Speaking of the miniseries, fans consider the death of the dog belonging to Joe Collie (Robert Longstreet) to be a particularly traumatic moment. The death occurred during the Crock Pot Festival, a potluck game held by islanders on Ash Wednesday after Joe’s pet was seen eating a sausage someone placed on the ground. While Bev never suffered from food poisoning or fed the dog, fellow islander and teacher Erin Greene (Kate Siegel) saw her drinking animal poison from the school barn before the dog died, and the island’s only law officer, Sheriff Hassan (Rahul Kohli) her questions about it after the incident.
Redditor u / mrs_ouchi, in a chat about the episode, wrote, “Bev was horrible. That poor dog. What a horrible and painful way to die!” u / xxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxx also expressed a similar sentiment, commenting “if someone did that to my dog - my god – I’d be appalled.” u / GigantorBlue agreed, replying “Dude, I almost had to look the other way. Freakin’s gutted”, while another commented. u / TheGreatHarley admits, “I had to put my TV on mute and fast forward a few seconds, couldn’t handle it.”
User u / cliberte98 expressed sadness over their fear of being confirmed, writing, “I know it. I knew the poor dog wouldn’t make it and now I’m crying. I want to fight this Mrs. Carmody,” compare Beverly Keane to a similar character in Stephen King’s story “The Mist”.
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