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Desc:Pilot for a 70's sitcom starring people in dog costumes
Category:Classic TV Clips, Pets & Animals
Tags:dog, 70s, dogs, sitcom, who greenlit this
Submitted:Portaxx
Date:10/08/12
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Comment count is 7
Old_Zircon - 2012-10-08
It's like reverse Poochinski.
Ocyrus - 2012-10-08
Somebody reads cracked.
The Townleybomb - 2012-10-08
Why did they make a Mexican TV show in English?
B. Weed - 2012-10-08
I remember actually watching this as a kid. And then until now thinking as an adult that maybe I hallucinated it.
big pincers - 2012-10-08
I don't know what blip.tv is but it sounds shitty. pass.
VoilaIntruder - 2012-10-08
It's a legitimate video site, but is kinda redundant considering youtube exists.

This is somehow worse than 'Dog Police,' and I consider that to be nightmare inducing.

Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2012-10-08
I submitted this a while ago, but it died in the hopper:
http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=98204&what=VOTING

One of Norman Lear's production companies was behind it. I'm not surprised the pilot was greenlit. I'm convinced, in 1979, Lear could pitch a terrible premise on purpose, knowing networks would throw money at him since he was NORMAN LEAR, THE KING OF RELEVANT SITCOMS.
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