In French. I have only skimmed through this self-justificatory tome, but it appears that Sally Anne Stapleford is appointed Chief Villain. In her analysis of the comparative merits of S/P and B/S on the night, Le Gougne's chief justification of her decision is that there was too much basic stroking and two-foot skating between the elements, and this, she surmises, gave them more room to play to the crowd. She avoids, interestingly enough, the "it was an old program" canard that she came up with during her television interview. Anyway, I intend to try to read it more thoroughly.