Latest Poster for Stephen King's "Under the Dome" Is Super Manipulative and Wildly Effective
A boy and his dog separated by the dome? THAT'S JUST MEAN. Now I have to watch because 1) it is set in Maine, 2) there's little else on in the summer, and 3) to see if that boy and his dog are reunited. Although, that kid should probably lower his hand; the dog can't reach up there, you know? Maybe the boy is disabled. OH NO. A mentally handicapped boy separated from his dog? THAT'S EVEN SADDER.