K-9: P.I.

Synopsis: Having spent many years in the police force, Detective Dooley, finally retiring. Although his colleagues organized an unforgettable farewell party, he was not particularly happy free time that awaits him. On the way home he and his partner Jerry dog will note robbery in the laboratory for assembling chips. In conflict with the burglars Jerry will swallow one of the stolen chips ...
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Richard J. Lewis
Production: Universal Studios Home Video
  4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
0%
PG-13
Year:
2002
95 min
26 Views

1

Authentic souvenirs.

Come and buy your souvenirs!

( harmonica)

How you doing, buddy?

Oh, yeah.

Oh, you're so pretty.

- See anything, Jerry?

- (Jerry barks)

Some stakeout. Looks dead to me.

Thank you, sir. God bless you. Get that!

God bless you, sir. Thank you.

Waiting on Jesus!

Well, our shift is through.

Time to pack it in, my friend.

(Jerry whimpers)

Come on, it's not gonna be that bad. It's

starting a new chapter in our life, that's all.

Think about the free time we'll have

to do all the things we wanna do, huh?

So keep an eye on that tambourine.

We're gonna need the cash.

Well, how about that.

Well, I guess we get

to go out in a blaze of glory, huh?

Let's go!

- (horn blares)

- Get out of the way!

Down, Jerry. We're coming in

the back. Go through the front.

We got you, Dooley. We're in the front.

Where's my backup?

Where's my backup? I'm coming in.

I'm a cop, I'm a cop, I'm a cop.

Freeze, assholes!

(all) Surprise!

Dooley!

- "Gimme backup! Gimme backup!"

- Think we'd let you go without a party?

- Oh, I can't...

- Congratulations, old man!

- Oh...

- It's all downhill from here!

- Oh, you guys.

- Officer needs a beer.

- Yeah. Give him four beers!

- (Dooley) The officer needs a lot of beer.

Happy retirement party, baby!

Come here, gimme a kiss! That's right!

Well, this is really... a surprise!

( harmonica)

Thank you. That's very nice.

I will put this in my collection.

- What's this?

- Don't know. Beautiful box.

This is from... the auto pool.

Well. Hey, look at that.

Hey, how about this?

We put batteries in, so you won't

go a day without a squad car.

Oh, that is really cool. Do you wanna

try it? Look, he's already happy.

- Fire that thing up.

- Yeah, let's see.

- Hey, Jerry Lee. Look at this. You ready?

- (siren)

- (Dooley makes engine noise)

- Look at that! It's a police car.

Come on, Jerry Lee. Come on,

you can get it. Look out, Jerry Lee!

- There it is!

- Oh!

Look out! Under your feet,

your feet, your feet!

Oh, oh, you got it! You got it!

Oh, don't break it, Jerry!

- Come on!

All our toys!

Oh, man, you broke it.

Come here, boy.

What a good boy. Good boy.

How about that?

Now, this is the last one.

It's from the girls in the dispatch.

- Dispatch! Yeah!

- Well, thank you.

- It's for Jerry Lee's collar.

- That's beautiful.

- Very nice. Very nice.

- (Dooley) That's really nice. Look at that.

- It's a picture of you and a picture of me.

- (Jerry barks)

You know I love those guys. I do.

But I am so glad this job is over.

I am done being a cop.

I am done with the shoot-outs,

I am done with the fist fights.

Let me tell you, Jerry Lee, the next time

I get punched, bit, kicked or yelled at,

it's gonna be because...

because I have a girlfriend!

Here. Happy retirement, partner.

Attaboy. Attaboy, Jerry Lee.

(Jerry Lee burps)

My sentiments exactly.

- (burps)

- Oh, that's bad breath.

Come on, Dooley. Whoa!

- Come on. Closing time.

- I love you, Petey. I really do.

I mean, you're the best friend a man

could have, except for a dog.

I love you too,

but we gotta go home. Come on.

I know you're probably right, but just

one more. Jerry Lee wants one more.

One more, just the detectives. Come on.

You got a big day tomorrow.

It's your first day off.

I know. I'm gonna pick up my retirement

cheque, my pension cheque,

then, what I'm gonna do,

I'm gonna have my car detailed,

and then Jerry Lee and I... Jerry Lee and I

are gonna hit the road, Jack!

- A vacation? That's nice.

- Why not?

I mean, I already got it mapped out. Yeah.

We're gonna go

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