Mike Wallace: Now, you've watched this gate for many years, right?
St Peter: Yes, that's right.
MW: And do you decide who gets in the gates?
SP: Well...I mean, I don't make the final decisions, no...
MW: But you can, for example, send someone to the back of the line?
SP: That's...you know, that's not something that would be done. In some, rare cases, people decide to return to the end of the line on their own.
MW: Peter, come on. Did Carl Sagan go back on his own?
SP: Well, look...you know, Carl was...look, Carl was a special case, being an atheist and all. There wasn't a decision made or anything. He got to the gate and decided, you know, on his own I think, that he didn't want to go in.
MW: Well, we spoke to Carl a little while ago, and he said, I'm quoting here, "There were billions and billions of people in the line, and I had to walk past all of them after St. Peter turned me away." What do you think about that? Did you make Carl Sagan walk back to the end of a line containing billions of people?
SP: OK, you know, I'm not... Look, if a decision was made, it wasn't made by me. I don't make policy, I'm just the guy, you know, at the gate.
MW: Sagan went on to say that you said a couple of other things to him. Peter, did you call Carl Sagan a "dirty unbeliever" and an "apostate?"
SP: Now, wait, that's just... Look, I can't comment on that.
MW: Peter, did you send Carl Sagan to the end of the line?
SP: Mike, I'm sorry, I really can't answer that question.
MW: Peter, did you send Carl Sagan to the end of the line because he was an atheist?
MW (in studio): Peter ended the interview at that point. But still, we're left with the question, who decides who gets in? After repeated denials from the Trinity, we were able to speak to Metatron...