The quirky actor, who played Zed in the comedy franchise, was directing the film in a rural California street and invited neighbors to watch proceedings.
This quickly turned into a bad idea when one local animal lover spotted a line about a character performing a sex act on a dog in the script and called in the Humane Society.
Goldthwait says, "The Humane Society were like, 'Hey, what's going on here today?' We said, 'Oh, it's a relationship comedy.' And the Humane Society woman goes, 'Really. Because I heard a dog gets a bl*wj*b in this movie.'
"They were there every day on the set. Obviously it was all a fuss about nothing and we actually got the Humane Society to sign off on the movie--they gave us their blessing, which says, 'No animals were injured or pleasured in the course of making the movie.' That was funny."
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