|The Great Hippo |
5 second rule!
I've never heard of this show, is it a serious show? 5 stars if it is.
Woah that looks like an incredibly bad plot with equally crappy directing.
but the dog was on a leash! MY MIND
|Timothy A. Bear |
It wasn't even in a ziplock bag.
Directed by crazy Joe Davola.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Mr. Leather Jacket gives Dan a smug look. He told Dan this exact thing would happen, and now he gets to have the last laugh.
|Cap'n Profan!ty |
MMMM BECAUSE DOGGIES LOVE HUMAN MEAT
Jesus, I thought this must have been some joke alternative ending. Then I found this:
"'One Tree Hill' Aftergasm: It's a Dog-Eat-Heart World"
My favorite quote from the article:
"Perhaps I’m reading too much into it, but I also like to think there are added levels of nuance in the way his donor heart was destroyed. After the dog ate his heart, Dan went to the beach and yelled at God for all of the challenges he’s been put through. Is it just a coincidence that dog spelled backwards is God?"
Maybe his mind is going and he was yelling at the dog.
This show is truly prophetic. Clearly this is symbolic of our present psychic trend to return to our animal natures, as is evinced by the growing furry phenomenon. The human heart, here dissociated by being removed from the human body and encased in a Styrofoam container with ice clearly represents an animus possession, the trend towards cold hard logic and artificial external progress, has been assimilated by a dog which has burst forth from its leash (releasing itself from human constructs). This, of course, can only represent a return to our more instinctual natures as a natural reaction towards the rising hyper-reality and artifice of contemporary society. Now, the character without his new heart (which in this case has become an autonomous partial object), must turn into himself and face his own inevitable mortality which will only tie his ego closer to its inherent participation with the cycle of life and death which no amount of human progress has been able to cut or override, but which essentially every step towards further artificial representation, e.g., this very programme, simply distracts us from this very same cycle. Let us not forget that it was the leash itself, representative of our desire to bind the animal into the human Logos system, that was the instigator of this very episode.
Heh, heh... good doggie!
Dog eats a one pound human heart in one second!
There is just so much insanity distilled into 30 seconds of network television here. I think this beats out Seth Green's neck exploding as most ill-conceived dramatic moment.
And that look at the end! "You let a man run through the waiting room with an improperly packed organ transplant, trip over another waiting man's dog leash, spill the heart everywhere, and then let the dog pick up your heart and run off, presumably to eat it. YOU DISGUST ME."
I've watched this about forty times and shown this to five people since this was put up here this morning.
It still has not grown old.
"Somebody should do something!"
Keep your eye on the dog's owner. As his dog whose leash was just tugged out of his hand heads for the human heart and handful of hotel ice, his response is to crack open a two month old Golf Illustrated provided by the hospital.
|Foolish Motorcycle Accident |
I don't know what this is, but I love the hell out of it
In my house as well, once something hits the floor it belongs to the dog. You try saying no to that face.
|Binro the Heretic |
Oooh...it's a teeny-bopper soap opera. That explains it.
A marathon of this, those MTV shows with rich spoiled kids, and the O.C would be the perfect way to torture someone.
I seriously could not watch this too many times.
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