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Dumb And Dumber - Who's Got the Foot Long?
In the beginning, when Harry is transporting the dogs to the dog show and feeding the dogs, He says, "Foot long! Who's got the foot long?". Then, he starts to say "very funny" before he even looks at which dog is showing up. He stops at "very...." then looks, then says the line, "very funny".
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Contributed By: Anonymous on 11-28-2000 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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face writes:
If you put the CLOSED CAPTION on you see that Harry is about to say, "There you go..." but he realizes that it's the little dog and THEN says, "Oh, very funny, Rascal."
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Homer writes:
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chaseg03 writes:
I watched it last night, and he clearly looks at the dog before saying anything. I rewound it to assure myself.
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The All Knowing writes:
It doesn't matter what he said because the fact of the matter is that he LOOKED at the DOG BEFORE he said ANYTHING!!!!!
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KerBear writes:
Actually, I watched it on closed captioning and Harry says "Here you..." but doesn't get to finish saying here you go...then he looks at the dog, then says "Very funny." I am watching it right now.
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TeenThirteen writes:
actually to me it sounded like he was about to say here when he saw the dog and said very funny.
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Marvin writes:
Actually, he looks at the dog once before he says anything, he's about to say "here you go..." when he stops and says very funny.
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Thlippy writes:
He TOTALLY looks at the dog before he says ANYTHING to it. Get the tape out people and look more closely. Even if he did say "very" two times, the first time he said it, he had already looked at the dog. What's wrong with saying something two times? When people talk, sometimes they say, " I...I can't do it" or whatever.
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Namekian writes:
You're absolutely right. Harry clearly says 'very' two times. The first time he says 'very' he's not even looking at the dog.
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