("We Wish You a Merry Christmas" plays and ornaments numbered 1-25 are seen on a Christmas tree. A raspberry sound is heard and the cover to Scrapyard Dog appears on the 19 ornament, along with shit.)

(Nerd chuckles pointing out the cover art) Scrapyard Dog for the Atari 7800. What's with the nose? (laughs) What's with the nose? Who cares about the dog? LOOK AT THE NOSE! What was the point? Everything else is pretty sound, but some wacky artist decide to gave him a huge nose, just for the hell of it. He is the star! Never mind that it's called Scrapyard Dog. Maybe he is the dog. The idea faces inside of circles, it's pretty funny when you think about it like here's the circle and then somebody's meant to pop their head up into it. We were only meant to see the dog, he was supposed to lift his pet dog up in there, but he came up to it the last minute and THAT's the image, and there's nothing we can do about it.

Maybe it's meant to be a freak show! The circus colour support that. I like how the dog is sorta looking at the nose like the dog isn't sure about it, and the man isn't really looking at the dog. His eyeline is going off somewhere else like he's talking to somebody, 'I-I can't be in the picture?' or he's talking to the dog, you know, keeping it comfortable for the picture. 'Hey, that's a good boy.' People say that pet sometimes look like their owners. Well, if the dog had his nose or he had the dog's ears, it would be pretty crazy. This is junk. What do you expect with a game called Scrapyard Dog?

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