In the meantime, a snippet of conversation from the train home afterwards:
Youngest Sister: Do you know Troilus and Cressida.
Nineveh_uk: Er, I’ve read it, but it was ages ago. Why?
Youngest Sister: I was wondering about the pandas.
Youngest Sister: Yes – when Benedick talks about Troilus and the pandas.
Nineveh_uk: Just to be clear, when you say “pandas”, you are talking about pandas? The Chinese bear that eats bamboo?
Youngest Sister: Yes.
Nineveh_uk: OK... [Summarises briefly Troilus and Cressida, Pandarus, panders, and the lack of pandas in Shakespeare.]
Youngest Sister asks me to point out in her defence that her stream of consciousness went from “He said pandas? Well, there’s ‘Exit pursued by a bear’, and references to animals and myths in Shakespeare. Maybe there was a legend about pandas.”
Ed. for reference, the line in question is "Troilus, the first employer of panders."