"It's Cadpig, Sir!"
(by Tobias, Sep 27, 2009)
"Whatever, Carpool, hit the deck and give me thirty-th..four...SEVEN!!" (courtesy of Lt. Pug ;P)I should love my attention span X3 A few days ago I came across a Christmas song, which reminded me of this TV series from .. uhm .. eight years ago or so? They aired after the movie '101 Dalmatians' (fittingly named '101 Dalmatians - The Series') - just that it focuses on three of the pups (Lucky, Rolly and Cadpig) and a chicken( Spot) instead. Of course, back then I wasn't blessed with YouTube yet, so I got to enjoy the German version (which was actually done quite well). Still, in their Christmas special they kept the Christmas tune from the US-version, which isn't a tune used in Austria at all. Sooo back then it caught my attention (it does sound really nice) and I was trying to find out what song it was. Picture a little seal listening through aaall the Christmas CDs in that one big music store we had back then - which wasn't even a dedicated music store, it focused mainly on school supplies X3Anyhow *zoom back to the present* I came across that same tune and just had to watch that series again (a few weeks ago it was the key episodes of Digimon because of Guilmon) - *poof* there went the next few evenings X3 I'm glad I got reminded of it though - especially because somehow I had completely forgotten about it over the years O.o Which is a pity, really, because I loved the show (still do) - they have a lot of detail in there, and the characters are simply refreshing ^-^
Cadpig *points up* is my favourite character (followed closely by Spot) - she's the shortest pup of the pack, but she makes up for that by being smart, witty - and sliiightly hypocritical, though that doesn't make her any less adorable ;P Really, if I had to pick, I'd pick her anytime ("Two for the Show" anyone? Even if in that episode Rolly was probably the best choice ;P Whoops, spoilers?)I need to update this more X3
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