Podcasting Day: Dog Police with Fryda Wolff 🌭

When I said I wanted to do a whole podcast on the 3-minute long novelty song “Dog Police,” Seanbaby said “you’re gonna get a whole podcast out of that?” and then immediately added “Fryda Wolff would love it.” 

He was right! Fryda loves Dog Police first and foremost, but second to that she is a talented voice actor who dominates video games and animation, so every time we trick her into doing an impression here she’s working for free! That makes this entire podcast a violation of labor laws, and we its corrupt union-busting capitalist pigs. Follow Fryda here so she can at least say she’s working for exposure. 

There is so much Dog Policing to cover. Origin stories, videos, TV shows! The song got TV shows! Plural! The world almost went nuts for Dog Police, but then did not. The Dog Police they actually filmed was-

Hold on, I can sense your confusion. I keep saying “Dog Police” and you keep thinking “but which one? There are so many cinematic dog police, and I know them all by heart – they’re each and every one totally charming. Can you specify?” 

Of course-

You can throw us a bone and subscribe here, or you could leave us a rather fetching review that will leave tongues wagging about what good boys we are! Please don’t specifically mention it’s in regard to that time we did an entire podcast about the dogfucking song. That’s not a pun, it is a genuine plea.

Store update! Did you know 1-900-🌭 has a mascot? Us neither! He just… he just showed up one day. We don’t even know his name. Can you help explain this, or at least buy his shirts? Maybe that will make him happy, there’s honestly no way of knowing. 

2 replies on “Podcasting Day: Dog Police with Fryda Wolff 🌭”

OK hold on a second here.

Why are you so certain that “dog” here is used as a metaphor for “ugly woman”? I would note that other commentary I’ve seen, as well as Wikipedia, nobody makes this connection. I’m not sure if I see it myself watching the video. He actually seems pretty into her.

The alternative explanation is that, yes, she is a dog person, a fact to which our protagonist reacts with surprise at first, but which rapidly turns into attraction, as evidenced by the fact that she (at some point) became the mother of his puppies.

In this alternative reading, she also happens to be a criminal of some kind, which the bartender notices and phones “the dog police” to nab her. In this case, The Dog Police are like a sort of elite “Blade Runner” unit… “it takes a Dog to catch a Dog”, after all.

Look at her wry expression after she’s (quite literally) collared by the Dog Police; she’s a master criminal, and while she’s been caught this time, she knows she’ll be back out in no time!

In summary, I think you guys missed the (hot dog) boat on this one. Perhaps the Dog Police need to visit you!

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