S: Can I help you?
O: Are you Susan Hillridge?
S: Yes. "Doctor" Hillridge.
G: Is this your dog Doctor?
S: Yes. Simba.
G: Well, you have a problem.
S: Oh, no. Not again. __①__?
O: Your meter reader's singing soprano.
S: Oh, I get it now. You're talking about my old dog, Dickie. __③__. That's why I put him down. Simba just gets out of the yard a lot.
G: The dog we're looking for is missing a tooth. I noticed that Simba is also missing a tooth.
S: Okay, he is missing a tooth. But he just gets out and wrestles with neighbors' garbage cans. He's not a violent dog.
G: That may be. __④__.
O: Officers, go ahead. He's all yours.
S: You're making a mistake.
G: You said that you were a doctor. May I ask your specialty?
S: Nutrition. My patients are mostly professional athletes.
G: __⑤__? Like marathoners?
S: You mean like that jogger? What was his name?
G: Terry Manning.
S: Doesn't ring a bell. And I'm very good with names, Mr. Grissom. You'll let me know when I can pick up Simba.
G: You're assuming a lot.
S: So are you.