DORI: Welcome Great Punkin! So nice of yoo to join me for this spontaneous, totally unplanned, and unrecorded intermew.
GREAT PUMPKIN: Thank you for inviting me, Adorapurr.
DORI: Yoo can call me Dori, Great Punkin.
GREAT PUMPKIN: And you can call me ... Great PUMPKIN... not Punkin.
DORI: (whispurrs to PretzelKitteh) I knew it! He's already being a poo-poo-head.
PRETZELKITTEH: In littergator-eze, that's known as being uncoopurrative. Do you want to terminate this interview?
DORI: No, I was born feral. I can hold my own. (to Great Pumpkin) Yoo can call me Dori, since this is a friendly intermew.
GREAT PUMPKIN: In that case, you may call me Great.
PRETZELKITTEH: (whispurrs to Dori) Careful. He sounds like he's trying to control the interview.
GREAT PUMPKIN: Or... since you strike me as sincere, I'll let you call me... PUNKIN.
DORI: Squeee! I knew yoo were a nice guy. I picked this punkin patch specially for yoo. Look around. There is not one sign of hypocrisy or littergators. Nothing but sincerity as far as the eye can see.
GREAT PUMPKIN: Then let the this interview begin!
DORI: I can't help but notice that yoo did not bring a bag of toys with yoo.
G.P.: Sadly that is a rumor that has done much to destroy my reputation. I am not Santa Claus. I do not have elves in my employment who make toys. All I do is fly around looking for a sincere pumpkin patch. I have thought about suing that Peanuts cartoon, but I'm not rich, and lawyers are expensive.
DORI: Not all littergators. Some are reasonably priced. Might even wurk for cat tweats.
PRETZELKITTEH: (whispurring) Give him my bizness cawd. Christmas is coming. I could use the cash to buy my Meowmy something hoomons would like. She didn't appreciate the dead mole I put in her stocking last year.
DORI: Punkin, do yoo believe in Santa Claus?