plutoquentincrispcom 08 Aug 2005 Now, I'm no dog psychiatrist, but I can see that dog's pissed. How come whenever he gets a chance he sprints away from his owner and tries to give the secret family recipe to anybody who'll listen? At first I thought, well, the dog's obviously a traitor out to destroy the family business, and anybody with any sense would stuff him into a pillowcase and throw him down a well. But then I thought, hey, dogs aren't born bad. His owner must have done something horrible to make to dog mad -- there's a reason bestiality is in the dictionary, you know -- and the dog is seeking revenge by hitting the family where it hurts. Personally, I'd like to get more information about the dog -- like, is he acting out in other ways? Peeing on the carpet? Snarling at other dogs? Scratching at the couch, or other furniture? Though the commercials treat his behavior as light and fanciful, this dog is clearly very angry, and even if he succeeds in destroying the family business, I'm not sure this dysfunctional tale will end there. Though personally I won't miss the beans. Anybody else got any feelings about this?