List of 2 Stupid Dogs episodes

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2 Stupid Dogs is an American animated television series created by Donovan Cook and produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons and Turner Program Services for TBS. The series follows the antics of a large Old English Sheepdog, dubbed "Big Dog" (voiced by Brad Garrett) and a smaller Dachshund (voiced by Mark Schiff) nicknamed "Little Dog", who get into various mishaps due to their lack of intellect, as implied from the title.

Series overview[edit]

Each episode consists of two segments, containing a Super Secret Secret Squirrel short in the middle of the two regular segments. Cumulatively, each episode is twenty-two minutes in length, which amounts to roughly seven minutes per segment. The series premiered on September 5, 1993 with the episode "Door Jam / Where's the Bone". The first season concluded with the season finale "Cat! / Love Doctors" on November 28, 1993. The second and final season premiered one year after the start of the first season on September 5, 1994 with "Jerk". It concluded with the series finale "Hobo Hounds" on May 15, 1995. The second season was broadcast with only one new segment, paired with both a Super Secret Secret Squirrel segment and another ordinary segment from the first season.

2 Stupid Dogs series overview
Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 13 (26 segments) September 5, 1993 (1993-09-05) November 28, 1993 (1993-11-28) TBA
2 13 September 5, 1994 (1994-09-05) May 15, 1995 (1995-05-15) TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1993)[edit]

2 Stupid Dogs season 1 episodes
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1a 1a "Door Jam" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Mike Mitchell September 5, 1993 (1993-09-05) 213
After Big Dog loses a can that he was chewing on, he follows it down the path that it rolls into, only to find the can trapped behind an automatic door. Little Dog suggests the door will not open because they lack shoes, so they go hunting for a pair.
1b 1b "Where's the Bone?" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Genndy Tartakovsky September 5, 1993 (1993-09-05) 211
Little Dog finds himself distraught over the loss of his favorite bone, so he enlists the help of Big Dog to help him find it. Unbeknownst to Little Dog, it actually rests on the back of his head.
2a 2a "Cornflakes" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Rob Renzetti September 12, 1993 (1993-09-12) 112
The dogs stumble upon a farm managed by Mr. Hollywood. The dogs get hungry as Hollywood describes what the purpose of a farm, and decide that they want cornflakes for breakfast.
2b 2b "Home Is Where Your Head Is" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Tony Craig September 12, 1993 (1993-09-12) 114
While walking together, Big Dog gets his head stuck in a hole within a fence. Little Dog starts to panic while trying to devise a way to get Big Dog unstuck. When he runs out of willpower, Little Dog decides to adapt to life without Big Dog.
3a 3a "Vegas Buffet" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Tony Craig September 19, 1993 (1993-09-19) 210
The dogs head to the Lucky Nugget to take part of the "Super Cheap Economy Style One Pound Hot Dog Buffet". When they arrive early, they have to wait, so Big Dog finds a quarter and puts it inside of a slot machine, only to find that they win the jackpot. When they attract the attention of the casino owner, Mr. Hollywood, he plans to get his money back. By taking the dogs around to the other games, when they just want the buffet, he invites them to bet everything, only for them to win even more money.
3b 3b "Love in the Park" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Tony Craig September 19, 1993 (1993-09-19) 207
Little Dog falls in love with a little toy dog that is only show to bark twice and perform a flip while spending the day in the park. At the same time, Big Dog attempts to return a frisbee to a lady that threw it to him.
4a 4a "Show and Tell" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Conrad Vernon September 26, 1993 (1993-09-26) 109
It's show and tell at Kenny's school, and he plans to bring his father's bowling trophy, but when it shatters, he decides to bring the two dogs to class.
4b 4b "At the Drive-In" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Conrad Vernon September 26, 1993 (1993-09-26) 117
After seeing an intermission commercial for the concession stand on a drive-in theater screen à la "Let's All Go to the Lobby", the dogs figure that the food is actual size. They arrive at the lot, and chaos follows.
5a 5a "Space Dogs" Donovan Cook Henry Gilroy & Rob Renzetti October 3, 1993 (1993-10-03) 220
The dogs look into a truck, presumably full of ice cream. What turns out is that the truck stores the food for storage in the next Space Shuttle. Once inside, the dogs launch the shuttle into outer space by accident.
5b 5b "Pie in the Sky" Donovan Cook Lane Raichart & Billy Bob Tucker October 3, 1993 (1993-10-03) 104
The dogs wish to eat at the restaurant "Pie in the Sky", only to stumble upon at different stores in a mall employed by Mr. Hollywood.
6a 6a "A Quarter" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Tony Craig October 10, 1993 (1993-10-10) 118
The dogs pass a pay phone off-hook, and are told by the automatic teller to deposit 25¢. Avoiding being disobedient, the dogs search for a quarter, leading them to a cash machine, a psychiatrist, and a get-rich-quick scheme.
6b 6b "Red" Donovan Cook Richard Pursel and Lane Raichert & Ashly Branon and Genndy Tartakovsky October 10, 1993 (1993-10-10) 101
The two dogs meet Red, a parody of Little Red Riding Hood, who is going off to her ill grandmother's house to give her some cheesecake. The dogs lead her to the Three Bears's house, where they go through the series of events Goldilocks encounters.
7a 7a "Substitute Teacher" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Rob Renzetti October 17, 1993 (1993-10-17) 217
Kenny's regular teacher is on sick leave due to a nervous breakdown, so Mr. Hollywood substitutes.
7b 7b "Seeing Eye Dogs" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Ron Zorman October 17, 1993 (1993-10-17) 205
The dogs are sold as guide dogs to Mr. Hollywood, who is rendered temporarily blind after an eye examination. Big Dog is more concerned with finding a fire hydrant, however, and Little Dog claims to know the whereabouts of a hidden shortcut, which entails cutting through a construction yard.
8a 8a "Spooks-A-Poppin'" Donovan Cook Richard Pursel & Billy Bob Tucker October 24, 1993 (1993-10-24) 112
Little Dog wants to dig up a few bones he had buried in the "Paws and Reflect" pet cemetery. As he tries to find it, his head gets stuck inside of a skull, and Big Dog cowers at the sight of him.
8b 8b "Sheep Dogs" Donovan Cook Sylvia Edwards & Mauro Casaleese October 24, 1993 (1993-10-24) 107
The dogs are mistaken as sheep dogs on Mr. Hollywood's farm. The dogs must learn how to "round up the doggies" to in order for them to earn their breakfast.
9a 9a "Trash Day" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Billy Bob Tucker October 31, 1993 (1993-10-31) 209
Garbage day comes to the dogs' delight. As they scrounge through a trash can to look for things, a debate ensues between them when they encounter a toilet seat that the both of them want.
9b 9b "Hollywood's Ark" Donovan Cook Laine Raichert & Billy Bob Tucker October 31, 1993 (1993-10-31) 103
A parody of Noah's Ark, where Hollywood plays the part of Noah, who builds his Ark and the gathering of two of every animal. When he finds Big Dog and Little Dog, the two wreak havoc for Mr. Hollywood and the rest of the animals on board.
10a 10a "Family Values" Donovan Cook Lane Raichert & Tony Craig November 7, 1993 (1993-11-07) 215
The dogs encounter a family having a cook-out. When they investigate further, they find the family Brady Bunch-esque.
10b 10b "Red Strikes Back" Donovan Cook Richard Pursel & Ron Zorman November 7, 1993 (1993-11-07) 110
The dogs find themselves in another situation where they follow Red. They end up at the witch's house from "Hansel and Gretel". There, they are ordained by the witch to feed Red until she is plump enough to be eaten.
11a 11a "Stunt Dogs" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Rob Renzetti November 14, 1993 (1993-11-14) 201
The dogs attempt to get into a commercial for dog food so that they can receive free food, but stumble upon the wrong studio, where a jungle picture is being filmed. Starring Mr. Hollywood as the lead, he mistakes the dogs for the stunt doubles for the Jungle King's sidekicks: Bo-Bo and Boo-Boo.
11b 11b "Return of Red" Donovan Cook Richard Pursel and Lane Raichert & Kelly Armstrong November 14, 1993 (1993-11-14) 106
The two dogs are hungry for Happy Granny-brand dog food. It belongs to Red, who is once again off to Grandma's house. Upon arriving at Grandma's, Red interrogates the Wolf, while the wolf fights with Granny inside his stomach.
12a 12a "Far-Out Friday" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Billy Bob Tucker November 21, 1993 (1993-11-21) 204
From out of nowhere, the two dogs switch bodies with each other. Noticing no immediate effects on them, the two set out in search of food, only to find that their new bodies do not bode with their mentalities.
12b 12b "Let's Make a Right Price" Donovan Cook Richard Pursel & Joe Suggs November 21, 1993 (1993-11-21) 105
The two dogs hunt for some dog biscuits, but end up as contestants on the show Let's Make a Right Price, with host Bill Baker. The losers receive doggie treats, so the dogs try their best to avoid winning the real prizes. The dogs make bets for a single dollar each round, miraculously winning every time.
13a 13a "Cat!" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Rob Renzetti November 28, 1993 (1993-11-28) 206
Big Dog sleeps while Little Dog is in danger when a cat wanders into their alley, and places itself between the two dogs.
13b 13b "Love Doctors" Donovan Cook Mark Saraceni & Rob Renzetti November 28, 1993 (1993-11-28) 203
The dogs hang out with Kenny, who's has a crush on Buffy. Kenny is too nervous to confront her, so the dogs attempt to talk to her in his place. Little Dog misinterprets everything Buffy's says, however, leading Kenny on; Buffy then starts playing with Kenny and the dogs, but only out of spite as she thinks he's their owner.

Season 2 (1994–95)[edit]

2 Stupid Dogs season 2 episodes
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14 1 "Jerk!" Genndy Tartakovsky Mark Saraceni and Rob Renzetti & Eddie Fitzgerald September 5, 1994 (1994-09-05) 113
The dogs arrive at the Grand Canyon, who try to solve a puzzle. Upon completing the puzzle, Little Dog quips that the word 'jerk' should've been part of the answer to the puzzle. His voice echoes across the canyon, and misconstrue the echo as another dog insulting them.
15 2 "Las Pelotas!" Donovan Cook Donovan Cook September 12, 1994 (1994-09-12) 116
The dogs come across a tennis club, where they see tennis balls being served back and forth. Little Dog wants to join them in order to chew them, but gets overwhelmed at the amount of tennis balls lying around.
16 3 "Post Office" Donovan Cook Roberts Gannaway & Tony Craig September 19, 1994 (1994-09-19) 202
The dogs wander onto a line for the post office. Oblivious to the purpose of a post office, the dogs spend all day waiting in line, attacking mail carriers and even enlist for the army via Selective Service System.
17 4 "Day Dream" Donovan Cook Rob Renzetti October 24, 1994 (1994-10-24) 208
The dogs find a package delivery of ice cream-related products before them when they both wake up. Little Dog suspects as too good to be true, and that they must be still asleep, so the two try to wake themselves up.
18 5 "Love" Donovan Cook & Todd Frederiksen and Miles Thompson Mark Saraceni & Conrad Vernon October 31, 1994 (1994-10-31) 120
Big Dog falls in love with a hamster displayed in the window of a pet shop, so he and Little Dog search the store for the hamster. Chaos ensues when they find that Mr. Hollywood owns the store.
19 6 "Inside Out" Tony Craig Roberts Gannaway & Tony Craig November 7, 1994 (1994-11-07) 217
The dogs see a gigantic bone being shipped to a museum, and decide to wait for it to come back outside. They wait so still, the movers suspect they are part of another exhibit and take them into the museum too.
20 7 "Spit Soup" Tony Craig Roberts Gannaway & Tony Craig November 14, 1994 (1994-11-14) 102
In a last ditch effort for some food, the dogs climb a 3D billboard advertisement shaped like a giant bowl of soup. When the find that the bowl is "dry", Big Dog fills the bowl with his spit. He soon dries out, so Little Dog must find a way to rehydrate him.
21 8 "Fun!" Donovan Cook Rob Renzetti November 21, 1994 (1994-11-21) 218
When the dogs find that a new diner nearby them opens up tomorrow, they attempt to do fun activities to pass the time before restaurant opens.
22 9 "The Rise and Fall of the Big Dog" Donovan Cook Teddy Newton (storyboard) December 5, 1994 (1994-12-05) 219
The dogs confront a bum in front of the White House. A fight ensues between them, which results in the foreign ambassadors and Big Dog switching occupations; Big Dog goes off to attend a political party at the White House, and Little Dog (who mistakes the ambassador for Big Dog) tries to get his friend out from his "amnesia".
23 10 "Cookies, Ookies, Blookies" Donovan Cook & Tony Craig Mark Saraceni and Rob Renzetti & Andrew Stanton December 19, 1994 (1994-12-19) 214
The dogs wish for some "Fudgie Scout Cookies", but struggle to go after some, until they come to the conclusion that they need a door.
24 11 "Cartoon Canines" Tony Craig Roberts Gannaway & Miles Thompson May 1, 1995 (1995-05-01) 216
The dogs enlist in a boot camp that trains cartoon characters to become hardcore animation icons.
25 12 "Bathroom Humor" Donovan Cook Zeke Kamm & Todd Frederiksen May 8, 1995 (1995-05-08) 111
Big Dog awakes in the middle of the night wanting to relieve himself. Just as he finds a spot, Little Dog stops him, making a point that this is their home, so they need to find a more suitable place. They end up inside an indoor bathroom, where hilarity ensues.
26 13 "Hobo Hounds" Rob Renzetti Rob Renzetti May 15, 1995 (1995-05-15) 108
Big Dog and Little Dog infuse their type of humor into a parody of a silent black-and-white cartoon, in which they must save a young girl from a villainous feline villain.

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