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    basselope7

    [1]Apr 15, 2007
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    In "Far-Out Friday," the scene where the dogs change colors and switch bodies is a reference to the 1970s version of Freaky Friday.  I am scared of that scene in the human version, because 1) it's old to begin with, and I'm terrified of old stuff; 2) it's a scary scene to begin with also, and 3) the fact that there could be such special effects to make that scene in a 1970s movie is really kr33py.  Seeing that scene in 2 Stupid Dogs, that perfect replication, right down to the eerie music, freaked me out the night I saw it.  I was nervous and jumpy all day.  I feel I have lost the feeling I had for this show.  Can anyone please post anything you want about the show that'll maybe help me rediscover the true worth of 2 Stupid Dogs?  And no "Far-Out Friday" references, please... my heart can't take it!

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    basselope7

    [2]Apr 19, 2007
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    ...Anyone?
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    lequericacalvo

    [3]Oct 30, 2007
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    basselope7 wrote:
    ...Anyone?


    Yes.
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    insane_beaver

    [4]Nov 24, 2007
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    basselope7 wrote:

    In "Far-Out Friday," the scene where the dogs change colors and switch bodies is a reference to the 1970s version of Freaky Friday. I am scared of that scene in the human version, because 1) it's old to begin with, and I'm terrified of old stuff; 2) it's a scary scene to begin with also, and 3) the fact that there could be such special effects to make that scene in a 1970s movie is really kr33py. Seeing that scene in 2 Stupid Dogs, that perfect replication, right down to the eerie music, freaked me out the night I saw it. I was nervous and jumpy all day. I feel I have lost the feeling I had for this show. Can anyone please post anything you want about the show that'll maybe help me rediscover the true worth of 2 Stupid Dogs? And no "Far-Out Friday" references, please... my heart can't take it!

    I don't understand why this has shocked you that way. I mean, that is really usual in these cartoons.

    However, the thing that I love the most from this show is Hollywood.
    It's awesome to see how he's everywhere!

    Especially on "Pie in the sky". He has a lot of personalities, even women!

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    creedhigher

    [5]Dec 25, 2007
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    bad trip?
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    lequericacalvo

    [6]Feb 28, 2008
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    insane_beaver wrote:
    basselope7 wrote:

    In "Far-Out Friday," the scene where the dogs change colors and switch bodies is a reference to the 1970s version of Freaky Friday. I am scared of that scene in the human version, because 1) it's old to begin with, and I'm terrified of old stuff; 2) it's a scary scene to begin with also, and 3) the fact that there could be such special effects to make that scene in a 1970s movie is really kr33py. Seeing that scene in 2 Stupid Dogs, that perfect replication, right down to the eerie music, freaked me out the night I saw it. I was nervous and jumpy all day. I feel I have lost the feeling I had for this show. Can anyone please post anything you want about the show that'll maybe help me rediscover the true worth of 2 Stupid Dogs? And no "Far-Out Friday" references, please... my heart can't take it!

    I don't understand why this has shocked you that way. I mean, that is really usual in these cartoons.

    However, the thing that I love the most from this show is Hollywood.
    It's awesome to see how he's everywhere!

    Especially on "Pie in the sky". He has a lot of personalities, even women!



    Es cierto Hollywood es uno de los personajes mas versatiles del show
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