demonstrates initial anxiety by running into the kitchen, and then you can see how quickly his fear (presumably of being caught out in some aspect of his sexual life which he would prefer not to be known about) turns into anger. He complains to Mrs Fawlty who promptly corrects his error of misunderstanding the word “it” by opining “he was talking about holidays, Basil!” And then in classical Fawlty style, M...
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