‘Cowboy Bebop’ Stars Talk About Working With the Two Corgis Who Play Ein on Netflix: ‘Just Have Some Chicken in Your Hand,’ They Say.

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‘Cowboy Bebop’ Stars Talk About Working With the 2 Corgis Who Play Ein on Netflix: ‘Just Have Some Chicken in Your Hand,’ They Say.

Cowboy Bebop’s live-action adaptation is now available on Netflix, allowing fans of the classic anime to relive their favorite group of bounty hunters.

While reuniting with Spike Spiegel (John Cho), Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir), and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) sounds appealing, one member of the Bebop crew is already stealing the show: Ein.

Longtime Cowboy Bebop fans will probably not be surprised by this, though it appears that bringing Ein to life on set posed some difficulties.

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Ein, the data dog, is introduced in the second episode of the original Cowboy Bebop.

Despite Spike and Jet’s aversion to animals, he quickly establishes himself as a valuable member of the crew.

It’s difficult to imagine the story being told without the corgi pup running around.

That’s most likely why two dogs were cast as him in the Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop.

Despite the fact that the live-action adaptation changes Ein’s backstory, he remains a lovable member of the team who won the hearts of the cast and is likely to do so with fans.

Of course, as much fun as the actors had with the two corgis who played him, there were a few stumbling blocks to overcome — most of which were overcome by breaking out the treats.

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Showrunner André Nemec and the three leads of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop talked about working with two corgis during production in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Despite the fact that Nemec described the actors as “little kings of the set,” the actors struggled to maintain their focus at times.

“If you didn’t have food,” Daniella Pineda explained, “they would smell it and walk away.”

“I’m guessing our show made them a little heavier for the holidays.”

And the cast felt it in the scenes where Ein needed to be lifted.

One of the two Eins, in particular, preferred to be carried, so the Cowboy Bebop stars found themselves holding the puppy frequently.

Before repeating Pineda’s point about the treats, Shakir recalled his surprise at how heavy the corgi was:

“I’m constantly carrying them.”

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“I have to carry them all the time. I’m like, ‘I can’t believe that this dog is this heavy.’ But [they’re] addicted to treats, just addicted to treats. Literally on alert for pieces and scraps of chicken. So, if you wanted to get cool with the dog, just have some chicken in your hand, otherwise he’s not very interested in you at all. But they were super cute.”

“I have to carry them all the time. I’m like, ‘I can’t believe that this dog is this heavy.’ But [they’re] addicted to treats, just addicted to treats. Literally on alert for pieces and scraps of chicken. So, if you wanted to get cool with the dog, just have some chicken in your hand, otherwise he’s not very interested in you at all. But they were super cute.”

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