Meet Charlie, the Perfect Skye Terrier That Just Won Best in Show at the 2015 …

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Good Time Charlie, a Skye Terrier, wins National Dog Show.

OK, it’s not the Puppy Bowl – endless hours of big paw adorableness – but the National Dog Show, now in its 14th year, is firmly entrenched as the cutest counter programming to the traditional Thanksgiving football game. The event, which took place on Nov. 15 and included seven new breeds this year, was broadcast on Thursday as a part of the annual Thanksgiving day tradition. He makes us all smile as we look at those big ears, his beautiful coat, his long and low shape, and his happy personality.” “The moment he entered the ring, I turned to David and said, ‘Wow…!’ ‘Heads and tails’ above the competition,” added Frei’s co-host John O’Hurley. Charlie was a worthwhile winner and is already an accomplished champion, having won 79 Best in Show titles already, per Taylor Weatherby of HollywoodLife.com. “I’m kind of biased, but I think he’s an exceptional show dog,” Charlie’s handler, Larry Cornelius, said on Thursday. Although a veteran in the show ring, Charlie was the underdog to the other six finalists which included a Newfoundland, a Scottish Deerhound, a Bearded Collie, a Cocker Spaniel, a French Bulldog and a Smooth Chihuahua.

Jordan from “Fruitvale Station” and “Friday Night Lights”) is a raw, young fighter who enlists his father’s onetime nemesis Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) as coach and mentor. “The Good Dinosaur” (PG): It’s a Pixar movie coming out during a holiday school break, and families already are turning out in big numbers. It’s expected to finish the weekend as the weekend’s most popular movie not to feature archery. “Victor Frankenstein” (PG-13): You want to see Harry Potter play Igor in a Frankenstein movie? The Skye terrier in general is a double-coated hunting dog that a couple of years ago was reported to be an endangered breed in the U.K. after only 42 were registered in Britain in 2013, according to The Kennel Club. “At one stage every close would have a Skye terrier belonging to somebody,” Gail Marshall, secretary of the Scottish branch of the Skye Terriers Club, told BBC News at the time. Well, perhaps Charlie, who would do any hair metal band proud with his parted-down-the-middle shag, will help lead a revival in interest in the plucky breed! The Working Group has a lot of variety, but most of these dogs are known for their utility, from being police and firefighter dogs to serving as guide dogs or helping guard livestock on farms.

Early ticket sales for this critically reviled turkey are almost nonexistent. “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2”: Despite being branded a disappointment because it made “only” $100 million at the box office in its first few days, the final chapter in Katniss Everdeen’s adventure is expected to be the No. 1 movie over Thanksgiving weekend. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: The 89th annual procession through Manhattan will feature performances by cast members of Broadway shows such as “Jersey Boys,” along with Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo and lots of great, big balloons. 9 a.m. on CBS and NBC, repeating on NBC at 2 p.m. Terriers were traditionally used to hunt vermin and other small creatures, and the determination they would show in doing so reflects in their personalities even to this day.

Fashion Island Tree Lighting Celebration: Like the dog show, this also was taped earlier this month, but if you didn’t make it down to the mall for the festivities, you can enjoy them from your couch. The Eagles and Lions serve as the appetizer (9:30 a.m. on Fox), Carolina-Dallas is the main course (1:30 p.m. on CBS), with Bears-Packers on the dessert tray if you saved room (5:30 p.m. on NBC). Boise State (broadcast from Titan Gym in Fullerton at 1 p.m. on ESPNU). “The Twilight Zone”: It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without KTLA serving up 18 classic episodes of Rod Serling’s ground-breaking sci-fi series from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. William Shatner’s scenery-devouring performance as an airline passenger who goes completely bonkers in “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” caps things off at 5:30 p.m. “Star Trek: The Next Generation”: BBC America airs all 18 episodes of the show’s first season from 3 a.m. to 9 p.m., after which the first six episodes will repeat. “Mummy” trilogy: Male-skewing Spike takes a break from its regular diet of “Cops” and “Bar Rescue” to show “The Mummy,” “The Mummy Returns” and “The Scorpion King” in order from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., with an encore of the trio to follow.

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