List of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries episodes

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This is a list of episodes from The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries, featuring Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector as globe-trotting detectives.

Series Overview[edit]

Season Episodes U.S. air date
First aired Last aired
1 13 September 9, 1995 (1995-09-09) February 17, 1996 (1996-02-17)
2 8 September 7, 1996 (1996-09-07) February 22, 1997 (1997-02-22)
3 13 September 13, 1997 (1997-09-13) May 16, 1998 (1998-05-16)
4 13 September 19, 1998 (1998-09-19) May 1, 1999 (1999-05-01)
5 5 September 18, 1999 (1999-09-18) February 12, 2000 (2000-02-12)

Episode Guide[edit]

Season 1 (1995–96)[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
1 "The Cat Who Knew Too Much" Tim Cahill
Julie McNally Cahill
James T. Walker September 9, 1995 (1995-09-09)

Granny, along with pets Sylvester, Tweety and Hector are in New Orleans for Tweety's canary crooning contest. However, when Tweety is birdnapped by Rocky and Mugsy, Sylvester gives chase, leaving Granny and Hector to rescue their friends.

  • Villains: Louie Z Anna aka Mr Big Minnie Julep And Rocky and Mugsy
2 "Platinum Wheel of Fortune" Alicia Marie Schudt James T. Walker September 16, 1995 (1995-09-16)

Sylvester and Tweety are in Monte Carlo, Monaco for Granny's Grand Prix race. Unfortunately, Granny is framed for stealing a platinum roulette wheel, so she and Tweety are on the lam until they can clear her name. Meanwhile, Sylvester is pursued all over Monte Carlo by a male skunk (Pepé Le Pew's cousin Pitu Le Pew) who's mistaken him for a female.

  • Villain: Silas Macauber aka the Maid
3 "Double Take" Carolyn Gair-Taylor (story)
Robert Schechter (teleplay)
James T. Walker September 23, 1995 (1995-09-23)

A crimewave occurs in Copenhagen, Denmark, and the culprit appears to be Granny. With Detective Nohans of Interpol watching her every move, Sylvester and Tweety must hunt down the real culprit – an old flame named Moo Goo Guy Pan – before he steals some rare Danish pastries and frames her for that as well.

  • Villain: Moo Goo Guy Pan
4 "A Chip Off the Old Castle" Tom Minton
John P. McCann
Lenord Robinson September 30, 1995 (1995-09-30)

Granny travels to Ireland with Sylvester, Hector and Tweety to investigate the theft of the infamous Blarney Stone. Meanwhile, Sylvester unwittingly discovers a vital clue while keeping watch.

  • Villain: Duffy
5 "Something Fishy Around Here" Chris Otsuki James T. Walker October 7, 1995 (1995-10-07)

Now in Tokyo, Japan, at the Waterland Theme Park, Granny discovers that Charlene, the world's largest tuna, is missing. Upon investigating, however, Sylvester and Tweety run afoul of the local Triad assassins. But is the culprit the ninja assassins, or someone with another plan in mind for the tuna?

  • VIllains: Tunamoto and Alba Core
6 "B2 Or Not B2" Tim Cahill
Julie McCnally
Lenord Robinson November 4, 1995 (1995-11-04)

Granny tries to figure out who's bumping Bingo tournament winners on a cruise she got for a lecture.

  • Villain: Shecky White
7 "Bull Running On Empty" Tom Minton Lenord Robinson November 11, 1995 (1995-11-11)

Granny, Tweety, and Sylvester travel to Spain in search of a thief who has stolen the priceless Pamplona Periscope.

  • Villain: The Spanish Mole aka Senor Gabriel
8 "A Ticket to Crime" Alicia Marie Schudt Lenord Robinson November 18, 1995 (1995-11-18)

Stuck with an array of professional (and equally suspicious) detectives, Granny tries to solve the mystery of their (recently) deceased host's death.

  • Villain: Sam Fudd
9 "The Maltese Canary" Alicia Marie Schudt James T. Walker November 25, 1995 (1995-11-25)

In San Francisco, Granny takes personal command of Sam Spade's office and is visited by Jingleheimascmitt, Joel Ferret and Mr. Greenstreek who all presume that Tweety (is currently on the run from Sylvester) is the very Maltese Canary she seeks.

Villains: Mr. Greenstreak, Joel Ferret and Jingleheimascmitt
10 "It Happened One Night Before Christmas" Tim Cahill
Julie McNally
James T. Walker December 16, 1995 (1995-12-16)
Granny tries to figure out who has her brother's $8,000 he made from his company.
11 "Outback Down Under" Robert Schechter Lenord Robinson January 27, 1996 (1996-01-27)
The sheep in Australian ranches are going missing, and Granny must find out who's doing it.
12 "It's a Plaid, Plaid, Plaid, Plaid World" Tim Cahill
Julie McNally
James T. Walker February 3, 1996 (1996-02-03)
Granny is summoned to Scotland to find out who has stolen their beloved family tartan.
13 "Go Fig" Tom Minton Lenord Robinson February 17, 1996 (1996-02-17)
Granny, Tweety, Hector and Sylvester are asked to investigate rancher Sam Fincus' (Yosemite Sam) missing fig crops.

Season 2 (1996–97)[edit]

Beginning this season, the show switches from half-hour stories to paired fifteen-minute segments.

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
14 "Spaced Out / Autumn's Leaving" Spaced Out: Carolyn Gair-Taylor, Tom Minton and Karl Toerge
Autumn's Leaving: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Spaced Out: James T. Walker
Autumn's Leaving: Karl Toerge
September 7, 1996 (1996-09-07)

Spaced Out: Granny, Sylvester, and Hector accidentally uncover an alien invasion.

Autumn's Leaving: Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety encounter Witch Hazel in a creepy New England forest.
15 "Catch as Catch Cannes / Yodel Recall" Catch as Catch Cannes: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Yodel Recall: John Behnke, Rob Humphrey and Jim Peterson
Al Zegler September 14, 1996 (1996-09-14)

Catch as Catch Cannes: Granny and the gang investigate the theft of film prizes at a festival; Sylvester disguises himself as a Hollywood producer to pursue Tweety.

Yodel Recall: Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector try to solve a mysterious kidnapping of the Von Trump family singers; Sylvester has a run-in with The Abominable Snowman.
16 "Don't Polka Me / The Granny Vanishes" Don't Polka Me: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
The Granny Vanishes: Frank Santopadre
Don't Polka Me: Karl Toerge
The Granny Vanishes: Al Zegler
September 28, 1996 (1996-09-28)

Don't Polka Me: Chaos ensues when accordion reeds are replaced by duck calls at a dance festival; Two cats keep trying to want Tweety for themselves with Sylvester attempting to get him back.

The Granny Vanishes: Tweety searches for Granny on the Orient Express; Moo Goo Guy Pan from the episode "Double Take" returns disguised as Granny again on the Orient Express.
17 "The Scare Up There / If It's Wednesday, This Must Be Holland!" The Scare Up There: John Behnke, Rob Humphrey and Jim Peterson
If It's Wednesday, This Must Be Holland!: Carolyn Gair-Taylor, Tom Minton and Karl Toerge
Karl Toerge November 2, 1996 (1996-11-02)

The Scare Up There: Mischievous gnomes cause chaos for Sylvester on board a plane.

If It's Wednesday, This Must Be Holland: Granny gives a chase to a smuggler who has stolen rare Blue Tulips from Holland.
18 "Curse of De Nile / Hawaii 33 1/3" Curse of De Nile: John Behnke, Rob Humphrey and Jim Peterson
Hawaii 33 1/3: Carolyn Gair-Taylor, Tom Minton and Karl Toerge
Curse of De Nile: Al Zegler
Hawaii 33 1/3: Karl Toerge
November 9, 1996 (1996-11-09)

Curse of De Nile: Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety travel to Egypt to find the missing archaeologist Colonel Rimfire.

Hawaii 33-1/3: Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety investigate the disappearance of Hawaiian Tiki statues.
19 "Keep Your Pantheon / London Broiled" Keep Your Pantheon: John Behnke, Rob Humphrey and Jim Peterson
London Broiled: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Al Zegler November 16, 1996 (1996-11-16)

Keep Your Pantheon: Sylvester steps back in time when he chases Tweety into Pandora's Box.

London Broiled: Granny becomes the next target for the Shropshire Slasher on a trip to London, England; A drip of formula in a lab turns Tweety into a monster on and off which frightens Sylvester. *Note*: The tour that Granny, Sylvester, Tweety, and Hector go on is called The Tragical Mystery Tour. This is a parody of The Beatles album The Magical Mystery Tour.
20 "They Call Me Mr. Lincoln / Froggone It" They Call Me Mr. Lincoln: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Froggone It: Tom Minton
They Call Me Mr. Lincoln: Al Zegler
Froggone It: Karl Toerge
February 15, 1997 (1997-02-15)

They Call Me Mr. Lincoln: Sylvester accidentally uses Abraham Lincoln's sacred toothpick and is forced to leave the state.

Froggone It: Granny and the gang investigate the kidnapping of singing toad Michigan J. Frog from the Warner Brothers Studios.
21 "One Froggy Throat / Mush Ado About Nothing" One Froggy Throat: Tom Minton
Mush Ado About Nothing: Frank Santopadre
One Froggy Throat: Karl Toerge
Mush Ado About Nothing: Al Zegler
February 22, 1997 (1997-02-22)

One Froggy Throat: Sylvester becomes plagued by an opera singing toad (Michigan J. Frog).

Mush Ado About Nothing: Hector and Sylvester are forced to take turns as Granny's new sled dog.

Season 3 (1997–98)[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
22 "The Star of Bombay / Happy Pranksgiving" The Star of Bombay: Carolyn Gair-Taylor, Tom Minton and Karl Toerge
Happy Pranksgiving: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
The Star of Bombay: Karl Toerge
Happy Pranksgiving: Al Zegler
September 13, 1997 (1997-09-13)
  • Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety investigate a missing Indian film star.
  • Granny and the gang try to find the "Sqeegee the Clown" parade balloon.
23 "Is Paris Stinking? / Fangs for the Memories" Is Paris Stinking?: The Trio
Fangs for the Memories: Frank Santopadre and Rick Rodgers
Is Paris Stinking?: Karl Toerge
Fangs for the Memories: Al Zegler
September 20, 1997 (1997-09-20)
  • French authorities ask Granny and the gang to find out what is causing a foul smell in the city.
  • Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety take shelter in a spooky castle which is a home of the vampire Count Blood Count.
24 "Moscow Side Story / Fair's Fair" Moscow Side Story: Alicia Marie Schudt
Fair's Fair: Carolyn Gair-Taylor, Tom Minton and Karl Toerge
Moscow Side Story: Karl Toerge
Fair's Fair: Al Zegler
October 11, 1997 (1997-10-11)
  • In Russia, Granny is hired to find the stolen 'Borscht Belt' that if worn makes the wearer a comedian.
  • At the Idaho State Fair, Tweety finds suspicion in a bake-off. The gang also try to win first prize at the Idaho State Fair pie eating contest.
25 "El Dia de los Pussygatos / 3 Days & 2 Nights of the Condor" El Dia de los Pussygatos: Sam Peterson
3 Days & 2 Nights of the Condor: The Trio
El Dia de los Pussygatos: Karl Toerge
3 Days & 2 Nights of the Condor: Al Zegler
November 1, 1997 (1997-11-01)
  • Granny and the gang's next trip is in Mexico where the Mayor is held at ransom. *Note*: During 'El Dia de los Pussygatos', Tweety's statements are followed by a laugh track.
  • Sylvester and Beaky Buzzard fight over Tweety. Sylvester's scheme to disguise himself as a buzzard backfires when Beaky's Mama falls madly in love with him. In the end, Sylvester becomes trapped in his buzzard costume and is captured by the amorous female bird of prey who chooses him to be her mate.
26 "Yelp / Jeepers Creepers" Yelp: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Jeepers Creepers: Carolyn Gair-Taylor and Karl Toerge
Yelp: Al Zegler
Jeepers Creepers: Karl Toerge
November 15, 1997 (1997-11-15)
  • Granny and the gang try to look for a stolen diamond collar at an international dog show; Granny enters Hector in the dog show; Sylvester gets attacked by dogs while going after Tweety; Charlie Dog makes an appearance.
  • Granny tries to find missing jewels at a party; Sylvester's former partner-in-crime, One-Eyed Jack appears at the party and they have a major fight.
27 "Fleas Release Me / Niagara's Fallen" Fleas Release Me: The Trio
Niagra's Fallen: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Fleas Release Me: Al Zegler
Niagra's Fallen: Karl Toerge
February 7, 1998 (1998-02-07)
  • Granny and the gang must investigate the vanishing of performers at a flea circus.
  • Granny and the gang travel to Niagara Falls to see why the water is being diverted.
28 "Spooker of the House / Furgo" Spooker of the House: Frank Santopadre and Rick Rodgers
Furgo: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Spooker of the House: Karl Toerge
Furgo: Al Zegler
February 14, 1998 (1998-02-14)
  • Howard Taft's ghost haunts Sylvester at The White House.
  • Granny's Nash gets hijacked by Rocky and Mugsy and it's up to her pets to find out what they will do with it.
29 "The Fountain of Funk / Yes, We Have No Canaries" The Fountain of Funk: Tom Minton
Yes, We Have No Canaries: Frank Santopadre and Rick Rodgers
The Fountain of Funk: Karl Toerge
Yes, We Have No Canaries: Al Zegler
February 21, 1998 (1998-02-21)
  • Mr. Bates, a technology nerd wants Granny and the pets to locate the retro 1970s for him.
  • Granny and the pets are summoned to the South Pacific to look for stolen canaries on "Kanary Island" with a "K."
30 "The Shell Game / Rasslin' Rhapsody" The Trio The Shell Game: Karl Toerge
Rasslin' Rhapsody: Al Zegler
February 28, 1998 (1998-02-28)
  • While sailing through exotic Galapagos Islands with Granny and Tweety on a ship, Sylvester falls overboard and is stranded on an island with Tweety where they meet Cecil Turtle.
  • Granny accidentally gets tickets to "Rassle Mania" and is on the case when someone steals the championship belt; Sylvester winds up in the wrestling ring against The Crusher.
31 "Ice Cat-Pades / To Catch a Puddy" Ice Cat-Pades: The Trio
To Catch a Puddy: Alicia Marie Schudt and Karl Toerge
Ice Cat-Pades: Al Zegler
To Catch a Puddy: Karl Toerge
April 25, 1998 (1998-04-25)
  • Babbit and Catstello appear in this Canadian hockey mystery for Granny and the Gang to solve.
  • Sylvester is accidentally mistaken for being a cat burglar.
32 "Family Circles / Sea You Later" Family Circus: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Sea You Later: Tom Minton, Karl Toerge and Carolyn Gair-Taylor
Family Circus: Karl Toerge
Sea You Later: Al Zegler
May 2, 1998 (1998-05-02)
  • Granny and the gang must find the source of the mysterious crop circles; Sylvester encounters Foghorn Leghorn while going after Tweety when Tweety hides out in the chicken coop in Foghorn's nest thinking that Foghorn Leghorn is his parent.
  • Renegade Manatees rampage against Lake Placid sea creatures.
33 "A Case of Red Herring / Roswell That Ends Well" A Case of Red Herring: Alicia Marie Schudt
Roswell That Ends Well: Rick Rodgers and Frank Santopadre
A Case of Red Herring: Al Zegler
Roswell That Ends Well: Karl Toerge
May 9, 1998 (1998-05-09)
  • Granny offers her help to a famous Swedish lawyer.
  • An alien is missing in the New Mexico desert.
34 "A Good Nephew Is Hard To Find / Mirage Sale" A Good Nephew Is Hard To Find: The Crew
Mirage Sale: The Trio
A Good Nephew Is Hard To Find: Karl Toerge
Mirage Sale: Al Zegler
May 16, 1998 (1998-05-16)
  • Granny and her pets go to Tokyo to see her nephew, Paul Freleng.
  • In the Sahara Desert, Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector investigate the case about the disappearance of the Playboy who got drafted in the Foreign Legion.

Season 4 (1998–99)[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
35 "The Stilted Perch / A Game of Cat and Monster!" The Trio The Stilted Perch: Karl Toerge
A Game of Cat and Monster!: Charles Vissser
September 19, 1998 (1998-09-19)
  • At a bed and breakfast, Granny and her pets solves the mystery about the disappearance of Flint Northwood and encounters a magician criminal Granny has recently put in prison.
  • Granny and the pets receive a letter from Colonel Rimfire that he is trapped in the Black Forest in Bavaria. Sylvester is taken by the Vincent Price mad scientist and encounters Gossamer.
36 "You're Thor?! / I Gopher You" You're Thor?!: Carolyn Gair-Taylor
I Gopher You: The Trio
You're Thor?!: Charles Visser
I Gopher You: Karl Toerge
September 26, 1998 (1998-09-26)
  • Vikings hire Granny to look for the golden statue of Thor.
  • Granny is on the case of a cattle herd being stolen from a rustler; the Goofy Gophers are bothered by loud sounds up ground.
37 "Hold the Lyin' King, Please / Suite Mystery of Wife - At Last I Found You..." Hold the Lyin' King, Please: The Trio
Suite Mystery of Wife - At Last I Found You...: Tim Cahill and Julie McNally
Charles Visser October 3, 1998 (1998-10-03)
  • Sylvester trades places with a lion.
  • An Alfred Hitchcock mystery parody has Granny wondering if a mild-mannered scientist is harboring a secret, such as maybe bumping his nagging wife off.
38 "The San Francisco Beat / The Triangle of Terror" The San Francisco Beat: Jim McLean and Brain B. Chin
The Triangle of Terror: The Trio
Karl Toerge October 10, 1998 (1998-10-10)
39 "Casino Evil / Happy Bathday to You" Casino Evil: Frank Santopadre
Happy Bathday to You: The Trio
Casino Evil: Charles Visser
Happy Bathday to You: Karl Toerge
November 7, 1998 (1998-11-07)
  • Granny and the pets go to Las Vegas to help Mr. Winner look for his missing Albino monkey; Sylvester takes in the Albino monkey's place for a show performance.
  • Granny and her pets go to Baths, England where they explore a bath factory; Tweety celebrates his birthday.
40 "The Rotha-Khan / Good Bird Hunting" The Rotha-Khan: Brian Chin
Good Bird Hunting: The Trio
The Rotha-Khan: Karl Toerge
Good Bird Hunting: Charles Visser
November 21, 1998 (1998-11-21)
  • In Mongolia, Sylvester accidentally breaks the cemented footprints of the mighty Rotha Khan, the founder of the town and it lands Granny in jail; Sylvester and Hector encounters Rotha Khan in person.
  • While Granny is trekking South America searching for a long-lost ancient idol, Sylvester finds it and the idol makes him mighty and strong; Pete Puma pursues after Tweety.
41 "Feather Christmas / A Fist Full of Lutefisk" Feather Christmas: Carolyn Gair-Taylor
A Fist Full of Lutefisk: The Trio
Feather Christmas: Charles Visser
A Fist Full of Lutefisk: Karl Toerge
December 12, 1998 (1998-12-12)
December 26, 1998 (1998-12-26)
  • During the holidays in New England, Granny and the gang helps get back a little girl's bird that is delivered to a pet shop that the parents sent it.
  • At Trondheim, Norway during New Year's Eve, Granny and her pets solve a mystery about a giant taking the town's lutefish.
42 "Venice, Anyone? / The Fifty Karat Furball" Venice, Anyone?: Frank Santopadre
The Fifty Karat Furball: The Trio
Venice, Anyone?: Karl Toerge
The Fifty Karat Furball: Charles Visser
January 23, 1999 (1999-01-23)
January 16, 1999 (1999-01-16)
  • While vacationing at Venice, Italy, Granny, Sylvester and Tweety must find out who is behind the water disappearing.
  • Granny brings her pets along to a crime-solvers convention in Crimea where Rocky and Mugsy plan to steal the I of Istanbul which Sylvester accidentally swallows.
43 "Son of Roswell That Ends Well / A Mynah Problem" Son of Roswell That Ends Well: Brian B. Chin and Karl Toerge
A Mynah Problem: The Trio
Son of Roswell That Ends Well: Karl Toerge
A Mynah Problem: Charles Visser
January 30, 1999 (1999-01-30)
February 6, 1999 (1999-02-06)
  • While renting a relative's cottage for the summer, Granny gets mad when the satellite dish goes out and she and her pets go up in space to go get a general who has dog-like behavior. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Lift Off
  • In New Zealand, Granny investigates the case about the missing Mynah Bird; Sylvester goes after the Mynah Bird and wants to eat it.
44 "Whatever Happened to Shorty Twang / A Big Knight Out" Whatever Happened to Shorty Twang: Brian B. Chin and Karl Toerge
A Big Knight Out: The Trio
Whatever Happened to Shorty Twang: Karl Toerge
A Big Knight Out: Charles Visser
February 13, 1999 (1999-02-13)
February 20, 1999 (1999-02-20)
  • Granny and the gang investigates the disappearance of a country singing star in Nashville.
  • Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector go to a medieval festival where someone has stolen King Arthur's stone that holds his sword.
45 "Brussels Sprouts / The Golden Bird of Shangri-Claw" Brussels Sprouts: Brian Chin
The Golden Bird of Shangri-Claw: The Trio
Brussels Sprouts: Karl Toerge
The Golden Bird of Shangri-Claw: Charles Visser
February 27, 1999 (1999-02-27)
  • Granny must find out who has taken the statue of Napoleon; Granny poses Hector as Napoleon to get the thieves.
  • At Mount Everest, Granny investigates to see why it's no longer the tallest mountain in the world; Sylvester and Tweety fall down from Mount Everest and lands at "Shangri-Claw" where all the cats think Tweety is the golden bird.
46 "When Granny Ruled the Earth / Dutch Tweet" When Granny Ruled the Earth: Brian Chin
Dutch Tweet: The Trio
When Granny Ruled the Earth: Karl Toerge
Dutch Tweet: Charles Visser
March 27, 1999 (1999-03-27)
  • Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector have ancestors in a documentary back in prehistoric times.
  • In Amsterdam, Granny is there to bid on a windmill figurine which has Rembrandt's famous night watch and loses her glasses and two thieves try to take the figurine for the night watch.
47 "Bayou on The Half Shell / Seeing Double" Bayou on The Half Shell: Brian Chin
Seeing Double: Tom Minton
Bayou on The Half Shell: Karl Toerge
Seeing Double: Charles Visser
May 1, 1999 (1999-05-01)
  • A giant crawdad is on the loose at the Bayou and Granny and Tweety are on the case; Hector and Sylvester are put in obedience school.
  • Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector go to "Happy Pet Village" for a tour. Meanwhile, Tweety meets Orson (Orson is really the classic design of Tweety who was featherless in 3 Bob Clampett shorts) and they both drive Sylvester crazy and confused.

Season 5 (1999–2000)[edit]

Beginning this season, the show switches from traditional hand-painted cels to digital ink and paint.

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
48 "This is The Kitty / Eye For An Aye Aye" This is The Kitty: Brian Chin
Eye For An Aye Aye: The Trio
This is The Kitty: Karl Toerge
Eye For An Aye Aye: Charles Visser
September 18, 1999 (1999-09-18)
  • Granny narrates and is a souvenir volunteer at the city zoo while Sylvester is trying to pursue Tweety who lets a Jack Webb like detective and animals get in his way.
  • In Madagascar, Granny and the gang are in a souvenir shop and discovers Captain Kidd's missing treasure map and they go treasure-hunting for it while Yosemite Sam and his lemur crew try to get it for themselves.
49 "When Harry Met Salieri / The Early Woim Gets the Boid" When Harry Met Salieri: Frank Santopadre
The Early Woim Gets the Boid: The Trio
When Harry Met Salieri: Karl Toerge
The Early Woim Gets the Boid: Charles Visser
September 25, 1999 (1999-09-25)
  • In Vienna, Austria, Granny, Sylvester and Tweety investigates ghosts are stealing the sound of music.
  • While in Sole, Korea, Granny's old friend, Mr. Kim who owns a silk factory, discovers his worms are disappearing and only has one more left and Granny leaves Sylvester to watch it so nothing happens.
50 "Blackboard Jumble / What's The Frequency, Kitty?" Brian B. Chin Blackboard Jumble: Karl Toerge
What's The Frequency, Kitty?: Charles Visser
November 20, 1999 (1999-11-20)
  • Sylvester and Hector face against each other in a battle of blackboard brouhaha.
  • Sylvester runs from an overly-friendly ghost named Spooky in a mansion; Marvin the Martian and K-9 make a cameo appearance at the end.
51 "Dial V for Veterinarian / California's Crusty Bronze" Dial V for Veterinarian: Dave Cunningham and Karl Toerge
California's Crusty Bronze: Tom Minton
Dial V for Veterinarian: Karl Toerge
California's Crusty Bronze: Charles Visser
February 5, 2000 (2000-02-05)
  • Granny takes her pets to the veterinarian.
  • A restaurant in Los Angeles is under threat, so Granny tries to solve who is ruining the restaurant's reputation.
52 "The Tail End? / This Is the End" The Tail End?: The Trio
This is the End: Karl Toerge
The Tail End?: Charles Visser
This is the End: Karl Toerge
February 12, 2000 (2000-02-12)
  • Scientists at the Manx Institute have developed a Manx mouse - and it's gone missing. Everyone suspects Sylvester and chases after him. The Manx brotherhood wants to cut off his tail. Can Granny solve the case?
  • Sylvester finally eats Tweety, but he's thrown in jail and the show is canceled resulting in the world crashing down on him. In the present day when Tweety woke Sylvester up from his nightmare, he had one last attempt to eat him but Tweety pleads for real to not do it this time. With a hug, their friendship is reconciled and restored.

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