The obvious solution is of course, to start portraying wife beaters and and drunk drivers as lovable goofballs that have a better moral standing than the people that have the means to keep wife beaters and drunk drivers etc out of the general population.Last week, Tom Scharpling, an executive producer of “Monk,” criticized his own show on Twitter: “If you — as I have — worked on a TV show or movie in which police are portrayed as lovable goofballs, you have contributed to the larger acceptance that cops are implicitly the good guys.”
FixedPaw Patrol is brainwashing your kids into being filthy diaper furs
That's probably more accurate than the posted editorial.Fixed
apter 1: Wet Morning
Lately Chase has been having accidents, anything from urinating in the lookout, to wetting the bed in his pup house to even pooping in his truck while on a mission. Chase knew Ryder was upset, but he didn't know what he could do to control it, he couldn't tell when he needed to go and he was honestly a little scared of that and he knew that Ryder was getting tired of cleaning up after his little accidents, his greatest advantage is that the other pups don't know about it
Chase's POV early morning
Chase got up early morning like usual...he stretched out his front paws and he noticed he felt something wet underneath him he quickly looked and saw that he had wet the bed again for the third time this Week, he noticed the pup house smelled of his urine and it would be impossible to hide from Ryder that he went as his fur and blanket were soaked so he set off to find Ryder and shut the pup house door behind him
as Chase was walking to the lookout he noticed Marshall coming towards him, he quickly thought and sat using his front paws to cover his wet spot...
"Hi Chase!...um...what's that smell... eww it smells bad" Marshall said covering his nose
"Oh uh... Ryder is giving me a bath today.. I haven't had one in a while..." Chase replied
"Well ok then... enjoy your bath Chase" Marshall said as he walked off satisfied with Chase's answers
"Good thing he doesn't like to ask questions..." Chase said as he went to look for Ryder...
Chase walked around the corner and into the lookout, he found Ryder at the top of the lookout and Ryder could immediately smell the urine...
"It happened again Chase?" Ryder asked
"Yeah... but I don't know what to do! I cant tell when I have to pee! Or well poop either"
"Chase don't tell me you..."
"No I didn't! I was just saying" Chase said as he blushed...
"Chase... what am I going to do with you? This is getting old already" Ryder said
"Sorry Ryder... but I'm trying... I just don't know what I can do" Chase said
"Well... go down to Katie's for your bath I'll tell her why you're coming.. I don't have time today I have a meeting with the Mayor I'll put your blanket in the wash... Ryder told Chase
"AWW don't tell Katie!" Chase begged
"Chase... she wont tell anyone, I promise" Ryder assured his pup
"Ok... I'll go" Chase said as he walked to Katie's
Chase went to his truck and got in... he sat and thought about his accidents... he never knew when it would happen... it made him mad... that he could do nothing about it, he started his truck and made the drive... once he was there Katie greeted him at the door
"Are you ok Chase? I heard you've been having accidents." Katie asked with concern
"Yeah... it's embarrassing! I feel like a puppy! Chase whinned
"It's ok Chase... you'll probably get over whatever this is" Katie tried to comfort him
"Thanks Katie... I hope I do get over this..." Chase said looking down at his wet fur
"Come on... I have a bath for you" Katie said as she brought him into the other room... Chase took off his Collar and hopped in the bath... this is only the second time Katie has ever bathed him...and she didn't quite know about Chase's little habit during a bath... she began scrubbing the pup...she got closer and closer to his groin area and realized he was fully erect which was something Ryder neglected to tell her about Chase's Bath times... she took no mind to it because Rubble did the same although the pups don't notice... Chase began wagging his tail like crazy as she washed his privates and that's when Katie heard the loud bubbling along with the thumps against the bottom of the metal bath...
"REALLY CHASE?! YOU POOPED IN THE TUB!" Katie yelled at him
"ARRRGGGGHHHH!" Chase yelled and half whined
"Get out of the tub before you get it all in your fur" Katie said as Chase quickly jumped out of the tub... luckily it quickly washed off...Katie went to dump out the tub and get him another bath, it took her a few minutes to clean out the tub... but on her way back...
"Katie!" Chase yelled... crying loudly
Katie rushed in to see that Chase hadn't finished... and there was a puddle of urine and a large pile of Shepherd poop on the floor... Chase was just standing there Crying...
"Aww Chase, don't cry..." She said as she went to his side...
"Katie...p-p-please... m-make it s-s-stop" he stuttered
"I wish I could pup... I'm so sorry" Katie hugged him
"Let's get this cleaned up... and we'll get you a long bubble bath ok?" Katie said as she went to get the cleaning supplies...
"O-okay... thanks Katie" Chase said... as he followed her
after Katie got Chase in his bath she called Ryder
"Hello, Ryder here" he said
"Ryder... it happened" Katie said
"Oh no... what did he do? Pee on the floor again?" Ryder asked
"Well... first I was washing him... and he pooped in the tub... no big deal... I thought that was it but when I was coming back from washing out the tub he yelled for me and I ran, and saw a puddle and a pile of poop on the floor... I feel Bad for Chase" Katie said
" I do too Katie... But what can we do?" Ryder said
"I think we need to put him in dog diapers Ryder..." Katie said... there was a moment of silence
"You think so Katie?...like Zuma's or?" Ryder was thinking
"No Chase doesn't need a swim diaper... he needs a normal one... if he cant control his bathroom needs... we need to do it... I hate to but..." Katie glared at Ryder on the phone screen
"I know... we're not going to be able to hide this from the pups... I think we should wait until next Friday until we decide... unless something else bad happens... who knows he might get better" Ryder said
"It's your call Ryder... he's your pup... I have faith that you know what's best" Katie said
"Yeah... thanks Katie..." he said
"Well I better get back... Chase might get worried..." katie said her goodbyes and hung up the phone
(An hour later)
Chase came home... pulled into his parking spot for his truck and turned it back into his pup house... he quietly laid down...Ryder quickly came down from the lookout to talk to him
"Hey Chase how ya doing buddy?" Ryder said
Chase remained quiet
"Chase... it's ok... don't feel bad... I still care about you pup"
Chase remained silent... he turned away... and Ryder could hear him crying...
At that time Ryder petted Chase... got up... and went back to the lookout... the pup wasn't feeling great and Ryder figured he'd had a long day... so he left Chase to sleep.
And besides, with all the gun removal and censorship going on, who's to say the "We're just joking" excuse is actually a lie?I get the cops are shit with corruption and all but in all seriousness, this is just a cartoon about a boy and a bunch of dogs trying to save the day, if one really feels a cop dog on the show is some how problematic, they should probably reasses as to what fictional "good guy" cops are actual worth being a target rather than saying "euthanize the cop dog."
Even with claims of it all being a joke, some people end up taking the joke too seriously and it would just come off as a weak excuse. Not to mention with all the shit going on with IRL cops, their joke would sound piss-poor in taste.
Dats rite. Put down dez deadly dogos. Dey be racist and sheit. All cop dogs are bastards. End german shepherd supremacy. #PitLivesMatter“Euthanize the police dog,” they said. “Defund the paw patrol.” “All dogs go to heaven, except the class traitors in the Paw Patrol.”
Now they're joking?!Everyone on twitter is so BTFO they're trying to retroactively claim it's a joke despite all the other times they've gotten mad over the vaguest mention of the police force.
How much of a simpering, cucked phony do you have to be to throw something as milquetoast as Monk under the bus?Last week, Tom Scharpling, an executive producer of “Monk,” criticized his own show on Twitter: “If you — as I have — worked on a TV show or movie in which police are portrayed as lovable goofballs, you have contributed to the larger acceptance that cops are implicitly the good guys.”
Broke: "We need to send in the National Guard to restore order"
Woke: "Paw Patrol is brainwashing your kids into being bootlickers"
The obvious solution is of course, to start portraying wife beaters and and drunk drivers as lovable goofballs that have a better moral standing than the people that have the means to keep wife beaters and drunk drivers etc out of the general population.
Twitter already blew the fuck up with fifteen post long twitter essays about why Zootopia was only created by white people to playfully feel better about being guilty of racism.I wonder if they come for Judy Hopps next. Or is she an exception, because furries love her too much?