Well I am sorry to tell you that three days after I bought Watson, I returned him.
Now, Watson was a great plant. And we had some really great times together during those three days. He didn’t do anything wrong.
But he had to go.
You see, I did a little research and learned that Watson, a Dracaena, was actually toxic to dogs.
Now I know a lot of people who get house plants because some of them have some really good benefits for humans (not dogs though). However, if you don’t have any dogs and would like to learn more about how plants can improve your health, then click here.
Before we start, I’d like to say something that might surprise you.
I know that I make fun of a lot of actors and actresses (especially Nicolas Cage and Katherine Heigl, who are both just awful awful awful actors). And Matt Damon is a common target among movie critics, critics of actors, or just people-critics in general.
But I actually like him as an actor.
Shocking, I know.
I’d also like to take a moment to warn you about spoilers ahead. But like most movies of its kind, if you saw the preview for We Bought a Zoo, you saw the whole damn movie.
And you know it.
Go ahead. I encourage you to watch the preview. Even if you have seen it before, watch it again:
In just two minutes, you know the entire plot of the movie. You know all of the characters and what they stand for. You know that it is going to have a happy ending and that every single character will work out their problems by the end of the film. Not only that, but you have also just heard all of the critical lines in the movie.