(soft orchestral music) (birds chirping) - She will not eat.
She will not sleep.
It is like having a phantom in the house.
- I shall never fall in love.
It seems a beastly business.
- It is, Leo.
Avoid it if you can.
(birds chirping) What do I say to Augusta?
How do I reassure her?
- I can offer you nothing.
I fear at that age, I was more often the cause of such suffering than the victim.
- Ah, but now, of course, those days are long behind you.
- They may yet be.
Strange as it sounds, I've lately found my thoughts turning to marriage.
- She must be a remarkable woman to have tamed your wayward heart.
- She is astounding.
- I'm glad for you, Sam.
I'm increasingly of the belief that we are not meant to walk this life alone.
But if recent events have proved anything, it's that Leo and Augusta are in need of a mother.
- I thought you'd abandoned hope of Ms. Heywood.
- I'm not thinking of her.
(soft orchestral music) (Leo squawking)