CatDog Season 2

February. 15,1999      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 69 : Back To School
June. 19,2000
Cat missed his last day of school, so he didn't graduate, so he goes back to school to get his Diploma.
Episode 68 : Kooky Prank Day
June. 19,2000
It's the yearly Kooky Prank Day that Cat hates because everyone pulls a prank on him, but this year he has a plan. He will use a fake flying saucer to convince everyone that aliens are attacking.
Episode 67 : CatDogumentary
March. 03,2000
Lola is hired to make a documentary on CatDog and if she screws up, she is in trouble!
Episode 66 : Doo Wop Diggety
March. 03,2000
Winslow makes CatDog and the Greasers a successful band.
Episode 65 : Greasers in the Mist
March. 30,2000
CatDog tries to find out the "pork fat" to defeat the Greasers, and Lola helps them.
Episode 64 : Stunt CatDog
March. 30,2000
CatDog become stuntmen in a Rancid Rabbit film, but Cat is only in it to kiss Taululah.
Episode 63 : Picture This
March. 23,2000
Dog becomes obsessed with photography, and takes pictures of a lot of people, even embarrassing ones.
Episode 62 : Lube in Love
March. 23,2000
Lube is seeking work at a gas station and falls in love with a girl there.
Episode 61 : The Golden Hydrant
March. 23,2000
CatDog find what they think is the 'Golden Hydrant'. They put the Golden Hydrant up for viewing in their own museum. They charge money for people to go see it.
Episode 60 : The Geekers
March. 23,2000
The Greasers make fun of CatDog and their friends and call them the 'Geekers.' CatDog and his friends decide to make their own club: "The Geeker".
Episode 59 : Dog Show
October. 23,2000
Dog enters a Dog show and Cat dresses up as a Dog tail.
Episode 58 : Fire Dog
October. 23,2000
CatDog becomes a fire dog at the fire department.
Episode 57 : Freak Show
March. 16,2000
CatDog joins a freak show to earn some cash.
Episode 56 : Cliff's Little Secret
March. 16,2000
CatDog realizes that Cliff is taking Ballet lessons, and are no longer scared of him.
Episode 55 : The End
March. 09,2000
Nearburg fears it is the end of the world after seeing a cloud shaped like an evil skull.
Episode 54 : A Dog Ate My Homework
March. 09,2000
Cat comes up with a money-making scheme where a Dog eats people's homework.
Episode 53 : Springtime For CatDog
March. 09,2000
Lorraine falls in love with both Cat and Dog, so she has to choose which one she wants.
Episode 52 : Royal Dog
March. 09,2000
CatDog see a picture in a museum that has a striking resemblance to them, and CatDog end up in England reliving the story behind it.
Episode 51 : Cloud Bursting
May. 11,2002
Cat ruins Lola's prize winning machine, and gets in trouble after doing so.
Episode 50 : CatDog 3001
May. 11,2002
Cat goes too far in teasing Winslow, and CatDog ends up in the year 3001.
Episode 49 : CatDog Squared
December. 11,1999
CatDog finds another CatDog, DanStan, or so they think, because they other CatDogs are really frauds and want to sleep in CatDog's house and steal CatDog's trophy.
Episode 48 : Extra! Extra!
December. 11,1999
CatDog become paperboys because all of the others quit when Dog chases them.
Episode 47 : No Thanks for the Memories
October. 16,1999
Dog gets a touch of amnesia after getting hit with an appliance that falls on his head, in which starts up a whole chain of people causing Dog to get amnesia, telling him things about himself that aren't true.
Episode 46 : Shriek on Ice
October. 16,1999
While Cliff and Lube are getting pleasure out of beating up CatDog, Shriek decides that there is more to life and decides to pursue her dream to be an ice skater.
Episode 45 : A Very CatDog Christmas
November. 30,1999
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.
Episode 44 : Talking Turkey
November. 21,1999
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.
Episode 43 : CatDog Catcher
November. 06,1999
Rancid is talking a gold bath and the gold stops coming out, so he tries to make more money by making Dogs have licenses to not go to jail.
Episode 42 : Remain Seated
November. 06,1999
Cat is bored and wants some fun, so CatDog go to the amusement park Mervis and Dunglap work at. Dog is eager to try the biggest and scariest roller coaster, which Cat is too scared to ride.
Episode 41 : CatDogula
October. 26,1999
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.
Episode 40 : Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek
October. 30,1999
Everyone finds out that Shriek is rich.
Episode 39 : Sweet and Lola
October. 30,1999
There is a new bird in town, and her name is Lola. She moves in to the tree next to CatDog's house, because she wants to study them. CatDog get tired of her invading their privacy, so they try to get her to leave.
Episode 38 : Teeth For Two
October. 23,1999
CatDog go into the dentist office for a checkup, and his teeth end up being bad after Dog eating garbage, so Cat and Dog try to ruin each other's teeth by shoving teeth-rotting food down their throat.
Episode 37 : Rodeo CatDog
October. 23,1999
CatDog go into a rodeo show, and end up being famous cowboys! But first, will they survive the killer bull?
Episode 36 : Hotel CatDog
October. 09,1999
Cat tries to make some money by turning their house into a hotel. It all goes wrong when completely different people are right next to each other, driving the guests mad, which drives CatDog crazy.
Episode 35 : Sumo Enchanted Evening
October. 09,1999
CatDog eat a lot of food in Rancid Rabbit's new restaurant, and the bill turns out to be $34,000.00. CatDog end up gaining a lot of weight, so they challenge Rancid Rabbit to a sumo fight.
Episode 34 : It's a Jungle in Here!
July. 28,1999
Sally, Cat's crush from second grade is coming for a visit, so Cat wants the house spotless and clean, but it turns into a jungle, literally.
Episode 33 : Dog Power
July. 28,1999
Cat is late paying the electric bill, so he tries other ways to save electricity.
Episode 32 : Winslow Falls in Love
July. 30,1999
CatDog are tired of Winslow picking on them, so they try to find Winslow a soulmate.
Episode 31 : Let the Games Begin!
July. 30,1999
CatDog gets thrown in jail with the Greasers.
Episode 30 : CatDog Campers
July. 29,1999
Cat and Dog are campers in this episode, and they fight while camping, and end up in a dangerous situation.
Episode 29 : The House of CatDog
July. 29,1999
Rancid Rabbit wants to tear down CatDog's house for a freeway.
Episode 28 : Guess Who's Going to be Dinner!
July. 27,1999
Cat wants to eat Winslow after remembering that it is strange for a cat not to be eating mice.
Episode 27 : Surfin' CatDog
July. 27,1999
Cat is trying to impress girl, even if it means surfing against the Greasers in a contest.
Episode 26 : Shepherd Dog
July. 26,1999
Dog becomes a Sheperd Dog for a lady.
Episode 25 : It's a Wonderful Half Life
July. 26,1999
Cat & Dog dream about being seperated in their dreams and realize they are lucky to have each other.
Episode 24 : Canine Mutiny
February. 19,1999
CatDog and their friends end up in a garbage truck and fall into water where Cat acts like a pirate.
Episode 23 : Climb Every CatDog
February. 19,1999
Cat tries to beat an old school enemy at climbing a mountain.
Episode 22 : Sneezie Dog
February. 26,1999
CatDog are convinced that Dog is allergic to Cat. Trying to make Dog stop sneezing, he risks shaving himself. But that doesn't even work.
Episode 21 : Showdown at Hole 18
February. 26,1999
Cat is trying to win the trophy for goldf that Rancid Rabbit owns, so Rancid tries to do anything in his power to make CatDog lose.
Episode 20 : You're Fired
February. 25,1999
Taululah wants a soulmate, and it turns out that CatDog is a great match for her.
Episode 19 : Winslow's Home Videos
February. 25,1999
Winslow shows embarrassing home videos of CatDog.
Episode 18 : Dem Bones
February. 25,1999
While at a museum, Dog wants to eat the bones of a dinosaur.
Episode 17 : Nine Lives
February. 24,1999
While doing some cleaning in the attic, Dog releases Cat's other eight lives, which run around causing havoc in town, so CatDog have to catch them all.
Episode 16 : Spaced Out
February. 24,1999
Everybody in Nearburg is antispating the new Mean Bob movie coming out, except for Cat, that is.
Episode 15 : Dopes on Slopes
February. 23,1999
Cat tries to teach Dog how to ski, but when Dog jumps off the ski lift, a crazy series of events happen.
Episode 14 : Dog Ate it
February. 23,1999
Cat tries to get Dog to lose weight.
Episode 13 : The Unnatural
February. 23,1999
Cat is very bad at Baseball, so he puts on a Dog mask making the Greasers think Dog is bad, and Cat is good.While Dog is not knowing.
Episode 12 : CatDog Divided
February. 22,1999
CatDog end up getting sawed in half in a magic show by "The Amazing Ray," but when they try to find the magician who did it, they find out he is a fraud and is in jail. So, they go to another magic show to put them back together.
Episode 11 : Fred the Flying Fish
February. 22,1999
Cat tries to disprove a myth about a flying fish.
Episode 10 : Cat Diggety Dog
February. 18,1999
This is a CatDog short where they go onto a stage and sing about how they get along.
Episode 9 : The Cat Club
February. 18,1999
Cat wants to join a Cat Club, so he makes Dog wear a cat suit.
Episode 8 : Adventures in Greaser Sitting
February. 18,1999
Cliff's Neice comes to town for a visit, but Cliff needs a replacement babysitter (Lube was supposed to, but he was unable), so Cliff makes CatDog do it.
Episode 7 : Battle of the Bands
February. 17,1999
CatDog enter a band contest, but their competition includes The Greasers, who, from reading a ripped-up flyer, think it's just a huge battle.
Episode 6 : Hail the Great Meow Woof
February. 17,1999
CatDog accidentally flies away on a kite and crashes into a statue of Rancid Rabbit, and the natives think CatDog is a God.
Episode 5 : Dog the Mighty
February. 16,1999
Dog gets a medal from Rancid Rabbit causing Dog to think he is a Superhero.
Episode 4 : The Lady is a Shriek
February. 16,1999
Everyone in Nearburg is shocked to hear that Shreik is a girl, even the trees!
Episode 3 : Fetch
February. 15,1999
Cat wins a prize and has five minutes to call in and claim his prize, but Winslow throws a ball causing Dog to chase it all over town, while Cat tries to hang on to a phone.
Episode 2 : Fishing For Trouble
February. 15,1999
Cat's hairball wins them a prize at the amusement park, and Dog chooses a fish as a prize.
Episode 1 : Send in the CatDog
February. 15,1999
Dog had a surprise for Cat, and that was to join a Clown School.

Seasons

Season 3
Season 3 2000
Season 2
Season 2 1999
Season 1
Season 1 1998

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