Nazgul vs. Labradoodles!
"You know what I think the problem is? The Nazgul have spent hundreds of years just sitting around Barad-dûr, nothing to do except play cards. By the time the Ring is finally discovered, they've gone soft. They're slow, they're afraid of water, they're afraid of fire, and even their flying rides throw in the towel at the slightest splinter.
Personally, I'm a lot more scared of Tom Bombadil. That guy's crazy."
At one point in The Return of the King, Gandalf tells Pippin:
Sauron has yet to reveal his deadliest servant. The one who will lead Mordor's armies in war. The one they say no living man can kill. The Witch King of Angmar. You've met him before. He stabbed Frodo at Weathertop. He is the lord of the Nazgul, the greatest of the Nine.
And I thought to myself, "Oh, you mean that dude they chased away with a torch?"
Everyone in these movies talks about the Nazgul like they're Jason, the Terminator, and Anton Chigurh rolled into one. As far as I can tell, they are pretty much useless. In fact, I think Sauron would have been better off sending a labradoodle, and I'm going to prove it.