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When you're head-over-heels in love with your partner, it can be hard to even imagine the possibility of breaking up — but the unfortunate truth. If you're interested, I've got some ideas for a possible ending. Prime Affinity I have to admit though I did enjoy ADGTH 2 for the fact that Charlie gets a love interest and you've done a great job of building on that relationship. I know it's been a. This is a list of episodes from All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series. Contents. 1 Series overview However, David shows off his new gadget in school, and ends up receiving detention. Charlie, who never had a . Bess is being threatened by Manfred and wants out of the relationship to be with Itchy. Itchy tries everything to .
And we never do find out what happened to her parents. She's first seen clothed in scraps and rags, kept prisoner in The Villain 's riverboat-turned-casino. She gets much better clothes once the Wallet couple adopts her.
Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: A very cute-looking girl with pale skin, huge blue eyes and dark hair. Charlie takes her out and buys her a bunch of new clothes, theoretically so she can get parents.
The entire reason Carface kidnapped her was so she could use this ability to help him win big at the races. Dons a fake mustache and stands on top of Itchy and Charlie so they can place a bet on a horse race. And There Was Much Rejoicing: Constantly abuses his minions, and it's Killer who takes the brunt of his abuse. It's also mentioned in the first film that he treats his customers at the casino very poorly, especially without Charlie to get in his way.
Of the first movie. While he doesn't return to this status, both sequels keep him in a rather important role He's a pretty vicious gangster to start of with, though as the afterlife mythos continue into the franchise, he finds himself playing second fiddle to literal demons and spirits, who are both far stronger than he can ever hope to be and are motivated by evil for its own sake rather than simple greed.
He betrays and sells out Charlie multiple times across the entire series. Is almost never seen without a stogie in his mouth. Deal with the Devil: Makes one with Red in the sequel for a collar allowing him to remain physical on Earth. He didn't know he was selling his literal soul at the time Heavily implied to happen again in the TV series when Belladonna introduces herself as Carface's new boss.
Kind of makes one with Belladonna in the third movie. In exchange for getting all the Christmas gifts in the city, he was supposed to help her ruin Christmas. In the sequel he's Red's lackey, and in the series he's demoted to Belladonna's. He was the top dog in New Orleans' canine criminal underworld in the first film. Dragged Off to Hell: Suffers this fate in the second film when Red cashes in his Deal with the Devil and claims his soul. They never explain how he got back King Gator eats him at the end of the first movie.
The Christmas Special reveals he actually really loved and missed his mother. Even Evil Has Standards: He's a horrible person, but the idea of his actions directly resulting in the death of a young crippled puppy in Christmas Carol horrifies him. In the sequel, his only major plan in regards to Gabriel's horn is using it to "open any safe or bank vault in the world. While the Big Bad of the first film, whenever a new Big Bad shows up afterwards, he and Killer normally become their minion.
In the second movie, it was to Red and in the series, it's normally for Belladonna. Though in the third film, he gets promoted to The Dragon. He has the voice of a chronic smoker. Exit, Pursued by a Big-Lipped Alligator: She's also very brave in dangerous situations, proven near the end of the second film where she aids everyone in the battle against Red and when she stops a junkyard car crusher from crushing the one Charlie is stuck in in the episode " Miss Guidance.
Biography All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 Sasha first appears when the announcer calls her up for the next talent revealing her full name "Sasha la Fleur" the crowd claps, howls, and whistles as her silhouette is shown through a wall. She ends up stepping out of the area and is revealed singing a song about how she's not willing to take a man for whatever they have to offer " Count Me Out ".
She appears to Charlie instantly, and he becomes attracted to her basically falling in love and stalks her around the bar while she's singing, but she doesn't notice him because he's a ghost. She walks around the room, causing some male dogs to collapse by flirting with them or teasing them with her tail. A few scenes past it's shown back at the bar the announcer tells Sasha she sings pretty good for a stray to much of Sasha's care. She asks if she can have her prize after winning the talent show.
He ends up giving her a bone with a first place ribbon which disappoints her claiming they had a meal for the winner.
The announcer sweet talks Sasha into having dinner with him that night, a disgusted Sasha rejects him and takes the bone anyways, leaving quite upset. She sees a puppy whimpering for something to eat. Because of Sasha's kindness, she scoots him the bone to let him have and then catches a buffet near her eyes and she turns to make sure nobody was paying attention and she starts picking up different food.
As she is stuffing food on a small napkin, Charlie appears, scaring her, and he compliments her singing voice, Sasha is not interested in what Charlie has to say or in himself in general, so she ignores him, but ends up dropping her food due to Charlie "supposedly" helping her which she didn't want.
As they get caught Charlie tells Sasha he'll handle it and while he talks she runs off, leaving Charlie and Itchy to go follow her. When Charlie and Itchy step place in a small ditch. Sasha appears and ends up growling at the two and notices Charlie she gets angry. Charlie gives her the food she forgot and she thanks him kindly but is insecurely kind of embarrassed.
Charlie ask if she'd like some company with that food, she tells him sorry because she has a "kid. David is able to talk to Charlie and Itchy but not Sasha until Charlie uses his miracle by sneak kissing her to get her able to talk to David too. She disgusts and snaps out, and then David overhears it, so she feels embarrassed and left confused.
She learns Charlie is an angel by forcing him to tell her the truth on who he is. With David thinking Charlie is his guardian angel to the dismay of Sasha, she questions why he ran away from home after finding out he wasn't lost.
Charlie is up for the idea of David becoming a street performer, but to Sasha's dismay, she disagrees and thinks he should go home instead. But David refuses to go on her side.
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So they end up leaving Sasha outnumbered and Charlie asks if she was coming. Sasha, without saying anything, scowls at him and said she will keep a eye on him. As they're walking down a block Charlie tries talking to her again asking if she was involved with anyone and she tells him no quickly and that she's not taking any applications.
Charlie still pressures her by asking the qualities she wants in a certain male dog, she gives him a run down of different things.
The two venture to Carface Caruthers 's formally also Charlie's spot to talk to Carface. Itchy stay outside and overhears Carface's thugs and Killer speaking of Carface's motives to murder Charlie in attempt to rid him for good and any potential competition. Itchy misses out warning Charlie after Carface and his associates threw a party for him during Mardi Gras wishing him good luck in future endeavors.
Charlie is taken to a dock where Killer puts a blindfold on him claiming they have an ultimate surprise for him. Itchy shouts for Charlie from a distance, but is not heard. Itchy witnesses Carface and Killer murdering him by hitting him with a vehicle pushed off the dock. He returns home upset and has nightmares of Carface tormenting him. He wakes to find Charlie somehow survived the ordeal. With Charlie alive and well and reunited back with him, he tells him of the dangers he faces trying to exact revenge upon Carface saying he has thug with knifes, and a "monster" in his basement.
Charlie becomes curious and pushes him to go with him to check out Carface's secret.
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They find out that this "monster" is a little orphan girl named Anne-Marie, who can speak to animals. Charlie uses his "gift of gab" to sway the girl into living with him which wasn't hard for him to win her over due to Carface's constantly mistreating of her. Itchy sways on the idea of taking her saying it's a bad idea out of fear of Carface finding out, but reluctantly follows Charlie and helps him rescue Anne-Marie from the confinement of Carface's basement. Charlie, Anne Marie and Itchy celebrating winning their first bet on the horses' race With Charlie's lead, they use her talent to win animal races for the financial advantage.
Anne-Marie spots a couple, Harold and Kate seeing them as potentially perfect parents which Charlie and Itchy see as a perfect financial source to begin their bets.
Itchy schemes as an injured dog to get their attention while Charlie steals their wallet. During the scheme, Anne-Marie is becoming acquainted with them. While Anne-Marie begins talking to Kate, she is taken by Charlie to the race to view the outcome to her dismay.
They experience their first win when Anne-Marie predicted from a horse that the horse with a birthday would win. The prediction comes true and they celebrate their win. After some time, Anne-Marie's watches Charlie and Itchy celebrate the success without her and falls discontent. They begin to buy her the dresses and various accessories she needs for adoption.
Through all their winning bets, they manage to construct a business. After they have successfully established their business, Itchy asks Charlie, "What is it with you and this kid? I mean, we have business to run," to which Charlie claims they have to keep her happy. While Charlie and Anne-Marie were away giving back to the poor around New Orleans, Charlie's business was attacked and ambushed by Carface and his associates with him inside.
Itchy was fortunate enough to escape, but their business was ruined. Struggling from being "roughed" up by Carface and his henchmen, Itchy makes his way to Flo 's residence at the church to find Charlie. He approaches Charlie as he is caring for Anne-Marie who has fallen sick when underneath New Orleans undercurrents.
- Sasha la Fleur
He reproaches Charlie for nearly being killed by Carface and his gang, questions his loyalty to him, and clearly shows jealousy towards his relationship with Anne-Marie. Anne-Marie overhears Charlie's arguing and venting to Itchy about the burden she has caused them. Filled with heavy guilt of what he said, Charlie runs after her. As she is distant, she screams as she is being kidnapped once more by Carface and his thugs. After Charlie continues to run after here, Itchy follows not too far behind and is approached by Flo where Anne-Marie has dropped her favorite toy.
Flo directs Itchy to take it to a certain address at which she had friends, the Wallet Family. Itchy continues as Flo asks, but he asks local canines for directions to the residence.
He relays the emergency to the local dogs and they summon a "tarnation" in order to rescue Anne-Marie.