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Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe (Character)
from "Frasier" (1993)

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"Frasier: Love Bites Dog (#4.2)" (1996)
Frasier: Bulldog, is there nothing I can say to appeal to your sense of decency?
Bulldog: Hey, I have no sense of decency. That way, my other senses are enhanced.

Roz: [Bulldog runs out of the booth sobbing] Wait, Bulldog. We need a tape! Where's "The Best of Bulldog"?
Bulldog: [sobbing] She took the best of Bulldog!

Niles: You poor man. Help is at hand!
Bulldog: [from inside bathroom stall] No. No shrinks. I hate shrinks. You're all a bunch of wimps... weirdos.
[comes out the stall and collapses in tears on Niles' shoulder]
Bulldog: Help me!
Niles: There, there. I'm here for you.
[pushes Bulldog away]
Niles: And you're over there for me.

Bulldog: [Frasier is trying to snap Bulldog out of it] Doc, Doc, you're hurting my head here. Can you stop being a shrink and just be like a guy?
Frasier: [to himself] Like a guy. Like a guy.
Frasier: SCREW HER!
Bulldog: What?
Frasier: [angrily] Yeah, you don't need her. She's trash!
Bulldog: Yeah, that's right.
Frasier: You're better off without her; We both are!
Bulldog: I like the sound of this.
Frasier: Yeah, so do I! Unattractive, yet liberating, rather like the one and only time I wore a European bathing suit.
[realizing he's going off-track]
Frasier: I'm sorry. SHE'S A BITCH!
Bulldog: Hey, she wasn't even that hot!
Frasier: You're right. All she did was save you the trouble of having to dump her!
Bulldog: [cheering up] I never thought about that.
Frasier: There you go!
Bulldog: I'm feeling a little better, Doc!
Frasier: That's right!
Bulldog: Thanks. It's great talking to you!
[holds out his hand]
Frasier: [shaking his hand] Likewise. You know, I could talk like this for another thirty seconds.
Frasier: [walking back in the booth with Bulldog] She was nothing! She was less than nothing! Tomorrow you're gonna find someone even hotter and you know what you're gonna do?
Bulldog: What?
Frasier: You're gonna have your fun with her and then you're gonna dump her just for the hell of it!
Bulldog: Yeah, dump her!
Frasier: And you know what? You're not gonna feel bad about it at all. You know why? Because we're GUYS and THAT'S WHAT GUYS DO!
[walks out of booth]
Niles: [in corridor] Distressing news, Frasier. Francois gave away our table.
Frasier: SCREW HIM!
Niles: [shocked] Excuse me?
Frasier: You heard what I said! We don't need him or his stinky little restaurant! There are plenty of restaurants in town. I say we go somewhere we don't even need a reservation!
[Niles slaps him, snapping him out of his Bulldog mode]
Frasier: Thank you.

Roz: Oh my God. It's in love!
Bulldog: Last night for the first time in my life I actually said those three little words: "stay for breakfast."
Frasier: You had sex with Sharon?
Bulldog: Doc, please! We "made love." You know what? I gotta call her.
[picks up the phone]
Bulldog: No, wait. No, I gotta play hard to get.
[slams phone down]
Bulldog: But I miss the sound of her voice. I'm calling her.
[picks up phone]
Bulldog: No, wait. It's too needy. Chicks hate that.
[puts phone down]
Bulldog: I shouldn't call her. But I want to!
[picks up phone before putting it down again]
Bulldog: Doc, what should I do?
Frasier: [bewildered] Don't ask me, I don't even know who you are!

"Frasier: Leapin' Lizards (#3.4)" (1995)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [Bulldog carries on with his show] I asked the Raiders defensive line to describe their tackling skills and here's what they said:
Dr. Frasier Crane: [recording plays] Three little maids from school are we, three little maiddddds from school!

[Frasier's phone rings. Bulldog is calling from his show, using a snooty voice]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Hello, this is Dr. Julius Erving. I'm calling for Dr. Niles Crane. His receptionist said he might be there.
Dr. Frasier Crane: I'm sorry, I am expecting him if you'd like to leave a message.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: No, no, nothing important. Some of the boys here at the club have a little bet going about "The Mikado".
Dr. Frasier Crane: Well, perhaps I can help, I'm Niles' brother, Dr. Frasier Crane and as luck would have it, I was in an all-male version of "The Mikado" at Oxford. People still ask to see my "Yum-Yum!"
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: I don't suppose you happen to remember the words to "Three Little Maids"?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Well, let me see. Of course my falsetto isn't what it used to be, but, um...
[high-pitched voice]
Dr. Frasier Crane: "Three little maids from school are we, prim as a schoolgirl well well be, filled to the brim with girlish glee, three little maids from school!"
[Martin enters with his radio, laughing]
Dr. Frasier Crane: Dad, would you please be quiet? I'm trying to settle a bet here!
Martin: You sure are. Some caller bet Bulldog he couldn't make you sing over the air!
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [normal voice] Sayonara, Doc!

Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Jack, how can I put this to you delicately? You're a moron! Shut up! You know squat! You know less than squat! You and squat could go to the movies and squat could wear an "I'm With Stupid" t-shirt!

Kate Costas: Stop busting Frasier's chops; enough said?
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Well I could, but see all these lines lit up? They're all waiting to tell me how funny it was.
Kate Costas: [to Pete, his producer] Are all these callers waiting to tell Bulldog how much they liked the joke he played on Frasier?
Pete: All except the guy on nine, he thinks Bulldog sucks.
Kate Costas: Because of what he did to Frasier?
Pete: No, just in general.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: So, what do you want me to do?
Kate Costas: If you think I'm going to allow you to publicly mock one of our most respected hosts on air just for the sake of higher ratings, you and I are going to get along just fine!
[smiles and leaves]

"Frasier: The Dog That Rocks the Cradle (#7.5)" (1999)
Bulldog: Okay. If you're not going to have some peaches, we've got some Jell-O in the fridge. You know, some naughty ladies like to wrestle in that stuff.

[Bulldog picks up Roz's daughter Alice]
Bulldog: Hey, look who's here. Hey, sweetpea, you are getting so big. Hey, look at that smile, she likes me.
Roz: She's relieved not to be the least mature person in the room any more.

Bulldog: Okay, what sorry bastard would steal a pacifier from a kid?
[hits a table]
Bulldog: THIS STINKS! THIS IS TOTAL B.S.! THIS IS...! Oh, found it. Found it!

Roz: What'd you guys do today?
Bulldog: Oh, we fed the ducks! We rode the horses at the park, then we came back here for a whole jar of peas!
Roz: Peas? How did you get her to eat those?
Bulldog: There's a trick to it. You gotta pretend to sneeze them out of your nose.
Roz: [amazed] How did you come up with that?
Bulldog: It's an interesting story...
Roz: Actually, don't tell me.

"Frasier: Frasier-Lite (#11.12)" (2004)
Noel Shempsky: [bows over in pain] Ohhhh!
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [slapping Noel's head] Shake it off, kid! Nobody likes a whiner!

Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Hey! What'd I tell you about smoking in the booth?
Roz Doyle: Oh, bite me! I need something to kill my appetite - besides your STUPID, UGLY FACE!

[before the initial weighing, the staff gorges themselves on junk food to boost their starting weight]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: We got cheeseburgers, donuts, french fries, tacos...
Gil Chesterton: And a duck confit that's as rich as Donald Trump and twice as greasy.

[the KACL team is sitting in a steam room]
Roz Doyle: It's weird, my skin tastes kind of salty.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Oh, I'd say mostly sweet, but a little salty.
Roz Doyle: That wasn't me, Bulldog.
Gil Chesterton: That was me you licked. And if it happens again, I shall consider it strike one.

"Frasier: She's the Boss (#3.1)" (1995)
Roz: All right, all right, listen up everyone, I've been working the office grapevine, I've got the scoop on the new boss.
Gil Chesterton: Is she going to fire me?
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Hey, first things first! Is she baggable?
Roz: Forget it, Bulldog; she'd have you for breakfast.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Right, like I ever stick around that long.
Roz: Anyway, the word is that she's like this psycho perfectionist. Everyone at her last station was scared to death of her. She's kind of becoming my idol.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Hey, what if she hates sports? I need this job! I just promised my mom a new pacemaker! Wait, think I could get her to believe I said "pasta maker?"

Frasier: [Frasier and Roz have been exiled to the wee hours] Really stunk up the airwaves with that one, didn't we?
Roz: Frasier, I want you to flash forward to tonight. It's sometime after midnight. Dennis Abbott and I have just had a glorious meal at Le Ralee. Dennis has just asked me back to his penthouse apartment to see his priceless collection of silk sheets. And I lean forward and whisper, "I can't. I have to go to work in an hour." What is wrong with this picture?
Frasier: Well, for starters, you at Le Ralee. It's a two-week wait.
Roz: So is Dennis Abbott! Frasier, we have got to get our old time slot back!
Frasier: Don't worry, Roz, we will she just moved us to break our spirit.
Roz: Well, she can saddle me up and ride me around the room! I can't do this again!
[They leave the booth. Kate is waiting in the hallway]
Kate Costas: Good morning!
Frasier: Hello.
Kate Costas: Enjoying your new time slot?
Frasier: As a matter of fact, I found it invigorating! Didn't you, Roz? Remember that woman who called in, uh, you know, with the delusions of grandeur? Couldn't understand why nobody liked her.
Kate Costas: Well, I hope you explained to her that it's not important that people like her, as long as they respect her.
Frasier: Oh yes, respect is important. So is self-respect.
Kate Costas: Oh, yes, yes, but some people - and this is so unfortunate - can't tell the difference between self-respect and pig-headedness.
Frasier: Yes, but those people are usually rigid little demagogues who don't know the difference between the kind of respect that is earned and the kind of respect that is irrespective... of what others expect.
Kate Costas: Isn't it sad when bad things happen to good sentences?
Frasier: I think I made myself clear.
Kate Costas: Well, I really do have work to do. I've got to find somebody for your old time slot - now that it's free!
Frasier: Good luck!
[Kate leaves]
Roz: Nice going, Frasier; now she's never gonna give in.
Frasier: Steady, Roz. She may have been able to intimidate people in other situations, but here at KACL she'll find that we are NOT a bunch of spineless twits!
[Bulldog sticks his head out of a door]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [Whispering] Hey, is she gone?

"Frasier: Head Game (#4.5)" (1996)
[Roz checks out one of Bulldog's guests, a pro basketball player]
Roz: Can I ask you a favor?
Bulldog: Yeah, forget it. He's married!
Roz: Hey! That's pretty offensive. Why did you assume that's what I wanted?
Bulldog: Okay, then. What did you want?
Roz: Well... I don't know. I just wondered if...
Bulldog: [blowing a horn in her face] Time's up.

[while Niles is filling in for Frasier]
Bulldog: Hey, Dr. Doolittle! I heard your show. It didn't suck!
Niles: Ah. "Dear Diary...
Bulldog: So, how's it feel?
Niles: Like I'm walking away from my lamppost, and counting the bills in my garter belt.

"Frasier: Roz's Krantz & Gouldenstein Are Dead (#4.15)" (1997)
Frasier: Listen, have you seen Roz? She's late. My show goes on in thirty seconds.
Bulldog: You know what? I'd dump her.
Frasier: That's a little extreme, don't you think?
Bulldog: No. I fire everybody once a year. Housekeepers, personal trainers, phutt. You know, cut them off before they start copping an attitude. Oh, oh, doctors are the worst of all. You pick up the same disease three or four times, they start lecturing you like it's your fault.
[holds up chocolate bar]
Bulldog: Want a bite?
Frasier: Not if you skipped it to me over a pool of disinfectant.

Roz: You should have seen him, Frasier. He was raring to go, he kept bragging about how good he was and how much fun it was going to be, and he dies on me!
Bulldog: Hey, it happens to all guys, okay?
Frasier: Bulldog...
Bulldog: No, no. This is a pet peeve of mine, doc. Why is it always the guy's fault? You know, if you chicks needed a little less booze to get from "maybe" to "yes," we'd be a lot more alert when the moment of truth arrives.
Frasier: Bulldog, Roz was playing checkers with an elderly gentleman and he died.
Bulldog: Oh, well... when I said "We" I didn't mean me, because I don't have that...
[Frasier and Roz just wait]
Bulldog: Hey, you're a doctor, that was confidential!

"Frasier: Roz in the Doghouse (#2.12)" (1995)
Bulldog: Hey, you got nice feet!
Roz: Really? You don't think they're too big?
Bulldog: You kidding? I could get this whole thing in my mouth, easy.

Bulldog: You got your pastrami, coleslaw... okay, where's the french fries? I ordered french fries!
[hits a table]
Bulldog: THIS STINKS! THIS IS TOTAL B.S.! That apron boy is gonna...!
[sees another small bag]
Bulldog: Oh, here they are.

"Frasier: Frasier Loves Roz (#3.22)" (1996)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Oh, I love weddings. Never been to a wedding where I didn't bag at least one bridesmaid.

"Frasier: The Perfect Guy (#5.17)" (1998)
[all the male employees at the station are jealous of the new radio host, an impossibly handsome man]
Gil Chesterson: I must confess, I didn't notice he was all that handsome.
[stunned silence]
Roz: You didn't notice? You of all people?
Gil Chesterson: Just what are you insinuating?
Roz: Well, you know, that you're a little, er...
Gil Chesterson: For your information, I happen to be a happily married man.
[stunned silence]
Frasier: You're... married?
Bulldog: To a woman?
Gil Chesterson: Of course to a woman! You've all heard me mention Deb. Well, how often have I said, "I must be running along now, Deb will be waiting"?
Roz: We thought Deb was your cat.
Gil Chesterson: She is not a cat! She is Mrs. Gilbert Leslie Chesterton, a Sarah Lawrence graduate, and the owner of a very successful auto body repair shop. Honestly, the conclusions people make, just because a man dresses well and knows how to use a pastry bag!
[he exits]
Frasier: Well, that's the first time I've ever seen a man "in" himself.

"Frasier: The Kid (#5.4)" (1997)
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: So, Roz, who's the proud papa? You got it narrowed down yet?
Roz: That's nice, very nice. Frasier, will you excuse us?
Frasier: Yes, of course. Just remember the baby's future, Roz. Try to make it look like an accident.
[Frasier leaves]
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: Look, I was just kidding. I'm sure you probably know who the dad is.
Roz: Well, that's what I wanted to talk to you about. Do you remember Janet's party a couple months ago? You got really drunk and I drove you home?
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: Yeah... what about it?
Roz: Well, you invited me up, and I guess I'd had a few myself, because the next thing I knew...
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: [terrified] No, whoa - I don't believe this. I don't even remember us...
Roz: Now calm down, Bulldog.
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: No, come on, please, just tell me you're joking!
Roz: Look, we don't have to get married right away...
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: Oh, man! Oh, man!
[he paces, chewing his knuckles; she caresses his back]
Roz: I thought you'd be happy about this. I mean, we were wonderful together. When you made love to me, you were so tender and caring...
Bob 'Bull Dog' Briscoe: Hey, whoa! Ha, ha! "Tender and caring?" No way was that me! Yeah, you almost had me! Good one, Roz!

"Frasier: Good Grief (#6.1)" (1998)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Hey doc. Roz. Wait till you hear this. I got a job today.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Really?
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: You ought to rub me for good luck.
Roz Doyle: Where?
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Well start on my knee, work your way up.
Roz Doyle: Where's the job?
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Oh, it's this new all-sports station. I got the breakfast slot. I even came up with a slogan: 'Coffee, eggs and Bulldog.'
Dr. Frasier Crane: Sounds like some sort of a Malaysian Happy Meal.

"Frasier: The Botched Language of Cranes (#2.6)" (1994)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [entering the recording studio] Hey, Doc. I need some advice. I feel a cold coming on, and I'm wondering, should I take vitamin C or should I just leave Seattle?
[bursts into laughter and smacks Frasier over the head with a newspaper]

"Frasier: Tales from the Crypt (#10.5)" (2002)
Bulldog Briscoe: Roz, you just missed the classic prank of all time. I'll admit it, this was my masterpiece.
Roz Doyle: Oh, who, who? Who'd you get?
Kenny Daly: [entering] There he is!
Bulldog Briscoe: I got this friend down at the impound lot, who came across a smashed-up BMW, same make and model as Frasier's.
Roz Doyle: You didn't! You got Frasier! Bulldog: I had his car towed from the garage, the wreck went in its place.
Kenny Daly: The doc totally freaked when he saw it. First he started swearing, and then he implored the heavens, and just when his lip started trembling, Bulldog comes out, tells him it's all a prank.
Bulldog Briscoe: Hey, Bulldog observes the mercy rule. Besides, I got the whole thing on tape.

"Frasier: Frasier Grinch (#3.9)" (1995)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [wearing a sprig of mistletoe on his hat] Hey, Roz. You know what's over my head?
Roz Doyle: Almost any clever remark?
[Gil bursts out laughing]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: What's she mean by that?

"Frasier: Space Quest (#1.2)" (1993)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Okay, where's my Cosell tape? Someone stole my Cosell tape! This stinks! This is total B.S.! This is-oh, here it is.

"Frasier: Sweet Dreams (#5.24)" (1998)
Bulldog: Oh, by the way: Roz, baby or no baby, your ass has never looked better.
Roz: Shut up!
[Bulldog exits]
Roz: How sick is that?
Frasier: Well, he's just being Bulldog.
Roz: No - that I liked hearing it?

"Frasier: Halloween (#5.3)" (1997)
Bulldog: [Bulldog arrives at Niles' costume party] Guess who I am.
Niles: [Disinterested] I... give up.
Bulldog: I'm Waldo... from "Where's Waldo?" You know, the guy you can't find because he blends into the crowd.
Niles: I don't know, but I'd love a demonstration.
[Niles shoves Bulldog away, into the crowd of guests]

"Frasier: Fortysomething (#1.20)" (1994)
Carrie: Excuse me, Dr. Crane?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Hi, Carrie.
Carrie: Hi. I have your pants.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Whoa, doc!
[honks horn]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Where'd you leave them?
Dr. Frasier Crane: They're new, Bulldog. Some of the finer department stores deliver garments to their busier customers.
Carrie: Actually, we don't. I just thought it would be nice to see you again.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Excuse me. You look very familiar. Didn't I let you pour a flaming tequila shooter down my throat at Sloppy Nick's during ah, last year's Indy 500?
Carrie: Ahhh, no.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Well, what are you doing next Memorial Day?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Bulldog, as certain as I am that any young lady in the world would love to set your face on fire, Carrie, I believe, is here to see me.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Okay. Hey, you can't blame a dog for trying. Just on the off chance it might make a difference, I drive a '94 Camaro.
[He leaves]
Carrie: Is he gay?
[Frasier looks at her, surprised]
Carrie: I've been studying about this in school, and it seems like he's really overcompensating.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Yes, well, I'm not sure. But I certainly look forward to running that theory by him.

"Frasier: The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl (#3.7)" (1995)
Roz Doyle: [In the studio the morning after Frasier's on-air romp with Kate] Okay, *Fabio.* I want two things. One: you will never make another crack about my sex life. I don't care if I start dating a lumber camp.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Done.
Roz Doyle: And two: Who's 'Dirty Girl'?
Dr. Frasier Crane: I *can't* tell you that.
Roz Doyle: Oh, come on, Frasier! I swear, I won't tell a soul!
[the phone rings. Roz answers it]
Roz Doyle: Yes?
[turns away from Frasier]
Roz Doyle: Not yet, I'll call you back.
[She puts the phone down and gets a glare from Frasier. Bulldog enters]
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Doc? I got one thing to say to you.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Go ahead, take your best shot.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [in genuine admiration] I am so proud of you, man!
[He hugs a very unmoved Frasier]
Dr. Frasier Crane: [sarcastic] Well, doesn't that just put the cherry on the parfait.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Now come on, you gotta tell me - who's the mystery chick?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Bulldog, haven't you already seen?
[points to newspapers]
Dr. Frasier Crane: I've told half a dozen reporters that I'm not going to name names.
Roz Doyle: [picks up a newspaper and shows it to Bulldog] Don't you see this right here?
Roz Doyle: 'I Won't Fink, Says Kinky Shrink.'
[Roz and Bulldog laugh; Frasier looks fed up. Roz leaves for her booth. A very uncomfortable-looking Kate creeps in through the side door]
Kate Costas: Good afternoon, Dr Crane.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Ms. Costas.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [to Kate] Hey, hey, you're the boss - make him tell who his playmate was.
Kate Costas: [pained] Bulldog, this is really none of your business.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: Oh, but we got a pool going. So far, hot money's on Roz.
[Roz, who has just returned, is outraged]
Roz Doyle: What? Oh, well, thank you, but I think I have a little more self-respect than to have a quickie with a co-worker on the air! What kind of slut do they think I am?
[Kate looks extremely uncomfortable]
Kate Costas: Dr Crane, could I have a word with you in private?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Er, I'd love that, but I, I've got my show in two minutes.
Kate Costas: Actually you don't. I'm suspending you for a week. Bulldog, you're going on. Roz - you'll have to produce.
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: All right!
[He slaps Roz's butt enthusiastically; Roz hits him in the stomach with her clipboard]
Dr. Frasier Crane: [to Kate] I must say, I find that a, a bit harsh, all things considered.
Kate Costas: Yes, I can see how you might feel that way. But the station does have certain standards and it is my job to enforce them. Now if you will excuse me, I have to meet with one of last night's sponsors - The Wholesome Family Cookie Company.
[She leaves]

"Frasier: The Unnatural (#4.16)" (1997)
Bulldog: Hey, look, I know how tough it is when you're a kid and you find out you're dad's not as great as you thought. Look, I was about Frederick's age when, well, I came home, my mom was out and I caught my dad with another woman.
Frasier: Oh, Bulldog, I'm sorry.
Bulldog: No, no, wait, you haven't heard the bad part yet! She was ugly, doc. I mean coyote ugly. My own dad. And the best excuse he could come up with was, "Hey, you don't look at the mantle when you're poking the fire!"
Bulldog: Hey, I just got that!
Bulldog: [laughs]

"Frasier: Selling Out (#1.9)" (1993)
Bob 'Bulldog' Briscoe: [using a fake Chinese accent] Aww, so you come chop-chop to Hoo-nan Parace, where Pekin' duck is awrays extla clispy!

"Frasier: Slow Tango in South Seattle (#2.1)" (1994)
[Bulldog and Gil are reading passages from a romance novel]
Bulldog: [laughing] "I wept as our bodies made the music of love."
Gil Chesterson: [laughing] "I'm your rhapsody, play me!"
Bulldog: [laughing] "Crescendo, my young maestro, crescendo!"
Gil Chesterson: My vessel yearns to dock in the magnificence of your harbor.
Bulldog: [laughs, then stops] Hey, that's not in the book!