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Fred Willard Teaches His Dog Manners

Written by PETA | March 3, 2008

Fans of FOX’s Back to You breathed a collective sigh of relief when the writers ended the show’s long drought with two brand-new episodes last week. You’re going to have to bear with me for a painful segue here, but legendary funnyman Fred Willard—who stars alongside Kelsey Grammer in Back to You—was good enough to co-host PETA’s 25th Anniversary Gala a couple of years ago, which I was fortunate enough to attend (they needed some people to help clean up afterwards). So, for any Fred Willard fans out there who are anxiously awaiting the next new episode of Back to You in April, here’s an exclusive video from that event to tide you over:

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  • lynda downie says:

    Fred Willard is such a big ole gentledhearted guy. That was sweet.

  • Kristi says:

    My last post was refering to the sick marine not Fred Willard.

  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Great humour Fred. You can sense the beautiful bond between you and your dog.

  • Kristi says:

    I normally don’t agree with a lot of what PETA says but I hope they go after the sick excuse of a human being. As the saying goes if someone abuses an animal they are more likely to abuse a human being.

  • keith says:

    Judith Freedom Fighter for Animals. Many thanks for alerting me to the Petitionsite.I shall sign with all haste. Always enjoy to read your factual and common sense comments.Keep the faith. Keith.

  • Judith, Freedom Fighter for Animals says:

    Keith Yes I saw what those bastards did. Please go to this site and sign the petition. Judith httpwww.thepetitionsite.com1fightpuppykillingsoldiers

  • keith says:

    Another issue sadly anybody seen the marine on You Tube throwing the black and white puppy dog to its I presume death absolutely mind blowing atrocity.

  • Phyllis says:

    What a cutie!! Fred’s not bad either…

  • Rex's Mom says:

    That was so cute! I love Fred Willard and whatever his dog’s name was which he never mentioned. My own dog would probably pay as close attention to me and my jokes as Fred’s dog did with his!