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A comedy about misfits in which a veterinarian becomes involved with a client, whose wife has begun acting like a dog. Lisa Kudrow plays the vet while Lee Tergensen is the frazzled husband, whose marriage is going to the dogs. Hank Azaria and Vincent D'Onofrio also star as does screenwriter/comedienne Heather Morgan as the canine wife. Written by
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I saw this movie on Showtime tonight for the first time. I wanted to see it because I am a huge fan of "OZ" and Lee. I really came to enjoy this film and I think over time and seeing it again, I may come to love it. This movie makes a powerful statement about a person's right to be happy even if they are mentally handicapped. I also loved the message that being odd or strange shouldn't limit the friends and family you should have. Our society is so quick to medicate people when they feel they can no longer "deal" with their problems. When Lucy's husband refused to keep her medicated because she turned into a zombie, I understood his decision. This movie mixed comedy with drama a created one unique film that may not be for everybody.
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