[Closing Narration] Alfred Hitchcock: You are all wondering, no doubt, how Carl Borden ended up in the jug. His dog, Cassandra, was really a detective in disguise and turned him in at the next town. It's getting so that a man can't even trust his best friend. This concludes our little court of inhuman relations. I hope you will rejoin us, when we next present a different case. Good night.
[Opening Narration] Alfred Hitchcock: Good evening. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the first case on today's docket is entitled "Malice Domestic." I hasten to add, however, that "Malice Domestic" is not about a servant problem, nor is it a puff for important wines. It is concerned with some myserious doings in a family of three - Carl Borden, his wife Annette, and their charming dog, Cassandra. To give you a clearer picture of what happened, we now transport you to the scene of the crime where we shall reenact it.