I enjoy bringing you the daily scoop on the behind the scenes lives of the famous pooches selected by our fantastic hostess Blogramedy. There is so much that is necessary to tell the stories of the beloved television characters that we love to tune in every week. I only wish we could have the opportunity to explore the Smoke Monster and polar bears from Lost.
This is another closely held secret that few people outside the closely guarded Peanuts elite know. In fact, Franklin and Pig Pen were last seen being tossed into a nondescript white van after they found out what you are about to read.
Snoopy stealthily worked his way to the rear of the pet store, pulling the Indiana Jones fedora low across his eyes to conceal his identity. Woodstock fluttered near the door, acting as his lookout.
The Little Red-Haired Girl waited patiently for her weekly hush package from him.
“Five thousand dollars, as agreed.”
“You’re sure this is necessary?”
“Necessary, you know what would happen if Blockhead got the girl?”
“I remember what you said.”
“Confidence. He’d kick the football. Strike out batters. Make me go to obedience school.”
“That would be bad?”
“Bad. You know all that hoopla with that Skywalker kid and “The Force”?
“You ain’t seen nothing toots!
Note: Eddie’s real name was credited as Moose.
Other dogs from the pound.
Other accomplices in the Dog Days of Summer.
Blogdramedy – think of me as the alpha dog
1pointperspective – circus dog (inside joke that’s not so inside if you go over and read his blog)
SteveBetz – in for a Penny, in for a pound (I AM good!)
Jtailele’s Blog – the unknown element
MC’s Whispers – speaks five languages (not including puppy-speak)
Shouts from the Abyss – he knows how to sit up and beg
H.E. Ellis – he likes pithy and, for some reason, Chevy Impalas
Lenore Diane – peanut butter & bananas sandwiches make her day
Fix it or Deal – Amy’s into robots so she building her own mechanical dog