List of CatDog episodes

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This is a list of episodes from the animated CatDog television series.

Overview[edit]

Sixty-five episodes from four seasons and one made-for-TV movie, CatDog and the Great Parent Mystery, were produced. The show was promoted April 4, 1998.

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 20 April 4, 1998 (1998-04-04) October 29, 1998 (1998-10-29)
2 20 February 15, 1999 (1999-02-15) March 16, 2000 (2000-03-16)
3 20 October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09) May 18, 2001 (2001-05-18)
4 8 November 25, 2000 (2000-11-25) June 15, 2005 (2005-06-15)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1998)[edit]

No. Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date Prod.
code
1 "Dog Gone
Fan Mail
All You Can't Eat"
George Chialtas Peter Hannan, Derek Drymon, and Robert Porter
Andy Rheingold
Robert Porter (also director) and Derek Drymon
Dominic Orlando, Karen Heathwood,
Barry Bunce, and Sam Kirson
April 4, 1998 (1998-04-04) 101
Dog Gone — Dog puts on a costume to give Cat some time to himself.
Fan Mail - In a filler segment, since the pilot was too short, CatDog read their fan mail, but since Winslow claims there is no mail for them, Dog makes up a wild version of their origin story.
All You Can't Eat — CatDog are banned from an all-you-can-eat taco restaurant by Rancid Rabbit, but they find clever ways to sneak back in.
2 "Flea or Die!
CatDog Food"
Alan Smart
George Chialtas
Andy Rheingold
Lance Khazei & Michael Karnow
Derek Drymon (director)
Robert Porter and Antoine Guilbaud
October 5, 1998 (1998-10-05) 102
Flea or Die — When CatDog get fleas, Cat chooses to wear a flea belt over taking a bath. But Cat does not want to wear it when the new belt-free fashion tread leaves him pushing it on to Dog to impress the ladies.
CatDog Food — Rancid Rabbit makes CatDog the mascot of "CatDog Food", and it goes to Cat's head.
3 "The Island
All You Need is Lube"
Alan Smart
Gary McCarver
Steven Banks
Magda Liolis
Barry Bunce (director)
Grey Miller
Dominic Orlando (director)
Karen Heathwood
October 6, 1998 (1998-10-06) 107
The Island — CatDog are stranded on an island surrounded by traffic.
All You Need is Lube — When Cat saves Lube from a tick, Lube becomes his bodyguard.
4 "Shriek Loves Dog
Work Force"
Alan Smart Steven Banks
Casper Kelly & John Bolton
Gary Goldstein (director)
Gary Goldstein (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 7, 1998 (1998-10-07) 110
Shriek Loves Dog — Cat and Winslow set up a date for Dog and Shriek, but the Greasers want Dog to marry her.
Work Force — CatDog work in Rancid's cereal factory licking the boxes shut. But when Dog gets promoted to a prize stuffer, he lets the power go to his head.
5 "Diamond Fever
The Pet"
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Steven Banks
Rick Rodgers & Frank Santopadre
Chuck Klein (director)
Antoine Guilbaud
Gary Goldstein (director)
Erik Wiese
October 8, 1998 (1998-10-08) 109
Diamond Fever — Cat and Dog start mining for diamonds, causing Cat to get a bit greedy.
The Pet — CatDog find an injured cockroach and Dog wants to take it home.
6 "Party Animal
Mush, Dog, Mush!"
George Chialtas
Russ Mooney
Rachel Powell
Andy Rheingold
Dominic Orlando (director)
Karen Heathwood
Barry Bunce (director)
October 9, 1998 (1998-10-09) 108
Party Animal — Cat throws a house party, but almost no one shows up. Winslow's party turns out amazing, and everyone else (including Dog) ends up going.
Mush, Dog, Mush! — Cat enters Dog in the dogsledding competition and trains Dog to the extreme.
7 "Armed and Dangerous
Fistful of Mail!"
Tim Long
George Chialtas
Dean Stefan
Andy Rheingold
Gary Hoffman (director)
Karen Heathwood
Barry Bunce and Vikki Barrett
October 12, 1998 (1998-10-12) 113
Armed and Dangerous — Cat's pen pal Ingrid is coming to visit him, but he has to disguise Dog as a regular tail because he told Ingrid that he was a normal cat. He also gets his hands stuck in a jar and has to use Dog's hands instead.
Fistful of Mail! — Dog tries to bite the butt of the new mailman, who seems to know every trick in the book.
8 "Pumped
Dummy Dummy"
Alan Smart
George Chialtas
Evan Bailey
Peter Hannan, Robert Porter, and Antoine Guilbaud
Gary Goldstein and Kelly Kennedy (directors)
Robert Porter and Antoine Guilbaud
October 13, 1998 (1998-10-13) 104
Pumped — Dog eats a massive amount of muscle boosting powder so he and Cat can get back their frisbee from the Greasers, but he loses his fun-loving side.
Dummy Dummy — Dog gets a new toy named "Little Cat", which Cat feels threatened by.
9 "Squirrel Dog
Brother's Day"
Alan Smart Chris Kelly & John Bolton
Andy Rheingold
Derek Drymon and Gary Goldstein (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Gary Goldstein (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 14, 1998 (1998-10-14) 106
Squirrel Dog — Eddie is accidentally glued to Cliff's jacket, causing Cliff to be kicked out of the Greasers. He goes to CatDog for support on how to deal with his new two-headed lifestyle.
Brother's Day — CatDog are broke and cannot afford to buy each other a Brother's Day gift.
10 "Escape From the Deep End
The Collector"
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Andy Rheingold
Steven Banks
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 15, 1998 (1998-10-15) 111
Escape From the Deep End — When Dog breaks the public pool's very strict set of rules, Rancid puts CatDog behind bars.
The Collector — Cat becomes obsessed with collecting Mean Bob action figures, but Dog just wants to play with them.
11 "Full Moon Fever
War of the CatDog"
Gary McCarver
Russ Mooney
John Loy
Andy Rheingold and Scott Sonneborn
Barry Bunce (director)
Greg Miller
Chuck Klein (director)
Antoine Guilbaud
October 16, 1998 (1998-10-16) 103
Full Moon Fever — Dog's primal instincts come out when he sees the full moon.
War of the CatDog — CatDog's family reunion is halted by a battle over a trophy.
12 "CatDog's End
Siege on Fort CatDog"
Alan Smart Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Chuck Klein (director)
Antoine Guilbaud
Erik Wiese, Roy Wilson, and Karen Heathwood
October 19, 1998 (1998-10-19) 112
CatDog's End — Cat wants to be physically separated from Dog, while Dog wants to be attached to their new friend Randolf.
Siege on Fort CatDog — CatDog fight the Greaser Men military style.
13 "Safety Dog
Dog Come Home!"
Tim Long
Alan Smart
Andy Rheingold Gary Goldstein (director) October 20, 1998 (1998-10-20) 114
Safety Dog — Dog becomes overcautious when Cat reminds him that dogs do not have nine lives like cats do.
Dog Come Home! — Dog is tired of Cat's bossiness and runs away.
14 "Nightmare
CatDogPig"
Russ Mooney
Gary McCarver
Andy Rheingold
Lance Khazei & Michael Karnow
Derek Drymon and Chuck Klein (directors)
Antoine Guilbaud
Gary Goldstein (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 21, 1998 (1998-10-21) 105
Nightmare — After watching a scary movie, Dog is terrified of "Toothpickhead".
CatDogPig — Cat hires a pig to be a tiebreaker when CatDog vote on things.
15 "New Neighbors
Dead Weight"
George Chialtas
Alan Smart
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Gary Hoffman (director)
Karen Heathwood
October 22, 1998 (1998-10-22) 115
New Neighbors — Dog thinks his new neighbors might be aliens
Dead Weight — Cat tries to impress a pair of sisters by appearing on "Really Incredible People". But Dog didn't sleep the night before, and is sound asleep when the camera crew shows up.
16 "Neferkitty
Curiosity Almost Killed the Cat"
George Chialtas
Brian Ray
Julia Lewald
Andy Rheingold
Chuck Klein (director)
Gary Hoffman (director)
Karen Heathwood
October 23, 1998 (1998-10-23) 119
Neferkitty — Cat tells Dog a story about ancient Egyptian life.
Curiosity Almost Killed the Cat — Dog starts writing in a diary after he sees Cat writing in his own. But Cat breaks the iconic "Don't Read other people's diary" rule wanting to know what Dog wrote about him, prompting Winslow to blackmail him.
17 "Home Is Where the Dirt Is
New Leash on Life"
Alan Smart
Tim Long
Andy Rheingold Dan Povenmire (director)
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 26, 1998 (1998-10-26) 118
Home Is Where the Dirt Is — CatDog argue with the gopher about what belongs to them below ground.
New Leash on Life — Tired of Dog's behavior, Cat puts Dog on a leash for dog walking and treats him like his pet.
18 "Just Say CatDog Sent Ya
Dog's Strange Condition"
George Chialtas
Marlene Robinson May
Steven Banks
Dean Stefan
Gary Goldstein (director)
Barry Bunce (director)
Vikki Barrett
October 27, 1998 (1998-10-27) 117
Just Say CatDog Sent Ya — Farburg bones, a favorite of Dog's, are made illegal, but Cat sets up a speakeasy selling them to make profit. But Dog quickly eats every snack.
Dog's Strange Condition — After experiencing an allergic reaction to pecans following a pecan pie eating contest, a tree suddenly sprouts from Dog's head as part of a disease called "pecanitis".
19 "Smarter Than the Average Dog
CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
George Chialtas
Brian Ray
Patti Carr & Lara Runnels
Steven Banks
Dan Povenmire (director)
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
October 28, 1998 (1998-10-28) 120
Smarter Than the Average Dog — Cat wants to make Dog smarter, so he lets him watch educational videos. Dog soon becomes incredibly smart, but Cat loses almost all of his intelligence as a result. Things get worse when they test the flying machine they built for Nearburg's Invention Convention.
CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore — CatDog go on vacation to get away from everyone, but in their absence the Greasers and Winslow realize they actually miss CatDog.
20 "All About Cat
Trespassing"
Marlene Robinson May Steven Banks
Mike Allen
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Barry Bunce (director)
Vikki Barrett
October 29, 1998 (1998-10-29) 116
All About Cat — Cat auditions for the lead role in Rancid's musical "Abe" about Abraham Lincoln. The part goes instead to Dog, and Cat ends up with the role of Abe's donkey.
Trespassing — As Dog waits at a fire hydrant for a "trespasser" who marked his territory, Cat tries to get him home when their house catches fire.

Season 2 (1999–2000)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date Prod.
code
21 1 "Send in the CatDog
Fishing for Trouble
Fetch"
Brian Ray
George Chialtas
Derek Drymon, Robert Porter, and Larry Leichliter
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Dean Stefan and Andy Rheingold
Barry Bunce (director)
Antoine Guilbaud
Dan Povenmire and Vikki Barrett
Rob Porter, Derek Drymon, Eric Wiese,
Vikki Barrett, and Miyuki Hoshikawa
February 15, 1999 (1999-02-15) 201
Send in the CatDog — CatDog enroll in a military like clown school where Dog excels and Cat doesn't. But Cat might just have it in him to get one of their hardest cases to smile.
Fishing for Trouble — Cat feels guilty after eating Dog's new pet fish, and he ventures inside Dog's mouth in search for it.
Fetch — Cat tries to win a contest on the radio.
22 2 "The Lady Is a Shriek
Dog the Mighty"
George Chialtas
Marlene May
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Dan Povenmire (director)
Vikki Barrett
Don Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
February 16, 1999 (1999-02-16) 202
The Lady Is a Shriek — Shriek tries to become more feminine so she can get Dog to notice her. CatDog throw a barbecue party.
Dog the Mighty — Rancid Rabbit gives Dog a medal after he saves him from being squashed, and Dog is convinced he is a superhero.
23 3 "Hail the Great Meow Woof
Battle of the Bands"
George Chialtas
Alan Smart
Dean Stefan
Steven Banks
Gary Goldstein (director)
Erik Wiese
Barry Bunce (director)
Vikki Barrett
February 17, 1999 (1999-02-17) 203
Hail the Great Meow Woof — Dog's kite drags CatDog far from their home, a place where they are thought to be gods. Rancid Rabbit, whose statue was crushed by CatDog when they entered, wants revenge.
Battle of the Bands — CatDog enter the Battle of the Bands contest using their own homemade instruments.
24 4 "Adventures in Greaser Sitting
The Cat Club
Cat Diggety Dog"
Mike Svayko
Marlene May
Robert Porter and Scott Wood (supervising)
Dean Stefan
Steven Banks
Peter Hannan
Jordan Reichek (director)
Karen Heathwood
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Barry Bunce (director)
February 18, 1999 (1999-02-18) 204
Adventures in Greaser Sitting — Cliff makes CatDog babysit his niece, but they lose track of her before he gets back.
The Cat Club — Cat joins a secret "cats only" society.
Cat Diggety Dog — A musical number telling how CatDog get along.
25 5 "Fred the Flying Fish
CatDog Divided"
Ron Myrick
Russ Mooney
Steven Banks Jordan Reichek (director)
Karen Heathwood
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
February 19, 1999 (1999-02-19) 206
Fred the Flying Fish — Cat tries to disprove a myth about a flying fish.
CatDog Divided — Cat and Dog are separated after a magic trick gone wrong from a crooked magician. Now the duo has to find the guy, who's running from the cops.
26 6 "The Unnatural
Dog Ate It
Dopes on Slopes"
Russ Mooney
Alan Smart
Andrew Gottlieb
Andy Rheingold
Dan Povenmire (director)
Vikki Barrett
Chuck Klein (director)
Steve Owen
February 23, 1999 (1999-02-23) 207
The Unnatural — Cat and Dog play baseball with the Greasers on opposite teams. But Cat's skills aren't up to bat so he uses a pair of disguises to switch places with ace ball player Dog.
Dog Ate It — Cat tries to get Dog to lose weight.
Dopes on Slopes — Cat tries to teach Dog how to ski.
27 7 "Spaced Out
Nine Lives"
Marlene May Agi Fodor & Chris Gilligan
Andy Rheingold
Barry Bunce and Mario Piluso (directors)
Antoine Guilbaud
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
February 24, 1999 (1999-02-24) 208
Spaced Out — Tired of watching the Mean Bob movie over and over again with Dog, Cat tries to sabotage the film. But his attempts put the duo into the movie itself.
Nine Lives — While cleaning the attic, Dog accidentally lets loose Cat's eight extra life spirits. Now the duo has to collect them before they destroy all of Nearburg.
28 8 "Dem Bones
Winslow's Home Videos[a]
You're Fired"
Marlene May
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Steven Banks
Dean Stefan and Dan Povenmire
Andy Rheingold
Barry Bunce and Scott Wood (directors)
Antoine Guilbaud
Dominic Orlando and Dan Povenmire (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Chuck Klein (director)
Steve Owen
February 25, 1999 (1999-02-25) 209
Dem Bones — Dog gets a craving for dinosaur bones when Cat takes him to a museum, but he tells Dog not to eat the bones as they are very old. The bones mysteriously appear in CatDog's house the next morning after Dog dreams about them.
Winslow's Home Videos — Winslow shows clips of some of his favorite home videos featuring CatDog's wacky antics.
You're Fired — Cat wants to impress Tallulah, a famous movie star, but things go awry when Dog eats some hot peppers in the kitchen and CatDog starts breathing fire.
29 9 "Showdown at Hole 18
Sneezie Dog"
Marlene May Wendy Reardon
Sydnie Suskind
Chuck Klein (director)
Steve Owen
Gary Hoffman (director)
Karen Heathwood
February 26, 1999 (1999-02-26) 210
Showdown at Hole 18 — Cat wants to win a lifetime membership at a golf course, but Rancid Rabbit, the owner, bans him from the premises.
Sneezie Dog — Cat and Winslow look to cure Dog's allergies.
30 10 "Climb Every CatDog
Canine Mutiny"
Mike Svayko
George Chialtas
Dean Stefan
Patti Carr & Lara Runnels
Dan Povenmire (director)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce and Chuck Klein (directors)
Steve Owen
March 1, 1999 (1999-03-01) 205
Climb Every CatDog — Cat wants to climb Mt. Nearburg so it can be named after him instead of his old rival Mindy Wonderful.
Canine Mutiny — CatDog, Mervis, and Mr. Sunshine end up in a dumpster floating in water, and Cat starts acting like the captain of a pirate ship.
31 11 "It's a Wonderful Half Life
Shepherd Dog"
Marlene May
Mike Svayko
Steven Banks
Story by: Doug Lawrence
Steven Banks
Barrington Bunce (director)
Jordan Reichek (director)
Karen Heathwood
July 26, 1999 (1999-07-26) 212
It's a Wonderful Half Life — Cat and Dog dream about what it would be like if they were just a normal cat and dog.
Shepherd Dog — Dog gets a job herding sheep for a Scottish woman.
32 12 "Surfin' CatDog[b]
Guess Who's Going to Be Dinner!"
Michael Svayko
Russ Mooney
Steven Banks
Neil Martin and Steven Banks
Barrington Bunce (director)
Paul Young
Dominic Orlando (director)
Kelly Kennedy
July 27, 1999 (1999-07-27) 211
Surfin' CatDog — Cat enters a surfing competition despite being afraid of water.
Guess Who's Going to Be Dinner! — Cat tries to make Dog more civilized, but ends up being the one who needs to be civilized.
33 13 "The House of CatDog
CatDog Campers"
Mike Svayko
Russ Mooney
Steven Banks Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Chuck Klein (director)
Steve Owen
July 28, 1999 (1999-07-28) 214
The House of CatDog — When Rancid wants to tear down CatDog's house to build a freeway, CatDog explains the house's historical significance.
CatDog Campers — CatDog wants to win the "Forest Fire Boy of the Year" award by camping out in their yard, but they have difficulty cooperating with each other.
34 14 "Let the Games Begin!
Winslow Falls in Love"
George Chialtas
Marlene May
Andy Rheingold
Neil Martin and Steven Banks
Barrington Bunce (director)
Vikki Barrett
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
July 29, 1999 (1999-07-29) 215
Let the Games Begin! — CatDog must team up with the Greasers to win a competition and be freed from the pound.
Winslow Falls in Love — CatDog pairs Winslow up with a female mouse named Sadie Linkletter.
35 15 "Dog Power
It's a Jungle in Here![c]"
Jamie Diaz
George Chialtas
Andy Rheingold
Story by: Peter Hannan
Andy Rheingold
Dan Povenmire (director)
Chuck Klein (director)
Steve Owen
July 30, 1999 (1999-07-30) 213
Dog Power — Cat uses Dog's running speed as a power source and sells it to people in town.
It's a Jungle in Here! — Dog accidentally turns the CatDog house into a jungle when he uses an entire bag of fertilizer to fill in a patch of grass on the floor.
36 16 "A Very CatDog Christmas" Marlene May Andrew Gottlieb Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
November 30, 1999 (1999-11-30) 220
Cat sells himself (and Dog) to Rancid's bratty preschooler niece Rancine as a Christmas gift, but Santa Claus gets angry when he finds out and cancels Christmas. The people of Nearburg are maddened by this, and a hunt for the brothers begins.
37 17 "Extra! Extra!
CatDog Squared"
Russ Mooney
Mike Svayko
Andrew Gottlieb and Neil Martin
Andrew Gottlieb
Barrington Bunce (director)
Paul Young
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
December 11, 1999 (1999-12-11) 218
Extra! Extra! — When Dog chases away all the neighborhood's paper boys, Rancid makes CatDog do the job.
CatDog Squared — CatDog meet another conjoined duo named DanStan. This turns out to be a scam as Dan and Stan are just looking for a place to stay, and for something to steal.
38 18 "Royal Dog
Springtime for CatDog"
Russ Mooney
Mike Svayko
Dean Stefan
Andrew Gottlieb
Scott Wood and Barrington Bunce (directors)
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
March 9, 2000 (2000-03-09) 216
Royal Dog — CatDog find an old museum painting that greatly resembles Dog. Mr. Sunshine tells the story of the painting and how it relates to English royalty.
Springtime for CatDog — Cat and Dog both fall for a girl named Lorraine.
39 19 "A Dog Ate My Homework
The End"
George Chialtas
Marlene May
Steven Banks Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Scott Wood (director)
Steve Owen
March 9, 2000 (2000-03-09) 217
A Dog Ate My Homework — Cat schemes to get rich off having Dog eat people's homework.
The End — CatDog notices a skull-shaped cloud in the sky using Winslow's telescope, and they send everyone into panic fearing it means the apocalypse.
40 20 "Cliff's Little Secret
Freak Show"
Glenn Lovett
Eduardo Soriano
Steven Banks
Andrew Gottlieb
Glenn Lovett
Eduardo Soriano and Louie Escaurlage & David Earl
March 16, 2000 (2000-03-16) 219
Cliff's Little Secret — CatDog discovers that Cliff takes ballet lessons.
Freak Show — CatDog joins Randolph's freak show, but no one is impressed.

Season 3 (1999–2001)[edit]

Note: This season aired simultaneously with Season 2.

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date Prod.
code
41 1 "Sumo Enchanted Evening[d]
Hotel CatDog"
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Andrew Gottlieb
Steven Banks
Scott Wood (director)
Steven Owen
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09) 302
Sumo Enchanted Evening — CatDog get overfull after Rancid invites them to try his new buffet restaurant, but the bill is too steep for them to pay.
Hotel CatDog — Cat turns the CatDog house into a hotel, but he finds it difficult to keep excellent service for many guests at once.
42 2 "Rodeo CatDog
Teeth for Two[e]"
Russ Mooney
Arne Wong
Jon Ross Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
October 16, 1999 (1999-10-16) 304
Rodeo CatDog — Rancid hires CatDog to become rodeo stars.
Teeth for Two — Cat and Dog learn they affect each other's teeth during a dentist visit. As a result, Cat's teeth become a mess, so he tries to change Dog's diet as well as clean his teeth.[clarification needed]
43 3 "Sweet and Lola
Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek"
George Chialtas
Eduardo Soriano
Andrew Gottlieb
Steven Banks
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Trevor Bentley (director)
Glen Lovett
October 23, 1999 (1999-10-23) 307
Sweet and Lola — A zoologist named Lola studies CatDog's way of life, which soon gets out of hand.
Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek — Rancid hires CatDog, Cliff, and Lube to cater a fancy party, unaware that the party is for Shriek.
44 4 "CatDogula" Nelson Recinos and Arne Wong Steven Banks, Andrew Gottlieb, and Mario Piluso Dominic Orlando and Scott Wood (directors)
Vikki Barrett
October 26, 1999 (1999-10-26) 319
CatDog celebrate Halloween, with Cat dressed as a famous surfer and Dog dressed as a vampire named "CatDogula", little does CatDog know that Nearberg is in great danger by bloodsucking vampire ticks. Now with Dog a vampire, and himself not, Cat has to dump a massive amount of Garlic juice onto Dog by midnight, or the whole town might turn into vampires.
45 5 "Remain Seated
CatDog Catcher"
Marlene May and Arne Wong
George Chialtas
Steven Banks
Jon Ross
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
Scott Wood (director)
Steven Owen
November 6, 1999 (1999-11-06) 305
Remain Seated — Cat tries to avoid going on a gigantic roller coaster at all costs.
CatDog Catcher — When his money bath doesn't fill up to where he wants it, Rancid makes it law that all dogs, and later all animals, in Nearburg have licenses or else they will be captured and forced to pass a very hard test that includes a fee.
46 6 "Talking Turkey" Russ Mooney Steven Banks Barry Bunce (director)
Paul Young
November 21, 1999 (1999-11-21) 318
Dog tries to save a turkey named Walt from being eaten by Cat and Rancid, but Cat soon takes Dog's side and helps keep their guests' minds on something other than turkey.
47 7 "Shriek on Ice
No Thanks for the Memories"
Eduardo Soriano
Glen Lovett
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
David Earl & Louie Escauriaga
Glen Lovett
December 4, 1999 (1999-12-04) 303
Shriek on Ice — Shriek leaves the Greaser Dogs to become an ice skater.
No Thanks for the Memories — Dog gets amnesia after getting hit in the head, and Cat teaches him to be more like him, only for it to backfire when gets Amnesia again.
48 8 "CatDog 3001
Cloud Bursting"
Nelson Recinos
Ron Myrick
Steven Banks
Robert Lamoreaux and Steven Banks
Dominic Orlando and Scott Wood (directors)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce (director)
Paul Young
December 31, 1999 (1999-12-31) 317
CatDog 3001 — CatDog are sent to the year 3001 to save future Nearburg from Winslow's tyrannical descendant.
Cloud Bursting — Cat sabotages Lola's rain-making machine to win a contest, but his tanning machine ends up drying out the atmosphere.
49 9 "Fire Dog
Dog Show"
Mike Svayko
George Chialtas
Jon Ross
Steven Banks
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce (director)
Paul Young
March 16, 2000 (2000-03-16) 301
Fire Dog — CatDog gets a job at the fire department to get a free meal. But what happens when they're the only one's left to save the day?
Dog Show — In order to win a Dog show and win the grand prize to a luxury resort, CatDog puts on a disguise to hide Cat as the butt. But the competition is steep, especially with a scheming repeat entry.
50 10 "The Geekers
The Golden Hydrant"
Nelson Recinos
Arne Wong
Andrew Gottlieb
Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio
Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Scott Wood (director)
Steven Owen
March 23, 2000 (2000-03-23) 308
The Geekers — CatDog and friends form a rival gang to the Greasers called the Geekers.
The Golden Hydrant — Dog finds the legendary golden hydrant, but Cat prevents him from marking his territory.
51 11 "Lube in Love
Picture This"
George Chialtas
Eduardo Soriano
Steven Banks
Jon Ross
Paul Young
Trevor Bentley (director)
David Earl & Louie Escauriaga
March 23, 2000 (2000-03-23) 309
Lube in Love — Lube falls in love with a socialite while working at a service station. CatDog offer to teach Lube to be a gentleman if he can fix their car for free.
Picture This — Dog becomes obsessed with taking pictures of everyone, even at their most private moments.
52 12 "Stunt CatDog
Greasers in the Mist"
Russ Mooney
Nelson Recinos
Steven Banks
Andrew Gottlieb
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
March 30, 2000 (2000-03-30) 310
Stunt CatDog — CatDog are hired as a stunt double for Randolph, which Cat wants to use as an excuse to kiss Tallula.
Greasers in the Mist — CatDog and Lola seek out the Greasers' weaknesses.
53 13 "Doo Wop Diggety
CatDogumentary"
Eduardo Soriano
Arne Wong
Andrew Gottlieb
Steven Banks
Trevor Bentley (director)
Glen Lovett
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
March 30, 2000 (2000-03-30) 311
Doo Wop Diggety — Winslow organized a doo-wop singing group composed of the Greasers and CatDog.
CatDogumentary — Lola uses the money her boss gave her to make a documentary on CatDog. She then has to make a low-budget documentary because she spent most of her money on an electric hammock.
54 14 "Kooky Prank Day
Back to School"
Arne Wong and Ray Pointer
Arne Wong
Jon Ross and Dan Povenmire
Steven Banks
Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Barrington Bunce (director)
Paul Young
April 1, 2000 (2000-04-01) 320
Kooky Prank Day — On Kooky Prank Day Cat is the butt of all the days' pranks until he prepares his ultimate practical joke.
Back to School — Cat has never gotten his diploma to attend a school reunion dance, and CatDog must go back to high school for a day for Cat to graduate.
55 15 "Monster Truck Folly
CatDog's Gold"
George Chialtas
Eduardo Soriano
Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio
Jon Ross
Barrington Bunce (director)
Paul Young
Trevor Bentley (director)
David Earl & Louie Escauriaga
November 3, 2000 (2000-11-03) 313
Monster Truck Folly — Dog enters Cat and himself into a monster truck rally, but Cat's competitive side soon gets the best of him.
CatDog's Gold — Cat and Lola plot to sell honey made fresh in a beehive, but Dog wants to eat it.
56 16 "Silents Please!
Gorilla My Dreams"
Mike Svayko
Nelson Recinos
Steven Banks and Dan Povenmire
Jon Ross
Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Scott Wood (director)
Steven Owen
May 14, 2001 (2001-05-14) 306
Silents Please! — A double outbreak made up of laryngitis and colorblindness transforms the whole town and the rest of the universe into a scene of a silent film.
Gorilla My Dreams — Mervis and Dunglap's pet gorilla ends up at CatDog's house, and later joins the group at the bowling alley.
57 17 "Seeing Eye Dog
Beware of Cliff"
Robert Porter (supervising)
Eduardo Soriano
Jon Ross
Andrew Gottlieb
Kelly Kennedy (director)
Karen Heathwood
Glen Lovett and Kay Lovett
May 15, 2001 (2001-05-15) 316
Seeing Eye Dog — Dog is hired to be the seeing eye dog for a rich blind man named Mr. Wolfington.
Beware of Cliff — Cliff gets trapped under an enormous pile of weights at the gym. He says that if he ever escapes, he will change his mean ways, and he eventually does so after becoming skinny.
58 18 "Rinky Dinks
Hypno-Teased"
Russ Mooney Jon Ross Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
May 16, 2001 (2001-05-16) 312
Rinky Dinks — CatDog and friends challenge the Greasers to ice hockey on the frozen Lake Nearburg.
Hypno-Teased — Winslow uses Dog's new hypnotism kit to trick Cat into thinking he is invincible.
59 19 "CatDog Candy
Movin' On Up"
Arne Wong
Nelson Recinos
Steven Banks
Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Scott Wood (director)
May 17, 2001 (2001-05-17) 314
CatDog Candy — CatDog accidentally makes the greatest candy ever.
Movin' On Up — CatDog learn that their uncle HorseDuck has died and willed them his lake, and they pack up everything they own to move there.
60 20 "New Cat in Town
CatDog's Booty[f]"
Russ Mooney
TBA
Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio
Steven Banks
Dan Povenmire (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Glen Lovett and Kay Lovett
May 18, 2001 (2001-05-18) 315
New Cat in Town — Eddie is outraged when Cliff will not allow him to sit with the Greasers at the movies. The next day CatDog are introduced to Big Cat, who wants to pound the Greasers.
CatDog's Booty — After Cat reads Dog a bedtime story about pirates, they become intrigued by the idea of finding the fabled lost treasure.

Season 4 (2000–2005)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date Prod.
code
61
62
63
1
2
3
"CatDog and the Great Parent Mystery" Nelson Recinos Steven Banks, Robert Lamoreaux, and Victor Wilson Vicky Barrett, Mario D'anna, Dominic Orlando, Jordan Riechek,
Octavio Rodriguez, Eric Sanford, and Roy Shoshido
November 25, 2000 (2000-11-25) 401-403

The Nearburg parent day festival is happening and CatDog are feeling left out. Dog eventually convinces Cat to go on a parent hunt. Along the way, they run into aliens, a sea monster, hillbillies, and fire ants. Eventually, they find their parents, a frog and sasquatch, only to be told they do not know where CatDog came from and that they are CatDog's foster parents; it turns out they were separated by a tornado when CatDog was a baby. Since then, they have searched for their true parents. Winslow then shows up confronting them for leaving, but when offered to stay, he rejects the idea and leaves. Suddenly, the Greaser Dogs and many of the other characters they've met gang up on them for all the trouble they've caused. Luckily, they are flown back to Nearburg by another tornado. Everyone else was gobbled up by the sea monster that popped up afterwards.

Guest Stars: Billy Bob Thornton as Frog and Jane Krakowski as Sasquatch.
64 4 "Harasslin' Match
Dog the Not-So-Mighty"
Nelson Recinos John Crane
Robert Lamoreaux
Dominic Orlando (director)
Rhoydon Shishido
Paul McEvoy (director)
Vikki Barrett
June 15, 2003 (2003-06-15) 404

Harasslin' Match — Winslow's niece and nephew humiliate their uncle and force him to leave the house, following Winslow's family tradition.
Dog the Not-So-Mighty — Cat refuses to be Dog's superhero sidekick anymore, but then he realizes how popular "Mighty Dog Day" is and wants his position back.

Guest Stars: Peter MacNicol as Runt and Kathy Kinney as Brat.
65 5 "Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye
CatDog in Winslowland"
Nelson Recinos
Russ Mooney
Steven Banks Kelly Armstrong (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
Jordan Reichek (director)
Octavio Rodriguez and Mario D'Anna
March 24, 2004 (2004-03-24) (International)
Unaired in the U.S. (Unaired in the U.S.)
405
Mean Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye — Dog starts a fight at the Mean Bob theater production and causes the actor who plays Mean Bob to lose his memory. CatDog brings him back to their house only for Dog to make him think he is the real Mean Bob.
CatDog in Winslowland — Cat tricks Dog into going into Winslow's house, where they learn of Winslow's secret life.
66 6 "Cat Gone Bad
The Old CatDog and the Sea"
Nelson Recinos Robert Lamoreaux
John Crane
Dominic Orlando (director)
Rhoydon Shishido
Mario D'Anna (director)
Erik Sanford
March 30, 2004 (2004-03-30) 406
Cat Gone Bad — CatDog's new "cool" cat neighbors keep CatDog awake at night, and soon Cat wants to be just as cool as them.
The Old CatDog and the Sea — While appearing on a talk show named "Talkin' with Tallulah", CatDog make up a tale about a catdog who hunts a swordfish named for Saw-Nose.
67 7 "Cone Dog
The Ballad of Ol' 159"
Mike Svayko
Nelson Recinos
Robert Lamoreaux
John Crane
Mario D'Anna (director)
Erik Sanford
Kelly Armstrong (director)
Octavio Rodriguez
June 7, 2005 (2005-06-07) (International)
Unaired in the U.S. (Unaired in the U.S.)
407
Cone Dog — Dog is forced to wear a cone on his head after experiencing an ear injury.
The Ballad of Ol' 159 — Pete the Polecat sings a ballad about a garbage truck called Ol' 159.
68 8 "Vexed of Kin
Meat Dog's Friends"
Nelson Recinos
Mike Svayko
Barry Stringfellow
Steven Banks
Dominic Orlando (director)
Rhoydon Shishido
Paul McEvoy (director)
Vikki Barrett
June 15, 2005 (2005-06-15) (Nicktoons) 408

Vexed of Kin — Cat thinks his parents love Dog more than him.
Meat Dog's Friends — Dog finds out that meat comes from animals, which causes him to have a crisis of conscience since his friends are animals.

Guest Stars: Billy Bob Thornton as Frog and Jane Krakowski as Sasquatch.

Videos[edit]

  1. Together Forever (03/07/2000) Bonus Short: Cat-Diggety Dog Dog Gone/Flea or Die/Diamond Fever/CatDog's End/Work Force
  2. CatDog vs. The Greasers (10/03/2000) Siege on Fort CatDog/Squirrel Dog/Full Moon Fever/Shriek Loves Dog/All You Need is Lube

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode was a short that debuted on the VHS and DVD versions of The Rugrats Movie.
  2. ^ When the surfers are leaving the beach for New Zealand when Cat tries to convince them to stay he says, "We'll do it again like we did last summer." This is a reference to Chubby Checker's song Let's Twist Again. The episode's title is a parody of The Beach Boy's song Surfin' U.S.A.. When the gang sings "Surfin' CatDog" it's a parody of The Beach Boys song Surfin' Safari (song).
  3. ^ This episode is a parody of Jumanji.
  4. ^ The episode's title is a play on "Some Enchanted Evening."
  5. ^ The scene where Cat goes inside-out so he can brush Dog's teeth is widely considered to be one of the most scariest moments in the show.
  6. ^ This was the last episode to use cel-animation.

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