Sgt. Jack Ramsey, an undercover detective with the Los Angeles Police Department, found himself teamed with a very green partner named J.Z. Kane. Together they formed a relationship based on friendship and trust (completely platonic) that led to them capturing many of L.A.'s criminals.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Dog and Cat - Dog–cat relationship - Netflix
Dogs and cats have a range of interactions. The natural instincts of each species lead towards antagonistic interactions, though individual animals can have non-aggressive relationships with each other, particularly under conditions where humans have socialized non-aggressive behaviors. The generally aggressive interactions between the species have been noted in cultural expressions.
Dog and Cat - Cultural impact - Netflix
The phrase “fight like cats and dogs” reflects a natural tendency for the relationship between the two species to be antagonistic. Other phrases and proverbs include “The cat is mighty dignified until the dog comes by” and “The cat and dog may kiss, but are none the better friends.” A Russian legend explains the antipathy between dogs and cats by stating that the devil has tricked the dog and cat each into thinking the other has its rightful fur. Eugene Field's children's poem, “The Duel,” projects and amplifies the real-life antipathy between cats and dogs onto a stuffed gingham dog and a stuffed calico cat who had an all-night fight during which they “ate each other up.” In Fam Ekman's children's book Kattens Skrekk (The Cat's Terror), a cat visits a museum to find that all of the artworks, like Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo, have been replaced by parodies featuring dogs. The only piece not converted is The Scream which “symbolizes the cat's terror in the face of so many dogs.” The American animated television series CatDog featured the adventures of the protagonist, CatDog, a genetically altered creature that had the head of a dog on one side of its body and the head of a cat on the other. The episodes frequently played on “cats and dogs being what they are” to incorporate “a lot of running and chasing.” The comedy films Cats & Dogs, released in 2001, and Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, released in 2010, both projected and amplified the above-mentioned antipathy between dogs and cats into an all-out war between the two species wherein cats are shown as being out-and-out enemies of humans, whereas dogs are shown as being more sympathetic to humans.