|“||I've had it with these.. Dog-Gone Dog-Headed cops in this Dog-Gone Dog Man Movie!||”|
–Samson J. Johnson In Dog Man: and Cat Kid
Samson J. Johnson played Chief in The Dog-Man before it shut down. His name is a parody to Samuel L. Jackson. He quits after Gassy Behemoth Studios' The Dog-Man movie all of the disasters that happened with Dog Man involved. He only appears in Dog Man and Cat Kid
He can easily be offended and runs away at strange moments. He also says dog-gone a lot and doesn't like Dog Man because Dog Man's can be a little bit of a pain in the butt. He is shown to be angry at everywhere he goes even when he's at the limo. His catchphrase "ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!! I have HAD it with these DOG-GONE (minions) in this DOG-GONE (mini series)!!!" seems to be the running gag of the entire book of Dog Man: and Cat Kid, he constantly say that exact catchphrase when something goes wrong in the studio. He even said it once during the making of the movie.
Samson J. Johnson is in this book: Dog Man And Cat Kid
The name Samson J. Johnson is a reference to and a parody of the name Samuel L. Jackson