Hooper June 30, 2021 Share June 30, 2021 That comedian/commentator reminded me of the commentator played by Fred Willard in Best in Show. Except Fred Willard was doing brilliant satire of, well, clueless commentators like the new guy on ATD. If the producers of this show want someone who can do some humorous sporting event-like commentary and actually has some genuine affinity for dogs I recommend this guy. Overall I liked the new format. I agree that the zip line is pointless, but I liked seeing more diversity in breeds and handlers . I don’t know exactly what the rules and time constraints are on searching for the scented keys, but all the handlers, including the professionals, needed to calm the f... down during the search. And I was sad to see the cattle dog, aka red heeler, disqualified for doing exactly what he was bred and trained to do - nip/bite low on the leg. I get why biting a body part that isn’t protected by the body suit is a no-no, but still... that heel bite was less of a safety hazard than the bull dog that went for the crotch and hung on last season 😨 Anyway, welcome back show. It was 101 degrees at 9 pm when I was watching last night, and watching a silly dog competition was exactly all the physical and mental energy I could summon . 3 Link to comment
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