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[Comments] (6) Leonard's Immutable Law Of Commercials: If ever there is a dog in a commercial, the dog will bark before the end of the commercial.

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Posted by Nate at Fri Jan 16 2004 10:44

Immutable!? Ha! petmeds.com has an ad in which the specimen emits no noises whatsoever.

Posted by pedro at Fri Jan 16 2004 11:20

looks like your law has been muted, buddy.

Posted by Kristofer Straub at Fri Jan 16 2004 13:16

This is similar to the "if there's a close-up of a digital clock, the minute will change" law. Also, I would argue that the dog will bark at the very end of the commercial, or after "Right, Duke?" or whatever the dog's name is.

And the petmeds.com dog is probably a prop.

Posted by Frances at Fri Jan 16 2004 13:41

Maybe it's a Law of Dogs rather than a Law of Commercials.

Posted by pedro at Sat Jan 17 2004 17:24

Was the petmeds.com ad for a doggie sedative?

Posted by Nick Moffitt at Wed Jan 21 2004 14:02

If there is a fruit cart or hot dog stand visible during any chase scene...

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