Turner & Hooch's Lyndsy Fonseca explains how dog slobber is an art

From starring in The Young and the Restless to How I Met Your Mother and Marvel’s Agent Carter, Lindsey Fonseca has had an eclectic career. She now stars in the new Disney Plus series Tuner & Hooch.

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Lindsey Fonseca transcends many Hollywood norms. She is regularly cast in both dramatic and comedic roles, has been in both movies and TV shows, and after debuting in her teens on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, she has worked with some young actors. One can feel avoided by heart-wrenching fate. Fonseca’s career successfully transitioned into adulthood with roles in shows such as How I Met Your Mother, Big Love, Desperate Housewives and more. Marvel’s Agent Carter.

Her latest role is as Laura Turner on the new Disney Plus Series Turner and Hooch. On Nerdshala’s I’m So Obsessed Podcast Fonseca explained how the show isn’t necessarily a sequel to the original 1989 film of the same name that starred Tom Hanks.

“If you’ve never seen the original movie, it doesn’t matter, because it’s not like an immediate continuation. You don’t need to know the plot of the movie. You can just tune into our show. Josh Peck And I’m playing the kids of Tom Hanks’ character,” Fonseca said. “Since Disney Plus has the movie, you can watch it. And if you’re a fan of the movie, it’s a continuation of the slobber and the dogs’ shenanigans. And we’re back in it.”

Speaking of slobber, Hooch is played by five different dogs. Like in the 2020 Harrison Ford film The Call of the Wild, there is no Cirque du Soleil cast in a motion capture suit playing a dog. But there’s a lot of dog slobber at Turner & Hooch, and Fonseca pointed out how there’s just the right amount of slobber for certain scenes. Sometimes a dog would have too much slog and would come on the actor’s costume and they had to change their clothes. Other times the dogs didn’t have enough slogans, so the crew and dog handlers used fake slogans.

Although slobber can be faked, Fonseca said working with real dogs helped get the show off the ground.

“They [the dogs] Just bring honesty and sincerity to the show. It’s like medical work with horses. It’s about animals. You can’t lie. You can’t fake it around them. If they’re not calm and not feeling safe, you’re not able to shoot a scene,” said Fonseca, whose character works as a vet with parrots, puppies and hamsters, among other animals. is.


In the Disney Plus series Turner & Hooch, Hooch is played by five different French Mastiffs.

You can listen to my full conversation with Fonseca in the podcast player above or on Apple Podcasts. She discusses the differences between fans of The Young and the Restless, How I Met Your Mother, Marvel’s Agent Carter, and Desperate Housewives. Fonseca also shared her love of tap dancing and her hope that there could be a How I Met Your Mother spinoff around her character Penny.

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