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Behold... the dog. We know him as man's best friend, but... what do we really know? In truth, all dogs belong to a secret organization dedicated to keeping mankind safe from REALLY BAD STUFF. These are their amazing true stories. These are the Secret Files of the Spydogs!
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Cute show but I'm not surprised at the short span it lasted
I remember when FOX first started the show, I thought it would be a flop....then it started to grow on me. How could it not become popular? Well, the fast food toys came out (I still have the glow-in-the-dark pawprint on my wall, and some stickers somewhere) but I don't know if it was because of popularity, or an attempt to save the show. I mean, it was great then, but now...I look back and go: Just how long did they really think the storyline of cats vs dogs would maintain itself? The evil cat was kinda cool, and there were some good liners in the show. And I liked the disguises, too - two dogs in an Elvis robot - very entertaining. But really, while it was a cute show, I'm not surprised it faded quickly.
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