A Punch n’ Judy theatre, with a play in progress.  Punch is just delivering a typically rattling blow to Judy’s head, and the audience is howling with delight.  The action pauses for a moment during which time Judy speaks quietly to Punch:

JUDY: You don’t hit me the way you used to.

PUNCH:  Sure I do (raising his stick to level another blow at her)

JUDY:  No, it’s been changing lately.

PUNCH: I don’t know what you mean.

JUDY:  Your heart just doesn’t seem to be in it anymore.

PUNCH:  Nonsense!  I hit you the way I’ve always hit you.

JUDY:  No, I don’t think so.  Listen, I want to ask you a question and I want you to tell me the truth.

Punch:  Yes?

JUDY:  Have you been hitting anyone else?