In the 1979 movie Monty Python's Life of Brian, there's scene where Brian (the protagonist) is captured by the Roman soldiers and brought to Pilate. Pilate seems to have rhotacism (a speech impediment that is defined by the lack of ability, or difficulty in, pronouncing the sound R). The segment I am talking about begins around 0:30 of this YouTube clip.
Pilate: Now, what is your name, Jew?
Pilate: Bwian, eh?
Brian: No, Brian. (the Centurion cuffs him.)
Pilate: (sniggers) The little wascal has thpiwit.
Centurion: (confused) Has what, sir?
Centurion: Yes, he did, sir.
Pilate: No, no, thpiwit...bwavado...a touch of dewwing-do.
Centurion: Ah. About eleven, sir.
Here, what were the apparent questions that Centurion answers with "Yes, he did, sir." and "Ah. About eleven, sir."?