Dorothy, admitting to nothing:
For if I catch Dorothy heckling the small cat, for instance, she might look guilty, yet refer to it as an "unfortunate incident" that might have occurred. And if she should be so forward as to attempt to chew my slippers, while MY FEET ARE WEARING THEM, well, all she will admit to is that "mistakes were made." She has the makings of a true politician, does she not?
Dorothy, wanting me to go away so she can
listen to the Shangri-Las in peace: