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|“||I want Max back. We're not talking about a street mutt here. We're talking a million dollar researcher.||„|
|~ Dr Jarret|
Dr. Jarret is the main antagonist in the horror comedy film Man's Best Friend.
He was portrayed by Lance Henriksen, who also portrayed Lockdown in Transformers Animated, General Shepherd in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Chains Cooper in Stone Cold, Karl Bishop Weyland in the 2010 Aliens vs Predator video game, The Stranger in When A Stranger Calls, Emil Fouchon in Hard Target, Grim Reaper in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Thomas Magruder in the Gun video games, Sergeant Daniel Neff in Damien: The Omen 2, Lieutenant in The Legend of Korra, Baron in Tangled: The Series and John Milton in Scream 3.
Dr. Jarret is an abusive and mad scientist from Emax, whom had been experimenting on a dog via genetic engineering and vivisection on a watchdog called Max 3000. One night, Max escapes the facility, with Jarret attempting to lure him back into his imprisonment. Unbeknownst to Jarret, Max is resting at Lori's house.
Jarret tries to reclaim the dog in order to resume his scheme to exploit Max 3000 as a deadly weapon. Jarret reports the absence to the police to improve is hunt.
After a few events of atrocities committed by the dog, Jarret kidnaps Lori and Max chases after them to back to Emax. Upon arrival, Max searches after Lori through the lab. Once she was found she manages to prove that she didn't mean to hurt him, and Max started to love her again. But all of the sudden, a battered, bruised, and furious Dr. Jarret broke through the door and assaulted them. Max leaped to protect Lori and was killed by Dr. Jarret when he shot him. However, pushed by Max, Jarret fell on top of a large cage, and Lori's new puppy, Spike, accidentally plugged in a live wire resting on the cage, making flows of electrical energy surge through Dr. Jarret's body, killing him.