After a successful animal rights campaign, all dogs in Springfield are allowed to go where they want and do what they want. Pack mentality quickly kicks in and the dogs of Springfield assert their dominance by threatening the people.

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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson (voice)
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After a successful animal rights campaign, all dogs in Springfield are allowed to go where they want and do what they want. Pack mentality quickly kicks in and the dogs of Springfield assert their dominance by threatening the people.

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References Dog Day Afternoon (1975) See more »

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You're My Best Friend
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Performed by Queen
Written by John Deacon
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A funny commentary on the modern "dog-lover" crowd
14 June 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lately this show has gone downhill dramatically, to state the obvious. That being said, Dogtown manages to poke fun at one of the weirdest yet most explosive and annoying trends to hit the 21st Century - dog-lovers, but not just dog-lovers in general, instead specifically those who love their dog so much that it is their surrogate baby, who see it as being of more value than people, who are blind to all the disgusting things their pet does and who will never take any responsibility for their pet. You know the type. "I love my dog, so you all must love my dog too, meaning you must tolerate it in restaurants and parks and shopping malls where it doesn't belong". If you haven't caught a glimpse of this peculiar crowd of people yet, you're likely one of them.

Anyway, this episode still pales in comparison to the older seasons, and yet it still succeeded in being amusing. It was nice to see "Ol' Gil", Luigi and the Blue-Haired Lawyer getting some more time on the screen than they usually do, there were some hilarious lines, They got rid of Judge Harm and brought Snyder back, and of course (despite it being a little violent), you get to see Marge get vengeance on an evil chihuahua with her stiletto. The one thing I didn't really like about this one was that "look what the cat dragged in!" gag which felt like it dragged on for a lot longer than necessary. Sure 'Dogtown' wasn't perfect and certainly not one of the best, but it sure beats that godawful Lady Gaga one from a few seasons back, and that Hunger Games parody Halloween episode.


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