Leigh: Now? let? me? show? you? the? Grail. This? used? to? be? the? ballroom. I? have? little? occasion? to? dance? these? years. I? trust? you? recognize? the? Leonardo? da? Vinci. Now, my? dear, if? you? could? close? your? eyes.
Robert: Oh, Leigh, save? us? the? parlor? tricks.
Leigh: You? ask? for? my? help, I? recall. Allow? an? old? man? his? indulgences. Now，mademoiselle, where? is? Jesus? sitting?
Sophie: In? the? middle.
Leigh: Good, He? and? his? disciples? are? breaking bread. And? what? drink?
Sophie: Wine. They? drank? wine.
Leigh: Splendid. And? one? final? question. How? many? wineglasses? are? there? on? the? table?
Sophie: One? The? Holy? Grail?
Leigh: Open? your? eyes. No? single? cup. No? chalice. Well, that’s? a? bit? strange, isn’t? it? Considering? both? the? Bible? and? standard? Grail? legend? celebrate? this? moment? as? the? definitive? arrived? of? the? Holy? Grail. Now, Robert, you? could? be? of? help? us? If? you’d? be? so? kind? as? to? show? us? the? symbols? for? man? and? woman, please. My? ballon? animals. I? can? make? a? great? duck. This? is? the? original? icon? for? male. It’s? a? rudimentary? phallus.
Sophie: Quiet? to? the? point.
Robert: Yes? indeed. This? know? as? the? blade. It? represents? aggression? and? manhood. It’s? a? symbol? still? used? today? in? modern? military? uniforms.
Leigh: Yes, the? more? penises? you? have, the? higher? your? rank. Boys? will? be? boys.
Robert: Now, as? you? would? imagine, the? female? symbol? is? its? exact? opposite. This? is? called? the? chalice.
Leigh: And? the? chalice? resembles? a? cup? or? vessel, or, more? importantly…the? shape? of? woman’s? womb. No, the? Grail? has? never? been? a ?cup. It? is? quite? literally? this? contact? symbol? of? womanhood.