Where My Dogs At?

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Where My Dogs At?
Genre Comedy
Created by Aaron Matthew Lee
Jeff Ross
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Executive producer(s) Michael Bloom
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Enough With The Bread Already Productions
MTV Animation
Six Point Harness
Original network MTV2
Original release June 10 (2006-06-10) – July 29, 2006 (2006-07-29)

Where My Dogs At? is an animated television series created by Aaron Matthew Lee and Jeff Ross that aired on MTV2 as part of its Sic'emation lineup. The series aired from June 10, 2006, to July 29, 2006.


The show revolves around Buddy, a beagle separated from his 10-year-old owner Jeffy in Elizabeth, New Jersey, and Woof, a large bulldog (to whom Buddy refers as obsessed) who runs away from his owner. Both canines try to survive in the streets of Hollywood and avoid conflict with the Dog Catcher. The show lampoons celebrity stardom in various ways; for example, many of the characters based on real celebrities have other voice actors impersonating their voices (such as Steve-O from Jackass and Wildboyz, who appeared in the third episode). The animation for the show was produced at 6 Point Harness.



No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 "Ugly Beagle Meets Pig Dog" TBA TBA June 10, 2006 (2006-06-10)
Buddy and Woof get a celebrity treatment from Lindsay Lohan and are adopted by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, but canines are having trouble with Maddox.
2 "Buddy and Woof Do the Movie Awards" TBA TBA June 17, 2006 (2006-06-17)
Buddy and Woof break out of the Hollywood Dog Pound and try to get on TV at the MTV Movie Awards (which is hosted by Jimmy Fallon after Dave Chappelle got injured in the intro), since Buddy's owner watches every year and will hopefully see him. Unfortunately for Buddy and Woof, the Dog Catcher is attending the MTV Movie Awards. Celebrities mocked include Paris Hilton, 50 Cent, Jimmy Fallon, Andy Dick, Jack Black, and Jessica Simpson. Other celebrities mocked include Eminem. Other celebrities mocked with non-speaking roles include Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks & Young Buck.
3 "Being with the Browns" TBA TBA June 24, 2006 (2006-06-24)
Buddy and Woof go to the Hollywood Celebrity Dog Park, where they end up being taken home by Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston.
4 "Woofie Loves Snoop" TBA TBA July 1, 2006 (2006-07-01)
Buddy and Woof get adopted by Snoop Dogg. Buddy's excited that Snoop's upcoming tour with Eminem will go to Jersey, only to find Snoop retiring from rap. Buddy and Woof then conspire to get Snoop back in the rap game by creating a feud with Snoop's next door neighbor, Hilary Duff.
5 "The War On Tara" TBA TBA July 8, 2006 (2006-07-08)
After Tara Reid announces the official end of her career, Buddy and Woof end up at a rehab facility with her. That's where they meet Mariah Carey, Russell Crowe and Janet Jackson, as well as Andy Dick, who helps the dogs escape.
6 "Jacko Comes Backo" TBA TBA July 15, 2006 (2006-07-15)
The dogs want to move into Michael Jackson's abandoned Neverland Ranch, but first they must fight off PETA and Jennifer Lopez.
7 "The One About Jilted Jen" TBA TBA July 22, 2006 (2006-07-22)
Vince Vaughn gives the dogs to girlfriend Jennifer Aniston to keep her company while he's off making a movie. She and Buddy go on the computer and learn about MePlace.com.
8 "The Last Ashton Hero" TBA TBA July 29, 2006 (2006-07-29)
Buddy is kidnapped by Tom Cruise, who plans to sacrifice him in a Scientology ritual. A group of Kabbalists rescues Buddy, and Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore take the dogs home. The dogs end up doing stunt work for Bruce Willis, but Cruise comes back for Buddy, starting a clash between the Scientologists and Kabbalists.


MTV and the show received angry responses from the African-American community for "depicting black women squatting on all fours tethered to leashes and defecating on the floor"[1] in an episode depicting Snoop Dogg ("Woofie Loves Snoop").


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