YMMV: Heart of a Dog
- Adaptation Distillation: the film and stage adaptations tend to exaggerate the brutality and uncouth behavior of the 1920s Communists (and Sharikov's as well), while Bulgakov in the original text pokes fun at the good guys just as quickly as he does at the bad ones. For example, the girl typist who complains on the poor food and miserable wages in the stage version appears to be just a victim of the generalized poverty, while in the original text she has to cope with poor food and an indifferent lover because she had spent most of her wages on cinema tickets.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: Intro theme.
- True Art Sticks It To The Man