CatDog Season 1

April. 04,1998      TV-Y7
Rating:
6.5
Trailer Synopsis

CatDog is an American animated television series created for Nickelodeon by Peter Hannan. The series depicts the life of conjoined brothers, with one half being a cat and the other a dog. Nickelodeon produced the series from Burbank, California. The first episode aired on April 4, 1998, before the show officially premiered in October. The episode "Fetch" was also shown in theaters with The Rugrats Movie. Toward the end of the series run, a made-for-TV film was released, titled CatDog: The Great Parent Mystery. Reruns were played on Nicktoons until 2011 and later aired on TeenNick as part of The '90s Are All That block. The series is produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Peter Hannan Productions and has been released on DVD.

Episode 40 : Trespassing
October. 29,1998
Dog smells his favorite fire hydrant and notices another Dog has been there, so he waits for the trespasser to come to the fire hydrant.
Episode 39 : All About Cat
October. 29,1998
Cat tried to be the part of Abraham Lincoln in a play, but Dog gets accepted for the part.
Episode 38 : CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore
October. 28,1998
Winslow missed CatDog after he thinks they moved away, except they are really on vacation.
Episode 37 : Smarter than the Average Dog
October. 28,1998
Cat is tired of Dog being so un-intelligent, so he makes Dog study & watch video tapes, so Dog sucks all of Cats smartness out of him, and in return Cat gets Dog's stupidity.
Episode 36 : Dog's Strange Condition
October. 27,1998
Dog gets trees growing on top of his head after eating Pecan Pie.
Episode 35 : Just Say CatDog Sent Ya
October. 27,1998
All of Nearburg's Dogs love ""Farburg Burger Bones"", but they get banned from Nearburg because Fargburg makes all of the money, so Cat gets a plan to sell bones for over 5x the price to become rich.
Episode 34 : New Leash on Life
October. 26,1998
Cat tells a lie to Dog saying that there is a law where all Dogs have to wear leashes.
Episode 33 : Home is Where the Dirt is
October. 26,1998
Dog gets angry with the Gorhper when he thinks his is meddling in his Bone Cellar.
Episode 32 : Curiosity Almost Killed The Cat
October. 23,1998
Cat reads Dog's journal, and Winslow catches a snapshot of him doing so.
Episode 31 : Neferkitty
October. 23,1998
Cat reads a story to Dog about how Egyptians worshiped Cats.
Episode 30 : Dead Weight
October. 22,1998
Cat tries to impress two ladies on a TV show, ""Really Incredible People"".
Episode 29 : New Neighbors
October. 22,1998
Dog is frightened after reading a comic book about aliens invading, and he thinks the new next door neighboors, which turn out to be ""Grannies"", are aliens.
Episode 28 : CatDogPig
October. 21,1998
Winslow tries to have CatDog have one more side to vote on what they should do for fun, etc., so a pig, horse, bird, and other animals live on CatDog.
Episode 27 : Nightmare
October. 20,1998
CatDog and Winslow watch a horrow movie with ""Toothpick Head"", and become scared Tootpick Head is in their house.
Episode 26 : Dog Come Home!
October. 20,1998
Dog moves out after a bet with Cat, saying that Dog cannot last a day alone without him.
Episode 25 : Safety Dog
October. 20,1998
Cat tells Dog to become more Saftey Concious, because Dog only has one life, while Cat his nine, so Dog becomes very safe.Almost too safe, so Dog does not want to leave anywhere, and that prevents Cat from leaving too.
Episode 24 : Siege On Fort CatDog
April. 11,1998
CatDog are fed up with getting hurt by the Greasers, so they try to find out how to fight back.
Episode 23 : CatDog's End
April. 11,1998
Cat wants to be alone, and wants a new butt instead of having Dog attached on him.
Episode 22 : War of the CatDog
October. 16,1998
It's CatDog's family reunion, and they fight over a trophy.
Episode 21 : Full Moon Fever
October. 16,1998
It's the Full-Moon, again, bringing out Dog's wolf-like instincts.
Episode 20 : The Collector
October. 15,1998
Cat collects every ""Mean Bob"" toy even if it means selling everything they own, while Dog plays with his one Mean Bob.
Episode 19 : Escape From the Deep End
October. 15,1998
Dog Breaks a rule of 'No Cannonballs' at the local pool. They are then forced to stay there as prisoners. Dog keeps breaking the rules, so he gets putin the 'Hot-Box.' At this point, Dog obbays the rules, and Cat trys to bust out. Cat convinces Dog that Rancid is crazy, and they break out.
Episode 18 : Brother's Day
October. 14,1998
It is almost Brother's Day in Nearburg. Everyone is getting ready for it, except CatDog. Dog has gone out and bought a mud wrestling ting, and Cat... well he's just greedy. So when it comes down to it... Cat sells his lufa (a cats most prized possestion) to get money. Dog sells his Mud Wrestling stuff. They both bought eachother Wrestling masks, and the episode ends with the two of them attacking Winslow.
Episode 17 : Squirrel Dog
October. 14,1998
The Greasers plan another attack on Catdog, when Eddie the Squirrel messes them up. It turns out that Cliff has been glued to Eddie. He's then fired from the Greasers, and they go to CatDog for help. They graduate from CatDog's 'Freak' School. When Cliff realizes that Eddie's only on his Jacket, he beats up CatDog, and Eddie.
Episode 16 : Dummy Dummy
October. 13,1998
CatDog go to the store, and Dog buys ""Little Cat."" Dog pays more attention to Little Cat, and Cat trys not to mind. But when he relizes he is not wanted, he leaves, and trys to hitch hike a ride somewhere. Dog relizes how dumb Little Cat is, and makes up with Cat.
Episode 15 : Pumped
October. 13,1998
Cat is tired of the Greasers beating him up. So, when he sees an add in a magizine for drinks that will pumpyou up, he buys them. He dosn't like the taste, but Dog loves it. So he gets Dog pumped up, and he relizes at the last minute that Dog has snapped. He tries to get more than revenge on the Greasers, and Cat tells him 'You're not really like this.
Episode 14 : Fistful of Mail!
December. 10,1998
Dog meets up with a paperboy faster than him. This agravates him, and he trys everyday to get faster. When he realizes that he won't ever be, the former mailmen make a disgrase of him. Then...he relizes that the mailman is a person who has been faster since childhood, and he goes faster than him.
Episode 13 : Armed and Dangerous
December. 10,1998
Cat is nervous because his Swedish Pen Pal Ingrid is in town.
Episode 12 : Mush, Dog, Mush!
September. 10,1998
Cat enters Dog in a sledding contest to win big money. He trains Dog in a winter version of their house. Whjen the race comes around, Dog races half way through it, and gets hypothermia. Cat feels bad and does the rest of the race himself, just for the Greasers to win.
Episode 11 : Party Animal
September. 10,1998
Cat invites people to his party, except for Winslow, that is, so Winslow throws his own party, which turns out to be more fun than Cat's party. So, Cat keps Mervus and Dunglap Tied up, and forces them to have fun. Then, when Dog joins the party, and Mrevis, with Dunglap escape, Cat enters the party, and everyone leaves.
Episode 10 : The Pet
August. 10,1998
The Pet-CatDog find a hurt Roach in the dump, and Dog wants to keep the Roach as a pet. Cat trys to get rid of until he's fed up with 'Roachy' the roach, and purchases a machine to annihilate it. When the Roach saves Cat's life, he realizes how wrong he was to stereo-type it.
Episode 9 : Diamond Fever
August. 10,1998
CatDog become greedy when the realize a Gopher has a lot of diamonds underground. Eventually, the rich makes them greedy, and forget that there brothers. At the end our hero's find out that the diamonds were really just rock candy.
Episode 8 : WorkForce
July. 10,1998
CatDog work in Rancid's factory for ""Kravity Crunch"" cereal. Dog works harder than anyone else, and gets promoted to Prize-Stuffer. Cat, and the others at the factory are mistreated. But when Dog is promoted to #1 prize stuffer, the workers revolt, and Cat and Dog reunuite just to become a prize.
Episode 7 : Shriek Loves Dog
October. 07,1998
Cat tries to get Shriek and Dog married so the Greasers will stop pounding him. Then, he dreams about there life together, and sees how bad it would be. When he wakes up, the beginning of his dream comes into play, he makes Dog say bad things about her. The catch? Dog says that the insults were from Cat.
Episode 6 : All You Need is Lube
June. 10,1998
Cat saves Lube's life from a tick, so Lube promises to serve Cat always. But when he starts to keep Dog away, Cat realizes that he needs to rid himself of Lube. So, Cat and the Greasers make a plan where The Greasers pound Cat.
Episode 5 : The Island
October. 06,1998
CatDog try to go on a vacation, but they nd up in the middle of a giant traffic jam that never stops. After they make the best of it, they turn on each other when they need food. Eventually, they make peace and try to get out. They end up on a bulletin board, and think they're on an island.
Episode 4 : CatDog Food
March. 11,1998
CatDog become famious stars with ""CatDog Food"". But after the fame gos to Cat's head, he gets cocky, and insults Dog. He even gains a bunch of weight. It isn't until He makes fun of Rancid Rabbit, and ruins the deal that he relizes that he has made a change for the worst.
Episode 3 : Flea or Die!
October. 05,1998
CatDog get fleas, so they have to wear an unfashonable belt. Dog refuses to wear the belt. When he does, the fleas inhabbit Cat, so they fight over the belt. When the belt becomes useless, they find the fleas a new home.
Episode 2 : Fan Mail
April. 04,1998
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.
Episode 2 : All You Can't Eat
April. 04,1998
CatDog want to eat at a taco restaurant, but Rancid Rabbit bans them from entering. They try sneaking in numerous ways, but are caught every time. Eventually, Dunglap takes control of Taco Depot, and lets CatDog eat there whenever they want.
Episode 1 : Dog Gone
April. 04,1998
Cat decides he wants some quiet time to himself, so Dog puts on "the suit" and Cat finds out just how much he really misses Dog. He tries his hardest to read, write, or eat, but he feels so guilty that he makes Dog come out.

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Season 3
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Season 2 1999
Season 1
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