Freaky Friday Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Freaky Friday is a 2003 comedy fantasy film based on the 1972 novel of the same name by Mary Rodgers. The film features Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan in the starring roles of Tess and Anna Coleman, a mother and daughter who wake up to find their bodies have been switched because of a magical fortune cookie. Other cast members include Chad Michael Murray, Mark Harmon and Christina Vidal. The film is a remake of the 1976 film starring Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris, also based on the Rodgers’ novel. Freaky Friday premiered on August 6, 2003 and became both a critical and commercial success. 

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Freaky Friday Inspired Dog Name Considerations

On the face of it, choosing a name for your dog should be relatively easy and straightforward; all you have to do is pick a name that you like and train your dog to get used to that name. But, in reality, there are a lot of other factors that come into play before you settle on a final decision. As a dog owner, you need to be responsible in the naming process and not just go for any random name.

If you are having difficulty in choosing a name, pop culture is always a good place to start. This refers to current culture that is transmitted via mass media and typically involves works such as film, television, music, art, literature and the like. Pop culture works are a constant stream of inspiration and ideas for dog names.

If you are a fan of a certain pop culture work, then you can use that to come up with a name for your furbaby. For example, fans of Freaky Friday can use the different references in the film as a name for their dog. This can include anything from the fictional characters to the cast and crew members who were involved in the making of the film. 

Male Freaky Friday Inspired Dog Names

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Jake
An older student who Anna Coleman has a crush on
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Volvo
From Ryan Volvo, Tess’ fiancée and eventually, her 2nd husband
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Alan
After Alan Coleman, Tess’ father
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Coleman
From the Colemans, which is the family the film's plot is focused on
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Elton
After Elton Bates, Anna Coleman’s teacher who had a crush on Tess in high school
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Harry
After Harry Coleman, Tess’ son
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Ethan
Ethan was the drummer in Pink Slip
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Scott
The bass player for Anna’s band, Pink Slip
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Evan
Tess’ needy patient
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Chad
After Chad Michael Murray, the actor who portrayed Jake
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Murray
From actor Chad Michael Murray, who played the role of Jake
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Harmon
From actor Mark Harmon, who played the Ryan Volvo’s character
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Ryan
After Ryan Malgarini, the actor who portrayed Harry Coleman
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Harold
After Harold Gould, the actor who portrayed Alan Coleman
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Stephen
After Stephen Tobolowsky, the actor who portrayed Elton Bates
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Willie
After Willie Garson, the actor who portrayed Evan
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Carlberg
After Chris Carlberg, the actor who portrayed Ethan
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Danny
After Danny Rubin, the actor who portrayed Scott
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Hayden
After Hayden Tank, the actor who played one of Harry’s friends
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Cayden
After Cayden Boyd, the actor who portrayed one of Harry’s friends
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Chris
After Chris Heuisler, the actor who portrayed Mr. Waters
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Jeffrey
After Jeffrey Marcus, the actor who portrayed one of Tess’ patients
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Amir
After Amir Derakh, the actor who portrayed the emcee at House of Blues
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William
After William Caploe, the actor who portrayed the talk show P.A.
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Mark
After Mark Waters, the director of the film
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Gunn
After Andrew Gunn, one of the film’s producers
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Mario
After Mario Isovich, one of the film’s executive producers
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Rolfe
After Rolfe Kent, the composer who scored the film’s soundtrack
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Oliver
After Oliver Wood, the cinematographer for the film
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Bruce
After Bruce Green, the editor of the film

Female Freaky Friday Inspired Dog Names

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Tess
After Dr. Tess Coleman, a psychiatrist and widow who lives with her two children
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Anna
After Anna Coleman, Tess’ rebellious daughter who plays in a band
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Maddie
Anna’s best friend and bandmate
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Peg
One of Anna’s band mates
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Stacey
After Stacey Hinkhouse, Anna’s classmate who loves to bully her
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Pei-Pei
The owner of the Chinese restaurant where the Colemans eat
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Dottie
After Dottie Robertson, a talk show host who interviews Tess
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Jamie
After Jamie Lee Curtis, the actress who portrayed Tess Coleman
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Lee
From actress Jamie Lee Curtis, who played the role of Tess Coleman
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Lindsay
After Lindsay Lohan, the actress who portrayed Anna Coleman
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Christina
After Christina Vidal, the actress who portrayed Maddie
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Haley
After Haley Hudson, the actress who portrayed Peg
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Julie
After Julie Gonzalo, the actress who portrayed Stacey Hinkhouse
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Rosalind
After Rosalind Chao, the actress who portrayed Pei-Pei
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Lucille
After Lucille Soong, the actress who portrayed Pei-Pei’s mom
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Dina
After Dina Waters, the actress who portrayed Dottie Robertson
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Lu
After Lu Elrod, the actress who portrayed the detention monitor
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Jacqueline
After Jacqueline Heinze, the actress who portrayed Tess’ crying patient
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Ellen
After Mary Ellen Trainor, the actress who portrayed one of Tess’ patients
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Erica
After Erica Gimpel, the actress who portrayed Harry’s teacher
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Lorna
After Lorna Scott, the actress who portrayed the butcher woman
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Mary
After Mary Rodgers, the author of the book the film was based on
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Heather
After Heather Hach, one of the film’s screenplay writers
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Leslie
After Leslie Dixon, one of the film’s screenplay writers
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Marci
After Marci Liroff, the film’s casting director
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Cary
After Cary White, the film’s production designer
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Baker
After Maria Baker, the film’s art director
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Barbara
After Barbara Haberecht, the film’s set decoration supervisor
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Genevieve
After Genevieve Tyrrell, the film’s costume designer
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Dawn
After Dawn Ascher, the film’s art department coordinator

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