ChairmanDan of the Board?
HOSPOVET: People say that you run a dictatorial approach, that you do things the way you want. I'm going to cut to the chase. Do you regret using private security when the Australian Defence Force were offered?
ANDREWS: Regrets, I've had a few. But then again, too few to mention.
HOSPOVET: That's Frank Sinatra, isn't it?
ANDREWS: I did, what I had to do. And saw it through, without exemption.
HOSPOVET: More Sinatra?
ANDREWS: No, I'm pretty sure that's an Andrews original.
HOSPOVET: I'm pretty sure that's Sinatra.
ANDREWS: Let's agree to disagree.
HOSPOVET: OK. Tell me more about your urgent draft to the Solicitor General to make amendments to the Public Health and Wellbeing Act (2008) to extend the lockdowns beyond the 6 month legislated limit.
ANDREWS: Who told you that?
HOSPOVET: I don't have to reveal my sources.
ANDREWS: And I don't have to answer.
HOSPOVET: True, but the people of Victoria have the right to know.
ANDREWS: Let me put it this way. I've loved. I've laughed and cried. I've had my fill, my share of losing. And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing.
HOSPOVET: More Sinatra? Amusing? Are you taking the piss? People are dying, the economy is collapsing and the collateral damage of your incompetence is destroying our great state. Do you actually have a plan?
ANDREWS: I planned each chartered course, each careful step along the by-way.
HOSPOVET: I know the fucking song. It's Frank Sinatra's 'My Way'. Reciting line after line as answers to my questions is not acceptable. I want real answers. Do you think you have bitten off more than you can chew?
ANDREWS: Yes, there were times, I'm sure you knew, when I bit off, more than I can chew. But through it all, when there was doubt, I ate it up and spat it out.
HOSPOVET: I give up. Is there anything else you'd like to add?
ANDREWS: The record shows, I took the blows, And I did it...
HOSPOVET: I know the rest. Thanks for your time.
ANDREWS: ... Myyyyyyyyyyyy Waaaayyyyyyyy.