Sep 01, 2012 08:00 PMTV Network - National Geographic Wild
You have to respect Cesar Milan's work ethic -- here we are, the Saturday of Labor Day weekend, and yet Cesar Milan is still at work trying to make dogs behave. Don't give us some sort of ridiculous 'Oh, they film this stuff so far in advance, Cesar isn't really working this weekend.' You don't know that he wasn't working. Are you friends with him? Do you know him personally? Do you know he isn't working? The only evidence we can all agree on is that there's a new episode of his television series tonight, and to us that's enough to say that he's working. Plus, who cares, this is a new episode of a show that can be really fun. You should watch and enjoy yourself and not worry about such things -- it's a holiday weekend.
Jul 07, 2012TV Network - National Geographic Wild
We have a sneaking suspicion that Cesar Millan is spending some time over the next few episodes in London. We have made this assumption based on upcoming episode titles (the first two of which are tonight) -- 'Horrible Hounds of the UK,' 'London Calling!,' 'Cesar Conquers London,' and 'Battle of Britain.' So, to all of you British people who insisted that we were nothing but neanderthals raising neanderthal dogs, all we have to say is 'That may be true, but you guys are apparently not great either.'
Jan 07, 2012TV Network - National Geographic Wild
We have often considered getting a dog... often. The issue we have with getting a dog is the sheer terror of the little guy (or gal) peeing all over everything all the time and our not being able to train them properly. We would absolutely need Cesar Millan to come, spend some time with us, and teach our dog where and how to use the facilities (if Millan could teach him to flush too we'd love that). Millan is back tonight and helping the worst dogs become the best of companions and if we could guarantee him spending two weeks with us in person (for a special sweeps episode, maybe) we'd totally get a dog.
Feb 04, 2011TV Network - National Geographic
Cesar Millan has a singular talent - he is able to communicate with dogs in a way that very few of us can. We're not quite sure how Millan figured out that he had that talent, but thank goodness he did, because he's been able to help a whole lot of dogs and their owners by utilizing it. In fact, as you may have surmised, he's become so famous for his good work with dogs that he's been given a TV show. Season seven of said show ends tonight, so expect him to have one of his toughest cases to date.