It’s love at first sight! I think the stoplight is telling those two doggies to stop (Ron).
I think there’s a male on the left and a female on the right. How do we know it’s a female? There’s a bandana on her neck (Jim). But it may be a dress (Lou).
Their names are Romeo and Juliet (Jim). Or maybe Ralph and Cisco (Ken). I think Sisco should be spelled with an “S” – it makes it more feminine (Carol). Their names could also be Rocco and Roxy (Lou).
These dogs are related and happy to see each other (Ken). They’re the same breed and color (all). The girl looks like a runt but the guy looks like he’s plenty to eat (Ken). That girl’s not a runt – she’s just smaller (Carol).
The dogs are going to the vet for a check-up (Jim), or for a walk (Ron), or to the park (Lou), or for a drive (Jim).
I think the dogs are talking so they can make a date for later (Carol). Where will they go on the date? To the dog park (Carol).
They’re on a quiet and serene street (Marvin) and it seems like they’re happy (Lou). I think they’re whispering to each other (Marvin) or maybe whimpering (Jim). What are they saying? Maybe they’re saying sweet nothings or I suppose it’s none of our business what they’re saying (Carol).
Who’s driving the car? The masters are driving and the dogs are in the backseat. I think those stoplights are across the street, so the car’s not driving at all – it’s just parked (Lou). Pretty soon that light’s going to turn green and the car will take off (Ron). But if those dogs see a cat, they’ll be GONE! (Jim). Or maybe they’ll see a raccoon or a squirrel.
I think the people driving the car are going to fall in love too (Carol).