Hey dog lovers! Want to relive the magical moments of the Westminster Dog show? Of course you do. That's why we're ecstatic that Christopher Guest's cult classic "Best in Show" is finally available on Blu-ray DVD this week! While the movie was originally released in theaters in 2000, our editors can assure you that the canine-crazed owners and show dogs are every bit as entertaining in 2013. Parker Posey even showed up backstage at this year's show! Hot diggity dog! Check out the top five reasons you need to stop what you're doing and buy "Best in Show" on Blu-ray now.
5. "Some pets deserve a little more respect than others."
Although a bit intense at times, we can totally identify with the cast's fanatical show dog owners and the overwhelming love they have for their dogs. After all, every pet owner thinks that his or her fur-baby is the best.
4. "Where's Busy Bee?"
Our absolute favorite characters of the film are the stuffy Swans (played by Parker Posey and Michael Hitchcock), who spend the whole show stressing over their Weimaraner. The crazed couple doesn't even realize they've misplaced — GASP! — "Busy Bee," their pup's favorite toy! Chaos, frenzy and hilarity ensues. Relive the moment here.
3: "God Loves a Terrier"
Nothing could stop Gerry (Eugene Levy) and Cookie (Catherine O'Hara) from showing off their Norwich Terrier, Winky — even if it it means they can only afford renting out the hotel's storage room. You can't put a price tag on a prize-winning pup, especially a Terrier. Don't you know God loves a Terrier?!
2. "Peanut. Hazelnut. Cashew Nut. Macadamia Nut."
There are only a few things Harlan Pepper (Christopher Guest) loves in his life — his Bloodhound Hubert, ventriloquism and naming nuts. Macadamia nuts. Pine nuts. Cashew nuts. Even Hubert can name a few.
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1. "Don't Look at the Fat Losers or Freaks, Look at Me!"
The best way to prepare yourself and your pup for the next Westminster season? Exercise, training and many hours spent watching "Best in Show," of course.