Tom and Jerry Tales
|Tom and Jerry Tales|
|Created by||William Hanna
|Based on||Tom and Jerry
|Developed by||Joseph Barbera
|Written by||Joseph Barbera
|Directed by||Neal Sternecky
|Voices of||Don Brown
|Country of origin||United States (production and broadcast)
Canada (voice acting)
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26 (whole)
78 (segments) (list of episodes)
|Executive producer(s)||Joseph Barbera (season 1) and Rob LaDuca|
|Running time||23 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Warner Bros. Animation
Turner Entertainment Co.
Toon City Animation, Inc.
Wang Film Productions
Cuckoo's Nest Studios
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Original network||The CW|
16:9 (Cropped to 4:3 in most television broadcasts)
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Original release||September 23, 2006– March 22, 2008|
|Preceded by||Tom & Jerry Kids (1990–1993)|
|Followed by||The Tom and Jerry Show (2014–present)|
|Related shows||Tom and Jerry (1940–2005)|
Tom and Jerry Tales is an animated television series that ran in the United States from September 23, 2006 to March 22, 2008 on The CW, spanning 26 episodes and 2 seasons (with 13 episodes in each season). The series stars the title characters from the Tom and Jerry shorts, and also is the first made-for-television iteration of the cartoons to emulate the theatrical shorts.
- Don Brown as Tom Cat, Droopy (season 1)
- Samuel Vincent as Jerry Mouse, Kid
- Michael Donovan as Spike, Droopy, Topsy (season 2)
- Colin Murdock as Butch, Lightning
- Reece Thompson (season 1), Chantal Strand (seasons 1–2) as Nibbles
- Nicole Oliver as Mammy Two Shoes (named as 'Mrs. Two Shoes' in this series)
- Tom Cat
- Jerry Mouse
- Mrs. Two Shoes
- Toodles Galore
This is the first Tom and Jerry television series produced in the 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio (which was aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, though cropped to 4:3 fullscreen aspect ratio on The CW and Boomerang in the United States).
Tom and Jerry co-creator Joseph Barbera served as an executive producer before his death, and received story credit on some short cartoons, of the show's first season, produced by Warner Bros. Animation in 2005. Each episode consists of three short cartoons with approximately the same runtime as the original theatrical shorts. Also, each of the three shows that air in a 30-minute episode have some type of theme.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume One was released on October 3, 2006. The episodes include: Ho Ho Horrors / Doggone Hill Hog / Northern Light Fish Fight / Way-Off Broadway / Egg Beats / Cry Uncle / Joy Riding Jokers / Cat Got Your Luggage? / City Dump Chumps / Tiger Cat / Feeding Time / Polar Peril. Released in the UK as Volume Four.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume Two was released on May 15, 2007. The episodes include: Octo Suave / Beach Bully Bingo / Treasure Map Scrap / Fire Breathing Tom Cat / Medieval Menace / The Itch / Digital Dilemma / Hi, Robot / Tomcat Jetpack / Piranha Be Loved By You / Spook House Mouse / Abracadumb. Released in the UK as Volume One.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume Three was released on December 4, 2007. The episodes include: Bats What I Like About the South / Fraidy Cat Scat / Tomb it May Concern / Cat Nebula / Martian Mice / Spaced Out Cat / Din-O-Sores / Freaky Tiki / Prehisterics / Destruction Junction / Battle of the Power Tools / Jackhammered Cat / Tin Cat of Tomorrow / Beefcake Tom / Tomcat Superstar. Released in the UK as Volume Two.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume Four was released on March 11, 2008. The episodes include: Zent Out of Shape / I Dream of Meanie / Which Witch / More Powers to You / Catch Me Though You Can't / Power Tom / Don't Bring Your Pet to School Day / Cat Show Catastrophe / The Cat Whisperer with Casper Lombardo / Adventures in Penguin Sitting / Cat of Prey / Jungle Love. Released in the UK as Volume Three.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume Five was released on August 12, 2008. The episodes include: Invasion of the Body Slammers / Monster Con / Over the River and Boo the Woods / Xtreme Trouble / A Life Less Guarded / Sasquashed / Summer Squashing / League of Cats / Little Big Mouse / Bend it Like Thomas / Endless Bummer / Game Set Match.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume Six was released on February 3, 2009. The episodes include: The Declaration of Independunce / Kitty Hawked / 24 Karat Kat / Hockey Schtick / Snow Brawl / Snow Mouse / DJ Jerry / Kitty Cat Blues / Flamenco Fiasco / You're Lion / Kangadoofus / Monkey Chow / Game of Mouse & Cat / Babysitting Blues / Catfish Follies.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: Volumes 1-3 was released on September 15, 2009. This collection includes the first three volumes.
- Tom and Jerry Tales: The Complete First Season, a two-disc set with the first thirteen episodes, was released on April 13, 2010. It was re-released on July 24, 2012 as part of Cartoon Network's 20th Anniversary.
- Tom and Jerry: The Deluxe Anniversary Collection, a two-disc set (Game of Mouse & Cat only on disc 2), was released on June 22, 2010.
- Tom and Jerry Fun Pack, a three-disc set (Tom and Jerry Tales: Volume One on disc 3), was released on June 28, 2011.
- Tom and Jerry: Fur Flying Adventures: Volume 2 was released on July 5, 2011. Four episodes include: Monster Con / The Declaration of Independunce / Kitty Hawked / Which Witch! It was re-released on October 7, 2014 as Tom and Jerry and Friends: Volume 2.
- Tom and Jerry: Fur Flying Adventures: Volume 3 was released on October 4, 2011. Eight episodes include: Beach Bully Bingo / A Life Less Guarded / Northern Light Fish Fight / Doggone Hill Dog / Sasquashed / Snow Mouse / Spook House Mouse / Don't Bring Your Pet to School.
- Tom and Jerry: In a Dog House was released on March 6, 2012. Nine episodes include: 24 Karat Kat / Destruction Junction / Beefcake Tom / Bend It Like Thomas / Game Set Match / Feeding Time / DJ Jerry / Beach Bully Bingo / A Life Less Guarded.
- Tom and Jerry: Summer Holidays was released on March 6, 2012. Two episodes include: Beach Bully Bingo / A Life Less Guarded.
All six volumes were later released in 2-packs.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||Home media release dates (Region 1)|
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||September 23, 2006||May 5, 2007||October 3, 2006 (Volume 1)
May 15, 2007 (Volume 2)
December 4, 2007 (Volume 3)
April 13, 2010 (Full season release)
|2||13||September 22, 2007||March 22, 2008||March 11, 2008 (Volume 4)
August 12, 2008 (Volume 5)
February 3, 2009 (Volume 6)
Season 1 (2006–07)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original air date||Prod.
|1a||1a||"Tiger Cat"||Neal Sternecky||Charles Schneider||Kevin Frank||September 23, 2006||110a|
|An artistic monkey paints Tom to look like a tiger.|
|1b||1b||"Feeding Time"||Neal Sternecky||Eric Donald and Jim Gomez||Dave Bennett||September 23, 2006||110b|
|Jerry frames Tom for feeding zoo animals so Spike can fire him.|
|1c||1c||"Polar Peril"||Neal Sternecky||Richard Pursel||Bob Foster||September 23, 2006||110c|
|A polar bear protects Jerry from Tom and Butch.|
|2a||2a||"Joy Riding Jokers"||Douglas McCarthy||Charles Schneider||James Lopez||September 30, 2006||109a|
|Spike and Toodles mistakes Tom and Jerry for valets.|
|2b||2b||"Cat Got Your Luggage?"||Douglas McCarthy||Richard Pursel||Charles Visser||September 30, 2006||109b|
|Tom and Jerry trash a fancy hotel lobby.|
|2c||2c||"City Dump Chumps"||Douglas McCarthy||Robert Ramirez||Norma Rivera Klingler||September 30, 2006||109c|
|Tom and Butch fight over Jerry in a junkyard.|
|3a||3a||"Way-Off Broadway"||Tim Maltby||Eric Donald and Jim Gomez||Jennifer Coyle||October 7, 2006||108a|
|Tom and Jerry play musical instruments.|
|3b||3b||"Egg Beats"||Tim Maltby||Eric Donald and Jim Gomez||Lyndon Ruddy||October 7, 2006||108b|
|Jerry's music causes Tom's hen to lay eggs quickly.|
|3c||3c||"Cry Uncle"||Tim Maltby||Matt Wayne||Julian Chaney and James C. Smith||October 7, 2006||108c|
|Jerry's uncle returns for a visit and sings.|
|4a||4a||"Bats What I Like About the South"||Tim Maltby||Robert Ramirez||Lyndon Ruddy||October 28, 2006||102a|
|Jerry disguises himself as a bat to scare Tom.|
|4b||4b||"Fraidy Cat Scat"||Tim Maltby||Charles Schneider||Jennifer Coyle||October 28, 2006||102b|
|Jerry pretends to be a skull by hiding inside of it and scaring Tom.|
|4c||4c||"Tomb It May Concern"||Tim Maltby||Story by: Charles Schneider
Teleplay by: Richard Pursel
|Dan Kubat||October 28, 2006||102c|
|Tom and Jerry find gold inside a pyramid.|
|5a||5a||"Din-O-Sores"||Tim Maltby||Charles Schneider||Julian Chaney||November 4, 2006||111a|
|Tom and Jerry discover their world is full of dinosaur eggs.|
|5b||5b||"Freaky Tiki"||Tim Maltby||Charles Schneider||Jennifer Coyle||November 4, 2006||111b|
|A mystical tiki puts Tom and Jerry under a spell.|
|5c||5c||"Prehisterics"||Tim Maltby||Richard Pursel and Matt Wayne||Lyndon Ruddy||November 4, 2006||111c|
|In prehistoric times, Tom and Jerry's ancestors outwit each other.|
|6a||6a||"Digital Dilemma"||Neal Sternecky||Tom Minton||Kevin Frank||November 11, 2006||104a|
|Tom's computer traps him and Jerry in a virtual world.|
|6b||6b||"Hi, Robot"||Neal Sternecky||Matt Wayne||Dave Bennett||November 11, 2006||104b|
|Tom makes a robotic girl mouse to catch Jerry.|
|6c||6c||"Tomcat Jetpack"||Neal Sternecky||Robert Ramirez||Ken Boyer||November 11, 2006||104c|
|Tom dons an experimental flying suit.|
|7a||7a||"Fire Breathing Tom Cat"||Douglas McCarthy||Story by: Earl Kress and Richard Pursel
Teleplay by: Earl Kress
|David M. Stephan||February 3, 2007||103a|
|The king sends Tom to slay a dragon.|
|7b||7b||"Medieval Menace"||Douglas McCarthy||Robert Ramirez||Norma Rivera Klingler||February 3, 2007||103b|
|Tom is captured and thrown into a dungeon.|
|7c||7c||"The Itch"||Douglas McCarthy||Story by: Joe Barbera and Matt Wayne
Teleplay by: Matt Wayne
|Charles Visser||February 3, 2007||103c|
|Jerry wants to join a band of rats, whose music causes everyone to itch.|
|8a||8a||"Ho, Ho Horrors"||Neal Sternecky||Story by: Richard Pursel
Teleplay by: Eric Donald and Jim Gomez
|Dave Bennett||February 10, 2007||101a|
|Jerry enters Tom's dream and turns it into a nightmare, resulting in both of them trashing their entire house in their sleep.|
|8b||8b||"Doggone Hill Hog"||Neal Sternecky||Richard Pursel||Kevin Frank||February 10, 2007||101b|
|Spike tackles Tom and Jerry in the snow.|
|8c||8c||"Northern Light Fish Fight"||Neal Sternecky||Story by: Richard Pursel
Teleplay by: Charles Schneider
|Ken Boyer and Kirk Hansen||February 10, 2007||101c|
|Tom and Jerry fight over a fish.|
|9a||9a||"Cat Nebula"||Douglas McCarthy||Story by: Richard Pursel and Earl Kress
Teleplay by: Earl Kress
|Charles Visser||February 17, 2007||106a|
|In outer space in the future, Jerry is captain of a mouse-run freighter (Nibbles) and Tom is a green-skinned alien.|
|9b||9b||"Martian Mice"||Douglas McCarthy||Meredith Jennings-Offen||Norma Rivera Klingler||February 17, 2007||106b|
|At a farm, giant-sized mice from Mars mistakenly abduct Tom and Jerry.|
|9c||9c||"Spaced Out Cat"||Douglas McCarthy||Eric Donald and Jim Gomez||David M. Stephen||February 17, 2007||106c|
|Tom tries to win Toodles back from Spike by building a spaceship and being the first one to get to the moon.|
|10a||10a||"Octo Suave"||Neal Sternecky||Richard Pursel||Kevin Frank and Neal Sternecky||February 24, 2007||107a|
|An octopus mistakenly tries to woo Tom.|
|10b||10b||"Beach Bully Bingo"||Neal Sternecky||Richard Pursel||Bob Foster and Neal Sternecky||February 24, 2007||107b|
|Spike and Butch surf fight at the beach Bingo.|
|10c||10c||"Treasure Map Scrap"||Neal Sternecky||Eric Donald and Jim Gomez||Dave Bennett||February 24, 2007||107c|
|Jerry tries to find a treasure in the sea.|
|11a||11a||"Destruction Junction"||Douglas McCarthy||Charles Schneider||Charles Visser||March 3, 2007||112a|
|Spike is put in charge of the rest of a building's construction while the crew are in hospitalized after suffering an extreme case of splinters.|
|11b||11b||"Battle of the Power Tools"||Douglas McCarthy||Bradley Zweig||Brian Mitchell and Charles Visser||March 3, 2007||112b|
|Tom and Jerry, formerly homeless, become rich overnight shortly after their numbers come in, so they split their millions and each sets out to build a mansion across from each other.|
|11c||11c||"Jackhammered Cat"||Douglas McCarthy||Earl Kress||Norma Rivera Klingler||March 3, 2007||112c|
|Tom and Jerry stumble into a feast, guarded by Spike, at a construction site to which neither the cat nor mouse are invited.|
|12a||12a||"Tin Cat of Tomorrow"||Neal Sternecky||Earl Kress||Dave Bennett||April 28, 2007||113a|
|Fed up with Tom failing to catch Jerry, Mrs. Two-Shoes orders a robotic cat to replace Tom.|
|12b||12b||"Beefcake Tom"||Neal Sternecky||Mark Turosz||Bob Foster and Charles Visser||April 28, 2007||113b|
|Tom enrolls at a gym.|
|12c||12c||"Tomcat Superstar"||Neal Sternecky||Richard Pursel||Kevin Frank||April 28, 2007||113c|
|Tom quits show business and retires to a farm.|
|13a||13a||"Piranha Be Loved By You"||Tim Maltby||Meredith Jennings-Offen||Lyndon Ruddy||May 5, 2007||105a|
|A piranha makes it hard for Tom to win Toodles' affection.|
|13b||13b||"Spook House Mouse"||Tim Maltby||Story by: Charles Schneider
Teleplay by: Richard Pursel
|Julian Chaney and Dan Kubat||May 5, 2007||105b|
|Tom and Jerry's antics lead them into a haunted house.|
|13c||13c||"Abracadumb"||Tim Maltby||Charles Schneider||Jennifer Coyle||May 5, 2007||105c|
|Tom and Jerry engage in a magic duel.|
Season 2 (2007–08)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original air date||Prod.
|14a||1a||"More Powers to You"||TJ House||Christopher Painter||Nondas Korodimos and TJ House||September 22, 2007||202a|
|Tom must guard the power rings of a team of superheroes from supervillain "Doom Dog" (Spike).|
|14b||1b||"Catch Me Though You Can't"||TJ House||Joe Purdy||Kevin Frank||September 22, 2007||202b|
|Jerry is zapped by a speed ray, making him faster-than-ever.|
|14c||1c||"Power Tom"||TJ House||Charles Schneider||Neal Sternecky||September 22, 2007||202c|
|Tom and Jerry fall into a garden hole where they find the basement headquarters of a female superheroine.|
|15a||2a||"Zent Out of Shape"||Tim Maltby||Christopher Painter||Dave Bennett||September 29, 2007||201a|
|Buddhist monk Tom tries to achieve inner peace.|
|15b||2b||"I Dream of Meanie"||Tim Maltby||Christopher Painter||Marcus Williams||September 29, 2007||201b|
|Spike, as a genie, must grant wishes.|
|15c||2c||"Which Witch"||Tim Maltby||Tom Minton||Julian Chaney||September 29, 2007||201c|
|Tom must obtain a mouse for a witch's potion.|
|16a||3a||"Don't Bring Your Pet to School Day"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||October 6, 2007||203a|
|Tom attends show-and-tell at an elementary school. His owner in this segment is Nancy, the little girl from the 1943 cartoon Baby Puss returns, as she wants to win the gold star for best pet.|
|16b||3b||"Cat Show Catastrophe"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||October 6, 2007||203b|
|Jerry and Tuffy try to ruin Tom's chances at a cat show.|
|16c||3c||"The Cat Whisperer with Casper Lombardo"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||October 6, 2007||203c|
|Tom's owner hires a trainer to make him behave.|
|17a||4a||"Adventures in Penguin Sitting"||Tim Maltby||Robert Ramirez||Dave Bennett||October 13, 2007||204a|
|Jerry and an escaped penguin become friends.|
|17b||4b||"Cat of Prey"||Tim Maltby||Tom Minton||Julian Chaney||October 13, 2007||204b|
|Tom, who is hungry, seeks to catch and eat Jerry, who is the star of the show at a local ocean theme park along with a bald eagle, but he is thwarted by the eagle, a seal and an octopus.|
|17c||4c||"Jungle Love"||Tim Maltby||Robert Ramirez||Lyndon Ruddy||October 13, 2007||204c|
|Jerry makes friends with a baby rhinoceros.|
|18a||5a||"Invasion of the Body Slammers"||TJ House||Christopher Painter||Neal Sternecky, Nondas Korodimos, and Akis Dimitrakopoulos||October 27, 2007||205a|
|A green shapeshifter emerges from an alien spaceship that lands near Tom and Jerry's house.|
|18b||5b||"Monster Con"||TJ House||Brad Birch||Andy Suriano and Marcus Williams||October 27, 2007||205b|
|Tom uses some of Van Helsing's equipment to catch Jerry, but catches a few ghosts instead.|
|18c||5c||"Over the River and Boo the Woods"||TJ House||Joe Purdy||Kevin Frank and Mary Hanley||October 27, 2007||205c|
|Tom and Jerry end up in a cursed forest.|
|19a||6a||"Xtreme Trouble"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||November 3, 2007||206a|
|Tom and Jerry resume their usual chases through extreme sports equipment – from skateboarding to roller-skating.|
|19b||6b||"A Life Less Guarded"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||November 3, 2007||206b|
|Tom competes against Droopy as a role for lifeguard at the local pool.|
|19c||6c||"Sasquashed"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||November 3, 2007||206c|
|Whilst on a camping trip, Tom, Jerry and Tuffy encounter a sasquatch.|
|20a||7a||"Summer Squashing"||Tim Maltby||Christopher Keenan||Dave Bennett||November 10, 2007||207a|
|Tom is assigned to guard his owner's garden against pests, including Jerry and a clan of harvest mice, all of whom resembling him (only with different-colored bandanas).|
|20b||7b||"League of Cats"||Tim Maltby||Richard Pursel||Lyndon Ruddy||November 10, 2007||207b|
|Butch recruits Tom to join the League of Cats, a secret organization of cats who work together to catch mice.|
|20c||7c||"Little Big Mouse"||Tim Maltby||Christopher Keenan||Julian Chaney||November 10, 2007||207c|
|While Tom and his owner are sleeping by the refrigerator, Jerry steals all the food.|
|21a||8a||"Bend It Like Thomas"||TJ House||Tom Minton||Neal Sternecky||December 1, 2007||208a|
|Tom torments Jerry, Spike and Eagle with his soccer skills.|
|21b||8b||"Endless Bummer"||TJ House||Richard Pursel||Nondas Korodimos||December 1, 2007||208b|
|Tom, Jerry and Droopy take part in a surfing competition.|
|21c||8c||"Game Set Match"||TJ House||Eric Shaw||Kevin Frank||December 1, 2007||208c|
|Spike makes Tom teach his son Tyke how to play tennis.|
|22a||9a||"The Declaration of Independunce"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||December 8, 2007||209a|
|Tom loses the Declaration of Independence when he makes it into a paper airplane and must set out to retrieve it.|
|22b||9b||"Kitty Hawked"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||December 8, 2007||209b|
|Jerry, now an elderly museum tour guide, talks about his part in the Wright brothers' aerial experiments.|
|22c||9c||"24 Karat Kat"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||December 8, 2007||209c|
|Tom and Butch are claim jumpers in the 19th Century at a Sutter's Mill, scheming to steal gold from Jerry's claim.|
|23a||10a||"Hockey Schtick"||Tim Maltby||Jim Gomez||Julian Chaney||February 2, 2008||210a|
|Jerry decides to freeze the pond and go figure skating, only to be thwarted by Tom playing hockey.|
|23b||10b||"Snow Brawl"||Tim Maltby||Christopher Painter||Dave Bennett||February 2, 2008||210b|
|Jerry engages Tom in a snowball fight that gets out of control.|
|23c||10c||"Snow Mouse"||Tim Maltby||Charles Schneider||Lyndon Ruddy||February 2, 2008||210c|
|During a chase in a forest, Tom and Jerry encounter a giant abominable snowmouse.|
|24a||11a||"DJ Jerry"||TJ House||Richard Pursel||Akis Dimitrakopoulos and Garrett O'Donoghue||February 9, 2008||211a|
|Tom is in charge of guarding his owner's record store but has trouble doing so, courtesy of a rap DJ club for rodents run by Jerry.|
|24b||11b||"Kitty Cat Blues"||TJ House||TJ House||TJ House, Warren Leonhardt, and Neal Sternecky||February 9, 2008||211b|
|Tom tries to woo a potential girlfriend by giving Jerry to her as a gift.|
|24c||11c||"Flamenco Fiasco"||TJ House||Christopher Painter||Neal Sternecky||February 9, 2008||211c|
|Jerry and his girlfriend enter a flamenco dance contest against Tom and Toodles.|
|25a||12a||"You're Lion"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Eric Jacobson, Spike Brandt, and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||March 8, 2008||212a|
|Tom visits the African veldt to see his lion relatives and give them Jerry as a present, but the lions would rather eat Tom as well as Jerry.|
|25b||12b||"Kangadoofus"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||March 8, 2008||212b|
|In the Australian Outback, Jerry is adopted by a very protective momma kangaroo.|
|25c||12c||"Monkey Chow"||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone||March 8, 2008||212c|
|While Tom and his owner are touring an exotic monkey garden in Malaysia, Jerry lets loose a monkey.|
|26a||13a||"Game of Mouse & Cat"||Frank Molieri||Christopher Painter||Julian Chaney and Frank Molieri||March 22, 2008||213a|
|Thanks to a VR setup, Jerry plays a game in which Tom is scared of him.|
|26b||13b||"Babysitting Blues"||Tim Maltby||Richard Pursel||Dave Bennett||March 22, 2008||213b|
|Tom and Jerry babysit their nephews.|
|26c||13c||"Catfish Follies"||Tim Maltby||Richard Pursel||Lyndon Ruddy and Hyunsook Cho||March 22, 2008||213c|
|Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover Butch (in this segment portrayed as a catfish, rather than an actual cat) who wants to eat Jerry, while Tom wants to eat the catfish.|
On October 31, 2006, a video game based on the show was released for the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance. Developed by Sensory Sweep Studios, it was published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and distributed by Eidos Interactive. The player plays as Jerry to get Tom in trouble. Many minor characters from the show make cameo appearances in the game such as the female robotic mouse from the short "Hi, Robot."
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