We know that the writers strike has caused there to be all kinds of filler on television in the past couple of months, but this might be the all-time killer diller example of what happens when the ideas go away. National Geographic Channel is running a show called Dogtown, which will chronicle the rehabilitation of the violent puppies that were involved in the Michael Vick dogfighting scandal.
Not only will the show focus on the dogs' rehabilitation, but their 'resocialization' as well. Which is good, because we were a little worried about them becoming institutionalized over the course of their torturous incarceration. Of course, dogs are a little prone to Stockholm Syndrome, as well, so there's that to overcome. This is going to be delightful.
Yahoo! News: Series to chronicle retraining days for Vick's dogs