Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog - Chapter 21: Showtime; Chapter 22: And the Winner Is... and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21: Showtime; Chapter 22: And the Winner Is... and Epilogue Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 21, Dave writes that the people at the Oprah show treat them royally, giving them their own designated green room with a bed made up for George. Dave and Christie are told that the staff are happier and more honored to meet George than some of the famous people who make their way through Oprah's studios. Dave figures that this is because George is low maintenance and happy with just having his ears scratched.

Dave writes that the morning of the taping, he was more nervous than he'd been in twenty or so years. He describes Oprah as being a legend as she is the only African American woman to own her own studio complex. He notes that he is glad their episode of...

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